NASA wants data sources

NASA Ames Research Center seeks submissions from commercial companies for airborne remote-sensing instruments for its suborbital research programs, specifically for its Earth Science Enterprise.

The enterprise's mission is to protect the Earth by collecting global and regional measurements that provide information about how the planet functions as a system.

The request for information contains questions for vendors, including their past experience fulfilling similar contracts, descriptions and specifications of their sensors, operating parameters and information about data products and calibration methods. Responses are due April 30. Contact Audrey Guerra at Audrey.A.Guerra@nasa.gov.

 

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