Certificate of Exceptional Achievement
Presented to ASL on
January 14, 2005 for the successful design, test, and mission operation of the
Thermal Subsystem for NASA's Mars Exploration Rover 2003 Project. ASL supported
supported the IDD, LEM, Rover battery, and external Rover appendage designs;
monitored system thermal test, and performed mini-TES calibration target
analytical model calibration during mission operations.
ASL has been
presented the outstanding teamwork award from the Goddard Space Flight Center
for its work in the EOS (Earth Observing System).
NASA Goldin-Stokes Award
ASL has been presented the NASA Goldin-Stokes Award in recognition of
outstanding technology achievement for the collaboration between the Jet
Propulsion Laboratory and Applied Sciences Laboratory since 2000.
In May, 2002, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory commended ASL for its outstanding
performance and support of thermal systems design, test and validation for JPL
flight projects during the past 5 years.
is George M. Low Award Finalist
This prestigious award is granted to contractors that demonstrate an exceptional
level of quality, safety, customer satisfaction, and technical performance in
NASA contracts. Nominated by NASA Center and Strategic Enterprise managers, ASL
was named as a finalist during the NASA Annual Continual Improvement
and Reinvention Conference.
Public Service Award
For exceptional leadership of Applied Sciences
Laboratory resulting in efficient and high quality thermal
analysis of JPL instruments and missions.