Charles Lowry will discuss the preparations required to qualify the Perseverance Rover Supersonic Parachute for Martian Flight.
Charles Lowry was the lead project engineer at Airborne Systems for the Mars Perseverance Rover Parachute system. He graduated with his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering in 2014, from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has worked at Airborne Systems since 2012 when he started as an intern. Since working at Airborne, he has worked on the NASA Orion Program, Space X Dragon Cargo & Crew, Boeing CST-100, Blue Origin New Shepard, as well as many other research projects and small space systems. He is currently working on the next Mars mission for ESA, called ExoMars 2022.
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