CSDA Program Authorization Request Form

Thank you for your interest in accessing data through the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition Program. This form is designed to collect the information needed to determine if you are eligible for data access. All items marked with an asterisk are required.

If you have questions or concerns about the information requested below, please contact the CSDA Program Data Management Team csdap@uah.edu


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF NON-DISCLOSURE I am aware that my involvement in Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) Program may result in access to proprietary information or other commercial data that is not available to the public. I acknowledge my understanding and NASA’s responsibilities as outlined in the Terms and Condition and/or EULA regarding this proprietary information. I understand that NASA considers proprietary information/commercial data to be Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and that, consequently, proprietary information must be safeguarded. I understand that any proprietary information under my control must be used and protected in accordance the Terms and Condition and/or EULA as well as all applicable laws, regulations, and NASA policy. I will not divulge, publish, or reveal by word, conduct, or any other means such information/commercial data to any unauthorized person. I understand that use of the proprietary information/commercial DATA is limited to Scientific use for or on behalf of the United States Government and only the United States Government may transfer or otherwise disclose the proprietary information/commercial Data to its related entities acting for or on its behalf. ATTACHMENT E: SCIENTIFIC USE END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT FOR TELEDYNE DESIS DATA This END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT ("EULA") governs the use of hyperspectral data from Teledyne’s DESIS instrument, including, without limitation, satellite imagery, vector, attribute or other data, or other related documentation, information or content first produced by the DESIS instrument (collectively, the “DESIS Data”) and delivered by Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. (“Teledyne”) to NASA pursuant to the Cooperative Agreement: OWNERSHIP OF DESIS DATA: The DESIS Data are and will remain the exclusive property of Teledyne and its suppliers. This EULA does not grant NASA title to the DESIS Data or any copies of the same. LICENSE TO DESIS DATA: Teledyne considers such DESIS Data to embody trade secrets or to comprise commercial or financial information which is privileged or confidential, and such DESIS Data will be identified by Teledyne with a suitable notice or legend identifying its use restrictions, any copyright notice required by paragraph 4 of this section, and its date of development. The DESIS Data will be maintained in confidence and subject to the licensing restrictions described herein for a period of two (2) years after development of such data (hereinafter the “Period of Restriction”) and may be disclosed and used by the U.S. Government and Related Entities (under suitable protective conditions) only for Scientific Use by or on behalf of the U.S. Government during that Period of Restriction. Notwithstanding the above, NASA shall not be restricted in, nor incur any liability for, the disclosure and use of such Data not identified by Teledyne with a suitable notice or legend as set forth herein. After the Period of Restriction expires, such DESIS Data may be used by the U.S. Government and its Related Entities for any purpose. During the Period of Restriction, this license allows the U.S. Government and its Related Entities to create Derivatives of the DESIS Data as explained in further detail below. 1. Derivatives may be made available to the scientific community during the Period of Restriction through publication in appropriate journals or other established channels of public dissemination as soon as practicable and consistent with good scientific practice. Courtesy copies of upcoming reports or publications by Related Entities shall be furnished to NASA and Teledyne for informational purposes only. When possible, Related Entities should make reasonable efforts to provide these courtesy copies prior to publication. 2. Derivatives are not allowed for Commercial Use by NASA or Related Entities during the Period of Restriction. 3. NASA and Related Entities will retain rights to any Derivatives developed through the use of DESIS Data, and may store, distribute and use Derivatives (under suitable protective conditions) for U.S. Government Purposes during the Period of Restriction and for any purpose thereafter. 