High Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC)

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The goal of High Performance Spaceflight Computing activities is to provide information to develop a significantly improved spaceflight computing capability for NASA missions.


The goal of the High Performance Spaceflight Computing activities is to develop a significantly improved spaceflight computing capability for NASA missions. This will be achieved by addressing the computational performance, energy management, and fault tolerance needs of NASA missions through 2030.

More details are available in the executive summary: High Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC) an Avionics Formulation Task.

Principal Technologist Program Manager
Richard Doyle (richard.j.doyle@jpl.nasa.gov) Steve Horan (stephen.j.horan@nasa.gov)


NASA Selects High Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC) Processor Contractor

NASA has selected Boeing Company in St. Louis for the High Performance Spaceflight Computing Processor (Chiplet) contract for the development of prototype Chiplet devices including packaged parts and bare die, a Chiplet behavioral model, Chiplet Evaluation Boards and System Software. This is a cost-plus fixed-fee contract with a total contract value of $26.6 million which […]