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…is a structures and dynamics engineer and supports many flight and ground system projects.  Currently he oversees the design of umbilical systems that provide fuel, electrical connections, and information to and from the Space Launch System (rocket). He previously worked on the Orion astronaut capsule and commercial human spaceflight programs.



…leads the Cross Program team with the Exploration Ground Systems (EGS) Program at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, USA.  Megan helps technical information requests and deliveries between the EGS (ground support), Space Launch System (rocket), and Orion (astronaut capsule) programs. Previously, Megan was a structural analyst at the Kennedy Space Center (KSC)



…designs and oversees fabrication, assembly, and testing for the Calibration Gas System on the Mass Spectrometer observing lunar operations (MSolo) lunar flight project that will look for and quantify water-ice on the Moon. She is also the Systems Engineer for the MSolo-2 mission – she assembles and tests the MSolo flight hardware for this mission and works closely with the lunar lander provider.

Katherine Holland


…a cryogenics analysis engineer at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.  I started as an intern at Kennedy Space Center in 2013 working in the Cryogenics Laboratory.  I joined NASA full-time in 2015 and have developed into a cryogenics analysis engineer, where I mainly work on the design of the liquid oxygen loading system for the Space Launch System, at Launch Complex 39B. 


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