Aerospace at 39th Space Symposium

The Aerospace Corporation will be participating in the 39th Space Symposium, hosted April 8-11, 2024 by the Space Foundation at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.
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As the nation’s trusted partner for the space enterprise, The Aerospace Corporation is eager to engage on the wide range of critical topics to be highlighted at the 39th Space Symposium. As the space domain continues to evolve rapidly, advancing collaboration and new approaches to solving the hardest problems are essential to ensuring a more resilient and agile space enterprise.

Aerospace looks forward to contributing to this important dialogue with stakeholders across national security, civil, commercial and international space.


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Space Workforce 2030

Maintaining U.S. leadership in the competitive arena of space necessitates confronting the critical and growing shortage of technical and other key skills within the space industry. As a first-of-its-kind endeavor, Space Workforce 2030 (SWF2030) is a call-to-action across the space industry to come together for a shared purpose: to INSPIRE, PREPARE and EMPLOY a space workforce that can support the dynamic and diverse needs of space missions for generations to come. Learn more about how SWF2030 is advancing the most exhilarating sector at this pivotal moment in history.

The Space Safety Institute at The Aerospace Corporation

Aerospace is establishing a Space Safety Institute to deliver independent technical support and assessments to enhance the safety of space and space-related activities for government, commercial, and international customers.

Commercial Space Futures

Through Commercial Space Futures, Aerospace brings its deep technical expertise and independent insight to help the nation solve challenges and outpace threats in the rapidly evolving space environment. Commercial Space Futures is an extension of our existing support to the U.S. space enterprise to maximize U.S. government access to and incorporation of commercial space capabilities and technologies.  
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COSMIC: Propelling ISAM From Transformational to Routine

Aerospace supported the Consortium for Space Mobility and ISAM Capabilities (COSMIC) in kicking off its endeavor in forging a whole-of-nation approach to in-space servicing, assembly and manufacturing.

Space Warfighting: Outpacing the Threat

Space is a warfighting domain. Preserving space for future generations is not only matter of promoting safety and sustainability — ensuring security and stability is essential for the nation's space enterprise. To facilitate a better understanding of what space warfighting really means, Aerospace experts are available for media requests to discuss related topics.
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SPARTA: Space Attack Research And Tactic Analysis

Aerospace's Space Attack Research and Tactic Analysis (SPARTA) matrix is intended to provide unclassified information to space professionals about how spacecraft may be compromised due to adversarial actions across the attack lifecycle.

Take Your Place in Space

At Aerospace, you’ll help build and protect the future of our world by solving some of the most critical problems in our universe. Join the team and take your place in space.
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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

At Aerospace, we believe that we can only fulfill our goals—and those of our customers—by securing a diverse and inclusive workforce, and an environment that will nurture the best ideas and generate the most novel innovations.

Aerospace Virtual Tours

Aerospace's virtual tours allow you to explore our state-of-the-art facilities from the comfort of your own desk. Available self-guided tours include:
• xLab
• iLab
• STARS Mission Operation Center
• Physical Sciences Laboratories

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