Space agency seeks assistance on tech roadmap

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What: NASA is looking for input – and potential partners – when it comes to developing technology.

Why: The NASA Headquarters Office of Chief Technologist is seeking input from the private sector on the agency’s "state of the art" section of its 2015 Technology Roadmaps.

NASA’s goals are threefold, according to its request for information: Verify the value of the designated technologies, learn how the space technologies might be of use to private spaceflight venture or earthbound ventures, and potentially identify partners from among interested organizations.

The comment period ends June 10.

Posted by Zach Noble on May 11, 2015 at 9:55 AM


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