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Thin Aerogel as a Spacer in Multi-Layer Insulation for Cryogenic Space Applications, Phase I

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Thin Aerogel as a Spacer in Multi-Layer Insulation for Cryogenic Space Applications, Phase I
Long duration storage of large quantities of cryogenic fluids for propulsion, power, and life-support is an essential requirement for long-term missions into space. The behavior of active and passive cryogenic fluid management (CFM) is paramount to the reliability of a spaceship and cryotank storage. More »

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