Constance Adams

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Adams presenting at TEDxHouston in June 2011

Constance Adams (1964/65 – June 25, 2018) was an American space architect. He worked in the space program. In the late 1990s she was employed by Lockheed Martin Space Operations, to support the NASA’s Mars exploration research efforts at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.[1] Among other projects, Adams was involved in developing the Lockheed-Martin design of an inflatable module for the International Space Station.[2]

Adams died of colorectal cancer in Houston on June 25, 2018, aged 53.[3]

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  1. "The New School. Press Releases". www.newschool.edu. Archived from the original on 13 January 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  2. Adams, Constance, Kriss J. Kennedy. “ISS TransHab: A Space Inflatable Habitation Module” Proceedings of Space 2000: The Seventh International Conference and Exposition on Engineering, Construction, Operations and Business in Space (2000); American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston VA
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