Shannon Bragg-Sitton of INL discusses nuclear space applications

November 30, 2011, 7:00AMANS Nuclear Cafe

Shannon Bragg-Sitton of Idaho National Laboratory discusses nuclear applications for space missions, including the Mars Curiosity rover launched last Saturday, and the upcoming American Nuclear Society Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space (NETS) topical meeting, on March 21-23, in The Woodlands, Tex., held in conjunction with the March 19-23 Lunar and Planetary Sciences Conference. Please check the links above for more info.

These websites are loaded with beautiful pictures and launch videos, and packed with info about the Mars Science Laboratory mission:  Jet Propulsion Lab Mars Science Laboratory  &  JPL Curiosity Launch.

 


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