From Deep Space to Sin City, Jellum's Engineering Masterpieces Are on Display


September 28, 2022

Kirk Jellum is a 1992 graduate of Chinook High School, Aerospace Engineer and an amazing large scale engineering car artist. Not many can say they have worked on something located in deep space as well as another project located in the heart of Las Vegas on the world famous Freemont Street.

Jellum graduated from Montana State University in 1997. From there he designed tooling for booster rockets and commercial aircraft before moving on to the Aerospace Industry, where he played a role in the design of the James Webb Telescope that replaced the famed Hubble back in 2018. Pictures being sent...

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