AFOSR Program Manager
AFRL/RV Small Satellite Principal Investigator
AFRL/RV/ATA Aerospace University Nanosat Program Coordinator
2016 High Altitude Student Platform (HASP) Call for Proposals
High Altitude Student Platform (HASP) can support up to 12 student payloads (providing power, telemetry and commanding) during a flight to an altitude of 122,000 feet for up to 20 hours. The NASA Balloon Program Office and Louisiana Space Grant Consortium anticipate flying HASP at least through 2017. There is no cost for launch and flight operations. Student teams will need to raise their own funds to support the development of their payload and, if necessary, for travel to Palestine, TX for HASP integration and Ft. Sumner, NM for flight operations.
Details about previous HASP flights and the student payloads flown can be found on the “Flight Information” page of the HASP website at http://laspace.lsu.edu/hasp/Flightinfo.php Details on the payload constraints and interface with HASP as well as online access to the CFP materials can be found on the “Participant Info” page of the HASP website at http://laspace.lsu.edu/hasp/Participantinfo.php
Applications are due December 18, 2015 and selections will be announced by mid-January 2016.
If you have any questions about the application materials or HASP, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will be conducting a Q&A Teleconference about HASP and the application process on Friday, November 13, 2015 at 10:00 am (central time). Groups who have previously flown on HASP as well as new organizations should plan on attending this teleconference. To participate, dial in to 1-844-467-4685 a few minutes prior to the conference time. When requested enter the conference ID number 780290 followed by the # key.
2016 University Student Contest to Design a Hydrogen Powered Micro-Grid
NASA Human Research Program Releasing $250 Million Cooperative Agreement Notice
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Human Research Program (HRP) is releasing a Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN), whose value is approximately $250 million over 12 years, for a Translational Research Institute.
A Draft CAN is available electronically through the HRP Translational Research Institute website http://procurement.jsc.nasa.gov/htri/ by selecting Draft Cooperative Agreement Notice and a pre-proposal conference is currently scheduled for October 8th.
Direct questions specifically regarding this solicitation to: Lawrence Miller, Contracting Officer, 2101 NASA PKWY, Houston, 281-483-3916, email@example.com And/or Obtain additional programmatic information from: Barbra Corbin, HRP/Deputy Director, 2101 NASA PKWY, Houston, TX 77089, 281-483-6215, firstname.lastname@example.org