4. All DESIS Data and Derivatives, as appropriate, must contain the following copyright notice conspicuously displayed: “© Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc. All Rights Reserved” for the DESIS Data, and “Includes copyrighted material of Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc., All Rights Reserved” for Derivatives. If requested, a joint citation may be used to acknowledge the investigating institution or NASA. Subject to compliance with the licensing restrictions contained herein, Related Entities are allowed to share DESIS Data with their employees, contractors, and students who are assigned to a specific project that requires access to the DESIS Data under suitable protective conditions, such as having a policy in place to ensure such recipients of privileged or confidential information are advised of the appropriate procedures for handling of such information and treatment of restricted intellectual property needed for compliance with the terms of this EULA. Consistent with the relevant portions of section 14 CFR 1274.905 of the Cooperative Agreement NNJ12GA21A between NASA and Teledyne, Teledyne has certain enumerated rights to reproduce, distribute, and prepare derivative works of copyrighted Derivatives in the event such copyrighted Derivatives are exchanged or furnished to Teledyne for the performance of work under such Cooperative Agreement. DEFINITIONS: Commercial Use: A Commercial Use as used herein means any use not specifically authorized as part of Scientific Use during the Period of Restriction, including but not limited to: 1. Use of the DESIS Data for the business needs of any third person or entity, including without limitation, providing any services to any third parties; 2. Use in advertising, marketing and promotional materials and services on behalf of a customer, client, employer, employee or other non-governmental organization for purposes other than U.S. Government Purposes; 3. Use in any materials or services for sale or for which fees or charges are paid or received (e.g., textbook supplemental materials, books, syllabi, course packs) for purposes other than U.S. Government Purposes; and 4. Use in any books, news publication or journal for purposes other than U.S. Government Purposes. Related Entity: As used in this EULA, Related Entity means a contractor, subcontractor, recipient, or grantee of NASA or the U.S. Government which is assigned, tasked, or contracted with to perform activities related to or using the DESIS Data during the Period of Restriction. Derivative: As used herein, a Derivative means any addition, improvement, update, modification, translation, transformation, adaptation or derivative work of or to the DESIS Data, authored, created or developed by or on behalf of the U.S. Government or its Related Entities, including, without limitation, any reformatting of the DESIS Data into a different format or media from which it is delivered and any addition of data, information or other content to the DESIS Data. Scientific Use: For purposes of the Period of Restriction, Scientific Use means internal use by the U.S. Government, or a U.S. Government-initiated, U.S. Government-funded and/or U.S. Government-peer reviewed investigation, established through a NASA Research Announcement (NRA) or similar public notice of opportunity, and performed for the purpose of conducting experiments, evaluation, research, and/or development, including applied research under the NASA Applied Sciences Program. Scientific Use is not intended for the development of commercial products or services and is exclusive of activities sponsored by non-governmental organizations, regardless of for-profit or not-for-profit status. Except as preapproved by Teledyne on a case-by-case basis, Scientific Use does not include Commercial Use. U.S. Government Purpose: As used herein, U.S. Government Purpose means any activity in which the United States Government is a party, including cooperative agreements with international or multi-national defense organizations, sales or transfers by the United States Government to foreign governments or international organizations, and agreements pursuant to other transactional authority, including 51 U.S.C. § 20113. U.S. Government Purpose includes competitive procurement, but does not include the right to have or permit others to use DESIS Data for Commercial Use. DATA FIRST PRODUCED BY NASA: Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, any data first produced by or originating from NASA or the U.S. Government (“NASA Data”) that is incorporated or aggregated into DESIS Data (including, but not limited to GPS data) shall retain its character, and the U.S. Government will have unlimited rights in such NASA Data. DISCLAIMER: ALL DESIS DATA IS PROVIDED “AS IS” WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND. ALL WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ORAL OR WRITTEN, ARISING BY LAW OR OTHERWISE, ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED BY TELEDYNE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TELEDYNE DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE DESIS DATA WILL BE ACCURATE, CURRENT OR COMPLETE, THAT THE DESIS DATA WILL MEET NEEDS OR EXPECTATIONS OF NASA AND/OR RELATED ENTITIES, OR THAT THE OPERATION OF THE DESIS DATA WILL BE ERROR FREE OR UNINTERRUPTED. SPATIAL, SPECTRAL, AND TEMPORAL ACCURACY CANNOT BE GUARANTEED. TELEDYNE RESERVES THE RIGHT, AT ITS SOLE DISCRETION, TO MODIFY CERTAIN IMAGE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DESIS DATA INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WATERMARKING AND DIMENSIONS. