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Overview

The Solar System Exploration Data Services Office (SSEDSO) coordinates the management and archiving of NASA space science data. As part of this mission, the Office operates the National Space Science Data Center (NSSDC) and provides requested guidance to the science active archive centers.

The NSSDC provides master catalogs, data standards, and other information services. It oversees the preservation of NASA space science data for the next generation of researchers. The Center ensures access to existing and future NASA space science archives.

SSEDSO has two archive functions: Crustal Dynamics Data Information System and management of the Planetary Data System. In addition, SSEDSO can provide the necessary in-house expertise to support these and other data services.

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Barbara Pope
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