Event Title

Panel Session Content

Location

Cocoa Beach, Florida

Start Date

3-4-1967 12:00 AM

Description

Chemical and Nuclear Propulsion and Power Systems

Chairman: Robert Gray, Director Unmanned Launch Operations, NASA, KSC, Fla.

Co-Chairman: B. C. McCary, Jr. RCA MTP, Patric AFB, Fla.

Content:

1. Ground Testing of High Chamber Pressure Propulsion System by A.W. Langill of Aerojet-General, Sacramento, California

2. Safety Program at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station by P. Friffiths, G.L. Paramenter and P.B. Erickson of Space Nuclear Propulsion Office, Jackass Flats, Nevada

3. An Undersea Radioisotope Power Supply (URIPS) by H.C. Carney of Aerojet-General Nucleonics, San Ramon, California

4. NERVA Engine Development Status by C.M. Rice of Aerojet-General, Sacramento and NERVA Reactor Development Status by W.H. Esselman of Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA.

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Apr 3rd, 12:00 AM

Panel Session Content

Cocoa Beach, Florida

Chemical and Nuclear Propulsion and Power Systems

Chairman: Robert Gray, Director Unmanned Launch Operations, NASA, KSC, Fla.

Co-Chairman: B. C. McCary, Jr. RCA MTP, Patric AFB, Fla.

Content:

1. Ground Testing of High Chamber Pressure Propulsion System by A.W. Langill of Aerojet-General, Sacramento, California

2. Safety Program at the Nuclear Rocket Development Station by P. Friffiths, G.L. Paramenter and P.B. Erickson of Space Nuclear Propulsion Office, Jackass Flats, Nevada

3. An Undersea Radioisotope Power Supply (URIPS) by H.C. Carney of Aerojet-General Nucleonics, San Ramon, California

4. NERVA Engine Development Status by C.M. Rice of Aerojet-General, Sacramento and NERVA Reactor Development Status by W.H. Esselman of Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA.

 

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