GeoMetWatch, a startup that is building on its engineers’ experience developing an unflown government hyperspectral weather sounder to produce commercial weather hosted payloads, has entered a Space Act Agreement (SAA) with NASA to exchange data from orbit for surplus hardware and calibration services. Under the deal, NASA will get data from the Sounding and Tracking Observatory of Regional Meteorology (Storm) instrument when it begins flying on AsiaSat 9 in late 2016. In return, the ...
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