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Modeling Radiation Exposure for Pilots, Crew and Passengers on Commercial Flights

A group of NASA researchers, in collaboration with Space Environment Technologies, have built a model that can predict solar and cosmic radiation exposure for crews and passengers on commercial airline flights.

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Space Environment Technologies announces the release of the JB2008 thermospheric density model

Space Environment Technologies announced the release of the JB2008 thermospheric density model, which provides the most accurate mass densities to-date for satellite drag use.

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Strategic Partnership for commercial space weather products

Exploration Physics International of Huntsville, Alabama and Space Environment Technologies of Pacific Palisades, California announced the formation of a strategic partner alliance to produce commercial space weather products.

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GSA awards contract to Space Environment Technologies

The General Services Administration awarded a GSA Schedule 871 Professional Engineering Services Schedule 871 contract to Space Environment Technologies (SET).

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Northrop Grumman and SET sign Software Transfer Agreement

Northrop Grumman Corporation transfers software and asset rights to Space Environment Technologies for SOLAR2000 software and the SpaceWx service mark.

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NOAA signs CRADA for use of SOLAR2000

Federal Data Corporation announced a CRADA with NOAA Space Environment Center to jointly develop a Solar Irradiance Specification Tool derived from SET’s SOLAR2000 solar radiation forecasting model.

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