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Welcome to NASA SUITS 2021!


NASA SUITS (Spacesuit User Interface Technologies for Students) challenges students to design and create spacesuit information displays within augmented reality (AR) environments. As NASA pursues Artemis - landing American astronauts on the Moon by 2024, the agency will accelerate investing in surface architecture and technology development. For exploration, it is essential that crewmembers on spacewalks are equipped with the appropriate human-autonomy enabling technologies necessary for the elevated demands of lunar surface exploration and extreme terrestrial access. The SUITS 2021 Challenges target key aspects of the Artemis mission. Please direct all questions regarding this opportunity to .


The SUITS 2021 Artemis Student Challenge is accepting proposals until
October 21, 2020




Challenge Descriptions

Challenge Descriptions

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Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements

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Proposal Guidelines

Proposal Guidelines

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SUITS Dedicated Office Hours: Wednesdays 1 - 3 P.M. EDT Check out our Fall 2020 NASA SUITS Newsletter!

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SUITS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

Each prospective onsite team member must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student enrolled in an accredited U.S. institution of higher learning (military academy, technical college, community college, or university) or faculty member at the time the proposal is submitted.

  • Team members must be 16 or older before arrival in Houston.
  • To attend onsite testing activities, participants MUST be U.S. Citizens or Legal Permanent Residents.
  • All participants MUST attend the Orientation and Virtual Design Review.
  • Primary team members may only participate with one team in the same competition.
  • Student experiments must be organized, designed and operated by student team members alone.
  • Interns involved in the design of a SUITS challenge may not participate as a member of a team in that same cycle of the SUITS challenge, however, they may serve as a team advisor.
  • Support team members may be comprised of university students of any level, faculty members, professional consultants, etc.
  • Any support team member under the age of 18 accompanying the team to Houston must provide a signed JSC parental consent form.