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Biography
Erin Betts
Propulsion Engineer

Erin M. Betts is a Propulsion Systems Engineer at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, within the Engineering Directorate, working on the design, development, and fabrication of propulsion systems.  The work that Ms. Betts does at the development level will directly feed into achieving the Space Launch System (SLS) safety, affordability, and sustainability objectives.  Ms. Betts has worked significantly in the field of additive manufacturing and led a team that disassembled a Saturn era F-1 engine, taking the gas generator into a hot-fire test program.  She also has experience working the development and testing of the J-2X engine for SLS and solid propulsion systems for the Space Shuttle and Ares in the early part of her career.

Ms. Betts began her career at Marshall Space Flight Center in 2004.  She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and of the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering. 

 

Erin Betts

Erin Betts

 

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