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: IN NO EVENT WILL TELEDYNE OR ITS SUPPLIERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR INDIRECT DAMAGES (INCLUDING LOST PROFITS OR LOST DATA) ARISING FROM, OR RELATING TO, THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT OR THE DESIS DATA, EVEN IF TELEDYNE OR ITS SUPPLIERS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. EXPORT CONTROL: The Parties will comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations, including but not limited to export control regulations.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF NON-DISCLOSURE I am aware that my involvement in Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) Program may result in access to proprietary information or other commercial data that is not available to the public. I acknowledge my understanding and NASA’s responsibilities as outlined in the Terms and Condition and/or EULA regarding this proprietary information. I understand that NASA considers proprietary information/commercial data to be Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and that, consequently, proprietary information must be safeguarded. I understand that any proprietary information under my control must be used and protected in accordance the Terms and Condition and/or EULA as well as all applicable laws, regulations, and NASA policy. I will not divulge, publish, or reveal by word, conduct, or any other means such information/commercial data to any unauthorized person. I understand that use of the proprietary information/commercial DATA is limited to Scientific use for or on behalf of the United States Government and only the United States Government may transfer or otherwise disclose the proprietary information/commercial Data to its related entities acting for or on its behalf. CSDA Program USG EULA for Spire Data - November, 9, 2020, Revision 3 This United States Government End User License Agreement (EULA) hereafter referred to as “this Agreement” is an agreement between the United States Government (USG) (Licensee) and the Contractor (Licensor). The EULA is incorporated into Licensor’s contract (“the Contract”) and is legally binding on the parties. 1. The following definitions apply to this Agreement: 1.a “Licensed Material” means the data, metadata, and products provided by Licensor that are delivered or otherwise made available for Licensee’s use as set forth in the Agreement. This term strictly applies to the forms, formats, and other supporting data as received by Licensee. 1.b “Licensed User” means an authorized recipient and end user of Licensed Material according to Section 3 of this Agreement. 1.c “Value-Added Product” means a work that is created when a Licensed User modifies Licensed Material—through technical manipulation, addition of data, or both—where the principal features and characteristics of the source Licensed Material are retained in the work and are extractable through technical means. Value-Added Products created from Licensed Material received under this agreement will be considered as Licensed Material. 1.d “Derived Product” means a work that is created when a Licensed User exploits Licensed Material in a manner that irreversibly modifies and uncouples the work from its source, such that extraction of the principal features and characteristics of the source Licensed Material is impracticable. This includes but is not limited to License User derived Digital Elevation Models. Derived Products are not considered Licensed Materials. 1.e “Share” or “Sharing” means the transfer of Licensed Material to a Licensed User. 1.f “Third-Party” means any organization or party that is not listed as a Licensed User in Section 3 of this Agreement. 2. Per this Agreement, the Licensor grants the USG a perpetual, non-exclusive, non-transferable, irrevocable, worldwide license to the Licensed Materials as set forth below: 2.a License purchased rights for Licensed Materials are in perpetuity. 2.b Licensed Users may generate and share unlimited hardcopies and softcopies of the Licensed Materials purchased under Section 3. 2.c Licensed Users may generate unlimited Value-Added Products from Licensed Materials and share such products as described in Section 3. 2.d Licensed Users may generate unlimited Derived Products from the Licensed Materials and share without restriction. 2.e Licensee and Licensed Users shall preserve Licensor’s copyright markings and copyright metadata in Value-Added Products. 2.f Copyright markings shall be included on all Derived Products as appropriate. 3. Per this Agreement, Licensor grants the Licensee the following U.S. Government license for the purchase of Licensed Materials which allows for unlimited sharing to Licensed Users as described herein: 3.a Licensed Materials are shareable across all portions of the USG defined under Title 5 U.S.C. 101–105. 3.b Licensed Materials are shareable with the Executive Office of the President (EOP), members of Congress, and Congressional staff involved in the oversight of the entities identified in Section 3.a. 3.c Licensed Materials are shareable with State and Local Governments, Territories, and Tribal Authorities within the US. 3.d Licensed Materials are shareable with Non-Governmental Organizations and/or Non-Profit Organizations working for the purpose of entities found in Sub-Sections 3.a, 3.b, and 3.c. 3.e Licensed Materials are shareable with contractors, subcontractors, partners, and/or grantees supporting entities identified in Sub-Sections 3.a, 3.b, 3.c, and 3.d for the purpose of executing their contracts. 