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WELCOME TO THE PSA BRANCH
Branch Chief Image Robert M. Plencner, Chief

Welcome to the Propulsion Systems Analysis Branch at NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Here, we strategically assess this center’s aeronautics and space program activities. We play a critical role in analytically calculating the performance and economic benefits of advanced and unconventional aeronautical and astronautical technologies. These assessments help to influence NASA’s decision-making process and strategically guide the direction of its technology portfolios. Revolutionary technologies developed under these programs enable the Agency to charter a bold new course by improving the quality of life on this planet and exploring the universe.

We are committed to revolutionizing propulsion, power, and communications technologies to ensure the U.S. industry’s global preeminence in both aeronautics and space. These technologies will lead to environmentally friendly and economically viable air transportation, improve our understanding of the universe, and enable human and robotic exploration of the solar system.

We are excited to be part of the technological journey into the new century and invite you to join us in this great adventure by learning more about what we do, how it affects you, and how you can play a role.

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Last Updated: February 2, 2016