Low cost, rugged, wide-angle EO laser scanning is a basic component that will find utility across a wide variety of NASA missions. When combined with laser ranging (ladar) this will enable autonomous rover navigation, auto-docking devices, space based laser altimeters for terrain mapping, and many more. EO scanners can also be used for very high bandwidth free-space-optical communications between vehicles, satellites, planes, and/or remote platforms. Finally, the unprecedented small size, weight, and power will enable deployment on previously inaccessible platforms such as miniature UAVs, balloons, buoys, and more. Rugged, low cost, wide-angle EO laser scanners, which have been an elusive goal for many years, have a large variety of applications. These include: free space optical (FSO) communications, micro-ladar for security and robotic vision, laser profilometers, environmental monitors (when combined with tunable lasers), and many more. Our technology will provide an increase of several orders of magnitude in the angular range of traditional electro-optic beamsteerers leading to wider spread electro-optic replacement of mechanical beamsteerers.