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NASA Is Tapping University Teams for Innovative Ideas to Enhance Its Moon to Mars Missions

1 Mar 2020, 13:37 UTC
NASA Is Tapping University Teams for Innovative Ideas to Enhance Its Moon to Mars Missions
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WASHINGTON (NASA PR) — NASA, in collaboration with the National Space Grant Foundation, is giving university teams the opportunity to develop innovative design ideas that will assist NASA’s Moon to Mars mission objectives.

The 2021 Moon to Mars eXploration Systems and Habitation (M2M X-Hab) Academic Innovation Challenge is an opportunity for NASA to build partnerships and tap into the ingenuity and creativity of the rising Artemis generation space explorers. This collaborative opportunity provides real-world, hands-on design, research and development opportunities for university students interested in aerospace careers while strengthening NASA’s efforts to optimize technology investments, foster innovation and facilitate technology infusion.

NASA’s Advanced Exploration Systems division will offer multiple competitively- selected awards ranging from $15,000- $50,000 to university teams to assist them in designing and producing studies, research findings or functional products that bridge strategic knowledge gaps, increase capabilities and lower technology risks related to NASA’s Moon to Mars space exploration missions. Proposals are due April 24, 2020.

M2M X-Hab 2021 Academic Innovation Challenge projects proposals will provide solutions for overcoming technology barriers and advancing technology in the following areas:

Habitation Systems: Habitation systems provide a safe place for astronauts to live and work in space and on planetary ...

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