There are current spacecraft and instrument thermal insulation needs outside of NASA that would benefit from ultra-high performance Integrated MLI (IMLI). For example, Ball Aerospace currently provides MLI for spacecraft for NASA, DoD and commercial space ventures. The DoD space market is about equal to the NASA and commercial market, or approximately $100M over twenty years. Quest and Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation (Ball) have an exclusive cross-licensing agreement, whereby Ball has exclusive right to IMLI and derivatives for aerospace application. Ball is a current leading provider of conventional MLI, and as a strategic partner and vendor to space transportation and launch service prime contractors will commercialize IMLI once it is flight qualified. ULA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and other aerospace vendors have expressed interest in IMLI. Quest has exclusive right to all other (terrestrial) applications. There are numerous known aerospace applications for IMLI: ¬ï cryogenic propellant insulation for commercial launch vehicle cryogenic upper stages ¬ï cryogenic propellant insulation for large cryotanks storing LOX and LH2 in orbiting fuel depots ¬ï thermal insulation for spacecraft, satellites, space instruments and space stations The total spacecraft, instruments and cryogenic propulsion insulation needs from NASA and commercial spacecraft is estimated at $3M - $5M per year, and up to $100M over a twenty year span. Integrated Multi-Layer Insulation (IMLI) is a next generation MultiLayer Insulation with significant advantages over conventional MLI, and could provide superior thermal insulation for use in NASA spacecraft, launch vehicles, space instruments, space stations, landers and orbiting fuel depots. IMLI Advantages include: ¬ï 27% better performance per layer than the best conventional MLI ¬ï Fewer layers required for same heat leak as MLI ¬ï IMLI has 67% of the mass of conventional MLI for same number layers ¬ï Robust bonded up structure with layer spacing precisely controlled ¬ï More predictable and repeatable performance ¬ï Seaming technique enables temperature matched layers at seams ¬ï Ability to be installed onto a large cryotank in panels ¬ï Thermal conductance of 0.53 W/m2 achieved (20 layers, 77K 295K) ¬ï Faster vent down and less residual heat load during launch ascent ¬ï 16 to 50% lower fabricated and installed cost than MLI IMLI has been developed to TRL6 with prototypes tested in a relevant environment. IMLI would benefit from an opportunity for a technology demonstration flight on the "CRYOTE" Propellant Storage and Transfer demonstration testbed, reaching TRL9 and ready for infusion into NASA missions.