The Aerospace Corporation and RAND recently sponsored and co-hosted the first U.S. Space Rescue Workshop, bringing government, industry, and private space organizations together to advance the topic of in-space rescue capabilities and protocols.
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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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Aerospace Develops New Capability to Deorbit Small Spacecraft

A team at Aerospace recently developed a prototype deorbit motor that could enable space operators to safely retire their spacecraft on demand, which is now more essential than ever to space missions.

USSF-62 Launch: Aerospace Supports Delivery of Key Weather Satellite to Orbit

USSF-62 delivers the first of two WSF-M satellites that bring new capabilities to the nation and its allies.

Aerospace Advances Space Enterprise and Workforce Initiatives at Space Symposium 39

Aerospace's presence resonated throughout the industry's premier conference, with leaders and experts shaping and contributing to key enterprise-wide initiatives throughout the week.

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