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NOTE: The Solicitations and topics listed on this site are copies from the various SBIR agency solicitations and are not necessarily the latest and most up-to-date. For this reason, you should visit the respective agency SBIR sites to read the official version of the solicitations and download the appropriate forms and rules.


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  1. Focus Area 6: Life Support and Habitation Systems

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    The Life Support and Habitation Systems Focus Area seeks key capabilities and technology needs encompassing a diverse set of engineering and scientific disciplines, all of which provide technology solutions that enable extended human presence in deep space and on planetary surfaces such as Moon and Mars, including Orion, ISS, Gateway, Artemis and Human Landing Systems. The focus is on systems and ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Focus Area 15: Materials Research, Advanced Manufacturing, Structures, and Assembly

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    As NASA embarks on its mission for human exploration of the Moon as a step towards the human mission to Mars, taking full advantage of the potential offered by new and existing technologies will be critical to enabling sustainable Lunar and Mars presence. The Materials Research, Advanced Manufacturing, Structures and Assembly focus area seeks to address challenges such as lowering the cost of expl ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Focus Area 1: In-Space Propulsion Technologies

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    NASA is interested in technologies for advanced in-space propulsion systems to reduce travel time, increase payload mass, reduce acquisition costs, reduce operational costs, and enable new science capabilities for exploration and science spacecraft. The future will require demanding propulsive performance and flexibility for more ambitious missions requiring high duty cycles, more challenging env ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Focus Area 7: Human Research and Health Maintenance

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    NASA's Human Research Program (HRP) investigates and mitigates the highest risks to astronaut health and performance for exploration missions. HRP achieves this through a focused program of basic, applied and operational research leading to the development and delivery of: Human health, performance, and habitability standards. Countermeasures and other risk mitigation solutions. Advanced ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Focus Area 11: Spacecraft and Platform Subsystems

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    The Science Mission Directorate (SMD) will carry out the scientific exploration of our Earth, the planets, moons, comets, and asteroids of our solar system, and the universe beyond. SMD’s future direction will be moving away from exploratory missions (orbiters and flybys) into more detailed/specific exploration missions that are at or near the surface (landers, rovers, and sample returns) or at ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Focus Area 8: In-Situ Resource Utilization

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) involves any hardware or operation that harnesses and utilizes ‘in-situ’ resources (natural and discarded) to create products and services for robotic and human exploration. Local resources include ‘natural’ resources found on extraterrestrial bodies such as water, solar wind implanted volatiles (hydrogen, helium, carbon, nitrogen, etc.), vast quantities ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Focus Area 12: Entry, Descent, and Landing Systems

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    The SBIR focus area of Entry, Descent and Landing (EDL) includes the suite of technologies for atmospheric entry as well as descent and landing on both atmospheric and non-atmospheric bodies. EDL mission segments are used in both robotic planetary science missions and human exploration missions beyond Low Earth Orbit, and many technologies have application to emerging commercial space capabilities ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. Focus Area 17: Thermal Management Systems

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    From the smallest satellite to the most complicated human rated spacecraft, thermal is seen as an enabling function to a vehicle. Temperatures must be maintained within design limits, whether those be cryogenic systems for science instruments, or comfortable shirt sleeve operations temperatures for crew missions. As missions evolve and waste energy rejection becomes more of a demand, NASA seeks no ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Focus Area 21: Small Spacecraft Technologies

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    NASA is pursuing rapid identification, development, and testing of capabilities that exploit small spacecraft platforms and responsive launch capabilities to increase the pace of space exploration, scientific discovery, and the expansion of space commerce in a sustainable manner. These emerging capabilities have the potential to enable new mission architectures, enhance conventional missions, and ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Focus Area 2: Power, Energy and Storage

    Release Date: 01-06-2022Open Date: 01-06-2022Due Date: 03-09-2022Close Date: 03-09-2022

    Power is a ubiquitous technology need across many NASA missions. Within the SBIR Program, power is represented across a broad range of topics in human exploration, space science, space technology and aeronautics. New technologies are needed to generate electrical power and/or store energy for future human and robotic space missions and to enable hybrid electric aircraft that could revolutionize ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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