NASA funded: The SpaceCraft Oxygen Recovery (SCOR) project element has direct benefit to the International Space Station (ISS) Program. The advanced technologies developed under SCOR seek to close the atmosphere revitalization loop by improving on the rate of oxygen recovery from carbon dioxide over the state of the art used on the ISS. If successful, these technologies will be on track for consideration for flight demonstration on the ISS by our Human Exploration Operations Mission Directorate customer, the Advanced Exploration Systems Program. Furthermore, upon successful demonstration, the technology would be a viable option as an operational subsystem given interest by the ISS Program to further invest in the technology. NASA unfunded: The primary focus of the SpaceCraft Oxygen Recovery (SCOR) project element is to develop oxygen recovery technologies that enable long duration human exploration missions beyond low Earth orbit, including missions to Mars and surface habitation. Long duration missions to Mars will be severely mass constrained, thus technologies that seek to fully recycle human consumables will be essential. The technology could be demonstrated in the proving ground of cis-lunar space. Additionally, there are many commonalities between spacecraft environmental control and life support (ECLS) and in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) in the area of oxygen recovery from planetary resources such as carbon dioxide from Mars atmosphere. Advanced SCOR technologies have potential for cross-cutting development efforts with the ISRU community. OGA: The Department of Energy shares interests in this technology area in two technical areas: carbon dioxide reduction as a step in processes to reduce in carbon dioxide emissions and with respect to electrolysis as part of building a "hydrogen economyÓ. Commercial: This technology may benefit commercial space industry for those companies with interest in Space Commercialization for Lunar and Mars missions. Nation: This technology will benefit the nation as an enabling technology for human return to the Moon and missions to Mars, and the excitement, national pride, economic spinoffs, and scientific return such missions may offer. In addition, the contributions that SCOR technologies may make toward our nation's goals for global carbon dioxide reduction and reduction in dependence on fossil fuels through greater use of hydrogen fuels, benefits may result toward climate change, improved air quality and the economy.