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SET Partners
  • Space Research
    • University of Colorado (UCB) Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) – supporting scientific instruments on Galileo, UARS, TIMED, SDO, and Cassini
    • University of Southern California (USC) Space Sciences Center (SSC) - providing operational backup for SOHO SEM data dissemination
    • NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) – providing the nation's civilian 24-hour forecast of solar spectral irradiances
    • Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) – supporting scientific instruments on LRO
  • Magnetic Indices
    • U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) – developing a new real-time Dst geomagnetic index using the USGS magnetometer network
    • Space Environment Corporation (SEC) – operationalizing a new real-time and forecast Dst geomagnetic index
    • Instrumental Software Industries, Inc. (ISTI) – operationalizing a new real-time Dst geomagnetic index
    • Carmel Research Center (CRC) – developing a new forecast Dst geomagnetic index

  • GEO Satellite Operations
    • Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) – developing real-time and forecast space weather applications for use in GEO

  • LEO Satellite Operations
    • Institute of Information Science and Technologies (ISTI) National Research Council (CNR) (ISTI/CNR) – developing satellite drag specifications for LEO

  • Communications
    • Space Environment Corporation (SEC) – operationalizing real-time and forecast communications capabilities for commercial users
    • Utah State University USTAR Space Weather Center - GAIM and IFM model operations, iPhone space weather applications
    • Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) – prototyping low-latitude scintillation forecasts in support of C/NOFS

  • Aviation
    • IPS MeteoStar (IPSM) providing real-time and forecast communications capabilities for commercial aviation
    • NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) – developing real-time radiation environment capabilities for commercial aviation
    • Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC) – developing forecast radiation environment capabilities for commercial aviation

  • Infrastructure
    • sysRAND – developing advanced space systems plug-n-play avionics and a lunar excavator
    • Microcosm – supporting advanced spacecraft designs from LEO to GEO