The Aerospace Corporation will be participating at The 34th Annual Small Satellite Conference on Aug. 1-6, 2020. This year's event will explore the realm of possible space mission architectures and how they can be practically achieved to support the diverse needs of the global space community.
Researchers at Aerospace pioneered some of the first small spacecraft on orbit and were integrally involved in developing and promoting the CubeSat standard. Today, we provide our world-class technical expertise in the field of smallsats to support our customers in mission success.
VIRTUAL EVENTS AT SMALLSAT 2020
AETS FOR COMMERCIAL & INTERNATIONAL SPACE
PROXIMITY OPERATION WITH INTERESTING IMPLICATIONS
CONSTRAINT-BASED MISSION ASSURANCE
NEW COVID-19 NORMS FOSTER AGILE SMALLSAT INNOVATION
WHAT RISKS ARE POSED BY LARGE CONSTELLATIONS RE-ENTERING THE ATMOSPHERE?
HIVE SATELLITES REDEFINE DISAGGREGATION
RIGHT PLACE. RIGHT PATH. RIGHT PURPOSE.
REVEALING NIGHTTIME IMAGES FROM A CUBESAT
The CubeSat Multispectral Observing System (CUMULOS) is equipped with three commercial cameras and could prove to be a game-changer for weather forecasting, environmental monitoring, and other operations involving Earth-surface observation. (Read more...)
DELIVERING ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO SPACE
Aerospace engineers developed an artificial intelligence system that uses modern cloud computing to enable satellites to transmit meaningful data and discard the rest. (Read more...)
THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION ADDS A POWERFUL NEW CAMERA
The Near Infrared Airglow Camera (NIRAC), developed by a team at Aerospace, uses the Earth's natural airglow to capture stunning nighttime imagery. (Read more...)
PROPELLING THE FIELD OF SMALL SATS FORWARD
CONTINUOUS PRODUCTION AGILITY IN ACTION
MISSION ASSURANCE FOR THE MODERN SPACE ENTERPRISE
BUILDING THE MODULAR FUTURE OF SPACE
Space News Happens Fast
About The Aerospace Corporation
The Aerospace Corporation is a national nonprofit corporation that operates a federally funded research and development center and has approximately 4,000 employees nationwide. With major locations in El Segundo, Calif.; Albuquerque, N.M.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Washington, D.C., Aerospace addresses complex problems with agility, innovation, and objective technical leadership across the space enterprise and other areas of national significance. For more information, visit www.aerospace.org. Follow us on Twitter: @AerospaceCorp.