11 December 2019: The final baseline document for thermal standards has been released and is available for download on the home page.
25 September 2019: The final version of the documents for avionics, communications, environmental control and life support, space power, rendezvous, and external robotics interoperability standards have been released and are available for download on the home page.
27 August 2019: The final draft documents for avionics, communications, environmental control and life support, space power, rendezvous, and external robotics interoperability standards have been released and are available for download on the home page. A new draft standard for software interoperability has been posted, please submit comments by September 13, 2019 to support next …
We are working to post updated standards in Spring 2019.
Please note that if comments are eventually made public, comment submitter contact info will not be included, only the substance of the comment will be included. We have updated this language on the comment form.
We have added a new frequently asked question (FAQ) about comments on the draft standards: Q: When are comments due? A: Comments are encouraged as soon as possible and no later than the end of May 2018 to support the next revision release. Comments submitted later will be considered for future revisions.
RELEASE 18-011 In order to maximize investment in, and benefits of, future deep space exploration platforms and technologies, NASA and its International Space Station partners have collaborated to draft standards that address seven priority areas in which technology compatibility is crucial for global cooperation. The agency and its partners are seeking feedback on these draft …
On March 1, 2018 the Draft International Deep Space Interoperability Standards were posted for review and comment.