4. Per this Agreement, Licensor grants the Licensee the rights to share Licensed Materials subject to the following restrictions: 4.a The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid providing copies of or access to the Licensed Materials beyond what is necessary for the operation of the contract. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper copies or access to licensed material. 4.b The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid making the Licensed Materials available under any open source license or agreement to any third party or use the Licensed Materials in a manner that would subject the Licensed Materials to become subject to any open source license, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper open source release. 4.c The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid making the Licensed Materials available to a commercial entity or other third party for any commercial or revenue generating purpose except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding improper commercial use. 4.d The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid providing copies of or access to the Licensed Materials to a third party for their own use, apart from supporting the applicable contract, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper third party use. 4.e The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid allowing a third party to disclose or share the Licensed Materials with another third party (or the public), either publicly or privately, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper third party use. 4.f The Licensee may not place the Licensed Materials, or allow the Licensed Materials to be placed, into the public domain, or otherwise be publicly shared (e.g. public websites), except where stated herein. 4.g The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts for oversight and control of the use of the Licensed Materials. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper use of the licensed material. 5. Data First Produced By NASA: Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, any DATA first produced by or originating from NASA or the U.S. Government (“NASA DATA”) that is incorporated or aggregated into Licensed Materials (including, but not limited to Global Positioning System (GPS) DATA) shall retain its character, and the U.S. Government will have unlimited rights in such NASA DATA. 6. Limited Warranty: 6.a The Licensor disclaims all other warranties of any kind, whether express or implied, relating to the Licensed Material, including: (a) any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, or non-infringement; and (b) any warranty arising out of course of dealing, usage, or trade. The Licensor does not warrant that the Licensed Material will be uninterrupted, or free of errors. Upon notification, corrective action will be taken in accordance with the contract or purchase order the USG will notify the licensor in writing within twenty-one (21) calendar days after the date of delivery if the Licensed Material does not conform to the stated specifications. 6.b The USG will notify the Licensor in writing within twenty-one (21) calendar days after the date of delivery if the Licensed Material does not conform to the stated specifications. 7. Liability: 7.a To the fullest extent permitted by law, in no event will the Licensor or its affiliates be liable to the USG for any indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages (including damages for loss of profits, goodwill, or any other intangible loss) arising out of or relating to the USG’s use of the Licensed Material whether based on warranty, contract, tort (including negligence), statute, or any other legal theory. 7.b This Agreement shall not impair the USG’s right to recover for fraud or other crimes arising out of or related to this Agreement under any federal fraud statute, including the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729-3733. Furthermore, this Agreement shall not impair nor prejudice the USG’s right to express remedies provided in an existing government contract. 8. Any provisions of this Agreement that conflict with USG regulations are hereby superseded by the USG regulations to the extent required by applicable law. If there are any inconsistencies in this Agreement, the contract terms and conditions and Statement of Work shall take precedence. 9. The Program Office is granted authority to unilaterally uplift (as defined in the SOW within the Limitations of Funds Clauses) Licensed Material upon request from a Licensed User. 10. The Licensee may not assign or transfer this Agreement, or USG rights under this Agreement, outside the scope of this Agreement, in whole or in part, by operation of law or otherwise, without the Licensor’s prior written consent. 