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  • Lunar Acquisition and Curation Review
    of Geological Materials at A Lunar Outpost Allan H Treiman Lockheed Engineering and Sciences Company Houston Texas February 1993 Apollo Sample Return Mass Objectives of Apollo Geological Field Investigations and Proposal for Development of an Apollo Field Exploration System Edwin

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/lsac/ (2016-02-15)
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  • CAPTEM- Mars Sample Return
    MARS SAMPLE RETURN MEPAG MSR Workshop Abstracts Selected Presentations Workshop Report Last updated June 20 2008 Lunar and Planetary Institute 2016 Site Map Contact Us Privacy Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/msr2008/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appendix to Charter: Asteroid Sample Return Subcommittee
    Hayabusa 2 mission to asteroid 1999 JU3 These technical assessments are provided for all aspects of curation including sample and hardware handling processes contamination control documentation and facilities design care and use Allocation Review Process Investigators are required to submit sample allocation requests that follow guidelines published online in the Asteroid Sample Return Investigator s Guidebook These may be submitted electronically and at any time The Curator forwards requests from

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/subcommittees/asteroid_return/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appendix to Charter: Cosmic Dust Subcommittee
    decisions that maximize the scientific and educational value of Cosmic Dust particles and preserve samples for future generations Technical assessments of the Cosmic Dust collection and curation procedures Technical assessments are provided for all aspects of Cosmic Dust sample collection and curation including sample and hardware handling processes contamination control documentation and facilities design care and use Allocation Review Process Investigators are required to submit sample allocation requests to the Cosmic Dust Curator These may be submitted electronically and at any time The Curator forwards requests from investigators to the Chair of the Cosmic Dust Subcommittee for distribution to the Subcommittee along with information about sample availability Requests are reviewed to assess the feasibility and scientific or educational merit of the proposed investigation the capability of the researcher to manipulate and analyze the samples and the availability of the samples The Chair convenes a discussion among Subcommittee members by email or by teleconference for more complex issues The findings of the Subcommittee are transmitted to the Curator who makes allocation recommendations and communicates them to the NASA HQ Discipline Scientist The Subcommittee does not normally provide peer review for requests to allocate samples of unambiguously terrestrial origin e g volcanic

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  • Appendix to Charter: Facilities Subcommittee
    facilities when the need arises for adding facilities for new sample collection e g GENESIS STARDUST Seeks on a regular basis reports from the Astromaterials Curator and the curators of the different sample collections of the condition of the facilities and of perceived needs for the purpose of storing and processing sample collections under appropriate clean conditions Provides inspection of sample curation and handling facilities at the request of the

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/subcommittees/facilities/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appendix to Charter: Genesis Subcommittee
    standardized forms to the Genesis Curator These may be submitted electronically and at any time The Curator forwards requests from investigators to the Genesis Subcommittee along with information about sample availability Requests are reviewed to assess the feasibility and scientific or educational merit of the proposed investigation the capability of the researcher to manipulate and analyze the samples and the availability and preservation of the sample The Chair convenes a

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/subcommittees/genesis/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appendix to Charter: Informatics Subcommittee
    in consultation with the PI community and JSC Curation To support development of a strategic plan for Informatics which may include different funding scenarios To represent the PI community in the development of external requirements for the JSC databases and catalogs To provide ongoing periodic assessments of external aspects of JSC databases and catalogs To provide findings to JSC Curation on the capability and sustainability of current informatics technology as

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/subcommittees/informatics/ (2016-02-15)
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  • Appendix to Charter: Lunar Sample Subcommittee
    Checklist on the Curator s website http curator jsc nasa gov lunar sampreq checklist cfm recommends that requests contain the following items Cover letter signed by Principal Investigator PI who will be responsible for the security of any allocated lunar samples Description of the scientific goals and objectives of the proposed work Specification of the samples sample numbers requested for research Description of the analytical techniques to be applied Background of new proposing PI Co I team first time sample requestors only The Curator forwards requests to the Subcommittee along with information about sample availability The Subcommittee Chair assigns each request to a Subcommittee member familiar with the analytical techniques described in the request That member then acts as chief reviewer for the request by summarizing the masses and sample numbers of the requested samples the nature of the scientific goals that the request addresses the analytical techniques that will be applied to the samples and how the specific samples requested and analytical techniques to be used address the scientific goals Questions that the Subcommittee typically considers are as follows Are lunar samples actually needed to address the scientific goals Are the specific samples requested the best samples to address the goals Is the mass of sample requested justified and reasonable Will approval of the request deplete the mass of requested sample to an unacceptable level Does the requestor have a demonstrated capability of being able to do the analysis or experiments proposed The Subcommittee discusses and makes findings on the merit of the request Pass with modifications usually involves denying certain requested samples allocating a smaller mass of material than requested or allocating a different or better sample than that requested If there is insufficient information upon which to judge the request the Subcommittee may request additional information Feedback

    Original URL path: http://www.lpi.usra.edu/captem/subcommittees/lunar_sample/ (2016-02-15)
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