John Scott

Chief Technologist, Propulsion and Power
NASA Johnson Space Center


John H. Scott serves as Chief Technologist for the Propulsion and Power Division at NASA Johnson Space Center, where he is responsible for advancing the technology needed by Human Spaceflight in power generation, in-space propulsion, energy storage, pyrotechnics, and Lunar/Planetary In-situ Resource Utilization. After beginning his aerospace career in propulsion at TRW, Mr. Scott has served at JSC for thirty years in engineering, project management, and supervisory positions in support of the Space Shuttle, International Space Station, and various Human Exploration study programs. Mr. Scott is a published author on spacecraft fuel cell and nuclear power technologies. He holds a BSME from Rice University and an MSME and MBA from UCLA.


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