MISSION READY: FIRST ALL-AEROSPACE MARS ANALOG CREW IS A GO

Aerospace’s six-member crew will embark on a two-week analog mission at the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) to test new technologies that could help shape the future of human space exploration.
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The Aerospace Corporation: Who We Are

As an independent, nonprofit corporation operating the only FFRDC for the space enterprise, The Aerospace Corporation performs objective technical analyses and assessments for a variety of government, civil, and commercial customers.
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Whether you’re ensuring the resiliency of satellite systems or finding a better way to remove dangerous debris from orbit, your work at Aerospace will make a difference. From delivering world-class mission assurance to pioneering technological breakthroughs, you’ll help build a safer, stronger future.

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Artemis I: NASA’s Mission Back to the Moon Takes Flight

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The Artemis program aims to return astronauts to the lunar surface by 2025, making way for eventually expanding human space exploration to Mars.

Aerospace Prototype Could Help Reshape the Future of PNT

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The Aerospace Corporation is advancing solutions to augment and strengthen the nation’s PNT capabilities by exploring the use of alternative radiofrequencies to transmit PNT signals.

Ionosphere Mission SPORTs Aerospace Sensor Article

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Aerospace developed a critical sensor to study the effects of ionosphere scintillation, a natural occurrence that disrupts radio signals, communications, and GPS navigation.

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