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Payloads and Research Investigations on the Surface of the Moon

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Payloads and Research Investigations on the Surface of the Moon
NASA
Solicits proposals for investigations that include development and flight of science-driven suites of instruments payloads that will be delivered to the lunar surface by the commercial lunar payload services. This PRISM call is for science investigations that will be delivered to the lunar surface in the first half of Calendar Year 2025 and late CY2025 or early CY2026 to predetermined lunar landing sites. These deliveries will go to the Gruithuisen Domes, a nearside silicic volcanic construct, between Q1-Q2 of 2025, and to a South Polar (84-90° S) location between Q4 2025 – early Q1 of 2026. No other landing sites shall be proposed. The prior solicitation of PRISM was as program element E.11 of ROSES-2020. Some technology demonstration, development, and/or maturation within the proposed project is allowed; however, proposals must show how this will enhance the overall science return and one of the primary factors for selection will be the proposer’s ability to deliver on schedule.