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  • Quest IMLI insulates cryogenic receiver dewar for NASA RRM3, first in-space cryogenic fluid transfer
  • Quest IMLI insulates the detector for Lucy spacecraft heading to Jupiter Asteroids
  • Quest IMLI insulation on the NASA GPIM spacecraft
  • Quest Load Bearing Insulation helps make NASA Reduced Boil-Off test a success

Quest Thermal invited to attend NASA Cryogenic Fuel Systems for Aircraft Workshop

Quest Thermal was invited to attend the NASA Cryogenic Fuel Systems for Aircraft meeting September 19 - 20 at Glenn Research Center.  This interesting NASA - industry workshop discussed goals, challenges and potential future research strategy to develop cryogenic fuels for aircraft and sustainable aviation.  Topics discussed ranged from certification, airport operations, airframe challenges and opportunities, propulsion challenges, to onboard fuel system challenges and opportunites.  It was an interesting meeting, and Quest scientists and engineers were glad to attend and participate!