FIBA Technologies has dispatched a series of four-tube high pressure hydrogen packs to the world-renowned George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, located outside Huntsville, Alabama.
The Marshall Space Center is the US government’s civilian rocketry and spacecraft propulsion research center. It is also NASA’s largest facility, responsible for developing the Saturn launch vehicles for the historic Apollo program.
The four hydrogen packs are for use in the Space Center’s $350 million research and development project in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences.
FIBA is a long-term supplier of high pressure gas vessels to NASA and to various other US government operations, including the US Navy.