A proof-of-concept, compact, portable Fourier Ptychographic Microscope (FPM) to perform wide field-of-view, high spatial resolution imaging (<1 μm) for biosignature motility in liquid samples, is presented. The FPM has the potential method to be developed as a space-based payload for future landers destined to the Ocean Worlds. A portable FPM using an existing Fourier ptychography (FP) algorithm adapted for reconstruction is demonstrated. A NVIDIA Jetson Nano board and camera combined with FP, is used to computationally reconstruct sub-micron resolution images. Additionally, deep learning was employed to perform inferencing prediction which enables the on-edge FPM device.