deadline for submitting
an HST Cycle 21 E/PO proposal is
Wednesday, 21 August 2013 at 5:00 p.m. EDT.
The E/PO Principal Investigator must be affiliated with a U.S. institution.
If the science Principal Investigator is not from a U.S. institution,
a U.S. Co-Investigator may be designated as the E/PO Principal Investigator
(see the CFP for details).
The spirit of the program is to encourage collaborative efforts between
professional astronomers/space scientists and professional educators
that would broaden the knowledge and understanding of the latest discoveries
of the Hubble Space Telescope.
An HST Cycle E/PO proposal must have clear intellectual linkage to
the science and/or science theme of the parent research program(s).
The proposed E/PO program must focus on education and/or public outreach
in the U.S.
three HST Cycle 21 E/PO funding categories:
– An HST Cycle 21 GO/AR/SNAP Principal Investigator or Co Investigator
may request up to $20,000 for an E/PO program. A current Hubble Fellow
may also request up to $20,000 for an E/PO program.
Teamed - A maximum of three (3) science research programs can team
together, including current Hubble Fellows, at $20,000 each, for up to $60,000.
(See Exceptions and Previous Funding)
- Programs may request up to $50,000 but are not able to request a
larger funding amount through a teamed effort.
Cycle 21 E/PO Call for Proposals is available as a PDF file. If you
have problems reading the file, please send an email to
If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, please
click on the link below to download the program.
COVER PAGE FORM
An Online Cover Page Form must be submitted for all Cycle 21
E/PO grant proposals. The online form can be found
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