A note from Sierra Nevada Corporation:
NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) will host a news conference on Tuesday, March 11, to announce a newly expanded Space Act Agreement. Under this new agreement, Marshall will provide technical expertise to SNC as it plans for integration of on-orbit science payloads on its Dream Chaser spacecraft. Teledyne Brown Engineering, which will provide support to SNC under a Teaming Agreement, will also participate.
News conference participants are:
- Paul Gilbert, deputy manager of the Flight Programs and Partnerships Office, NASA Marshall
- Mark McEylea, chief of the Advanced Planning and Integration Office for Marshall’s Mission Operations Laboratory
- Mark Sirangelo, corporate vice president and head of Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems, Louisville, Colo.
- Rex Geveden, executive vice president of Teledyne Technologies, Thousand Oaks, Calif.