Science Mission Directorate
Update
Presentation to National Council of NASA Space Grant Directors
Ming-Ying Wei, SMD Education and Public Outreach Lead
2 March 2007
SMD Programs
Science Mission
Directorate
*
Division
Program
Planetary Science
Division
Earth Science
Division
Astrophysics
Division
New Frontiers
Earth System
Science Pathfinder
Hubble Space
Telescope
Living with a Star
Mars Exploration
Earth Systematic
Missions
Navigator
Solar Terrestrial
Probes
Applied Sciences
James Webb
Space Telescope
New Millennium
Earth Science
Research
SOFIA
Explorers
ESS Multimission Ops
GLAST
Deep Space
Mission Systems
Other Agency
Support Programs
ISSC: Herschel/Planck
Discovery
Solar System
Research
Cassini
Universe Research
Heliophysics
Division
Ground Network
Heliophysics Research
Beyond Einstein
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SMD Organization
Associate Administrator (AA) (M. Cleave)
Deputy AA (C. Hartman)
Deputy AA
for Programs
(M. Luther)
Chief Scientist
(P. Hertz)
Management &
Policy Division
Dir. (R. Maizel)
Heliophysics
Division
Dir. (R. Fisher)
Deputy (C. Gay)
Deputy AA
for Technology
(G. Komar)
Chief Engineer
(K. Ledbetter)
Earth Science
Division
Dir. (M. Freilich)
Deputy (B. Cramer)
Planetary Science
Division
Dir. (J. Green)
Deputy (J. Adams)
Budget (C. Tupper)
Research (J. Kaye)
Policy (M. Allen - Act)
Flight (T. Hammer - Act)
Administration (D. Woods)
Applied Sciences
(T. Fryberger)
Astrophysics
Division
Dir. (R. Howard-Act)
Deputy (Vacant)
Mars Program
(D. McCuistion)
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SMD Status
• 1st NRC Decadal Survey for Earth Science released
• Availability of small/medium class launch vehicles
• Science Plan is in review cycle for release. Will be delivered to
Congress soon, and made public at:
http://science.hq.nasa.gov/strategy/index.html
• Mars Scout selection for Phase-A studies:
– Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN)
– The Great Escape
• Discovery selections for Phase-A studies:
– Three Full Missions (GRAIL, OSIRIS, Vesper)
– Three Missions of Opportunity (DIXI, EPOCh, Stardust-NExT)
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SMD Recent Significant Accomplishments
Earth Science
• Net Loss of Ice Mass from Greenland
quantified (GRACE)
• Subglacial lakes and hydraulic
systems under Antarctic ice sheets
observed (IceSat, MODIS)
• Robust, global, inverse relationship
between sea-surface temperature
and primary productivity documented
(SeaWiFS)
Planetary Science
•
•
•
•
•
MRO enters primary science phase
MGS discovers new water gullies
Mars Scout selections
Discovery selections
Cassini reveals new rings. Outer E-ring
created by Enceladus geysers
• Great coverage in media
– Cassini in National Geographic
– MER in Car & Driver
Heliophysics
Astrophysics
• Hinode (SOLAR-B)
• Hubble scientists created first threedimensional map of dark matter
distribution in the universe
• Chandra revealed evidence of a light
echo from Milky Way’s supermassive
black hole, Sagittarius A*
• Spitzer reveals supernova explosion
may topple the ”Pillars of Creation”
• JWST reached critical milestone when 9
5
of 10 technologies reached TRL6
• Three instruments with advanced
capability in Vis, EUV, and X-ray
wavelengths.
