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  1. Predicting 3D atmospheric structure from geostationary satellites

    SBC: ZEUS AI, INC.            Topic: S17

    3D atmospheric wind is a key missing observable in NASA#39;s Earth Observation System (EOS) and presents large initial condition uncertainties in data assimilation systems. Atmospheric motion vectors (AMVs), which track cloud/water vapor movement and assign a height, provide key passively sensed initial condition information for numerical weather prediction. However, data produced by current opera ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Improved Design, Fabrication, and Testing of an Ascent Vehicle Reaction Control System

    SBC: ULTRAMET            Topic: S13

    Sample return missions generally have the largest velocity change (Delta;V) requirements for a mission to a given body, especially bodies with large gravity wells. For every gram of liftoff mass removed from the return vehicle, the incremental reduction in gross liftoff mass from Earth is several orders of magnitude greater. Consequently, any technology that can reduce the mass that must be lifted ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Soft X-ray sCMOS Detectors for Space Exploration

    SBC: Sydor Instruments, LLC            Topic: S12

    The discoveries made in astronomy and astrophysics rely on continued scientific advances in detecshy;tor technology. Recent advancements like detecting gravitational waves and imaging distant galactic bodies in search of life have taken advantage of decades of progress in scientific instrumentation. To continue these advancements, the Astronomy and Astrophysics survey for the 2020#39;s identifies ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Sediment Sequestration for Hot Water Drilling Cryobots

    SBC: STONE AEROSPACE, INC.            Topic: S13

    This proposal responds to Focus Area 4: Robotic Systems for Space Exploration; subtopic S13.01: Robotic Mobility, Manipulation, and Sampling describes a need for technologies that provide improved robotic mobility for ocean world deep drilling and water access. This proposal addresses this need with a solution for sediment buildup in the melt stream of ocean world ice penetrating robots (cryobots) ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Rapid, Low-Cost Drug-Discovery in Space

    SBC: SACHI BIOWORKS, INC.            Topic: H8

    While the space is nominally considered a ldquo;harshrdquo; environment for sustaining life due to its atmosphere, microgravity, and exposure to intense galactic cosmic rays (GCR), causing adverse health effects like accelerated aging, DNA damage, tissue damage, and disease, it also offers unique opportunities for development and screening of therapeutic modalities that can immensely benefit thera ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Phase II Lunar ISRU Contaminant Tolerant Scroll Vacuum Pump (CTSVP)

    SBC: Air Squared, Inc.            Topic: Z12

    NASA seeks to develop novel oxygen extraction concepts that allow for the production of oxygen on the surface of the Moon using Lunar regolith. As part of this system, in situ resource utilization (ISRU) process requires a pressurized volume to be evacuated to prevent the loss of products to the vacuum of space. While processing the regolith, some of the released gasses have acidic elements that m ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Persistently Antimicrobial Polyurethanes for Improved Pressure Garment Bladders

    SBC: TEXAS RESEARCH INSTITUTE , AUSTIN, INC.            Topic: H4

    NASA is seeking improvements to current spacesuit pressure garment bladders in several key areas, including increased microbial resistance, imparting self-healing capabilities, and decreasing the friction between the bladder and surrounding materials. To create these improvements, TRI Austin proposes further development of new polyurethane materials that were demonstrated in Phase I to have antimi ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Low Viscosity, High Strength Adhesive Materials with Low CTE

    SBC: NANOSONIC INC.            Topic: S12

    NanoSonic shall develop and demonstrate a novel low viscosity, UV curable adhesive that will possess high strength, high glass transition temperatures (Tg), and low coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) for precise bonding. NanoSonic will validate the proposed cycloaliphatic epoxy silane adhesive material that is molecularly engineered for rapid, near room temperature photocuring and display low ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Persistent, Robust Navigation & Control in Autonomous Rendezvous, Formation Flight, and Docking

    SBC: SCOUT SPACE INC            Topic: S16

    Autonomous rendezvous and docking is a key technology for many important space missions such as space debris management, supply to the International Space Station, on-orbit satellite maintenance, and large-scale structure assembly and satellite networking. This proposal accounts for an active spacecraft, namely deputy, approaching a chief spacecraft in close-range rendezvous and in proximity auton ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Micro Space Foundry for On-Orbit Recycling and Metal Materials Production

    SBC: CISLUNAR INDUSTRIES USA INC            Topic: Z3

    CisLunar Industries is developing an innovative engineering solution to enable the recycling of spent upper stages, satellites, and space debris, thereby transforming otherwise dangerous material into feedstock for on-orbit manufacturing.Our recycling technology will take scavenged space debris and reprocess it into standardized metal feedstock in the form of rod, wire filament, and other useful g ...

    SBIR Phase II 2022 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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