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SSAI’s Craig Pelisiser wins AIST grant for TERRAHydro proposal, applying Machine Learning to Earth Science models

May 23, 2022 AI/Machine Learning

Congratulations to SSAI's Dr. Craig Pelissier and the winning team he assembled as Principal Investigator for his recently-selected TERRAHydro proposal for NASA's Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST-21) Program!

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SSAI’s Claire Robinson and Team Study Dropsonde Measurements using Advanced Vertical Atmospheric Profiling System (AVAPS)

May 19, 2022 Employee Spotlights, Instrument Engineering, Science Research & Development

Claire Robinson, a Scientific Programmer/Analyst at SSAI and part of the Sonde Measurement of Atmospheric Layers at Langley (SMALL) Group, presented the latest statistics and relevant work utilizing the newly acquired Advanced Vertical Atmospheric Profiling System (AVAPS) Dropsonde system at the recent AVAPS Dropsondes Users Meeting.

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SSAI-led Landsat Communications Team Wins Communicator Award for Camp Landsat

May 17, 2022 Education and Outreach

Congratulations to the Landsat Communications Team on their receipt of a Communicator Award of Distinction for their 2021 Camp Landsat website!

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The Votes are In! SSAI Makes Top 10 in the DC Area for "2022 Best Places to Work"!

May 13, 2022 Company Awards

On May 12, 2022, SSAI was recognized by the Washington Business Journal as one of 2022’s “Best Places to Work” in the DC Metro Area, ranking 8th in the region among extra-large employers (250+ employees).

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Sharing a love of our planet with support for NASA Earth Observatory

May 05, 2022 Education and Outreach, Employee Spotlights

SSAI has a long history of supporting NASA’s Earth Observatory website, and watching it grow from its humble beginnings over 20 years ago to the essential Earth science data resource it is today. We asked one of our Science Writers to share with us what it means to be part of this important project.

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Upper-troposphere, lower-stratosphere aerosol package successfully flight-tested for high-altitude airborne science

May 03, 2022 Instrument Engineering, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

NASA, SSAI, and the University of Denver have developed and flight-tested the instrument package Particles in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere (PUTLS), which characterizes the microphysical properties atmospheric aerosol from the NASA high-altitude aircraft.