Published on January 15, 2009
Slide 1: Kumar Krishen Ph.D., Fellow, SDPS September 29, 2005 JSC SBIR STTR Programs Small Business in USA - Secretary Elaine L. Chao : 2 Small Business in USA - Secretary Elaine L. Chao Public perception is that “business” always means “big business” and the small-business contribution to our economy is often overlooked. Small Business employs over half of the private-sector workforce in America and produces about half of its Gross Domestic Product. Small Business generated two-thirds of the net new jobs since 1970. Small Business created life-changing and life-saving innovations from the personal computer to the pacemaker to overnight mail delivery. Employment. Job Creation. Innovation. That’s the value of small business to USA : 3 The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program was established by Congress in 1982 to provide increased opportunities for small businesses to participate in R&D, to increase employment, and to improve U.S. competitiveness. The program's specific objectives are to stimulate U.S. technological innovation, use small businesses to meet federal research and development needs, increase private-sector commercialization of innovations derived from federal R&D, and foster and encourage participation by socially disadvantaged businesses. Legislation enacted in 2000 extended and strengthened the SBIR program and increased its emphasis on pursuing commercial applications of SBIR project results. The Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program awards contracts to small business concerns for cooperative research and development with a non-profit research institution (RI), such as a university. The goal of the Congress in establishing the STTR program is to facilitate the transfer of technology developed by an RI through the entrepreneurship of a small business. The small business and its partnering institution are required to sign an agreement on how intellectual property will be shared between them. Modeled after the SBIR Program with the same basic requirements and phased funding structure described above, STTR is nevertheless a separate activity and is separately funded. The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs provide an opportunity for small, high technology companies and research institutions (RI) to participate in Government sponsored research and development (R&D) efforts in key technology areas. The SBIR Phase 1 contracts last for 6 months with a maximum funding of $70,000, and Phase 2 contracts last for 24 months with a maximum funding of $600,000. The STTR Phase 1 contracts last for 12 months with a maximum funding of $100,000, and Phase 2 contracts last for 24 months with the maximum contract value of $600,000.Historically, the ratio of the number of Phase 1 proposals to awards for SBIR is 7:1 and for STTR is 5:1. About 40 percent of the completed Phase 1 projects receive funding for Phase 2 development. SBIR Basic Information Slide 4: 4 For More Information about NASA’s SBIR STTR Programs: http://sbir.nasa.gov Slide 5: 5 Program Management Structure Level 1 – SBIR/STTR Program Executive (NASA HQ) Level 2 – SBIR/STTR Program Manager (GSFC), SBIR/STTR Deputy Program Manager (GSFC), SBIR/STTR Procurement Policy Manager Level 3 – SBIR/STTR Field Center Program Managers (JSC, ARC, etc.) Slide 6: 6 JSC SBIR STTR Program Office JSC Procurement Office JSC Legal Office JSC External Affairs Office Headquarters Mission Directorate Representatives Headquarters Program Management Offices JSC Directorates/ Program Offices EA, SA, DA, KA and others JSC Program Management Organizational Involvement Slide 7: 7 Program $ Values (includes information for 3 most recent complete program years) SBIR 03 -1: NASA – $21.5M STTR 03-1: NASA – $4.5M JSC – $2.7M JSC – $.8M SBIR 03-2: NASA – $81.0M STTR 03-2: NASA - $16.0M JSC - $11.4M JSC – $3.0M SBIR 02-1: NASA – $18.8M STTR 02-1: NASA - $2.5M JSC - $2.2M JSC - N/A SBIR 02-2: NASA – $92.5M STTR 02-2: NASA - $9.0M JSC - $10.5M JSC – N/A SBIR 01-1: NASA - $21.3M STTR 01-1: NASA - $2.0M JSC - $2.7M JSC – $.4M SBIR 01-2: NASA - $85.0M STTR 01-2: NASA - $4.5M JSC - $10.5M JSC – $1.0M SBIR STTR Contracts at JSC : 8 SBIR STTR Contracts at JSC 5 - 2003 STTR Phase 2 contracts end in June 2007 19 - 2003 SBIR Phase 2 contracts end in November, 2006 2 - STTR 2004 Phase 1 contracts end in January, 2006 39 - 2004 SBIR Phase 1 contracts awarded in January, 2005* * Ended in June, 2005 – 35 Phase 2 proposals received at JSC Slide 9: 9 Recent Phase 