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    Omitron Wins the NASA Agency-Level 2017 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award

    Omitron was selected as the NASA Agency-Level 2017 Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year for our support of the Flight Dynamics Support Services-II (FDSS-II) contract. The award was presented at the NASA Office of Small Business Programs Spring 2018 NASA Industry Forum meeting and presented by Krista Paquin, Acting Deputy Administrator, and Glenn Delgado, Associate Administrator Office of Small Business. Omitron is proud to be a member of the NASA Small Business Community and honored to receive this award. Congratulations to the Omitron FDSS-II team!

  • Finding an IceCube in space…

    A tiny NASA payload, known as IceCube or Earth-1, will demonstrate and validate a new 874-gigahertz submillimeter-wave receiver that could help advance scientists’ understanding of ice clouds and their role in climate change. The remote sensing instrument is capable of providing an accurate assessment of the distribution of atmospheric ice. The IceCube mission – a 3U CubeSat – launched from the International Space Station (ISS) on May 16, 2017. The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Flight Dynamics Facility (FDF) operated by Omitron, was tasked with providing acquisition data based upon ISS orbital information and the planned deployment characteristics of IceCube. The requested

  • Omitron delivers new release of TMT software to JPSS

    Omitron delivered a new release of the JPSS Integrated Mission Timeline (IMT) software for integration as part of the JPSS ground system, in preparation for the JPSS-1 mission scheduled for launch in 2017. The JPSS IMT is based on Omitron’s TMT (Timeline Management Tool) software product, an innovative web-based tool for the management and planning of ground commanded spacecraft activities during real-time mission operations. In addition to JPSS, TMT is currently in use on the Fermi, DSCOVR, ICESat-2, and Raven missions.

  • Omitron transitions DSCOVR mission operations to NOAA

    October 27, 2015 DSCOVR mission operations successfully transitioned from NASA to NOAA.The Omitron DSCOVR team completed commissioning operations and training of the NOAA operations staff in preparation for the handover of operations from NASA to NOAA. The Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) was successfully launched on February 11, 2015 onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, and reached its target Lissajous orbit at L1 on June 7, 2015. DSCOVR is a joint NASA/NOAA mission, where NASA held the responsibility for development, integration, launch and initial operations and transitioning responsibility for operations to NOAA after commissioning. In support of the NASA Project,

  • Support to 50th Space Wing

    September 30, 2015 Omitron awarded task order to provide orbital analysis support to the Air Force 50th Space Wing. Omitron was awarded a subcontract under an OASIS contract in support of the 50th Space Wing. The initial task order is to provide orbital analysis support to multiple satellites at Schriever AFB in Colorado Springs, CO.

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