Potential NASA Commercial Applications: NASA employs active (radar) and passive (radiometer) microwave sensors for a wide range of remote sensing applications. These sensors include low frequency (less than 10 MHz) sounders to G-band (160 GHz) radars for measuring precipitation and clouds, for planetary landing, upper atmospheric monitoring, and global snow coverage. Alphacore's technology supports these future radar and radiometer missions and applications. Examples of target missions are: CubeSats, GACM, CAMLS, A-SMLS, SOFIA and GUSSTO. Other NASA programs that can greatly benefit from the proposed technology include solar system exploration missions (Europa Clipper, TSSM, VESPER, MARVEL, comet nucleus return, New Discovery and Living with a Star), Mars missions (MAVEN) and lunar orbiters and landers. The Jupiter-bound missions, such as the Europa Clipper and Io Volcano Observer missions, can greatly benefit from the PA due to its very high radiation hardness. The planetary and smaller body lander missions (Mars, Titan, Moon) can also greatly benefit from the PA since it will be developed to perform well in low temperatures, all the way down to -240˚C.