• STEREO
– 16 instruments on 2 s/c operating
nominally
– Solar orbits for A and B s/c achieved
– Transition to Operations, 01/23/07
• THEMIS to launch February 15
• AIM to launch April
NASA Science Mission Launches (CY06-CY14)
As of 1/31/07
NASA Mission
on US ELV
Joint NASA - International
Partner Mission
DoD Mission with
Substantial NASA
Contribution
International Mission
with Substantial NASA
Contribution
Reimbursable
for NOAA
Kepler
= Successfully launched to date
* = First science flight
IBEX
SDO
 New Horizons
OCO
 ST-5
Glory
 STEREO
THEMIS
HST SM-4
NPP
 Cloudsat
AIM
OSTM
MSL
MMS
 CALIPSO
Phoenix
GOES-P
WISE
MSO
 GOES-N
GLAST
CINDI
ST-8
RBSP
Discovery 13
GPM Const
 ST-6
Dawn
Chandrayaan 1
Aquarius
Juno
MIDEX-7
ESSP-7
 TWINS-A
GOES-O
Herschel
NOAA-N’
LDCM
GPM Core
New Frontiers 3
 Hinode
TWINS-B
Planck
ST-7
SOFIA*
Mars Scout 2
Discovery 12
JWST
SMEX-12
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2006
2014
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SMD AOs and CANs
NAME OF SOLICITATION
DISCOVERY 2006 AO
RELEASE DATE
PROPOSAL
DUE DATE
TARGET
SELECTION
DATE
01/03/06
04/05/06
Oct 2006
08/01/06
Jan 2007
 Three full missions and three missions of opportunity selected for Phase A studies.
MARS SCOUT 2006 AO
05/01/06
 Two full missions selected for Phase A studies. One ExoMars Co-I selected. Two proposals selected for technology
development.
SMD Division Education and Public Outreach Support
Groups CAN
Early 2007
Explorer AO: MIDEX
Late 2007 or 2008
Mars Science Orbiter Instruments AO
Late 2007 or 2008
Discovery AO
2008 *
New Frontiers AO
NET 2008
Earth System Science Pathfinder AO
NET 2008
Explorer AO: SMEX
* Depends on how many Discovery 2006
downselections
Apprx 2010
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Revised 1/31/07
SMD NRAs - ROSES
SMD receives over 4000 research proposals each year
Approximately 1000 proposals are selected for new awards each
year
Over $175M is available for funding for new research awards each
year.
NAME OF SOLICITATION
NRA: RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN SPACE
AND EARTH SCIENCES - 2006 (ROSES-2006)
PROPOSA
L DUE
DATE
TARGET
SELECTIO
N DATE
01/23/06
04/14/06
thru
04/13/07
Goal: 150 d
after
Proposal
Due Date
02/16/07
05/01/07
thru
04/30/08
Typically
150 to 220
d after the
Proposal
Due Date
RELEASE
DATE
Amendments 1 -25
47 Proposal due dates have passed (as of 2/16/07)
5 Proposal due dates upcoming
NRA: RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN SPACE
AND EARTH SCIENCES - 2007 (ROSES-2007)
No Amendments (as of 2/16/07)
0 Proposal due dates have passed
54 Proposal due dates upcoming (+ 5 TBD)
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Status of FY2007 Budget
H.J. Res. 20 Passed by the House on January 31
