John Harlow joined the British Interplanetary Society in 1971 and was elected to Fellow in 1976. His specialist field is rocket propulsion technology, having worked at the Rocket Propulsion Establishment Westcott for many years on many UK rocket motors and launch vehicles. He has chaired various BIS Committees including, History, Programme and Membership. He served twice as BIS President, firstly from 2000 – 2003, and again from 2006-2009.
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@venturethinking: RT @DavidHomfray: @Victrix75 @BIS_spaceflight Bob is a legend, taught me space propulsion at cranfield. Not much he hasn't done in the field
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@Victrix75: RT @DavidHomfray: @Victrix75 @BIS_spaceflight Bob is a legend, taught me space propulsion at cranfield. Not much he hasn't done in the field
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@rnitsch: RT @Victrix75: Former President medal presented by the new @BIS_spaceflight President #MarkHempsall to #BobParkinson at today's AGM http://…
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