Deep-UV Raman spectroscopy is a powerful tool to identify a variety of gas, liquid, and solid materials critical to understanding the evolution of the solar system and the universe. Compact and ultrastable DUV laser sources can be used for analysis of geological and mineralogical planetary composition, planetary habitability assessment, and for the search of past life on Mars, and for human protection in space. Deep UV sources can be broadly used for Raman spectroscopy, laser cooling and trapping, laser inspection, optical data storage, metrology, biomedical applications, and laser lithography. The ultra-stable, high power, narrow-linewidth 976nm laser has applications beyond this program including laser sources for nonlinear wavelength conversion, and as a low noise laser pumps for a variety of lasers at 1 ??m and 1.5 ??m. The 488 nm blue laser, which is part of 244 nm system, has potential applications in submarine imaging, sensing, communications, data storage, undersea oil exploration, full color displays, and medicine.