Solar Terrestrial

Status
Posted
Published Date
March 13th, 2015
Opportunity No.
PD-98-1523

Agency

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Eligible Applicants

Unrestricted

Funding Category

Science and Technology and other Research and Development

Funding Instrument

Grant

Opportunity Category

Discretionary

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement

Yes

Summary

The National Science Foundation is offering a grant for research on the processes by which energy from the Sun is generated, transported to the Earth, and deposited in the terrestrial environment. This grant supports studies on various topics including space weather impacts, helioseismology, solar flares, solar wind heating, and interactions with cosmic rays. The grant does not require cost sharing or matching and is open to all applicants. For more information, visit the NSF Program Description PD-98-1523 at http://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=12741. Proposals for this grant are accepted anytime.

Description

Supports research on the processes by which energy in diverse forms is generated by the Sun, transported to the Earth, and ultimately deposited in the terrestrial environment. Major topics include space weather impacts, helioseismology, the solar dynamo, the solar activity cycle, magnetic flux emergence, solar flares and eruptive activity, coronal mass ejections, solar wind heating, solar energetic particles, interactions with cosmic rays, and solar wind/magnetosphere boundary problems.

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