US advanced launcher technology workshop presentations

by | Sep 30, 2009 | Seradata News | 1 comment

The US National Institute of Aerospace conducted an Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Transportation workshop on 3 September and has posted on its website pdf presentations from the event

With speakers including Doug Stanley the presentations range from an examination of metallic hydrogen for greater energy density to a Langley spaceliner study and a paper from the US Air Force Research Laboratory

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