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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. T8.03 : Science Instruments for Small Missions (SISM)

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

    Lead Center: ARC OCT Technology Area: TA08 Advancements in supporting spacecraft technologies are making small spacecraft more and more capable. Features such as extensive computing power, attitude determination and control systems, and even propulsion are allowing mission designers to consider small and very small spacecraft to perform operational and scientific investigations. However, one are ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. T9: Entry, Descent and Landing Systems

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

    Entry, Descent, and Landing, consists of four sub-technology areas: • Aeroassist and entry. • Descent. • Landing. • Vehicle systems technology. Entry, Descent and Landing (EDL) is a critical technology that enables many of NASA’s landmark missions, including Earth reentry, Moon landings, and robotic landings on Mars. The EDL topic defines entry as the phase from arrival through hype ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. T9.01 : Technologies for Aerospace Experimental Capabilities

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

    Lead Center: DFRC Participating Center(s): ARC, JSC, KSC, LaRC OCT Technology Area: TA09 The emphasis of this subtopic is proving feasibility, developing, and demonstrating technologies for advanced Aerospace research experimentation that matures new methodologies, technologies, and concepts. It seeks advancements that promise significant gains in NASA's experimental research capabilities or addr ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. T10: Nanotechnology

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

    Nanotechnology, addresses four subareas: engineered materials and structures, energy generation and storage, propulsion, and sensors, electronics, and devices. Nanotechnology describes the manipulation of matter and forces at the atomic and molecular levels and includes materials or devices that possess at least one dimension within a size range of 1-100nm. At this scale, quantum mechanical forces ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. H1: In-Situ Resource Utilization

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

    The purpose of In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) is to harness and utilize resources (both natural and discarded material) at the site of exploration to create products and services which can enable and significantly reduce the mass, cost, and risk of near-term and long-term space exploration. The ability to make propellants, life support consumables, fuel cell reagents, and radiation shielding ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. H1.01: In-Situ Resource Utilization

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

    Lead Center: JSC Participating Center(s): ARC, GRC, KSC OCT Technology Area: TA07 Converting in-situ resources into propellants, energy storage reactants, or other useful products at the site of exploration, known as in-situ resource utilization (ISRU), versus transporting from Earth can significantly reduce the cost and risk of human exploration while at the same time enabling new mission concep ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. T10.01 : Innovative Refractory Materials for Rocket Propulsion Testing

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

    Lead Center: SSC Participating Center(s): KSC OCT Technology Area: TA10 NASA has identified the advancement of materials as a critical technological need in supporting future space flight and rocket test operations. Specifically, innovative materials for thermal management applications have been targeted with the additional goal of furthering nanotechnology. With the development of these new mult ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. H2: Space Transportation

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

    Achieving space flight remains a challenging enterprise. It is an undertaking of great complexity, requiring numerous technological and engineering disciplines and a high level of organizational skill. Human Exploration requires advances in operations, testing, and propulsion for transport to the earth orbit, the moon, Mars, and beyond. NASA is interested in making space transportation systems mor ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. H2.01: Cryogenic Fluid Management Technologies

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

    Lead Center: GRC Participating Center(s): ARC, GSFC, JSC, KSC OCT Technology Area: TA02 This subtopic solicits technologies related to cryogenic propellant storage, transfer, and instrumentation to support NASA's exploration goals. Proposed technologies should feature enhanced safety, reliability, long-term space use, economic efficiency over current state-of-the-art, or enabling technologies to ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. H2.02: In-Space Propulsion Systems

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

    Lead Center: GRC Participating Center(s): JSC, MSFC OCT Technology Area: TA02 This solicitation intends to examine a range of key technology options associated with cryogenic, non-toxic storable, and solid core nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) systems for use in future exploration missions. Non-toxic engine technology, including new mono and bipropellants, is desired for use in lieu of the curr ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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