GSFC

AcronymDefinition
GSFCGoddard Space Flight Center (NASA; Greenbelt, MD, USA)
GSFCGeorgia Student Finance Commission (Tucker, GA)
GSFCGujarat State Fertilizers Chemicals (India)
GSFCGujarat State Financial Corporation
GSFCGujarat State Fertilizers Company
GSFCGeorge Strait Fan Club
GSFCGujarat State Fertilisers Corporation
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Raw material : operation and maintenance works of gsfc 10 mw, gacl 20 mw spv power plant at charanka, gujrat for a period of 5 years
"Our team has provided support for NASA's environmental test and integration services at NASA GSFC since 2014.
"If you were to stand on a mountaintop, you might get knocked over by a fast wind," explains lead author Li-Jen Chen of the University of Maryland and GSFC. "Fortunately, as the solar wind crashes into Earth's magnetic field, the bow shock protects us by slowing down this wind and changing it to a nice, warm breeze.
The senior debt securities of GSFC will be unconditionally guaranteed by GS and therefore the debt level rating of 'A' would change in conjunction with any changes to GS's Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs).
GSFC's only desire has been to bring the construction and development of the Wynyard Potash project (the "Wynyard Project") to fruition.
Nanda, GSFC chairman and managing director told Khaleej Times that India is set to scale up the use of solar energy-powered pumping systems and aims to make solar energy account for more than 10 per cent of the energy mix by 2020.
He headed the GSFC between 2003 and 2006 but was forced to resign two years ahead of his retirement in 2008 just because he refused to follow an order to concede certain concessions to a contractor.
Research and Forecasting system (WRF) and NASA GSFC furnished Land Information
TIFERT is a joint venture between India's Coromandel and GSFC and Tunisia's Groupe Chimique Tunisian and Campagnie Des Phosphate De Gafsa.
Lurgi GmbH, Germany, who has provided number of similar projects globally, will be providing technology, know-how, basic design, supply of proprietary items and technical advisory services to GSFC. The agreement was signed between GSFC and Lurgi GmbH, Germany at Corporate Office of GSFC, Fertilizernagar, Vadodara, Gujarat recently.
Summary: Tunisian Indian Fertilisers (TIFERT) is a joint venture (JV) company between India's Coromandel and Gujarat State Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd (GSFC) and Tunisia's Groupe Chimique Tunisian (GCT) and Campagnie Des Phosphate De Gafsa (CPG).
The transaction is subject to regulatory approval from GSFC in Guernsey and AMF in France.