Our Partners

Space Environment Technologies' (SET) partners are part of a community ecosystem to develop and provide leading edge space physics models, innovative instruments, and cloud-based operational data feeds to accurately characterize the space environment. SET collaborates with government agencies, academia, and other companies to build and deploy our capabilities.

Heliosphere/Outer Planets

Resource Areas

California Institute of Technology
Physical processes in outer planet atmospheres

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Inner solar system studies

Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Solar system studies

NOAA National Center for Environmental Information
Solar irradiance variability

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
SOLAR2000 CRADA

NorthWest Research Associates
Solar irradiance forecast development

Southwest Research Institute
Lunar UV studies

University of Colorado Boulder Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Solar irradiance measurements and outer planets atmospheres

University of Southern California Space Sciences Center
Solar irradiance indices development

Satellite

Resource Areas

Atmospheric and Environmental Research
DMSP Dst index for geomagnetic storms

Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell’Informazione
Satellite drag forecasting

Leidos
HASDM data specification

Rice University
Neural net Dst index for geomagnetic storms

University of Colorado Boulder Space Weather Technology, Research and Education Center
Satellite drag and atmosphere density studies

USAF Research Laboratory
ECP CRADA

Virginia Tech NIA
Thermosphere density modeling

West Virginia University
SET HASDM Database neural net modeling

Radiation

Resource Areas

Blue Origin
Flight services

Korean Space Weather Center
Aviation radiation measurement collaboration

NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center
Aviation radiation measurement collaboration

NASA Ames Research Center
Aviation radiation data portal

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Aviation radiation measurement validation

NASA Langley Research Center
Aviation radiation modeling

NearSpaceLaunch
Radiation orbital flights

NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center
Aviation radiation measurement collaboration

Prairie View A&M University
Aviation radiation measurement calibration

Oklahoma State University
Aviation radiation detector collaboration

SkyCorp
Radiation orbital measurements

SSSRC
Cutoff rigidity modeling

University of California Los Angeles Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
Radiation belt modeling

University of Colorado Boulder Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Radiation belt modeling

University of Colorado Boulder Aerospace Engineering Sciences
Trapped particle precipitation modeling

Virgin Galactic
Flight services

World View Enterprises
Flight services

Navigation

Resource Areas

ASTRA
Aviation radiation location measurements

NAVSYS
Position, navigation, and timing specification

Resource Links

ASTRA


NAVSYS

 

Communication

Resource Areas

Q-Up
Global, accurate, real-time and forecast high frequency (HF) radio propagation

Leidos
GAIM data specification

Space Environment Corporation
Ionosphere modeling and Dst for geomagnetic storms

Utah State University Space Weather Center
GAIM ionosphere modeling

Sponsors

Department of Energy

National Aeronautics and Space Administration

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

National Science Foundation

United States Air Force