Placed on the Senate Legislative Calendar February 1
• Action may not occur until week of Feb. 12
Key Features
• Funds NASA at the FY2006 level, subject to a .28% acrossthe-board rescission
• Provides $5,251,200,000 for Science
• Final amount available to SMD currently under review
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FY2008 NASA Budget ($M)
FY2006
* FY2007
FY2008
FY2009
FY2010
FY2011
FY2012
$ 1 6 ,6 5 8 .0
$ 1 6 ,7 9 2 .3
$ 1 7 ,3 0 9 .4
$ 1 7 ,6 1 4 .2
$ 1 8 ,0 2 6 .3
$ 1 8 ,4 6 0 .4
$ 1 8 ,9 0 5 .0
S c ie n c e
$ 5 ,2 4 4 .6
$ 5 ,4 6 6 .8
$ 5 ,5 1 6 .1
$ 5 ,5 5 5 .3
$ 5 ,6 0 0 .6
$ 5 ,6 5 6 .9
$ 5 ,8 0 2 .7
P la n e ta ry S c ie n c e
$ 1 ,2 9 8 .9
$ 1 ,4 1 1 .2
$ 1 ,3 9 5 .8
$ 1 ,6 7 6 .9
$ 1 ,7 2 0 .3
$ 1 ,7 3 8 .3
$ 1 ,7 4 8 .2
H e lio p h ys ic s
$ 1 ,0 6 7 .3
$ 1 ,0 2 8 .1
$ 1 ,0 5 7 .2
$ 1 ,0 2 8 .4
$ 1 ,0 9 1 .3
$ 1 ,2 4 1 .2
$ 1 ,3 0 7 .5
As tro p h ys ic s
$ 1 ,5 5 2 .8
$ 1 ,5 6 3 .0
$ 1 ,5 6 5 .8
$ 1 ,3 0 4 .2
$ 1 ,2 6 8 .9
$ 1 ,2 6 6 .2
$ 1 ,3 9 3 .8
E a rth S c ie n c e
$ 1 ,3 2 5 .6
$ 1 ,4 6 4 .5
$ 1 ,4 9 7 .3
$ 1 ,5 4 5 .8
$ 1 ,5 2 0 .1
$ 1 ,4 1 1 .2
$ 1 ,3 5 3 .2
E x p lo ra tio n S ys te m s
$ 3 ,0 5 0 .1
$ 4 ,1 5 2 .5
$ 3 ,9 2 3 .8
$ 4 ,3 1 2 .8
$ 4 ,7 5 7 .8
$ 8 ,7 2 5 .2
$ 9 ,0 7 6 .8
C o n s te lla tio n S ys te m s
$ 1 ,7 3 3 .5
$ 3 ,2 3 2 .5
$ 3 ,0 6 8 .0
$ 3 ,4 5 1 .2
$ 3 ,7 8 4 .9
$ 7 ,6 6 6 .0
$ 7 ,9 9 3 .0
Ad v a n c e d C a p a b ilitie s
$ 1 ,3 1 6 .6
$ 9 2 0 .0
$ 8 5 5 .8
$ 8 6 1 .6
$ 9 7 3 .0
$ 1 ,0 5 9 .1
$ 1 ,0 8 3 .9
Ae ro n a u tic s R e s e a rc h
$ 8 9 3 .2
$ 5 2 9 .3
$ 5 5 4 .0
$ 5 4 6 .7
$ 5 4 5 .3
$ 5 4 9 .8
$ 5 5 4 .7
S p a c e O p e ra tio n s
$ 6 ,9 0 4 .7
$ 6 ,1 0 8 .3
$ 6 ,7 9 1 .7
$ 6 ,7 1 0 .3
$ 6 ,6 2 5 .7
$ 3 ,0 3 6 .6
$ 2 ,9 7 8 .0
S p a c e S h u ttle
$ 4 ,8 1 2 .5
$ 4 ,0 1 7 .6
$ 4 ,0 0 7 .5
$ 3 ,6 5 0 .9
$ 3 ,6 3 4 .4
$ 1 1 6 .2
$ 0 .0
In te rn a tio n a l S p a c e S ta tio n
$ 1 ,7 5 3 .4
$ 1 ,7 6 2 .6
$ 2 ,2 3 8 .6
$ 2 ,5 1 5 .1
$ 2 ,6 0 9 .2
$ 2 ,5 4 7 .5
$ 2 ,6 0 0 .8
$ 3 3 8 .8
$ 3 2 8 .1
$ 5 4 5 .7
$ 5 4 4 .3
$ 3 8 2 .0
$ 3 7 2 .9
$ 3 7 7 .2
$ 3 2 .0
$ 3 3 .5
$ 3 4 .6
$ 3 5 .5
$ 3 6 .4
$ 3 7 .3
$ 3 8 .3
C ro s s -Ag e n c y S u p p o rt P ro g ra m s
$ 5 3 3 .4
$ 5 0 2 .0
$ 4 8 9 .2
$ 4 5 3 .5
$ 4 6 0 .4
$ 4 5 4 .7
$ 4 5 4 .4
E d u c a tio n T h e m e
$ 1 6 2 .4
$ 1 6 7 .4
$ 1 5 3 .7
$ 1 5 2 .8
$ 1 5 2 .7
$ 1 4 9 .8
$ 1 4 9 .6
Ad v a n c e d B u s in e s s S ys te m s (IE M P )
$ 1 5 6 .3
$ 9 7 .4
$ 1 0 3 .1
$ 6 9 .4
$ 7 1 .6
$ 6 7 .6
$ 6 7 .5
In n o v a tiv e P a rtn e rs h ip s P ro g ra m
$ 2 1 4 .8
$ 2 1 5 .1
$ 1 9 8 .1
$ 1 9 7 .2
$ 1 9 9 .8
$ 2 0 0 .0
$ 2 0 0 .0
$ 0 .0
$ 2 2 .1
$ 3 4 .3
$ 3 4 .2
$ 3 6 .2
$ 3 7 .3
$ 3 7 .2
T o ta l N AS A
S p a c e a n d F lig h t S u p p o rt (S F S )
In s p e c to r G e n e ra l
S h a re d C a p a b ility As s e ts P ro g ra m
