2017 NIAC Symposium Talk: “Fusion-Enabled Pluto Orbiter and Lander”

You can view Stephanie Thomas’ talk from the 2017 NIAC symposium, “Fusion-Enabled  Pluto Orbiter and Lander,” on NASA’s livestream link:

Her talk starts at timestamp 26:15 of the video. Her poster and slides are linked below:

NIAC Phase II Poster [PDF]

NIAC Phase II Presentation [PDF]

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About Michael Paluszek

Michael Paluszek is President of Princeton Satellite Systems. He graduated from MIT with a degree in electrical engineering in 1976 and followed that with an Engineer's degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT in 1979. He worked at MIT for a year as a research engineer then worked at Draper Laboratory for 6 years on GN&C for human space missions. He worked at GE Astro Space from 1986 to 1992 on a variety of satellite projects including GPS IIR, Inmarsat 3 and Mars Observer. In 1992 he founded Princeton Satellite Systems.

One thought on “2017 NIAC Symposium Talk: “Fusion-Enabled Pluto Orbiter and Lander”

  1. Looking forward to seeing Stephanie present the latest results of your work!
    There are some other fusion related presentations too this year!

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