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Aerodynamic Decelerator Systems Technical Committee

 TAC Announcements

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 Team Discussion

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Benjamin Tutt010/20/2011 4:31 PM


Announcement of the 2014 H.G. Heinrich Parachute Short Course  
by Mr Benjamin A Tutt
 11/6/2013 2:15 PM
Announcement of the 2012 H.G. Heinrich Parachute Short Course 
by Mr Benjamin A Tutt
 2/16/2012 6:42 PM
AIAA Year in Review Documents 
by Benjamin Tutt
 2/7/2011 1:15 AM
Next ADS TC Meeting- Feb 15th Reno NV 
by Benjamin Tutt
 1/21/2011 5:17 PM
TC Meeting at the Linda Hall Library 
by Benjamin Tutt
 10/20/2010 6:03 PM
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 Chair Information

Brian P Anderson
Affiliation :NASA-Johnson Space Center
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 ADS TC Scope

Development and application of aerodynamic deceleration systems and lifting parachutes, pararotators, and inflatable decelerators for aerodynamic deceleration, sustentation, and landing of manned and unmanned vehicles.

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