NASA has awarded the Omnibus Multidiscipline Engineering Services (OMES) II contract to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) of McLean, Virginia, to support the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate, located at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Sierra Lobo is a major subcontractor to SAIC on this contract. The OMES […]
Employees of Sierra Lobo, Inc. will be attending the 48th Annual Society of Flight Test Engineers International Symposium in Destin, FL next week, 30 Oct – 3 Nov. We are proud to be a corporate sponsor and look forward to meeting other attendees.
Sierra Lobo is excited to announce that the Air Force has awarded us as the Prime Contractor on the Rocket Technology Engineering Services (RTES) Contract, located at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Rocket Lab.
Office of Naval Research Contract Win Announcement The Office of Naval Research, in conjunction with the National Oceanographic Partnership Program, has awarded Sierra Lobo a contract (N00014-18-C-2060) to develop a long-wave infrared (LWIR) instrument for sea surface temperature measurement by cubesats. The instrument will improve the spatial and temporal resolution of measurements […]
National Aerospace Solutions (NAS) JV Gets $179M Air Force Testing Support Contract Option The U.S. Air Force has awarded a $179M contract modification to National Aerospace Solutions, a joint venture between Bechtel National, Sierra Lobo, Inc., and GP Strategies to continue testing support services at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex in Tennessee. […]
On August 5, 2019, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) posted a Mars 2020 Rover article on its website, titled “NASA ‘Optometrists’ Verify Mars 2020 Rover’s 20/20 Vision.” Link to the Article: https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/jpl/nasa-optometrists-verify-mars-2020-rovers-2020-vision Through the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s MEDALS subcontract, Sierra Lobo, Inc. (SLI) engineers supported the design development of Mars […]
Sierra Lobo’s first satellite left Cape Canaveral Air Force Station for space today on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The next stop for the satellite will be the International Space Station (ISS), where the capsule carrying it and other cargo will berth about three days from now.
Sierra Lobo, Inc. (SLI), along with significant subcontractor Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), has responded to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s Mechanical Integrated Services and Technologies (MIST) II request for proposals, Solicitation Number 80GSFC20R0006.
Sierra Lobo’s (SLI) Technology Development and Engineering Center (TDEC) was awarded the Outstanding Supplier Award for supporting Northrop Grumman in developing propellant test and ground support infrastructure for their OmegA launch vehicle. OmegA is in development by Northrop Grumman for the National Security Space Launch (NSSL) program. The NSSL is a program […]
Sierra Lobo, Inc. (SLI), along with significant subcontractor Wolf Creek Federal Services, Inc. (WCFSI), a Chugach Alaska Corporation company, has responded to NASA White Sands Test Facility’s Test Evaluation and Support Team 3 (TEST3) request for proposals, Solicitation Number 80JSC020R0026.
HX5 Sierra, a Sierra Lobo and HX5 Joint Venture, has won the FY20 GRC NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year Award. HX5 Sierra is the prime contractor supporting TFOME II, providing operations, engineering, and maintenance support services for NASA GRC’s research facilities and laboratories at Lewis […]
Sierra Lobo Contributes to Mars 2020 EDL Camera Effort Pictured Above: This high-resolution still image is part of a video taken by several cameras as NASA’s Perseverance rover touched down on Mars on Feb. 18, 2021. A camera aboard the descent stage captured this shot. The Mars 2020 mission is part of […]
Sierra Lobo congratulates NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) on the successful demonstration of the Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Utilization Experiment (MOXIE) instrument on the surface of Mars. MOXIE converted some the Mars atmosphere into oxygen — this is a key element in the pursuit of future missions involving human astronauts and their return vehicles.