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Quest builds Load Bearing MLI coupons for NASA testing

Quest's Load Bearing MLI (LBMLI), a structural MLI that can self support external loads such as broad area cooled thermal shields used for cryocooled Zero Boil Off cryogenic propellant systems, will undergo further testing at NASA Glenn Research Center.  NASA CFM researcher Wes Johnson will test LBMLI coupons using a new low temperature calorimeter being built at Glenn.  Goals include better understanding of superinsulation performance at very low temperatures (20K).