With the effects of climate change becoming more prominent, Aerospace is leveraging technology and lessons learned to improve wildfire detection and monitoring.
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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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USSF-44: Space Force Successfully Completes First Mission on Falcon Heavy Rocket

USSF-44 marked the first time SpaceX's most powerful rocket was used in support of a National Security Space Launch mission.

Aerospace Develops a Low Cost Cislunar Navigation Approach

Aerospace engineers are designing a cislunar position, navigation, and timing (PNT) framework to support many future missions.

Expanding Integration Across Government and Commercial Space for Speed and Resiliency

Aerospace partnered with TechCrunch to bring together industry leaders and experts, helping break down barriers within the enterprise by facilitating conversations that can help drive collaboration and innovation.

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