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The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) will be the first in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) technology demonstration on Mars. Competitively selected in 2014, MOXIE will fly with the Mars 2020 mission in 2020, to land on Mars in 2021. Sponsored by HEOMD and the Space Technology Mission Directorate ...
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NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) division is pioneering innovative approaches and public-private partnerships to rapidly develop prototype systems, advance key capabilities, and validate operational concepts for future human missions beyond Earth orbit. AES activities are related to crew mo...
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The RadWorks project's overarching objective is the maturation and demonstration of affordable, enabling solutions to the radiation-related challenges presented to human exploration beyond Earth orbit.
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The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) project is a NASA-industry partnership with Bigelow Aerospace (BA) that is developing the first human-rated expandable (also called "inflatable") space habitat for demonstration on the International Space Station (ISS). The partnership offers NASA substa...
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The primary objective of the Advanced Space Suit project is to develop EVA Systems technology to enhance and enable efficient human exploration missions to any destination.  The project is focused on technologies for a new advanced Portable Life Support System (PLSS), Power and Avionics Systems, and...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration...
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The purposes of the SBIR/STTR programs, as established by law, are to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector; to strengthen the role of SBCs in meeting Federal research and development needs; to increase the commercial application of these research results; and to encourage partici...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) projects/HEOMD demonstration systems; and develop modular power design concepts that will guide the ground system demonstrations and modular component and assembly development for the d...

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The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) will be the first in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) technology demonstration on Mars. Competitively selected in 2014, MOXIE will fly with the Mars 2020 mission in 2020, to land on Mars in 2021. Sponsored by HEOMD and the Space Technology Mission Directorate ...
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NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) division is pioneering innovative approaches and public-private partnerships to rapidly develop prototype systems, advance key capabilities, and validate operational concepts for future human missions beyond Earth orbit. AES activities are related to crew mo...
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The RadWorks project's overarching objective is the maturation and demonstration of affordable, enabling solutions to the radiation-related challenges presented to human exploration beyond Earth orbit.
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The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) project is a NASA-industry partnership with Bigelow Aerospace (BA) that is developing the first human-rated expandable (also called "inflatable") space habitat for demonstration on the International Space Station (ISS). The partnership offers NASA substa...
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The primary objective of the Advanced Space Suit project is to develop EVA Systems technology to enhance and enable efficient human exploration missions to any destination.  The project is focused on technologies for a new advanced Portable Life Support System (PLSS), Power and Avionics Systems, and...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration...
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Solicit innovative ideas enabling new capabilities or radically altering current approaches to launch, build, and operate space systems.
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The purposes of the SBIR/STTR programs, as established by law, are to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector; to strengthen the role of SBCs in meeting Federal research and development needs; to increase the commercial application of these research results; and to encourage partici...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) projects/HEOMD demonstration systems; and develop modular power design concepts that will guide the ground system demonstrations and modular component and assembly development for the d...

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The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) will be the first in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) technology demonstration on Mars. Competitively selected in 2014, MOXIE will fly with the Mars 2020 mission in 2020, to land on Mars in 2021. Sponsored by HEOMD and the Space Technology Mission Directorate ...
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# 1 of 1357

3472 Views

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NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) division is pioneering innovative approaches and public-private partnerships to rapidly develop prototype systems, advance key capabilities, and validate operational concepts for future human missions beyond Earth orbit. AES activities are related to crew mo...
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The RadWorks project's overarching objective is the maturation and demonstration of affordable, enabling solutions to the radiation-related challenges presented to human exploration beyond Earth orbit.
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The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) project is a NASA-industry partnership with Bigelow Aerospace (BA) that is developing the first human-rated expandable (also called "inflatable") space habitat for demonstration on the International Space Station (ISS). The partnership offers NASA substa...
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The primary objective of the Advanced Space Suit project is to develop EVA Systems technology to enhance and enable efficient human exploration missions to any destination.  The project is focused on technologies for a new advanced Portable Life Support System (PLSS), Power and Avionics Systems, and...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration...
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Solicit innovative ideas enabling new capabilities or radically altering current approaches to launch, build, and operate space systems.
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2076 Views

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The purposes of the SBIR/STTR programs, as established by law, are to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector; to strengthen the role of SBCs in meeting Federal research and development needs; to increase the commercial application of these research results; and to encourage partici...
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AES Modular Power Systems Project

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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) projects/HEOMD demonstration systems; and develop modular power design concepts that will guide the ground system demonstrations and modular component and assembly development for the d...

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4311 Views

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The Mars Oxygen ISRU Experiment (MOXIE) will be the first in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) technology demonstration on Mars. Competitively selected in 2014, MOXIE will fly with the Mars 2020 mission in 2020, to land on Mars in 2021. Sponsored by HEOMD and the Space Technology Mission Directorate ...
« Previous Next »

# 1 of 1357

3472 Views

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NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) division is pioneering innovative approaches and public-private partnerships to rapidly develop prototype systems, advance key capabilities, and validate operational concepts for future human missions beyond Earth orbit. AES activities are related to crew mo...
« Previous Next »

# 2 of 1357

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The RadWorks project's overarching objective is the maturation and demonstration of affordable, enabling solutions to the radiation-related challenges presented to human exploration beyond Earth orbit.
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3164 Views

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The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM) project is a NASA-industry partnership with Bigelow Aerospace (BA) that is developing the first human-rated expandable (also called "inflatable") space habitat for demonstration on the International Space Station (ISS). The partnership offers NASA substa...
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The primary objective of the Advanced Space Suit project is to develop EVA Systems technology to enhance and enable efficient human exploration missions to any destination.  The project is focused on technologies for a new advanced Portable Life Support System (PLSS), Power and Avionics Systems, and...
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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration...
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2160 Views

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Solicit innovative ideas enabling new capabilities or radically altering current approaches to launch, build, and operate space systems.
« Previous Next »

# 8 of 1357

2076 Views

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The purposes of the SBIR/STTR programs, as established by law, are to stimulate technological innovation in the private sector; to strengthen the role of SBCs in meeting Federal research and development needs; to increase the commercial application of these research results; and to encourage partici...
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AES Modular Power Systems Project

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The AES Modular Power Systems (AMPS) project will demonstrate and infuse modular power electronics, batteries, fuel cells, and autonomous control for exploration ground system demonstrations; assess and provide recommendations for improvements of proposed power systems for other Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) projects/HEOMD demonstration systems; and develop modular power design concepts that will guide the ground system demonstrations and modular component and assembly development for the d...

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