Jonathan Clark, a former NASA flight surgeon who lost his wife, Laurel, in the space shuttle Columbia accident and dedicated himself to improving crew escape systems, was in charge of Baumgartner's medical team.
What does CES stand for?
CES stands for Crew Escape System (NASA)
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- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 561 other meanings of CES in our Acronym Attic
- Correspondence Expert System
- Cost Effective Sampling (ground water data)
- Cost Element Structure
- Cost Estimating Sheet(s)
- Cottondale Elementary School (Cottondale, AL)
- Coude Echelle Spectrometer (ESO)
- Counselor Education and Supervision
- Cranial Electrical Stimulation
- Credit Enhancement Securities
- Crestline Elementary School (Mountain Brook, Alabama)
- Cryogenic Engine Subassembly
- Cultural Events Series (Frostburg State Unversity; Frostburg, MD)
- Cummins Emissions Solutions
- Cumulative Enlisted Service
- Current Employment Statistics
- Current Environmental Solution
- Customer Equipment Service
- Customer Expectation Survey
- Customs Exam Site (US Customs and Border Protection)
- Customs Exam Station (US Customs and Border Protection)
Samples in periodicals archive:
NASA had an inflight crew escape system in place on the now-mothballed shuttle program, but only when an orbiter is in controlled gliding flight and can't reach a runway.