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George Davis
Emergent Space, Greenbelt, Md.
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Oct. 1, 2012
 
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NASA Chief Technologist Visits Emergent Space Tech In Maryland Oct. 15
 
 

WASHINGTON -- NASA Chief Technologist Mason Peck will visit Emergent Space Technologies Inc. of Greenbelt, Md., at 3:30 p.m. EDT Monday, Oct. 15. The visit is part of NASA's ongoing recognition of American small businesses, which create new technologies that enable future missions while also creating new products, services and jobs.

Journalists are invited to join Peck and Emergent President George Davis during the one-hour tour of Emergent Space Technology's offices, located at 6411 Ivy Lane, Suite 303, in Greenbelt. Officials will be available to speak with reporters and take part in a photo opportunity during the tour. To attend, reporters must arrive by 3 p.m., for clearance into the facility.

Emergent Space Technologies provides consulting and engineering services to the civil, commercial, and military space industries around ITS core competencies of systems engineering; guidance, navigation and control; software development, and space mission automation. A recipient of numerous NASA Small Business Innovation Research awards, the company is a provider of advanced technology to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt as well as other NASA centers around the country.

For more information about Emergent Space, visit:

http://www.emergentspace.com


For more information about NASA's Office of the Chief Technologist and a biography of Peck, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/oct

 

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