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Should I submit a proposal for my incomplete project from previous Cycles?
Posted by Sarah Wood, Last modified by Sarah Wood on 19 March 2018 05:38 PM

Proposal teams that submit a proposal to observe some or all science goals of a currently active but unfinished B- or C-grade project should identify their new proposal as a "Resubmission" by entering the proposal code in the Resubmission field in the OT. For such resubmissions, the relevant portion of the new proposal will be cancelled or descoped if the observations are successfully completed by the end of the current cycle. The Scientific Justification in the new proposal should clearly indicate which science goals are resubmissions. A scientific justification must be provided if the proposers deem observations in the next cycle necessary even if the observations are completed in the current cycle; the APRC will decide if such resubmissions are accepted.

Note: An A-grade project in the current cycle will be carried over to the next cycle if not completed. Such projects should not be resubmitted to the next cycle.

Related documents:

  • Proposer's Guide, Sections "Resubmission of an Unfinished Proposal" and "Proposal Selection"
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