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Hubble Space Telescope Call for Proposals for Cycle 22 > Chapter 12: Grant Funding and Budget Submissions > 12.6 Funding for Joint Mission Proposals

12.6 Funding for Joint Mission Proposals
Successful HST-Chandra Programs will be funded separately by both STScI and the CXC, following their respective policies. Details of the CXC funding policies are given in the Chandra Cycle 16 Call for Proposals and at the Chandra Proposal Information webpage.
Successful HST-Spitzer Programs will be funded separately by both STScI and the Spitzer Science Center, following their respective policies. Spitzer Programs of less than 10 hours are not eligible for direct data analysis funding but they may be eligible to have journal page charges paid by the SSC. Spitzer Programs between 10 and 20 hours are eligible for a maximum of $5000 in direct data analysis funding.
For successful HST/XMM-Newton Programs, funding to support the analysis of the HST observations will be provided by STScI following its policies. Funding to support the analysis of the XMM-Newton observations can be requested by eligible U.S. PIs by submitting a separate proposal to the NASA Astrophysics Data Analysis Program (ADAP); information on ADAP is available through the NASA Research Opportunities website.
For successful HST/NOAO and HST/NRAO Programs, funding to support the analysis of the HST observations will be provided by STScI following its policies.
 

Hubble Space Telescope Call for Proposals for Cycle 22 > Chapter 12: Grant Funding and Budget Submissions > 12.6 Funding for Joint Mission Proposals

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