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  1. Dietary and Urinary Sulfur can Predict Changes in Bone Metabolism During Space Flight

    Abstract: Mitigating space flight-induced bone loss is critical for space exploration, and diet can play a major role in this effort. Previous ground-based studies provide evidence that dietary...
  2. Lightweight Materials and Structures - Inflatable Structures Technology Development

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  3. Exploring Life Support Architectures for Evolution of Deep Space Human Exploration

    Abstract: Life support system architectures for long duration space missions are often explored analytically in the human spaceflight community to find optimum solutions for mass, performance, and...
  4. Steam Methane Reforming for Air-Independent Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Systems

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    Advanced Clothing System

    Abstract: The goal of the Advanced Clothing System (ACS) is to use advanced commercial off-the-shelf fibers and antimicrobial treatments with the goal of directly reducing the mass and volume of a...
  6. An Approach for Performance Based Glove Mobility Requirements

    Abstract: The Space Suit Assembly (SSA) Development Team at NASA Johnson Space Center has invested heavily in the advancement of rear-entry planetary exploration suit design but largely deferred...
  7. LOx/LCH4: A Unifying Technology for Future Exploration

    Abstract: OVERVIEW For every pound of payload landed on Mars, 226 pounds are required on Earth to get it there. Due to this enormous mass gear-ratio, increasing commonality between lander subsystems,...
  8. Toxicity of Mineral Dusts and a Proposed Mechanism for the Pathogenesis of Particle-Induced Lung Diseases

    Abstract: Humans will set foot on the moon again. The lunar surface has been bombarded for 4 billion years by micrometeoroids and cosmic radiation, creating a layer of fine dust having a potentially...
  9. A Range Correction for Icesat and Its Potential Impact on Ice-sheet Mass Balance Studies

    Abstract: We report on a previously undocumented range error in NASA's Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite (ICESat) that degrades elevation precision and introduces a small but significant...
  10. Cascade Distillation System Development

    Abstract: NASA's Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) Life Support System (LSS) Project is chartered with de-veloping advanced life support systems that will ena-ble NASA human exploration beyond low...
  11. Improved Dynamic Modeling of the Cascade Distillation Subsystem and Integration with Models of Other Water Recovery Subsystems

    Abstract: The Cascade Distillation Subsystem (CDS) is a rotary multistage distiller being developed to serve as the primary processor for wastewater recovery during long-duration space missions. The...
  12. Interfacing and Verifying ALHAT Safe Precision Landing Systems with the Morpheus Vehicle

    Abstract: The NASA Autonomous precision Landing and Hazard Avoidance Technology (ALHAT) project developed a suite of prototype sensors to enable autonomous and safe precision landing of robotic or...
  13. BOKS 45906: a CV with an Orbital Period of 56.6 Min in the Kepler Field?

    Abstract: BOKS 45906 was found to be a blue source in the Burrell-Optical-Kepler Survey which showed a 3 magnitude outburst lasting approximately 5 days. We present the Kepler light curve of this...
  14. A Layered Philosophy for Risk Classification, Low Cost (Class D and below) Mission Development, and Risk-Based SMA

    Abstract: Presentation to describe risk classificaiton definitions, and gudelines, as well as an approach for performing risk-based safety and mission assurance.

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  15. An Airborne Onboard Parallel Processing Testbed

    Abstract: This presentation provides information on the progress the Intelligent Payload Module (IPM) development effort. In addition, a vision is presented on integration of the IPM architecture...
  16. NASA GSFC Supply Chain Concerns and a New Approach for Handling Commonly-Used Components

    Abstract: Presentation to describe an approach for more effcient disposition of common spacecraft components.

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  17. A Framework for Orbital Performance Evaluation in Distributed Space Missions for Earth Observation

    Abstract: Distributed Space Missions (DSMs) are gaining momentum in their application to earth science missions owing to their unique ability to increase observation sampling in spatial, spectral and...
  18. PLSS 2.5 Fan Design and Development

    Abstract: NASA is building a high fidelity prototype of an advanced portable life support system (PLSS) as part of the Advanced Exploration Systems Program. This new PLSS, designated as PLSS 2.5,...
  19. Ground System Supply Chain Requirements Flow-Down for the Joint Polar Satellite System

    Abstract: Ground System Supply Chain Requirements Flow-Down for the Joint Polar Satellite System.

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  20. Creep Burst Testing of a Woven Inflatable Module

    Abstract: A woven Vectran inflatable module 88 inches in diameter and 10 feet long was tested at the NASA Johnson Space Center until failure from creep. The module was pressurized pneumatically to an...
  21. NASA's Core Flight Software - A Reusable Real-Time Framework

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  22. Boundary Layer Transition and Trip Effectiveness on an Apollo Capsule in the JAXA High Enthalpy Shock Tunnel (HIEST) Facility

    Abstract: Computational assessments were performed to size boundary layer trips for a scaled Apollo capsule model in the High Enthalpy Shock Tunnel (HIEST) facility at the JAXA Kakuda Space Center in...
  23. The Primordial Inflation Explorer (PIXIE)

    Abstract: The Primordial Inflation Explorer is an Explorer-class mission to measure the gravity-wave signature of primordial inflation through its distinctive imprint on the linear polarization of...
  24. Comparison of Tropical Ozone from SHADOZ with Remote Sensing Retrievals from Suomi-npp Ozone Mapping Profile Suite (OMPS)

    Abstract: The Ozone Mapping Profile Suite (OMPS) was launched October 28, 2011 on-board the Suomi NPP satellite (http://npp.gsfc.nasa.gov). OMPS is the next generation total column ozone mapping...
  25. Aerosol Optical Depths over Oceans: a View from MISR Retrievals and Collocated MAN and AERONET in Situ Observations

    Abstract: In this study, aerosol optical depths over oceans are analyzed from satellite and surface perspectives. Multiangle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR) aerosol retrievals are investigated and...
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