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Aerospace's iPNT concept

Aerospace Develops a Low Cost Cislunar Navigation Approach

Aerospace engineers are designing a cislunar position, navigation, and timing (PNT) framework to support many future missions. Unlike GPS, which broadcasts signals from space to Earth, the Inverted-PNT (iPNT) concept broadcasts signals from ground stations to spacecraft flying in cislunar space. This inversion of the traditional architecture provides multiple advantages.
Artemis SLS (NASA KSC)

Artemis I: NASA’s Mission Back to the Moon Takes Flight

The Artemis program aims to return astronauts to the lunar surface by 2025, making way for eventually expanding human space exploration to Mars.
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Aerospace Unveils $100 Million Space Warfighting Center in Colorado Springs

Aerospace unveiled its new Space Warfighting Center (SWC) at a ribbon-cutting celebration in Colorado Springs, Colo. The opening of this facility comes at a crucial time when the U.S. national security space infrastructure is at risk from adversarial threats like jamming or destruction of satellites.
MDRS Crew 269

Mission Ready: First All-Aerospace Mars Analog Crew Is a Go

Aerospace’s six-member crew will embark on a two-week analog mission at the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) to test new technologies that could help shape the future of human space exploration.
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Accelerating Mission-Enabling Innovation With Government and Commercial Collaboration

Aerospace partnered with TechCrunch to convene TC Sessions: Space 2021, the second space enterprise event to explore opportunities and discussions that enable government space programs to further leverage commercial capabilities.
Liftoff USSF-8

Atlas V USSF-8 Launch Delivers Fifth and Sixth GSSAP Satellites to GEO

Aerospace supported the National Security Space Launch mission, which advances the Space Force's Geosynchronous Space Situational Awareness Program (GSSAP) network.
James Webb Space Telescope

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to Piece Together Universe’s History

Aerospace reflects on the mission, commending NASA and the entire Webb team on this major technological achievement.
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Spaceflight Safety Takes Center Stage With Aerospace’s New Actors in Space Workshop

Aerospace’s Space Safety Institute collaborated with Secure World Foundation to adapt the Handbook for New Actors in Space into an interactive curriculum.
Aerospace's new facility at Hill Air Force Base

Aerospace Expands Its Regional Office At Hill Air Force Base

The Aerospace Corporation hosted a ribbon-cutting today for its newly expanded offices at Hill Air Force Base in Utah, where significant work is being done to support the modernization of our nation’s nuclear deterrence programs and outpace adversarial nuclear threats.
Larry James

Former NASA JPL Deputy Director Named to Aerospace's Board of Trustees

Aerospace elected Lt. Gen. Larry D. James, USAF (Ret.), former deputy director and chief operating officer of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), to its Board of Trustees.
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Meet the Aerospace CubeSat Fleet

The Aerospace Corporation has been a pioneer in the design, construction, and flight of ultrasmall satellites. Learn about our past and future work.