NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, Washington, selected Earth and Space Research and the University of Washington, both of Seattle, for grants to support Earth-Sun System science goals and remote sensing programs. The maximum Earth and Space grant value is $867,142; and for Washington, $1,839,523.

NASA solicited proposals for a new Ocean Vector Winds Science Team to support the analysis and interpretation of ocean vector winds and other applications derived from Earth-observing satellite missions carrying scatterometers and polarimetric radiometers.

The research also supports the Vision for Space Exploration, NASA’s long- term plan to return astronauts to the moon and extend exploration to Mars and beyond.

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