Similar advantages would also apply to a large variety of DoD programs, as well as commercial applications, especially some of the larger telescope systems currently being designed for land-based systems. Some land-based telescope systems would include the GSMT, Euro 50, OWL, and Kelt, programs. DoD systems currently identified that would have a keen interest in this technology would include the Predator, MKV, EKV, and ADLT systems, among others. The technology developed during this program would be applicable for the rapid production of any large aperture, lightweight, high performance, low cost, SiC optical mirrors for a wide variety of applications. NASA uses would include virtually all land, air or space based systems. It is possible that the technology could be applied to the James Webb telescope, but the timing is likely to lag the desired schedule for that particular system. Other NASA programs in the areas of grazing incidence X-ray, visible, UV-EUV, and solar facing optical systems could also take advantage of the technology developed during this program.