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XISP-Inc Wiki

This wiki is intended to support the collaborative work of Xtraordinary Innovative Space Partnerships, Inc. a for-profit corporation located in Cabin John, MD 20818.

The wiki contains a variety of project pages some of which are for-profit activities and others which constitute support provided by XISP-Inc for various non-profit endeavors. The top-level page of each project is list below. Lower level pages are listed on the top-level page for each project.

Automated Cryogenic Transfer Testbed (ACTT)

Mission Operations Control Applications (MOCA)

  • A Nonreimbursable Space Act Agreement between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center and Xtraordinary Innovative Space Partnerships, Inc. for the Development of Integrated End-To-End Mission Operations Control Applications Using the Mission Control Technology Software Toolkit was Signed May 27, 2015
  • Mission Operations Control Applications Front Page Mission Operations Control Applications Front Page

XISP-Inc Commercial Space-to-Space Power Beaming Mission

  • Cognizant NASA NASA HQ HEOMD (SCaN + AESD), et.al
  • AIAA Space Operations Support Technical Committee (SOSTC) Workshop Pasadena, CA April 5-6, 2015
  • NSS ISDC 2015 Toronto, Ontario Canada May 20-24, 2015

XISP-Inc Commercial Interoperating Network Communications Architecture (INCA) mission set

  • Cognizant NASA NASA HQ HEOMD (SCaN + AESD), et.al
  • AIAA Space Operations Support Technical Committee (SOSTC) Workshop Pasadena, CA April 5-6, 2015
  • NSS ISDC 2015 Toronto, Ontario Canada May 20-24, 2015

NASA Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) 2015 Phase 1

Game Changing Technology (GTC) Space Power Beaming RFI Project

XISP-Inc Team Alpha CubeSat

  • registered competitor in NASA CubeQuest Challenge

XISP-Inc and SSPI Cooperation

Team Planning Documents

Engineering Design Documents

ISDC 2015 Space Solar Power Track

ISDC 2016 Space Solar Power Track

Additional Initiatives By Others

Northrup Grumman & Caltech Space Solar Power Initiative (SSPI)

SSPI will develop technologies in three areas:

  • high-efficiency ultralight photovoltaics;
  • ultralight deployable space structures; and
  • phased array and power transmission.

Projects in Development

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