J-2X


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J-2X

A J-2 staff element normally associated with a deployed joint force, consisting of the human intelligence operations cell and the task force counterintelligence coordinating authority. The J-2X is responsible for coordination and deconfliction of all human source-related activity. See also counterintelligence; human intelligence.
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After successfully testing the duct, the Marshall engineers moved on from the J-2X rocket engine to developing a smaller engine more compatible with the build box of available 3D printers.
Delivering 30 percent more thrust and five percent more performance than the J-2 Apollo-era engine, upon which it is based, the J-2X is the highest performing human-rated upper-stage engine to be developed in nearly 40 years.
The J-2X engine, designed and built by NASA and industry partner Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne of Canoga Park, Calif.
Rocketdyne has been working on the new rocket engines for the past several years and last November successfully completed the design review on the J-2X, a $1.
The J-2X engine's nozzle is significantly similar to the nozzle Volvo Aero produces for the Ariane 5 ECA rocket's Vulcain 2 engine.
FLORIDA (CyHAN)- The J-2X powerpack assembly was fired up one last time on Dec.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 11, 2011-Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne and NASA partnership concludes hot-fire test on J-2X Engine(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Pratt & Whitney Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne J-2X Engine for NASA's Future Human Spaceflight Ready for Test.
2 billion is to design, develop and test a rocket engine called J-2X.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne (PWR) has selected Volvo Aero (Nasdaq:VOLV) (STO:VOLVA) (STO:VOLVB) to participate in the early development phase of the nozzles for the J-2X engine, destined for NASA's new manned launcher ARES I, the successor of the current Space Shuttle.
J-2X POWERBACK TEST: The J-2X powerpack assembly was fired up one last time on Dec.
Also, NASA is preparing to hot-fire test the new J-2X upper-stage rocket engine developed by Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne.