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2325 Jun 2013
Girdwood, Alaska, United States
The Cryogenic Society of America, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
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Theresa Boehl
218 Lake Street
Oak Park
United States
708-383-6220 ex. 304


The 25th Space Cryogenics Workshop

The 25th Space Cryogenics Workshop will be held Sunday, June 23 through Tuesday, June 25, 2013 at the Alyeska Resort near Girdwood, Alaska. Sponsors are NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the Cryogenic Society of America. Join us as we explore Space Cryogenics at Earth’s Last Frontier.

The Workshop is an opportunity for all those engaged in low temperature work to exchange research results and knowledge, to inform the world about accomplishments and breakthroughs, and to network and share information with peers from around the world. All aspects of space cryogenics will be represented, with an emphasis on work related to previous missions as well as future research.