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Info
titleCall Announcement

Response The proposal has been submitted to NASA: 

  • NOI Number: N6-PDSRFI15-0021
  • Submission Date: 
 

NASA is preparing to work with the planetary science community to 
develop a Roadmap for its Planetary Data Services - the data and sample 
management architecture that supports the robotic exploration of the 
Solar System - particularly, the Planetary Data System (PDS). This 
Roadmap will address actions for the years 2017-2026. NASA is seeking 
input from the planetary and data science communities in the form of a 
Request For Information (RFI) designated NNH15ZDA012L that has been 
posted on NSPIRES:

http://nspires.nasaprs.com/

Select Open Solicitations, then search on NNH15ZDA012L.

NASA especially seeks input on the following topics [edited]:

  • What tools, resources, workflows, tutorials, and interfaces
  • Making the archiving process seamless, less costly and more efficient
  • The role of PDS relative to other archiving alternatives (e.g., journals), in providing the public access to NASA-generated data
  • Integration of PDS data products and
    • Mon Jan 25 19:26:19 EST 2016

    Documents submitted

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    Info
    titleCall Announcement

    Response Date:  

    NASA is preparing to work with the planetary science community to 
    develop a Roadmap for its Planetary Data Services - the data and sample 
    management architecture that supports the robotic exploration of the 
    Solar System - particularly, the Planetary Data System (PDS). This 
    Roadmap will address actions for the years 2017-2026. NASA is seeking 
    input from the planetary and data science communities in the form of a 
    Request For Information (RFI) designated NNH15ZDA012L that has been 
    posted on NSPIRES:

    http://nspires.nasaprs.com/

    Select Open Solicitations, then search on NNH15ZDA012L.


    NASA especially seeks input on the following topics [edited]:

    1. What tools, resources, workflows, tutorials, and interfaces
    2. Making the archiving process seamless, less costly and more efficient
    3. The role of PDS relative to other archiving alternatives (e.g., journals), in providing the public access to NASA-generated data
    4. Integration of PDS data products and USGS, MPC, other products
    5. The role should the PDS play in encouraging the development of higher-order data products
    6. Identifiable improvements to the current search capabilities of the PDS

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    ...

    Together with higher-order data products, supporting data-products should also be considered, in particular, modeling run results. When the simulated data products is comparable to a observational data product, archiving should be rather straightforward. However, for propagation or transmission analysis, which are closer to a calibration than to an observation, archiving is probably more tricky. This should be assessed, and could end up with a "Planetary-CCMC" project. The European IMPEx project has studied the distribution of Simulation Runs, in the scope of Planetary Plasmas. The IMPEx model and infrastructure can be easily extended to any multidimensional modeling of a medium (atmospheres, interiors...). We plan to study this during the VESPA project.  

    NSPIRES Submission

    The response will be submitted on the NSPIRES website, as a NOI (Notification of Intent). Baptiste Cecconi will submit for VESPA.

    The submission material must be a pdf file (5 pages maximum), with a submission title. There can be several submissions from the same team, addressing various aspects/projects. 

    The proposal has been submitted to NASA: 

    • NOI Number: N6-PDSRFI15-0021
    • Submission Date: Mon Jan 25 19:26:19 EST 2016

    Documents submitted

    View file
    nameCecconi-Baptiste-RFI.docx
    height250
    View filenameCecconi-Baptiste-RFI.pdfheight250and could end up with a "Planetary-CCMC" project. The European IMPEx project has studied the distribution of Simulation Runs, in the scope of Planetary Plasmas. The IMPEx model and infrastructure can be easily extended to any multidimensional modeling of a medium (atmospheres, interiors...). We plan to study this during the VESPA project.  

    ...

    NSPIRES Submission

    The response will be submitted on the NSPIRES website, as a NOI (Notification of Intent). Baptiste Cecconi will submit for VESPA.

    The submission material must be a pdf file (5 pages maximum), with a submission title. There can be several submissions from the same team, addressing various aspects/projects.