11. Questions or concerns regarding this Agreement or the Licensed Material described under this Agreement should be directed to the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition Program office.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF NON-DISCLOSURE I am aware that my involvement in Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition (CSDA) Program may result in access to proprietary information or other commercial data that is not available to the public. I acknowledge my understanding and NASA’s responsibilities as outlined in the Terms and Condition and/or EULA regarding this proprietary information. I understand that NASA considers proprietary information/commercial data to be Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and that, consequently, proprietary information must be safeguarded. I understand that any proprietary information under my control must be used and protected in accordance the Terms and Condition and/or EULA as well as all applicable laws, regulations, and NASA policy. I will not divulge, publish, or reveal by word, conduct, or any other means such information/commercial data to any unauthorized person. I understand that use of the proprietary information/commercial DATA is limited to Scientific use for or on behalf of the United States Government and only the United States Government may transfer or otherwise disclose the proprietary information/commercial Data to its related entities acting for or on its behalf. CSDA Program EULA for Planet Data. Please note: This EULA only applies to USG Federal Civil Agencies including National Science Foundation (NSF) and contractors, subcontractors, partners, and/or grantees supporting entities. (Excludes DoD and IC) This United States Government End User License Agreement (EULA) hereafter referred to as “this Agreement” is an agreement between the United States Government (USG) (Licensee) and the Contractor (Licensor). The EULA is incorporated into Licensor’s contract (“the Contract”) together with the supplemental terms included as Attachment C hereto. 1. The following definitions apply to this Agreement: 1.a “Licensed Material” means the data, metadata, and products provided by Licensor that are delivered or otherwise made available for Licensee’s use as set forth in the Agreement. This term strictly applies to the forms, formats, and other supporting data as received by Licensee. 1.b “Licensed User” means an authorized recipient and end user of Licensed Material according to Section 3 of this Agreement. 1.c “Value-Added Product” means a work that is created when a Licensed User modifies Licensed Material—through technical manipulation, addition of data, or both—where the principal features and characteristics of the source Licensed Material are retained in the work and are extractable through technical means. Value-Added Products created from Licensed Material received under this agreement will be considered as Licensed Material. 1.d “Derived Product” means a work that is created when a Licensed User exploits Licensed Material in a manner that irreversibly modifies and uncouples the work from its source, such that extraction of the principal features and characteristics of the source Licensed Material is impracticable. This includes but is not limited to License User derived Digital Elevation Models. Derived Products are not considered Licensed Materials. 1.e “Share” or “Sharing” means the transfer of Licensed Material to a Licensed User. 1.f “Third-Party” means any organization or party that is not listed as a Licensed User in Section 3 of this Agreement. 2. Per this Agreement, the Licensor grants the USG a perpetual, non-exclusive, non-transferable, irrevocable, worldwide license to the Licensed Materials as set forth below: 2.a License purchased rights for Licensed Materials are in perpetuity. 2.b Licensed Users may generate and share unlimited hardcopies and softcopies of the Licensed Materials purchased under Section 3. 2.c Licensed Users may generate unlimited Value-Added Products from Licensed Materials and share such products as described in Section 3. 2.d Licensed Users may generate unlimited Derived Products from the Licensed Materials and share without restriction. 2.e Licensee and Licensed Users shall preserve Licensor’s copyright markings and copyright metadata in Value-Added Products. 2.f Copyright markings shall be included on all Derived Products as appropriate. 3. Per this Agreement, Licensor grants the Licensee the following U.S. Government license for the purchase of Licensed Materials which allows for unlimited sharing to Licensed Users as described herein: 3.a Licensed Materials are shareable with USG Federal Civil Agencies (excluding DoD and IC) and National Science Foundation (NSF). 3.b Licensed Materials are shareable with contractors, subcontractors, partners, and/or grantees supporting entities identified in Sub-Sections 3.a for the purpose of executing their contracts. 4. Per this Agreement, Licensor grants the Licensee the rights to share Licensed Materials subject to the following restrictions: 4.a The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid providing copies of or access to the Licensed Materials beyond what is necessary for the operation of the contract. