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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. S16.07: Cryogenic Systems for Sensors and Detectors

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:High-EfficiencyCryocoolersScopeDescription:Low-temperaturecoolers:NASA seeks improvements to multistagelow-temperature spaceflight cryocoolers. Coolers are sought with thelowest temperature stage typically in the range of 4 to 10 K, withcooling power at the coldest stage larger than currently available andwith high efficiency. The desired cooling power is application specific,but includ ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. S16.08: Quantum Sensing: Atomic sensors, optical atomic clocks, andsolid-state systems

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title:OpticalAtomic ClocksScopeDescription:The ability to precisely measure time is a criticalenabling technology across NASA technology and space applications. Inparticular, navigating in cislunar space and inGlobal-Positioning-System- (GPS-) denied environments terrestrially hasincreased the need for more precise time-keeping technologies. Clocksbased on atomic transitions have been the wo ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. S12.01: Exoplanet Detection and Characterization Technologies

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title:Controlof Scattered Starlight withCoronagraphsScopeDescription:This scope addresses the unique problem of theimaging and spectroscopic characterization of faint astrophysicalobjects that are located within the obscuring glare of much brighterstellar sources. Examples include planetary systems beyond our own, thedetailed inner structure of galaxies with very bright nuclei, binarystar fo ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. S12.02: Precision Deployable Optical Structures and Metrology

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Precision Optical Metering Structuresand InstrumentsScopeDescription:The need for continued innovationon optical systems and fabrication technologies as applied toultraviolet to far-infrared telescopes should be encouraged by theparticipation of small businesses and others. New compositematerials, advanced and nanotechnology manufacturing, and new opticaltechniques could provide the nec ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. S12.03: Advanced Optical Systems and Fabrication/Testing/Control Technologiesfor Extended-Ultraviolet/Optical to Mid-/Far-Infrared Telescopes

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Materials, Substrates, Structures, andMechanisms for Advanced OpticalSystemsScopeDescription:This scope solicits mirror systemtechnology solutions that enable or enhance telescopes for missions ofany size (from balloon or CubeSat to Flagship) operating at anywavelength from ultraviolet/optical (UV/O) to mid-/far-infrared(IR). A mirror system is defined as the substrate(material and cor ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. S12.04: X-Ray Mirror Systems Technology, Coating Technology for X-Ray-UVOIR(Ultraviolet-Optical-Infrared), and Free-Form Optics

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title:X-RayMirror Systems TechnologyScopeDescription:NASA large x-rayobservatories require low-cost, ultrastable, preferably lightweightmirrors with high-reflectance optical coatings and effective stray-lightsuppression. The current state of the art of mirror fabricationtechnology for x-ray missions is very expensive and time consuming.Additionally, a number of improvements such as 1 arcsec ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. S13.03: Extreme Environments Technology

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    Scope Title:ExtremeEnvironments TechnologyScopeDescription:NASA'smissions support a diversity of environments with extreme conditionsthat are not observed on Earth. Traditional approaches for building aspacecraft for these environments call for the use ofenvironmental protective housings to keep the instruments and otherhardware in Earth-like conditions. These environmental protectivehousings ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. S13.04: Contamination Control and Planetary Protection

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Contamination Control (CC) and PlanetaryProtection (PP) Implementation and VerificationScopeDescription:NASA is seeking innovative approaches toaddress the above-mentioned CC and PP challengesthrough:Analytical and physics-basedmodeling technologies and techniques to quantify and validate submicronparticulate contamination.Low-energy surface materialcoatings to prevent or minimize conta ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. S16.04: High-Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS) Capability Demonstration

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:High-Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS)Capability DemonstrationScopeDescription:NASA is interested in increasedutilization of innovative, cost-effective HAPS, includingboth heavier andlighter than air, to perform NASA missions in thestratosphere in order to supplement current piloted and satelliteplatforms. HAPS are a new and exciting capability forproviding persistent communications and ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Z2.02: High-Performance Space Computing Technology

    Release Date: 04-18-2023Open Date: 04-18-2023Due Date: 03-11-2024Close Date: 03-11-2024

    ScopeTitle:Coprocessors for Digital SignalProcessing (DSP) and Artificial Intelligence(AI)ScopeDescription:Create a proof-of-concept (POC)end-to-end software/firmware/field-programmable gate array (FPGA)bitstream stack using an open-source framework (like OpenCL) toenable heterogeneous compute offload for space-grade ReducedInstruction Set Computer-V (RISC-V) processors. Coprocessors to (a)acceler ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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