The high-Isp ion propulsion, in addition to the low-cost radiation tolerant electronics needed for the lunar mission, is crucial for future deep space missions. Exploring our solar system with low-cost robotic/scout vehicles as precursors for human missions or science missions will benefit from these technologies. Busek's revolutionary iodine RF ion thruster enables small satellites to fly beyond earth orbit and can be used in close proximity operations. Potential NASA applications include missions to the moon (such as the upcoming EM-1 mission), inner planets and asteroids. Additionally, this mini ion propulsion system is ideal for drag make-up applications for earth observation (EO) missions from low flying platforms, down to altitudes of ~200km. Altitude reduction is essential for high resolution EO from small, low-cost satellites that are by definition unsuitable for large optical or RF apertures and thus lower altitude is the only option for higher image resolution. Potential post applications of MSU's multi-band communications systems include productization and marketing to the small satellite community for a variety of applications in LEO and beyond. The capabilities and flexibility of this system (software controlled frequency agility and controllable, variable power output combined with a variety of modulation schemes) combined with an extremely low price point will make the system attractive to small satellite developers supported by NASA.The market size for the LunarCube's iodine ion propulsion system is very large. Potential non-NASA customers include commercial human exploration and presence in space, commercial asteroid missions, DoD and commercial EO missions. Busek has already received significant interest from science and commercial missions including lunar exploration, asteroid prospecting, etc. NRO has also indicated interest in this propulsion technology for stationkeeping LEO spacecraft. MSU's LunarCube C&DH system will also be ultimately produced for both the small satellite and UAV markets. The small size, low power consumption and significant processing capabilities combined with low cost and expandability, will make this C&DH system competitive in these markets.