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper copies or access to licensed material. 4.b The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid making the Licensed Materials available under any open source license or agreement to any third party or use the Licensed Materials in a manner that would subject the Licensed Materials to become subject to any open source license, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper open source release. 4.c The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid making the Licensed Materials available to a commercial entity or other third party for any commercial or revenue generating purpose except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding improper commercial use. 4.d The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid providing copies of or access to the Licensed Materials to a third party for their own use, apart from supporting the applicable contract, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper third party use. 4.e The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts to avoid allowing a third party to disclose or share the Licensed Materials with another third party (or the public), either publicly or privately, except where stated herein. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper third party use. 4.f The Licensee may not place the Licensed Materials, or allow the Licensed Materials to be placed, into the public domain, or otherwise be publicly shared (e.g. public websites), except where stated herein. 4.g The Licensee will exercise reasonable efforts for oversight and control of the use of the Licensed Materials. The Licensor and Licensee will collaborate and coordinate regarding any concerns regarding improper use of the licensed material. 5. Data First Produced By NASA: Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, any DATA first produced by or originating from NASA or the U.S. Government (“NASA DATA”) that is incorporated or aggregated into Licensed Materials (including, but not limited to Global Positioning System (GPS) DATA) shall retain its character, and the U.S. Government will have unlimited rights in such NASA DATA. 6. Limited Warranty: 6.a The Licensor disclaims all other warranties of any kind, whether express or implied, relating to the Licensed Material, including: (a) any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, or non-infringement; and (b) any warranty arising out of course of dealing, usage, or trade. The Licensor does not warrant that the Licensed Material will be uninterrupted, or free of errors. Upon notification, corrective action will be taken in accordance with the contract or purchase order the USG will notify the licensor in writing within twenty-one (21) calendar days after the date of delivery if the Licensed Material does not conform to the stated specifications. 6.b The USG will notify the Licensor in writing within twenty-one (21) calendar days after the date of delivery if the Licensed Material does not conform to the stated specifications. 7. Liability: 7.a To the fullest extent permitted by law, in no event will the Licensor Planet or its affiliates be liable to the USG for any indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damages (including damages for loss of profits, goodwill, or any other intangible loss) arising out of or relating to the USG’s use of the Licensed Material whether based on warranty, contract, tort (including negligence), statute, or any other legal theory. 7.b This Agreement shall not impair the USG’s right to recover for fraud or other crimes arising out of or related to this Agreement under any federal fraud statute, including the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. 3729-3733. Furthermore, this Agreement shall not impair nor prejudice the USG’s right to express remedies provided in an existing government contract. 8. Any provisions of this Agreement that conflict with USG regulations are hereby superseded by the USG regulations to the extent required by applicable law. If there are any inconsistencies in this Agreement, the contract terms and conditions and Statement of Work shall take precedence. 9. The Licensee may not assign or transfer this Agreement, or USG rights under this Agreement, outside the scope of this Agreement, in whole or in part, by operation of law or otherwise, without the Licensor’s prior written consent. 10. Questions or concerns regarding this Agreement or the Licensed Material described under this Agreement should be directed to the Commercial Smallsat Data Acquisition Program office.

Scientific use: use by Licensed Users of the data products pursuant to a NASA-initiated, U.S. Government-funded, and/or U.S. Government-peer reviewed investigation established through a NASA Research Announcement or similar public notice of opportunity, and performed for the sole purpose of conducting experiments, evaluation, research, and/or development, including basic and applied research under a Government Science Program. Scientific use is not intended for the development of commercial products or services and does not include activities funded or sponsored by non-governmental organizations or activities outside of U.S. Government