ga('create', 'UA-16038215-1', 'auto'); ga('send', 'pageview');
Home | Tag Archives: NASA

Tag Archives: NASA

SPF and SLS Help NASA Explore Deep Space

Spray Foam Insulation Allows NASA to get to Mars

By Jen Kramer Mars. The Red Planet. 142 million miles away from our sun. Visiting such a place – let alone colonizing it – was long thought to be in the realm of science fiction. But now, thanks to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Space Launch System (SLS) and spray polyurethane foam (SPF), fiction is quickly becoming fact. ...

Read More »

The Right Stuff: NASA Spin-off Company Pursues a Distinctly Efficient Approach to the Design of Mechanical Systems

While building science is a concentration typically relegated to the Earth’s surface, for obvious reasons, a mechanical engineering company located near Dallas, Texas channels its history in space exploration to more efficiently design mechanical systems. “It’s not exactly rocket science that we do,” said Richard Rue, CEO of EnergyWise Structures.” But we do have a rocket scientist designing our systems.” ...

Read More »
Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami