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International Space Power System Interoperability Standards (ISPSIS)This International Space Power System Interoperability Standards(ISPSIS) is the result of collaborations within the International Space Station (ISS) and Gateway memberships to establish interoperable interfaces, terminology, and techniques, to facilitate collaborative endeavors of space exploration in cislunar and deep space environments. These standards are available for international and commercial partnerships. Standards that are established and internationally recognized have been selected where possible to enable a variety of providers. Increasing hardware commonality among providers while decreasing unique configurations has the potential to reduce the traditional barriers in space exploration: overall mass and volume required to execute a mission. Standardizing interfaces reduces the scope of the development effort. The information within this document represents a set of parameters, which if accommodated in the system architecture support greater efficiencies, promote cost savings, and increase the probability of mission success. These standards are not intended to specify system details needed for implementation nor do they dictate design features behind the interface; specific requirements will be defined in unique documents.
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Acquisition Source
Document Type
Other - Space Power Standard
David James Sadey
(Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio, United States)
Nicolas A Carbone
(Glenn Research Center Cleveland, Ohio, United States)
Date Acquired
June 28, 2022
Publication Date
July 26, 2022
Subject Category
Lunar And Planetary Science And Exploration
Distribution Limits
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.
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