The impacts of a successful Phase 1 and Phase 2 flight experiment development; and successful ISS space flight TRL 7+ validation of the ROSA technology will provide a reliable replacement for expensive and inferior-performing solar arrays, will enable many future NASA missions requiring: high specific power, high stiffness / strength, scalability / modularity, high stowed packaging efficiency, autonomous retraction and re-deployment capability, large-area / high power capability, high voltage operation, LILT operation, and high radiation survivability; including many of NASA's Exploration and Planetary Science missions, and will provide a next generation technology for ultra-reliable, elegantly simple and low-cost high-performance flex blanket solar array applications. The ROSA technology is very well suited for high-power, high voltage Exploration missions, SEP missions, deep space LILT missions, high strength and high stiffness CEV, COTS/CRS, rovers, and other NASA mission applications requiring significant design flexibility, scalability, modularity and low cost. ROSA is also ideal as a direct replacement solar array for the large number of projected future commercial communications satellites that require ever-increasing power levels, and DoD surveillance / communication applications requiring the highest performing solar arrays. The proposed (ISS-flight validated) technology will undoubtedly provide discriminating performance and will be mission-enabling for many commercial and DoD space missions / applications when compared to current state-of-the-art systems. The ROSA technology's ultra-high performance, affordability (less expensive than rigid arrays), configuration flexibility and low-parts, and elegantly-simple deployment reliability is game-changing for the commercial space solar array industry.