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Scott Matsunami Phones & Addresses

  • 12756 Caravel St, Cerritos, CA 90703
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 20043 Labrador St, Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 701-0349
  • Lafayette, IN
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Fullerton, CA

Work

Company: Northrop grumman aerospace systems Oct 2003 to Oct 2013 Address: Redondo Beach, CA Position: System integration performance assessment project manager

Education

Degree: BSME School / High School: University of Missouri-Rolla 1980 to 1984 Specialities: Mechanical Engineer

Interests

– Dragon boating (paddling & youth ...

Industries

Aviation & Aerospace

Resumes

Resumes

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Manager At Northrop Grumman Space Technology

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Position:
System Integration Performance Assessment Project Manager at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Aviation & Aerospace
Work:
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems - Redondo Beach, CA since Oct 2003
System Integration Performance Assessment Project Manager

Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems - El Segundo, CA 2002 - 2003
System Engineering Manger

Boeing Satellite Systems - El Segundo, CA 1991 - 2002
Campaign Engineering Manager

Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems - Redondo Beach, CA 1989 - 1991
Mechanical Design Integration Engineer - TDRSS

Pratt & Whitney - Canoga Park, CA 1987 - 1989
Design Engineer - Space Station
Education:
University of Missouri-Rolla 1980 - 1984
BSME, Mechanical Engineer
Interests:
– Dragon boating (paddling & youth development) – Outrigger – Bicycling – Golf – Parenting

Publications

Us Patents

Agile, Spinning Spacecraft With Sun-Steerable Solar Cell Array And Method

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US Patent:
6068218, May 30, 2000
Filed:
May 14, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/855684
Inventors:
Christopher M. Cosner - Manhattan Beach CA
Scott M. Matsunami - Chatsworth CA
David L. Behrin - Culver City CA
Assignee:
Hughes Electronics Corporation - El Segundo CA
International Classification:
B64G 144
US Classification:
244173
Abstract:
An agile, spinning spacecraft has a first body portion and a second body portion which is rotatably coupled about a first rotational axis to the first body portion. A pair of planar solar cell arrays are rotatably coupled to the second body portion along a second rotational axis that is preferably orthogonal to the first rotational axis. The first body portion can be spun if desired and the first rotational axis can be directed by an attitude control system to have selected orientations. The solar cell arrays are rotated about the first and second rotational axes in accordance with steering laws which maintain the arrays in an orthogonal relationship with a Sun line.
Scott M Matsunami from Cerritos, CA, age ~59 Get Report