Aerospace harnessed Austin's creative and collaborative platform at South By Southwest this year to connect its government partners with industry leaders engaging together, shaping the future of space.
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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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Make a Career Out of Making a Difference

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.

Bridging Connections Across the Space Enterprise

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NASA’s Psyche Mission Could Unlock Secrets to How Planets Are Formed

NASA's mission could help researchers to better understand the formation process of terrestrial planets and their interior structures.

USSF-124 Launch: Delivering a Six Satellite Payload

USSF-124 launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida to deliver six satellites into orbit under the National Security Space Launch Program (NSSL). The Aerospace Corporation ensured mission success by providing independent and objective assessments in support of the USSF.

Tech Expo Showcases Aerospace’s Technical Excellence to Defense Partners

The inaugural event invited senior leaders across DoD space offices to see some of Aerospace’s research and development portfolio firsthand, and to discuss future priorities and partnerships.

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