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NASA to Test Spacecraft Heat Exchanger Tech on ISS; Rubik Sheth Comments

NASA has sent a wax-based heat exchanger technology to the International Space Station through SpaceX‘s Dragon cargo resupply spacecraft that launched Monday from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The agency said Thursday it developed the Phase Change Material Heat Exchanger with United Technologies Corp. for testing onboard the orbiting laboratory as part of the agency’s Game Changing Development initiative. PCM HX is designed to …

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Todd May Appointed NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Acting Director; Charles Bolden Comments

Todd May, formerly deputy director of NASA‘s Marshall Space Flight Center, has assumed the role of acting director at the Huntsville, Alabama-based center following the retirement of Patrick Scheuermann. “Patrick leaves Marshall in good hands, and I know Todd May’s experience and expert management skills will keep the center’s critical …

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