The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) collection of SDS 930 documentation and tapes consists of printed
materials, data stored on magnetic tapes, and software on paper tapes. The collection ranges in date from 1961 to 1994. About
half of the collection is made up of documentation related to the SDS 930 and other contemporary machines, including manuals,
design drawings, logic diagrams, program libraries, and wire lists. The rest of the collection consists of paper tapes, which
are mainly diagnostic programs, and magnetic tapes, which hold satellite cloud and weather pattern data.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is a scientific agency within the United States Department of Commerce
that studies and reports information about oceans, climate, atmosphere, and related ecosystems. NOAA provides a variety of
services, such as climate predictions and projections, weather and water reports, nautical charts and navigational information,
fisheries management, and coastal restoration. NOAA also collects data on a range of environmental topics and publishes scientific
data sets for use by public, private, and academic sectors.
17.68 Linear feet,
5 record cartons, 4 newspaper boxes, 4 periodical boxes, and 5 other boxes
The Computer History Museum (CHM) can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying
any claims of the copyright holder. Requests for copying and permission to publish, quote, or reproduce any portion of the
Computer History Museum's collection must be obtained jointly from both the copyright holder (if applicable) and the Computer
The collection is open for research.