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Chamber A, a national historic landmark used to test Apollo spacecraft, will test portions of this one-of-a-kind flight telescope in a full-up thermal vacuum environment starting in 2014.
Experience prior to renewable power generation included working at the NASA Johnson Manned Spacecraft Center as a Thermo-physics Engineer in the Crew Systems Division performing mission computer simulations and thermal vacuum testing and at Martin Marietta engaged in Skylab, Viking Mars Lander, Venus Pioneer and Outer Planetary Exploration programs.
Air Force's next generation Global Positioning System III satellites has completed thermal vacuum testing for the navigation payload element of the GPS III non-flight satellite testbed.
Tests included vibration testing, acoustic testing, thermal testing, thermal vacuum testing, a shock test and mass measurement.
It underwent vibration, acoustic, thermal, thermal vacuum, shock and mass measurement tests.
The next series of tests will include thermal vacuum qualifications, which exposes the Sbirs birds to temperatures higher than those expected during its operational lifetime.
Mr Eades said the company will add to its agreement with Kingspan Solar Thermal, which manufactures Thermomax solar thermal vacuum tubes, used to produce hot water, at its Blackwood base.
Mr Eades said the company would add to its agreement with Kingspan Solar Thermal, which manufactures Thermomax solar thermal vacuum tubes at its Blackwood base.