Mark Hempsell

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Mark Hempsell is a UK aerospace engineer; who currently works at Reaction Engines Limited,[1] where he joined as the Future Programmes Director.[2]

He has a BSc in Physics from Imperial college and Masters in Astronomy and Astronautics from Hatfield university.[2] As a Business Development Manager he ran infrastructure studies on launch systems (BAe HOTOL, MacDonnell Douglas Delta Clipper), European space stations and the BAe Multirole Capsule).[2]

He was the president of the British Interplanetary Society from 1997 to 2000, and was editor of the JBIS periodical from 2005-2009[2]

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