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Countdown to GOES-T Launch: Interview with SSAI’s Michael Roza

February 28, 2022 Employee Spotlights, Instrument Engineering

As we countdown to go-time for the GOES-T satellite, we sat down with SSAI’s Mike Roza to get his thoughts on the upcoming launch.

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Happy 2nd Anniversary to NASA’s Earthdata Forum!

February 25, 2022 Data Management, Employee Spotlights, Technical Highlight

Developed by SSAI and Booz Allen Hamilton developers at the Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC), the Forum enables the scientific user community and subject matter experts from NASA Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs), along with a host of other contributors, to discuss research needs, data, and data applications.   

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SSAI Collaborates with Hampton City Schools to Incorporate Elementary GLOBE in their 3rd Grade Classrooms

February 10, 2022 Community/Volunteer Events, Education and Outreach, Employee Spotlights

Members of the SSAI Science Education team along with administrators and curriculum specialists from Hampton City Schools are working to bring GLOBE learning opportunities to the students of Hampton, VA.

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SSAI Named One of the Top Workplaces in the USA for Second Year!

February 01, 2022 Company Awards

SSAI is proud to have placed on the winner's list for the national 2021 Top Workplaces USA Award!

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SSAI Honored As One of 2022's "Best Places to Work in Virginia"

January 27, 2022 Company Awards

On January 27, 2022, SSAI was honored by being named one of 2022’s “Best Places to Work in Virginia.” For the entire state of Virginia, SSAI ranked 18th overall.

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SSAI's GLOBE Team Receives the AGU 2021 Excellence in Earth and Space Science Education Award

December 15, 2021 Customer Kudos

SSAI’s Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program team won the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) 2021 Excellence in Earth and Space Science Education Award—demonstrating a sustained commitment to excellence in geophysical education.