Andrew Shroble

Andrew Shroble

Engineer – Project Manager and Integrated Operations Flow Manager for Artemis | Exploration Ground Systems Program Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

Andrew has worked for the Space Program at Kennedy Space Center since 2013. He began his career as a flight systems operations engineer/planner. In 2015, he joined Jacobs, NASA’s prime contractor for the Exploration Ground Systems Program, working first as a planner/scheduler, then as a project manager. He is currently an integrated flow manager, coordinating launch processing activities in the Vehicle Assembly Building, including receiving and integrating the Space Launch System core stage rocket, as well as other flight components. He graduated from the University of Central Florida with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.

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Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 15:35 To 16:20

09/29/2021 15:35 09/29/2021 16:20 Space Logistics: The Sky's the Limit This session follows on from Breakbulk Magazine Issue 5’s feature story on the arrival of NASA’s most powerful rocket, the Space Launch System, also known as the Artemis rocket, at the Kennedy Space Center. It is the first time since 2011 that a launch vehicle will be assembled in the famous NASA hangar and the first rocket since the 1970s headed back to the moon.  

Join this exciting session to find out more about the project and its immediate next steps, as well as a project case study. Lastly, this session will link this project to broader perspectives from commercial space operations such as Spaceflight. It really is one not to be missed!
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Breakbulk Main Stage

"Space Logistics: The Sky's the Limit"

Andrew Shroble Arlan Cochran Liliana Villarreal Mark Nappi
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Wednesday 29/09/2021

From 15:35 To 16:20

09/29/2021 15:35 09/29/2021 16:20 Space Logistics: The Sky's the Limit This session follows on from Breakbulk Magazine Issue 5’s feature story on the arrival of NASA’s most powerful rocket, the Space Launch System, also known as the Artemis rocket, at the Kennedy Space Center. It is the first time since 2011 that a launch vehicle will be assembled in the famous NASA hangar and the first rocket since the 1970s headed back to the moon.  

Join this exciting session to find out more about the project and its immediate next steps, as well as a project case study. Lastly, this session will link this project to broader perspectives from commercial space operations such as Spaceflight. It really is one not to be missed!
Breakbulk Main Stage
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