CEDAR email: Requesting Community Input on Heliophysics Archive Modernization

Koehn, Patrick L. (HQ-DJ000) patrick.koehn at nasa.gov
Tue Feb 8 11:44:18 MST 2022

The due date for responses to NASA's Heliophysics Data Environment RFI has been extended to February 28, 2022. Now is your chance to comment and shape the path forward for NASA's restructuring, expansion, and evolution of the Heliophysics data archiving infrastructure, including the current Heliophysics Data Environment (HPDE), Space Physics Data Facility (SPDF), Solar Data Analysis Center (SDAC), and associated tools, models, and resources. NASA seeks feedback from the community at large, including those with an interest in using Heliophysics mission data, CubeSat or sounding rocket data, AI/ML, cloud computing, citizen science, and/or open science. Input from a diverse array of data users, researchers, citizen scientists, early career investigators, technologists, and anyone with interest and ideas is welcome.
Details of this Request for Information, including response instructions, can be found on NSPIRES at the following link: https://go.nasa.gov/3DxpHPI. Thank you for helping us shape the future of Heliophysics data at NASA!

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