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  1. Focus Area 1: In-Space Propulsion Technologies

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    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 envi ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Focus Area 3: Autonomous Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    The exploration of space requires the best of the nation's technical community to provide the technologies that will enable human and robotic exploration beyond Low Earth Orbit (LEO): to establish a lunar presence, to visit asteroids, to extend human reach to Mars, and for increasingly ambitious robotic missions such as a Europa Lander. Autonomous Systems technologies provide the means of migr ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Focus Area 4: Robotic Systems for Space Exploration

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    This focus area includes development of robotic systems technologies (hardware and software) that will enable and enhance future space exploration missions. In the coming decades, robotic systems will continue to change the way space is explored. Robots will be used in all mission phases: as independent explorers operating in environments too distant or hostile for humans, as precursor systems ope ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Focus Area 5: Communications and Navigation

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    NASA seeks proposals to produce high impact developments in communications and navigation technologies to support space science and exploration missions, including the return of humans to the lunar surface. Missions are generating ever-increasing data volumes that require increased performance from communications systems while minimizing spacecraft impact. This requires higher peak throughput from ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Focus Area 6: Life Support and Habitation Systems

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    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. The focus is on those mission systems and elements that directly support astronaut crews, suc ...

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

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    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. ISRU encompasses a broad range of systems, and is typically divided into six focus areas: Resource Assessment, Resource Acquisition, Resource Processing/Consumable Production, In Situ M ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Focus Area 9: Sensors, Detectors and Instruments

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    NASA's Science Mission Directorate (SMD) (https://science.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 https://si ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. T11.03: Distributed Digital Ledger for Aerospace Applications

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    Lead Center: MSFC Participating Center(s): ARC, GSFC, LaRC Technology Area: TA11 Modeling, Simulation, Information Technology and Processing Scope DescriptionA Blockchain is a decentralized, online record keeping system, or ledger, maintained by a network of computers that verify and record transactions using established cryptographic techniques. A Blockchain is a data structure that makes it p ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. T11.04: Digital Assistants for Science and Engineering

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    Lead Center: LaRC Participating Center(s): ARC Technology Area: TA11 Modeling, Simulation, Information Technology and Processing Scope Description NASA is seeking innovative solutions that combine modern digital technologies (e.g., natural language processing, speech recognition, machine vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence, and virtual reality and augmented reality) to create ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. T12.01: Thin-Ply Composite Technology and Applications

    Release Date: 01-18-2020Open Date: 01-21-2020Due Date: 03-20-2020Close Date: 03-20-2020

    Lead Center: LaRC Participating Center(s): GRC Technology Area: TA12 Materials, Structures, Mechanical Systems and Manufacturing Scope Description The use of thin-ply composites is one area of composites technology that has not yet been fully explored or exploited. Thin-ply composites are those with cured ply thicknesses below 0.0025 in., and commercially available prepregs are now available w ...

    STTRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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