NOAA-NASA SWO Summit

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Workshop
Jun. 12 to Jun. 13, 2024

8:00 am – 5:00 pm MDT

Boulder, CO
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For the invite-only registration, please use the link provided in your email invitation.

Register by May 31, 2024

Workshop Objective

Don’t miss the inaugural NOAA-NASA Space Weather Observations (SWO) Summit on June 12-13 in Boulder, Colorado! This event will provide the space weather community with essential insight on how SWO programs will meet NOAA operational space weather obligations.  

Upon completion of the SWO Summit, attendees will have a greater understanding of the NOAA-NASA elements critical to generating and disseminating space weather alerts and warnings including:

  1. The new NOAA-NASA Space Weather Observations (SWO) office, which develops, deploys, and sustains NOAA’s operational space weather satellite systems.
  2. The NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI), which develops space weather products and provides space weather data archive and public data dissemination services.
  3. The NOAA National Weather Service (NWS) Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), the Nation's official source of space weather alerts and warnings.

Attendees will also learn about NOAA’s domestic partnerships with other agencies, the commercial and academic sectors and international collaborators, as well as opportunities for new partnerships

Program Overview

Public Session

Day 1 (morning) will be open to the public, virtually.

Public Session Registration
Morning Agenda (updated 05.21.2024)

Invite-Only Session

Day 1 (afternoon) and Day 2 (all day) will be closed invite-only in-person workshops (with the option for registered attendees to join virtually if travel is not possible).

Location

BAE Systems, Space & Mission Systems
1600 Commerce St, Boulder, CO 80301

BAE Systems Visitors Guide 2024 (PDF)

Workshop Contact

If you have any questions, please contact Kiara Arnold at kiara.arnold@noaa.gov

 

 

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