• On the Performance of a Nanocatalyst-based Direct Ammonia Alkaline Fuel Cell (DAAFC) under Microgravity Conditions for Water Reclamation and Energy Applications, Carlos Cabrera, University of Puerto Rico;
• Dynamic and Static Behavior of a Flexible Fuel Hose in Zero-G, Allyson Buker, Jackson and Tull, Washington, D.C.;
• In-Flight Lab Analysis Technology Demonstration in Reduced Gravity, Emily Nelson, Glenn Research Center;
• Caging System for Drag-free Satellites, Robert Byer, Stanford University;
• Reduced Gravity Flight Demonstration of the Resonant Inductive Near-field Generation System, Raymond Sedwick, University of Maryland.
Investigations designed for balloon flights of 100,000 ft. altitude include: Deployable Rigid Adjustable Guided Final Landing Approach Pinions, Jonathan Powers, Masten Space Systems; and Guided Parafoil High Altitude Research, Allen Lowry, Airborne Systems North America of CA Inc.. Santa Ana, Calif.
Meanwhile, Autolanding for Robotic Precursor Missions, Kevin Peterson, of Astrobotic Technology Inc., was designated for flight on a vertical launch and landing suborbital test vehicle.
Flight Testing of a UAT ADS-B Transmitter Prototype for Commercial Space Transportation Using Reusable Launch Vehicles, Richard Stansbury of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, was designated for testing on multiple flight platforms.