We know the future of the space industry will be tremendous, and Aphelion Aerospace is helping build that.
We also know that the success of any company depends on a strong foundation within its team, and we take great pride in who we bring on board in our mission.
With that being said, I’m thrilled to introduce you to our newest advisor, Edward Mango, who is going to help take Aphelion Aerospace to the next level.
Meet Edward Mango
Edward J. Mango is a Professor and Instructor at Easter Florida State College along the Florida space coast. He has worked in the Aerospace Technology program since 2017, and teaches Aerospace, Electrical and Structural systems.
He is also a member of the International Space Safety Foundation, filling the role as the Vice President for Research and Education.
Mr. Mango served at NASA and the US Air Force for over 34 years, and retired in 2016 after leading the ground application software project for Orion and SLS processing and launch.
He also served as the first Program Manager for the Commercial Crew Program, while creating the program and initiation for the Multi-Center program.
The CCP is NASA’s multi-billion dollar effort to develop the next United States capability for crew transportation to and from the International Space Station (ISS).
Edward has earned numerous awards, including:
– Exceptional Service Medal
-Outstanding Leadership Medal
-Center Director’s Award
-Rotary National Award for Space Achievement Stellar Award
He also earned his Bachelor of Science in aerospace engineering in 1981 from Parks College of Saint Louis University and Master of Science in engineering from the University of Central Florida.
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