Data Repository Systems Group
The Data Repository Systems (DRS) Group develops and maintains archival data management systems that capture, curate, preserve, and disseminate data from NASA missions, projects, and research activities both for NASA internal usage, and for external use by other government agencies and the greater scientific community. The group has created repositories for near-Earth objects, astrobiology data, and life sciences and space biology data, as well as for the Human Research and Space Biology programs’ institutional biobanks at Ames Research Center and Johnson Space Center. The group is experienced in handling specific NASA requirements related to secure management of export-controlled information and sensitive personal data, including medical data.
- Astrobiology Habitable Environments Database (AHED): A long-term repository and productivity platform for the storage, discovery, and analysis of data relevant to the field of astrobiology [+More]
- Exploration Medical Capability (ExMC) Systems Engineering: A collaborative systems engineering approach for documenting medical requirements and functional processes into a consolidated requirements document repository
- Informing Mission Planning via Analysis of Complex Tradespaces (IMPACT): IMPACT Desktop was developed as part of a set of applications designed to assist with the Human Research Program’s (HRP) mission planning of medical resources for long-duration missions
- Ames Life Sciences Data Archive (ALSDA): Official repository of science data generated by NASA’s Space Biology and Human Research Programs [+ More]
- Ames Research Center and Johnson Space Center Institutional Scientific Collections: Manage Biobank containing physical samples and metadata for non-human spaceflight bio-specimens [+ More]