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Quest designs High Altitude Long Endurance LH2 tank insulation

Quest Thermal, working with our client, has designed a lightweight thermal insulation system that provides low heat leak in-air on ground, and improved performance at high altitudes.  Structural discrete spacers self support a thin vacuum shell, providing heat flux as low as 0.3W/m2, and estimated LH2 mass fractions near 80%.