Job 33:14-18 Indeed God speaks once, Or twice, yet no one notices it. 15 In a dream, a vision of the night, When sound sleep falls on men, While they slumber in their beds, 16 Then He opens the ears of men, And seals their instruction, 17 That He may turn man aside from his conduct, And keep man from pride; 18 He keeps back his soul from the pit, And his life from passing over into Sheol.
Mars Crystal planetary monument public art sculpture is a memorial celebration of humanity’s monumental achievement, and quantum leap forward in evolution, transplanting a germ of human life onto another planetary body, to become an extraterrestrial species.
Nehemiah 8:10 Then he said to them, “Go, eat of the fat, drink of the sweet, and send portions to him who has nothing prepared; for this day is holy to our Lord. Do not be grieved, for the joy of the LORD is your strength.”
The DTM can instantly tell researchers the slope of hillsides or the height of cliffs, the altitude and slope of lava flows or desert plains. “This data is essential for understanding how water or lava flowed across Mars,” says Neukum.
The Mars Express-HRSC DTMs are available to the science community at large through the archives at the Planetary Science Archive (http://www.rssd.esa.int/PSA) at ESA and the Planetary Data System (http://pds-geosciences.wustl.edu/missions/mars_express/hrsc.htm) at NASA. A joint website of FU Berlin and DLR provides the capability to the general public to visualise the data online (http://hrscview.fu-berlin.de).
Thank you for recent interest in working with CASIS and the ISS National Laboratory. The CASIS team is truly excited about the growing community of researchers who recognize the ISS National Laboratory as an innovative platform to further their research efforts. We wanted to inform you of a timely matter where your response is requested.
As a non-profit entity that receives resources from the Federal Government, CASIS is in the process of working with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) in support of a review of the research aboard the ISS National Laboratory and our cooperative agreement with NASA. The GAO has requested information pertaining to contact information on certain proposals received to assist with their understanding of our mission and processes.
Your project entitled “Test Galileo’s hypothesis and develop remote sensing transmission equipment” was selected and the GAO will be making contact with you. Your participation in this survey/interview is important in order to ensure that the results of the GAO review are useful and accurate. As the confidentiality of the research community is of utmost importance to CASIS, the GAO has assured CASIS that your name/company name will be kept confidential and will not be released outside of the GAO, unless compelled by law or requested by the Congress.
CASIS is appreciative of any effort that you may expend in support of this activity, as the accuracy and context of your feedback will be important to the continued efforts of the ISS National Laboratory. If you have any questions regarding this topic, please contact the undersigned
The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Inc. (CASIS) would like to thank you for the
Step-1 proposal entitled “ISS Falling Bodies Gravity Test (IFBGT)” submitted in response to CASIS RFP 2014-2, “Enabling Technology To Support Science in Space For Life On Earth“.
The proposal has undergone preliminary operational, scientific, and economic evaluation. While CASIS found the proposed experiment to be interesting, unfortunately, based on the preliminary review, CASIS found the proposed project was not responsive to the RFP as it did not demonstrate an Earth benefit for ISS National Laboratory research; therefore, is unable to invite you to submit a full Step-2 Proposal at this time.
CASIS would like to once again thank you for submitting the proposal and invites applicants to resubmit at a later date once the areas defined above have been addressed.
CASIS wishes you continued success in your research.
The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space, Inc. (CASIS) would like to thank you for the proposal entitled “ISS Falling Bodies Gravity Test (IFBGT)” submitted in response to CASIS RFP 2013-3, “Remote Sensing from the International Space Station”.
The proposal has undergone operational review for technical feasibility and readiness for flight, and based on that review, the proposal will not undergo full review or be considered for award at this time. While CASIS found the proposed experiment to be interesting, unfortunately, the proposal did not pass the CASIS operations review for the following reasons:
• CASIS was not able to complete a comprehensive assessment of the proposed study as the submission did not include a detailed budget or project timeline.
2. • The reviewers felt it would not be feasible to base the proposed experiments success on the ability to sync three very different facilities for simultaneous on-orbit operations (WORF, ISERV and cubesat deployer).
CASIS would like to once again thank you for submitting the proposal and invites applicants to resubmit at a later date through the CASIS unsolicited proposal submission process once the areas defined above have been addressed.
CASIS wishes you continued success in your research.