GHGSat Gets Another NASA Task Order

Emissions plume sites. Credit: GHGSat.

GHGSat is the beneficiary of another task order from NASA, this time through the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) program to provide methane emission data.

The contract follows a September 2022 NASA Commercial Small Satellite Data Acquisition Agreement which was “a fixed-price blanket purchase agreement and each call issued is not to exceed $7 million over a five-year period.” That agreement had GHGSat providing “a comprehensive catalogue of Earth Observation data High Resolution Gas Detection Commercial Earth Observation Data products.”

For this contract they will provide methane emission data “to determine the utility of GHGSat’s data for advancing NASA’s Earth science and applications goals.”

In a press release GHGSat said that “under the task order, GHGSat will deliver both new observations and archival data for a CSDA scientific evaluation team consisting of researchers from NASA centers, other U.S. government agencies, and academia. Research projects supported by the GHGSat data will include studies of anthropogenic and naturogenic methane emissions over land and water at sites in the United States and around the world.”

No value was released for this contract.

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