Extensive development testing to support the design of the Space Station Freedom (SSF) Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Reduction Assembly (CReA) has been conducted. Both dual and single reactor eight-person capacity systems, supported by experimental test setups, have been used to broaden the design data base. Multiple catalysts were evaluated. Of significant importance was data that showed that operation of the Bosch reaction at elevated pressure 150-205 kPa (7-15 psig) provides significant increases in process efficiency. These improvements significantly reduce the recycle gas rate necessary to achieve a 99%+ CO2 reduction efficiency. Data presented illus-trates the improvements realized and defines the benefits that the new technology offers in terms of savings in power, weight and volume as illustrated by the SSF CReA.