3 Contracts NAS9-03052 TDA Research $507,908 Lightweight Freeze-Tolerant Radiator for an EMU T 9238W Invocon $27,100 WIS Battery Packs T9241W Invocon $50,000 Micro-WIS Impact-Penetration Sensor System Concept Formulation PPR4200036901 ORBITEC $39,965 3D Simulations of LADR (LoTEC Active Door Recharger) and MERLIN (Microgravity Experiment Research Locker Incubator) 4200065425 ORBITEC $213,223 Evaluation of 3D Visualization Technologies for Extravehicular Robotic Operations on the ISS NNJ04HD40B Invocon $9,500,000 Micro-Wireless Instrumentation System Design, Development, and Product NNJ05HA28P ORBITEC $160,000 Regolith Oxygen Extraction 4200113444 S.H.O.T. $14,590 Engineering Design and Support Testing for Near Infrared Applications TOTAL $10,512,786 Slide 10: 10 2005 SBIR and STTR Subtopic Development Agency-Wide Aeronautics Research – 14 subtopics Exploration Systems – 45 subtopics Science – 45 subtopics Space Operations – 11 subtopics Small Business Technology Transfer – 18 subtopics Slide 11: 11 2005 SBIR and STTR Subtopic Development JSC Participation – Lead Subtopics: O1.07 – Extravehicular (EVA) Radios – Andrew Benjamin/EV - X5.02 – Human Autonomy Interaction – Jane Malin/ER - X7.04 – Aeroassist Systems – Claude Graves/EX - X9.01 – In-Situ Resource Utilization and Space Manufacturing – Rich Schoenberg/EP - X11.01 – Radiation Health – Barbara Corbin/SK - X11.02 – Human Health Countermeasures – Dan Feeback/SK - X11.04 – Autonomous Medical Care – Elizabeth Kalla/SD - X12.01 – Advanced Life Support: Air and Thermal – Dan Barta/EC - X12.02 – EVA Technologies – Robert Trevino/XA - X12.05 – Advanced Life Support: Food Provisioning and Biomass – Dan Barta/EC - X12.06 – Habitation Systems – Jim Broyan/EC - X12.07 – Advanced Life Support: Water and Waste Processing – Dan Barta/EC - X13.01 – Space Human Factors Engineering – Barbara Woolford/SF - X13.04 – Systems Engineering and Requirements – Mark Jernigan/SF - X14.09 – Multi-Use Microgravity and Software – David Overland/ER - T5.01 – Advanced Crew Support Technology – Dan Barta/EC - T5.02 – Robotics and Virtual Digital Human Technologies – Anthony Bruins/DV Slide 12: 12 JSC Participation – Participating Subtopics: O1.04 – Antenna Technology – Andrew Benjamin/EV O1.08 – Transformational Communications Technology – Andrew Benjamin/EV O1.06 - Reconfigurable/Reprogrammable Communication Systems – Andrew Benjamin/EV S1.04 – Entry, Descent, and Landing – Chirold Epp/EX S1.05 – Sample Return Technologies – Gordon McKay/KR S2.04 – Deep Space Power Systems – Eric Darcy/EP S5.01 – Low Thrust and Propellantless Propulsion Technologies – Rich Schoenberg/EP S8.04 – Spacecraft Propulsion – Rich Schoenberg/EP X1.01 – In-Space Computing and Reconfigurable Electronics – Andrew Benjamin/EV X1.04 – Surface Networks and Access Links – Andrew Benjamin/EV X2.02 – Structures and Habitats – Katherine Daues/EC X2.03 – Nanostructured Materials – Leonard Yowell/ES X3.02 – Energy Storage – Eric Darcy/EP X3.03 – Cryo and Thermal Management – Rich Schoenberg/EP X5.01 – Software Engineering – Tim Crain/EG X6.01 – Intelligent Operations Systems – Lui Wang/ER X6.02 – Space Assembly Maintenance and Servicing – Darby Magruder/ER X7.02 – Chemical Rocket Engine Components – Rich Schoenberg/EP X7.03 – High-Power Electric Propulsion – Andy Petro/EX X8.01 – Vehicle Health Management Systems – Lui Wang/ER X8.02 – Intelligent Modular Systems – Darby Magruder/ER X9.02 – Surface Mobility/Mechanisms – Robert Ambrose/ER X10.03 – Critical Technologies for Space Fission-Based Power Systems – John Scott/EP X12.03 – Contingency Response Technologies – Rich Schoenberg/EP X12.04 – Advanced Environment Monitoring and Control – Dan Barta/EC 2005 SBIR and STTR Subtopic Development Slide 13: 13 SBIR STTR NEW TECHNOLOGY REPORTS (NTRs) 39 SBIR Phase I NTRs filed in July, 2005 18 SBIR Phase II NTRs to be filed from March through December, 2005 1 STTR Phase II NTR filed in April, 2005 8 STTR Phase I NTRs filed in January of 2005. In summary, we expect a total of 66 SBIR STTR NTRs in 2005 from our currently contracted work. Slide 14: 14 Ongoing Activities Two JSC/SBIR-developed technologies were inducted in the Space Technology Hall of Fame (Autonomous Technologies and Cybernet) in 2004 Two JSC SBIR Companies, Argonide Corporation Outlast Technology/Triangle Research & Development Corporation were Chosen for Technology Hall of Fame in 2005 2004 NASA Software of the Year Runner-up was awarded to Frank Delgado, Mike Abernathy (Rapid Imaging Software, Inc.) and Janis White (Statistical Consulting) – SmartCam3D Two SBIR 03-2 contracts to Michigan Aerospace Corp. (partial funding from DARPA) and to Paragon Space Development Corp. (partial funding from other NASA Programs) Evaluations for approximately 250 SBIR 04-1 proposals, 4 STTR 04-1 proposals, and 8 STTR 03-2 proposals completed recently and contracts awarded to selected companies 2004 JSC Spin-offs Awardees : 15 2004 JSC Spin-offs Awardees Argonide Argonide is a manufacturer of water purification technologies, ultra filters, nano metals and nano oxide powders. Under a 2002 phase II contract the firm developed a product called nanocream. The unique proprietary technology is based on a highly electropositive filter that rapidly adsorbs particles, no matter how small. The nominal pore size is 2 microns, yet the filter functions as if it had a 0.03 micron pore size. Flow rates and clogging resistance are tens to hundreds of times greater than equivalent performing membrane filters. Cybernet Cybernet Systems Corporation has introduced the worlds first fully functional weather map management system that utilizes both body tracking and gesture recognition technology. Under a 1997 phase II contract the firm developed a gesture recognition and tracking system. This system was later turned into a product called GestureStorm and is used by meteorologists around the country during our local weather reports every evening. Environmental Robotics, Inc. ERI performs research and development for medical implants, biologically-inspired robotic systems, noiseless swimming biomimetic robotic fish, biomimetic fish fin actuators and biomimetic flying robots using smart materials, devices and systems. Under a 2000 phase II contract they developed a family of artificial muscle systems with robotic sensing and actuation capabilities. The company has gone on to create both a Artificial Muscles Science Kit and the Contractile Polymeric Artificial Muscles Science Kit. These kits provide users with the basic materials and items necessary to safely create a artificial muscles. 2004 JSC Spin-offs Awardees : 16 2004 JSC Spin-offs Awardees I/Net, Inc. I/NET has been providing highly innovative technology solutions to organizations of all types and sizes for more than 20 years. Throughout our history, I/NET has developed technologies in advance of the rest of the market. Under a 1996 SBIR contract, the firm developed a natural language system for robotics in space. The Dynamic Predictive Memory Architecture system, was used experimentally in conjunction with NASA Advanced Life Support System Water Recycling project. I/NET products work with all leading voice-recognition engines but our products take natural language to the next step and beyond — adding intelligence by providing the context that's crucial to the way people use language. Astro Technology The firm developed a Fiber-Optic Sensor System (FOSS) that measures the bending of the fingers, tactile forces at the finger tips and tendon forces in the forearm. The firm has contracted with major oil companies to apply FOSS technology to evaluate fatigue on sub sea pipelines, riser and offshore drilling and production rigs. The fiber-optic sensor also provide an innovative way to measure the forces involved with dexterous grasps and power during extra-vehicular activity (EVA) on-board the International Space Station (ISS). Triangle Research and Development The firm developed Micro-encapsulated Phase Change Materials (mPCM) as a new thermal management system for fibers and fabrics. The technology has become a huge market advantage for the licensing company Outlast technologies Inc. Outlast is the world leader in mPCM, providing a unique material systems thru its revolutionary Smart Fabric Technology™. Slide 17: 17 Appendix Force Feedback Hand ControllerCybernet Systems Corporation, Ann Arbor, MI : Force Feedback Hand ControllerCybernet Systems Corporation, Ann Arbor, MI Innovation Cybernet has developed a force feedback hand controller device that performs three main functions: 1. a six degree-of-freedom (DOF) controller (position and orientation of the hand) for controlling devices – mainly an advanced joystick or flight-yoke for the whole hand, 2 .a force reflecting hand controller to reflect input forces to a person’s hand and arm, and, 3. a dexterous master to reflect forces to a person’s five fingers. Accomplishments Commercialization/Government This technology has been utilized by Immersion, licensor of haptic feedback technology, and ALPS Electric Co., Ltd., one