NASA Program Announcement
NASA’s latest Tech Flights solicitation seeking promising space technology payloads for testing on commercial suborbital vehicles is now open.
Mandatory abstracts due: March 20, 2020Proposals due: April 24, 2020
View the full Tech Flights solicitation on NSPIRES. This is also where abstracts and all other proposal materials must be submitted.
Have questions about the proposal process? We will be holding two information sessions to address questions and provide information about what’s new in the 2020 solicitation:
March 11 at 12 p.m. PDT March 12 at 8 a.m. PDT
Visit NSPIRES for details about how to join one of these two sessions, which will be live streamed via WebEx. Slides from the presentation will be available online after the sessions.
We encourage all proposers, whether you are a first-time proposer or a veteran of the program, to attend one of these sessions.
Editor’s Note: This solicitation includes the opportunity for researchers to fly aboard Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo and Blue Origin’s New Shepard suborbital vehicles. NASA has made it very clear they will be flying at their own risk (emphasis mine).
Eligibility for Flight: Proposing organization employees and/or subawardee/subcontractor employees may ...