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NASA, Boeing Put Composite Cryogenic Propellant Tank to the Test; Michael Gazarik Comments

NASA, Boeing Put Composite Cryogenic Propellant Tank to the Test; Michael Gazarik Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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BoeingLogoNASA and Boeing have completed tests on a new cryogenic propellant tank made from composite materials that work to help thrust large rockets during take off, SatNews reports.

According to the report, NASA and Boeing tested the tank at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Ala. 

Michael Gazarik, NASA associate administrator for space technology, said the test on the composite cryogenic tanks is a major milestone in the agency’s future deep space missions.

Gazarik added the new technology will work to help NASA explore deep space and help U.S. industry manufacture and use composite materials.

Boeing built the 8-foot diameter composite tank in Tukwila, Wash. and delivered the tank to NASA last year.

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