of the world's largest electronic components manufacturers with $4.6 billion in annual consolidated revenue. These firms announced on April 22 2002, long-term automotive licensing agreement. This agreement builds on the cooperative efforts with Immersion to develop the BMW 7 Series iDrive Controller and reinforces the ALPS strategy to support the growing automotive telematics market and emerging x-by-wire technology. Immersion and BMW worked together to develop the iDrive system. It features a single control dial mounted on the center console. The driver slides the dial to choose between multiple control menus displayed on an in-dash LCD screen. The driver rotates the dial to move through lists and pushes the dial axially to select a list item. The iDrive controller allows the driver to have instant and total control of every comfort element in the car, from the on-board navigation system to the air conditioner to the mobile telephone Immersion and ALPS began working together in 2000 to incorporate haptic technology into the new BMW 7 Series car. Based on the work of these two contracts, Cybernet developed a number of DOF and 3 DOF products which were sold in small units to various companies, including Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Ford, McDonnell Douglas, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, University of Delaware, Case Western Reserve, BMW, FAA, INCO Limited, DISAM Escuela, High Techsplanation, Sandia National Labs, S.A. Sodetek, University of Nevada, and Battelle. The total sales in force feedback devices exceeded $500,000. \ In 2002 Immersion has reduced it’s per share loss by 24% to 19 cents per share. In May 1999, Cybernet received a net $5 Million inflow of capital from Immersion Corporation as part of the merger of Cybernet’s Force Feedback intellectual property and business with Immersion's. Based on the current NASDAQ value of Immersion stock, this inflow is now valued at approximately $40 million. Immersion Corporation has obtained over 140 patents in tactile feedback technology – also known as haptics, the science of touch. The patent number for this technology is U.S. Patent 5,629,594-Force Feedback System. Points of Contact: NASA, Collin Hieger, firstname.lastname@example.org Cybernet- email@example.com 1988 SBIR Phase II; NAS 9-18351 Johnson Space Center Date of Update: 8/09/02 Success Story 09-29 Cybernet Systems was founded in 1988 as a research and development company committed to creating technology solutions and advancements to human-machine interaction. Cybernet was awarded several Government funded research and development contracts, the into commercially viable and useful to the consumer products market.Force-Feedback. The firm has created a force-feedback technology and developed several products and prototypes that demonstrated its commercial viability in consumer product markets. In March 1999, the firms Haptic Systems division was merged into Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ:IMMR). Immersion has successfully marketed Cybernet's force-feedback technology, and currently licenses it to companies such as Logitech, Microsoft, Thrustmaster, and CH Products. Miniature High-Resolution DisplayDisplaytech Inc., LongMont, Colorado : Miniature High-Resolution DisplayDisplaytech Inc., LongMont, Colorado Innovation The firm has developed and produced a revolutionary liquid-crystal color display providing workstation resolution on a display less than an inch across. Accomplishments Developed a prototype head mounted display system, and display techniques for 3 colors with 15 bits of gray scale. Designing and fabricating a VGA resolution display, which will be incorporated into the head mounted display system prototype. Illuminated by colored light emitting diodes to yield a bright image powered for a long by small batteries. The low cost, mass produced liquid crystal display is magnified to increase battery life and increase viewing comfort. Commercialization Filed four patent applications. Prototype head mounted display system a key element in obtaining: Dept. of commerce Advanced Technology Program (ATP) Award to develop low cost display mass manufacturing capability. Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) SBIR award to develop advanced image-producing electronics for display systems. Discussions underway with potential OEM customers, industrial partners and investors.( Product should be on shelf’s by the end of the year ) Markets applicable to this technology are miniature display, medical diagnostics , projectors, teleperation systems and engineering design.