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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 19: Integrated Flight Systems

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

    This focus area includes technologies thatcontribute to the Integrated Aviation Systems Program's (IASP) objectives. IASPconducts flight-oriented, system-level research and technology development toeffectively mature and transition advanced aeronautic technologies into futureair vehicles and operational systems, including urban air mobility. IASP focuseson the rigorous execution of highly complex ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. Focus Area 20: Airspace Operations and Safety

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

    This focus area includes technologies supporting theAirspace Operations and Safety Program (AOSP), which supports NASA's ARMDStrategic Thrusts 1, 5, and 6. AOSP performs research to develop revolutionaryair traffic management and operational safety concepts for the transformation ofthe National Airspace System (NAS). These technologies benefit the public byincreasing capacity, decreasing fuel cons ...

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

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

    NASA is pursuingrapid identification, development, and testing of capabilities that exploitsmall spacecraft platforms and responsive launch capabilities to increase thepace of space exploration, scientific discovery, and the expansion of spacecommerce in a sustainable manner. These emerging capabilities have the potentialto enable new mission architectures, enhance conventional missions, and promo ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  4. Focus Area 22: Low Earth Orbit Platform Utilization and Microgravity Research

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

    The SpaceOperations Mission Directorate (SOMD) provides mission-critical space operationsservices to both NASA customers and other partners within the U.S. andthroughout the world: operating the International Space Station (ISS); ensuringsafe and reliable access to space, and ensuring the health and safety ofastronauts. Additionally, the SOMD is chartered with enabling the development ofa robust c ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  5. Focus Area 24: Dust Mitigation and Extreme Lunar Environment Mitigation Technologies

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

    A number of space exploration missions to planetary bodies have notedsignificant deleterious effects due to extreme environments. Fine dust can foulmechanisms, alter thermal properties, obscure optical systems, abrade textiles,and scratch surfaces. Temperatures on the lunar surface vary from 35 Kto 400 K, imposing extreme operational constraints on architecturalelements. The goal of this focus a ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Z10.01: Cryogenic Fluid Management

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

    ScopeTitle:Cryogenic Fluid Management(CFM)ScopeDescription:Thissubtopic seeks technologies related to the following:Subgrid computational fluiddynamics (CFD) model of the film condensation process for 1g and low-g(lunar or Martian) to be implemented into commercial industry-standardCFD codes. The subgrid model should capture the formation and growth ofthe liquid layer as well as its movement along ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Z10.05: Rotating Detonation Rocket Engine Nozzles and Instrumentation

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

    ScopeTitle:High-Area-Ratio Rotating DetonationRocket Engine Nozzle for In-SpaceApplicationsScopeDescription:Innovative designsby which RDRE combustion products can be optimally expanded to producenear-ideal thrust at minimum hardware mass/length are desired. A typicalRDRE nozzle has an aerospike-like plug nozzle attached to the centerbody and an outer cowl or expansion contour. It is not currently ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. S13.06: Dynamic Power Conversion

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

    ScopeTitle:High-Efficiency Power ConversionTechnologies ScopeDescription:High-efficiency RPSs aredesired across a range of power levels. A lower power RPS could convertsingle-digit thermal watts available from one or more 1-Wth light-weightradioisotope heater units (LWRHUs) to a few electric watts for poweringbattery chargers on distributed networks or small sciencestations. A higher power RPS co ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Z1.05: Lunar and Planetary Surface Power Management and Distribution

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

    ScopeTitle:Radiation-Tolerant, High-Voltage PowerComponents for Lunar and MarsMissionsScopeDescription:NASA’s directives forspace exploration and habitation require high-performance, high-voltagetransistors and diodes capable of operating without damage in thenatural space radiation environment. Recently, significant progress hasbeen made in the research community in understanding the mechanisms ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. Z1.09: Energy Storage for the Lunar/Mars Surface

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

    Scope Title:AdvancedSecondary BatteriesScopeDescription:Advancedsecondary/rechargeable batteries that go beyond state-of-the-artlithium-ion batteries and can safely provide >300 Wh/kg (at 20°C) at the cell level are of interest. For lunarsurface applications, these secondary batteries are expected to operatesafely and continuously over a lunar day-night cycle at mid-latitudelocations where the te ...

    SBIRPhase INational Aeronautics and Space Administration
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