NASA Science/Technology Platform Satellite (NSTP-Sat) Request for Information (RFI) NNH17ZDA002L

SMD has released a Request for Information (RFI) NNH17ZDA002L to assist in planning for potential payloads on the NASA Science/Technology Platform Satellite (NSTP-Sat) with a possible launch to low earth orbit, geostationary equatorial orbit, medium Earth orbit, Earth–Moon L1, or lunar orbit in the 2021 timeframe.

To respond to this RFI please upload a PDF of up to 10 pages in length to the NSPIRES system by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on March 17, 2017. Based on responses to this RFI, NASA will consider (i) whether there are science opportunities for new uses of this spacecraft and (ii) whether a solicitation for proposals is warranted to enable such opportunities.

The full text of the RFI including background on the NSTP-Sat, schedule milestones, Potential payload classes and accommodations and bus capabilities, and instructions for responding to this RFI may be found by following this link or by going to choosing “Solicitations” then “Open” and searching on “NNH17ZDA002L”.

Questions concerning this Request for Information may be addressed to Alan Zide at [email protected].