(COM-MO, MAN-EL, MED-MO, PHO-DI,TEL-AV) To ensure success in the long term, the firm partnered with Miyota Co., Ltd. in Nagano, Japan for high-volume production in December 1998. Further partnerships have been created since, including a global network of distributors in Japan, Taiwan, and Europe. Among the firm's key customers you'll find Minolta and Concord, as well as design wins with multiple leading consumer electronics companies. The firm has contracts to produce their technologies through the following contractors: Conexant, Megachips, Soundvision, Zoran, Inicore, MXIC. Government/Science Application NASA:EVA high information content, low power, helmet-mounted display. Replacement for CRT’s in high-cost head-and helmet-mounted display for military and industrial applications. Points of Contact: - NASA: R. Collin Hieger, firstname.lastname@example.org - Display: email@example.com 1992 SBIR Phase II; NAS 9-19102 Johnson Space Center Date of Updated 12-12-03 SS- 09-62 DisplayTech’s Products LandForm VisualFlight™ Rapid Imaging Software, Albuquerque, NM : LandForm VisualFlight™ Rapid Imaging Software, Albuquerque, NM Innovation LandForm VisualFlight™ is the power of a geographic information system (GIS) and the speed of a flight simulator, accessible from any Windows application. Accomplishments The Advanced Flight Visualization Toolkit (VisualFlight™) project is developing a suite of virtual reality immersive telepresence software tools which combine the real-time flight simulation abilities with the data density of a Geographic Information System (GIS). This technology is used for virtual reality training of crews, analysis of flight test data, and as an on-board immersive situation display. It will also find application as a virtual cockpit, and in teleoperation of remotely piloted vehicles. AFVT will enhance the ability of analysts and operators to interact with large amounts of multidimensional data using the most natural paradigm available: 3D immersion. This operator/data interaction technology will be an advancement comparable to the invention of the Heads-Up Display (HUD). AFVT will move the HUD into the third dimension. A simplified user interface, it will fuse real-time 3D displays of terrain with digital maps, satellite data, vehicles, flight paths, and waypoints. This unique and innovative approach will build upon recent software technology research and development from Rapid Imaging Software. VisualFlight™ permits users to construct and deploy their own immersive multidimensional display applications on Windows-based computer platforms. Commercialization VisualFlight™ is sold as a development kit starting with 5 run-time licenses. Users who wish to distribute more applications using LandForm VisualFlight™ technology can purchase additional run-time licenses as needed. VisualFlight™ 1.0 has been available to qualified users for several months now, and the response is excellent. VisualFlight™ has been deployed to display live real-time flight data broadcast over a network. Please visit this page for the latest VisualFlight™ developments. LandForm V/O Video Overlay plug-in for LandForm C3 or Flight Vision is available for the Matrox Corona board only. The price is $4995 for a # single users license. Site license is available for $6995. Government/Science Applications The firm’s VisualFlight™ System was used to fly the X- 38 on it’s latest test flight. The flight vehicle was piloted by astronaut (Ken Ham) using LandForm VisualFlight system as his digital cockpit window. Points of Contact: NASA Jane I Fox- 281-481-1803 Company: firstname.lastname@example.org 1998 SBIR Phase II; NASNAS9-99145 Johnson Space Center Date of Update 12-17-2001 Success Story 9-58 Slide 21: 21 SINDA/FLUINTCullimore & Ring Technologies, Inc., Littleton, Colorado Innovation SINDA/FLUINT is a comprehensive finite-difference, lumped parameter tool for analyzing complex thermal/fluid systems. Accomplishments SINDA/FLUINT saves time and money by making the design process faster and easier, letting the customer gain a better understanding of their complex system. The consumer controls what is important and how to get the answer to their design performance questions using the most efficient approach. Furthermore, the code is completely extensible. The customer chooses the features they want, decide what levels of accuracy and approximation are appropriate, and what outputs are needed. Individuals