July 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne's Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (CECE) demonstrated a throttling range 35 percent greater than in previous tests, as well as several new technology breakthroughs to support space exploration.
What does CECE stand for?
CECE stands for Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (US NASA; Pratt and Whitney)
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We have 7 other meanings of CECE in our Acronym Attic
- Chinese Enterprises and Companies Database
- Cost Estimate Control Data Center
- Centre for Early Childhood Development Education (Ireland)
- Council of European Chief Dental Officers
- Center for Emergency Care and Disaster Preparedness (National Agricultural Biosecurity Center; Kansas State University)
- Center for Early Childhood Education (various organizations)
- Centre d'Études Comparatives des Élections (French: Center for Comparative Studies of Elections)
- College of Evening and Continuing Education (University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, OH)
- Combined Electrolysis and Chemical Exchange
- Committee for European Construction Equipment
- Confederación Española de Centros de Enseñanza
- Conseil Européen de la Construction d'Appareils Domestiques (French: European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers)
- Conseil Européen de la Construction Electro-Domestique (French: European Council of Electro-Domestic Construction)
- Comité des Établissements de Crédit et des Entreprises d'investissement
- Civil Engineering Construction Engineering Management
- Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (USACE)
- Council of Early Childhood Education and Services (Hong Kong)
- Centro de Estudios de Comercio Exterior (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
- Cambridge Ethnic Community Forum (UK)
- Career Education Clubs of Florida
Samples in periodicals archive:
Known as the Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine, or CECE, the engine is deep-throttling one, which means it has the flexibility to reduce thrust from 100 percent down to 10 percent, allowing a spacecraft to gently land on the lunar surface.
26 /PRNewswire/ -- Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne's Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (CECE) has successfully demonstrated critical capabilities required for NASA's Altair lunar lander.
company, has completed assembly of the first Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (CECE) demonstrator supporting NASA's Vision for Space Exploration.
June 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Pratt & Whitney (P&W) Space Propulsion announced today that it has begun work on a multi-year $40 million program (including options) from NASA's Exploration Systems Mission Directorate to develop the Common Extensible Cryogenic Engine (CECE), a deep throttling 15 thousand-pound thrust-class demonstrator liquid-oxygen and hydrogen cryogenic rocket engine.