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Quest designs insulation for Lunar Surface ISRU surface liquefaction ground test

Quest Thermal, working with an Aerospace Prime Contractor, has designed, fabricated and installed a novel IMLI insulation system for a large LH2 test tank that integrates an active cryocooler with vapor cooling methods.  This NASA Tipping Point program is to advance the state of the art for ISRU surface liquefaction and storage. The system includes IMLI and WMLI highly integrated with the tank, tank supports, vapor cooling manifolds and cryocooler feedlines.