* F Y 2 0 0 7 is P re s id e n t's B u d g e t, a d ju s te d fo r F u ll C o s t S im p lific a tio n . D o e s n o t re fle c t fu ll-ye a r C R o r c u rre n t p la n n in g .
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FY06 vs. FY07 Budget* Comparison
20
18
NASA 07 Budget /
Runout
Real Year Dollars in Billions
16
14
NASA 06 Budget / Runout
12
10
SMD 06 Budget / Runout (excluding Lunar)
8
6
4
2
SMD 07 Budget / Runout
0
FY 05
FY 06
FY 07
FY 08
FY 09
FY 10
FY 11
*FY08 Budget is essentially unchanged from FY07 runout (after accounting for Full Cost Simplification)
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SMD Education & Public Outreach
Associate Administrator (AA) (M. Cleave)
Deputy AA (C. Hartman)
Deputy AA
for Programs
(M. Luther)
Ming-Ying Wei
Larry Cooper
Doris Daou
Management &
Policy Division
Dir. (R. Maizel)
Chief Scientist
(P. Hertz)
Heliophysics
Division
Dir. (R. Fisher)
Deputy (C. Gay)
Deputy AA
for Technology
(G. Komar)
Chief Engineer
(K. Ledbetter)
Earth Science
Division
Dir. (M. Freilich)
Deputy (B. Cramer)
Planetary Science
Division
Dir. (J. Green)
Deputy (J. Adams)
Budget (C. Tupper)
Research (J. Kaye)
Policy (M. Allen - Act)
Flight (T. Hammer - Act)
Administration (D. Woods)
Applied Sciences
(T. Fryberger)
Ruth Netting
Eric Christian
EPO Central
- Lead on inter-Divisional
Division Rep.
- Lead on Division-specific
Astrophysics
Division
Dir. (R. Howard-Act)
Deputy (Vacant)
Mars Program
(D. McCuistion)
Wei (acting)
Marilyn Lindstrom
Liz Burck (Einstein Fellow)
Hashima Hasan
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SMD/EPO Programmatic Highlights
• NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship Program
• SMD/EPO Program Element E.6 in ROSES 2006
• Student Collaboration Program Definition Team
– Open call through a Dear Colleague letter
– Finite duration ending with the submission of a final report
• International “Science” Years
– Polar (IPY)
http://www.us-ipy.gov/
http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/IPY/
http://passporttoknowledge.com/polar-palooza/
– Heliophysical (IHY)
http://ihy2007.org/
– Electronic Geophysical Year (eGY)
http://www.egy.org/
– Astronomy (IYA) http://www.astronomy2009.org/
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2006 Word of the Year
American Dialect Society
Winner (57)
To pluto/be plutoed: to demote or devalue someone or
something, as happened to the former planet Pluto
when the General Assembly of IAU decided Pluto no
longer met its definition of a planet
Runner-up (43)
Climate canary: an organism or species whose poor
health or declining numbers hint at a larger
environmental catastrophe on the horizon
http://www.americandialect.org/
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