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David A. Stephenson

International Partner Integration Manager

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

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National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

2101 NASA Pkwy

Houston, Texas,77058

United States

Company Description

Established in 1959, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is the US government agency responsible for the civilian space program as well as aeronautics and aerospace research. Since that time, most U.S. space exploration efforts have been l...more

Background Information

Employment History

Lscs

United States Government


Propulsion and Power Lead - S&MS

US Government, NASA


Project Manager for the Radial Segmented Launch Vehicle

Marshall Center


Systems Analyst

Control Data Corporation


Web References(5 Total References)


WSST Lab Table

www.wsst.org [cached]

David Stephenson, of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, said the low-cost rocket concept is a result of teamwork between government and industry."We've heard many people refer to it as "milk trucks in space," and we're not too far off from that," he said.


2006-05

www.abec.ca [cached]

But developing a LOX-methane engine that could launch small satellites into low-Earth orbit is probably three to four years away, says David Stephenson, manager of the Radial Segmented Launch Vehicle project at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, where the test took place.
"We're at the stage of trying to prove these things are feasible," he told New Scientist. "We're not there yet."


NASA, Industry and Air Force Team Achieves Critical Milestone in Liquid Oxygen-L - Stargazers Lounge

stargazerslounge.com [cached]

"As a result of these tests, NASA engineers have learned a great deal about different configurations for LOX-methane propulsion systems," said David Stephenson, project manager for the Radial Segmented Launch Vehicle at the Marshall Center.
The benefits of LOX-methane engines, Stephenson said, stem from their strong performance in supporting missions with heavy payloads.


NASA Achieves LOX-Methane Test-Firing Milestone

www.space-travel.com [cached]

"As a result of these tests, NASA engineers have learned a great deal about different configurations for LOX-methane propulsion systems," said David Stephenson, Marshall's project manager for the Radial Segmented Launch Vehicle.The benefits of LOX-methane engines, Stephenson said, stem from their strong performance in supporting missions with heavy payloads."Compared to engines powered by traditional storable hypergolic liquid fuels," he said, "LOX-methane engines have additional capabilities in supporting a large spacecraft's descent and landing on a planetary surface."


NASA, Industry and Air Force Team Achieves Critical Milestone in Liquid Oxygen-Liquid Methane Engine Development Program | SpaceRef Canada - Your Daily Source of Canadian Space News

www.spaceref.ca [cached]

"As a result of these tests, NASA engineers have learned a great deal about different configurations for LOX-methane propulsion systems," said David Stephenson, project manager for the Radial Segmented Launch Vehicle at the Marshall Center.The benefits of LOX-methane engines, Stephenson said, stem from their strong performance in supporting missions with heavy payloads.


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