THE AEROSPACE CORPORATION AT SMALLSAT 2022

The Aerospace Corporation continues to provide its expertise to support independent review, mission and payload design, risk assessment, anomaly resolution, and trustworthy advice on ground systems and operations.
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The Aerospace Corporation will be participating at the 36th Annual Small Satellite Conference on August 6-11, 2022 in Logan, Utah. We look forward to engaging with the broader smallsat community to highlight the latest innovations, concepts and capabilities in the field. This year's event will explore the realm of the possible and investigate key advancements for smallsat missions to truly become transformational scientific discovery tools beyond low Earth orbit.

Researchers at Aerospace pioneered some of the first small spacecraft in 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. 

Join us in the discussion on Twitter with #AeroatSmallSat#SmallSat #conference2022.

 

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