can even add their own customizations as needed to handle their unique design task or to automate repetitive tasks. Commercialization C&R's numerous clients span such diverse industries as electronics packing, aerospace, automobile and aircraft engine cooling, air conditioning, fuel lubrication and hydraulic systems, spacecraft and launch vehicle thermal control, propulsion, and environmental control, Power generation systems, Oil and gas pipeline and distribution systems, Process design and control, Furnaces and kilns. The firm has existing relationships with the corporations listed below: Ford, Raytheon, Boeing, NASA, Chrysler , Northrop, Gruman, Aerospatiale, DoE Laboratories, Cummins, Allied Signal, Kawasaki, U.S. Air Force,Lockheed Martin, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, U.S. Navy, General Motors, Westinghouse, Alenia Aerospazio, U.S. Army. Government/Science Applications The NASA standard tool for thermohydraulic analysis, SINDA/FLUINT, includes thermodynamic and hydrodynamic solutions specifically targeted at the growing demand for design and analysis of liquid propulsion systems. Spacecraft and launch vehicle thermal, Propulsion, and environmental control design. Electronic packaging and component design. Power generation systems. Alternative energy systems and energy conservation design. Automobile and aircraft engines, cooling, fuel, lubrication, climate control, and hydraulic systems. HVAC and fire protection systems. Oil and gas pipeline, distribution, steam injection systems. Process design and control. Points of Contact: NASA- Jane I Fox, 281-483-4815: CR Technologiesemail@example.com 1995 SBIR Phase II NAS9-97017 Johnson Space Center Date of Update 11/11/2002 Success Story NAS9-066 Spacesuit Glove Liner with Enhanced Thermal Properties for Improved ComfortTriangle Research and Development Corporation, Raleigh, NC : Spacesuit Glove Liner with Enhanced Thermal Properties for Improved ComfortTriangle Research and Development Corporation, Raleigh, NC Innovation Developed Micro-encapsulated Phase Change Materials (MPCM) as a new thermal management system for fibers and fabrics. Accomplishments MPCM can be as much as four times more effective than systems that utilize trapped air for insulation Commercialization Boston Harbour, LLC of New York City has partnered with Outlast Technologies, Inc. of Boulder, Colorado to launch a complete line of Men's and Ladies Casual Outerwear, utilizing Outlast® liners with revolutionary Adaptive Comfort® technology. Under the brand PROSHIELD "Smart Apparel" consumers can experience all day comfort powered by Outlast's patented phase change fabric technology. This same technology, used in EvenTemp® Bedding by Wamsutta®, was chosen as one of Time Magazine's Inventions of the Year in 2002. The firm has announced five new relationships with Asian manufacturers at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market. The manufacturers include Itochu, Inoac, Daiyu, Tiong Liong and P.T. Tomenbo. A complete line of OUTLAST branded phase change (PCM) fabrics and foams sourced in the Far East are available for Fall `02 product lines. Licensed to Outlast Technologies, Inc. Marketed under the trade name Outlast® Temperature Regulation and your Own Comfort Zone TM. Covered by multiple US, European and Japanese patents. US Patents include #4756958 and #5366801 and others pending Primary target market is the outdoor recreational and occupational clothing and attire markets and industrial applications are other potential sectors. Currently 30 products are currently available the consumer that contain Outlast® Temperature Regulation. It is anticipated that Outlast will be used in many more consumer clothing applications by 1999. Sustained employment at TRDC and was the foundation basis of Outlast which currently employees about twenty people. Government/Science Applications Outlast® flight gloves for aviators are currently listed with GSA for all components of the USG. Ongoing programs with the USG include evaluation of Outlast® crew socks, undergarments and thermally protective life jackets for the US Navy. Ongoing program with NSF to develop microcapsules that with stand higher temperatures. Points of Contact: NASA Collin Hieger:-281-483-1803 Outlast technologies, Inc. Bernad Perry:-303-581-9029 Ext.17 1988 SBIR Phase I ; NAS# 9-18110 ; SS # 09-001 Johnson Space Center Date of Update 3-2003 09-41 Representation of Outlast® FabricUsage Slide 23: 23
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