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Q: How do I obtain NASA Geometry Laboratory Software?
A: NASA Geometry Laboratory Software is available to the U.S. Government and its contractors as well as other U.S. entities (universities, industry, etc.). The first step in obtaining our software is to complete the appropriate Online Software Request Form. This will electronically generate a request for software, but only alerts us of your request. Our software release agent will fax or send you a copy of NASA's standard Software User's Agreement. Once the Software User's Agreement has been signed and returned, your request for software will be processed and you will receive a license key file and instructions as to how to download the software.
Q: How can I use NASA Geometry Laboratory resources?
A: NASA Geometry Laboratory accounts are available to employees of NASA LaRC and its contractors. Accounts may also be requested by other government, industry, and educational partners of NASA LaRC. Interested parties should contact Norma Farr or Bill Jones for further information.

Q: When is TetrUSS (GridTool) training held?
A: TetrUSS training is scheduled for the 1st full week of every month. Interested parties may contact Edward Parlette for details and signup.

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