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ADNET Systems Inc. has been awarded the Space and Earth Science Data Analysis (SESDA-IV) contract by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to support the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, Maryland. SESDA-IV is a five-year cost-plus fixed-fee contract with a total potential value of approximately $250 million.

Under SESDA-IV, ADNET will provide a broad range of services to support Earth and Space science research and development, data operations, as well as activities in information system technologies, engineering, and science communication, education and public outreach that enable the Sciences and Exploration Directorate to successfully carry out its science missions at the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).

SESDA is the premier Space and Earth science contract at GSFC and this award represents the third straight time ADNET Systems has been selected for this prestigious contract. Over 300 scientists, engineers, and education outreach specialists support the SESDA contract through a broad range of science disciplines, including solar and space plasma physics, astrophysics and astronomy, planetary studies, atmospheric science and climatology, oceanography, land processes, geodynamics, and solid earth geographics. “All of us at ADNET are pleased and excited to continue our partnership with NASA and we are thrilled to be selected as the SESDA contractor for the third time.” said Ashok Jha, President and CEO of ADNET.

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Goddard Division Awards

July 10, 2018

GOES-R launch
Haley Reed received a Goddard Code 100 Peer Award from the Center Director on July 10, 2018. Here is an excerpt from her citation: “Haley is a team player and capable manager, even when she’s faced with new or intensified situations. During the Parker Solar Probe Media Day, Haley’s resourcefulness and can-do attitude ensured a seamless and successful event. She handles media requests of all kinds with patience and care, ensuring that NASA Goddard science is shared with the world in meaningful ways every single day”.

Michelle Smith received a Code 400 Peer Award. An excerpt from her citation reads: “…Michelle Smith was the focal point of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) – R Series communications team over the past year during which the Program put the first GOES-R satellite into operational service; brought dozens of meteorological and environmental data products into use for forecasters; and launched the second satellite of the series, GOES-S…Thanks to Michelle’s efforts, GOES-R has more than 35,000 Facebook followers and our content has reached over 7,000,000 people!”

Juno Provides Infrared Tour of Jupiter’s North Pole

May 8, 2018

Revealed at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, and now featured at NASA’s Juno website, Juno scientists with the magnetometer suite of instruments presented a detailed view of the planetary dynamo responsible for Jupiter’s magnetic field. Supporting the important new findings are ADNET uplink and downlink instrument operators who successfully commanded the onboard fluxgate magnetometers and Advanced Stellar Cameras through 12 perijoves and calibrated the science and housekeeping telemetry used in the study.
https://www.missionjuno.swri.edu/news/juno-provides-infared-tour-of-north-pole

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