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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. H3.02: Monitoring and Fire Protection for Spacecraft Autonomy

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: JPL Participating Center(s): ARC, GRC, JSC, KSC, MSFC OCT Technology Area: TA06 Environmental Monitoring Technologies are desired to ensure that the chemical content of the air and water environment of the crew habitat falls within acceptable limits and the life support system is functioning properly and efficiently. Required technology characteristics include: 2 year shelf-life; fu ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. H3.03: Crew Accommodations and Water Recovery for Long Duration Missions

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): ARC, KSC, MSFC OCT Technology Area: TA06 Spacecraft crew accommodations requires volumetrically reconfigurable and hygienic crew interiors that maintain crew productivity. Advancements are required to reduce logistical packaging mass residual, repurpose logistical items for outfitting, provide extended wear clothing, clothes laundering, and metabolic wast ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. H3.04: Thermal Control Systems

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): GRC, GSFC, JPL, KSC, LaRC, MSFC OCT Technology Area: TA14 Future human spacecraft will venture far beyond the relatively benign environment of low Earth orbit. They will transit through the deep space, but they may encounter warm transient environments such as low lunar orbit. Some spacecraft elements may be launched untended and would operate at relative ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. H4: Extra-Vehicular Activity Technology

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Advanced Extra -Vehicular Activity (EVA) systems are necessary for the successful support of the International Space Station (ISS) beyond 2020 and future human space exploration missions for in-space microgravity EVA and for planetary surface exploration. Advanced EVA systems include the space suit pressure garment, airlocks, the Portable Life Support System (PLSS), Avionics and Displays, and EVA ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. H4.01: Space Suit Pressure Garment and Airlock Technologies

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): GRC OCT Technology Area: TA06 Advanced space suit pressure garment and airlock technologies are necessary for the successful support of the International space Station (ISS) and future human space exploration missions for in-space microgravity EVA and planetary surface operations. The space suit pressure garment requires innovative technologies focused on ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. H4.02: Space Suit Life Support and Avionics Systems

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): GRC OCT Technology Area: TA06 Space Suit Life Support Systems Advanced space suit life support systems are necessary for the successful support of the International Space Station (ISS) and future human space exploration missions for in-space microgravity EVA and planetary surface operations. Exploration missions will require a robust, lightweight, and ma ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. T12 : Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems, and Manufacturing This topic is extremely broad, covering five technology areas: materials, structures, mechanical systems, manufacturing, and cross-cutting technologies. The topic consists of enabling core disciplines and encompasses fundamental new capabilities that directly impact the increasingly stringent demands of NASA science and exploration missi ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. T12.01 : High Temperature Materials and Sensors for Propulsion Systems

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: GRC OCT Technology Area: TA12 Advanced high temperature materials and sensors are crosscutting technologies which can be used in component and subsystem applications essential in the design, development and health maintenance/detection needs of future generations of aeronautical and space propulsion systems. Proposals are sought that address: • Advanced high temperature materials ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. T12.02 : Materials and Manufacturing Technologies

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    Lead Center: MSFC Participating Center(s): GRC, JSC, LaRC OCT Technology Area: TA12 NASA’s science and exploration missions continue to seek materials and manufacturing techniques and capabilities that will allow missions of increased capability and reduced costs. These future missions depend highly on advancements such as lighter and stronger materials and manufacturing methods. Materials and ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. S1: Sensors, Detectors and Instruments

    Release Date: 09-17-2012Open Date: 09-17-2012Due Date: 11-29-2012Close Date: 11-29-2012

    NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) (http://nasascience.nasa.gov/) encompasses research in the areas of Astrophysics, Earth Science, Heliophysics and Planetary Science. The National Academy of Science has provided NASA with recently updated Decadal surveys that are useful to identify technologies that are of interest to the above science divisions. Those documents are available at the followi ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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