On June 8, 2021, this year's Robert H. Goddard (RHG) Awards were announced. The RHG Award for Science Teams went to the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) COVID-19 Response Team, which includes Lok Lamsal (614/USRA), Fei Liu (614/USRA), Trent Schindler (606.4/SSAI, formerly USRA) and others. According to Dr. Lamsal, "The team includes those who are part of the OMI NO2 product development, contributed to the OMI NO2 monitoring page (https://so2.gsfc.nasa.gov/no2/no2_index.html), fielded interviews, and worked on graphics for press releases." Congratulations to the team! To view one of their collaborations, vist this item from the SVS. For more information on this year's RHG Awards, click here.
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Lamsal, Liu, and Schindler part of OMI Team to receive RHG Award