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  • initialism US Initialism of Radiation Belt Storm Probes. (A spacecraft for NASAs LWS program.)

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  • RBSP is ~$700M and the new Solar Probe is well over a $1 Billion.

    Griffin to be at University of Alabama in Huntsville? - NASA Watch

  • Well, you're right, $520 million to U. Az for Mars Phoenix and $580M to Johns Hopkins for RBSP is an order of magnitude less money than the biggest NASA contracts and two orders of magnitude less than the biggest DoD contracts.

    Space Enterprise Council - Gone? - NASA Watch

  • AOs are issued by NASA to solicit proposals for complete PI-led missions (like Explorer, Discovery, Mars Scout, etc.), for smaller PI-led missions of opportunity, and for instruments for NASA's strategic missions (like recent AOs for RBSP, MMS, MSL, JWST, etc.).

    Simplifying AOs - NASA Watch

  • AOs are issued by NASA to solicit proposals for complete PI-led missions (like Explorer, Discovery, Mars Scout, etc.), for smaller PI-led missions of opportunity, and for instruments for NASA's strategic missions (like recent AOs for RBSP, MMS, MSL, JWST, etc.).

    NASA Watch: December 2007 Archives

  • AOs are issued by NASA to solicit proposals for complete PI-led missions (like Explorer, Discovery, Mars Scout, etc.), for smaller PI-led missions of opportunity, and for instruments for NASA's strategic missions (like recent AOs for RBSP, MMS, MSL, JWST, etc.)

    NASA Watch: Space Science News: December 2007 Archives

  • AOs are issued by NASA to solicit proposals for complete PI-led missions (like Explorer, Discovery, Mars Scout, etc.), for smaller PI-led missions of opportunity, and for instruments for NASA's strategic missions (like recent AOs for RBSP, MMS, MSL, JWST, etc.)

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: December 2007 Archives

  • "The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) intends to release an Announcement of Opportunity (AO) for Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP) Investigations in June 2005."

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: March 2005 Archives

  • RBSP is part of NASA's Living With a Star Program.

    Aero-News Network

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