Aerospace Highlights

Launch Success for GPS IIF-8

Posted October 30, 2014

Spewing smoke and emitting a fiery flash, an Atlas V launch vehicle powered the latest GPS satellite to orbit on Wednesday, Oct. 29.  More »

BBC Crew Interviews Engineer and Scientist at Aerospace

Posted October 17, 2014

A video crew from the BBC spent Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the El Segundo campus of The Aerospace Corporation interviewing a scientist and an engineer for an upcoming documentary.  More »

Employees Pledge Contributions to Assist Diverse Pool of Charities

Posted October 05, 2014

Aerospace is once again offering employees the opportunity to select from more than 700 organizations to contribute to during the America’s Charities Employee Giving Campaign  More »

Not Much Dancing, But Cell Phone Flash Mob Produces Useful Data

Posted October 01, 2014

It was billed as a “cell phone flash mob” and resulted in a sight perhaps never before seen on the grounds of The Aerospace Corporation.  More »

Nine Honored as Top Award Goes to Pierre-Louis

Posted September 22, 2014

Each year, The Aerospace Corporation collectively pauses for one day to commemorate the accomplishments of some of its most exceptional employees.  More »

Transition Coach Offers Tips for Returning Veterans, Their Families

Posted September 09, 2014

With a steady increase of veterans coming home, employees had the opportunity to hear from Dr. Debora Humphreys, transition coach, about what to expect and how to be supportive during the shift from military service to civilian life.
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Student Team RIPS a Tool for Aerospace

Posted August 29, 2014

Four college students with this year’s Research in Industrial Projects for Students, or RIPS, spent their summer working with Aerospace mentors, breaking scientific ground, and creating a new tool for company engineers.  More »

Mission Assurance Improvement Workshop Aids Space Industry

Posted July 23, 2014

For the past seven years, Aerospace subject matter experts have gathered with industry colleagues from across the nation at the Mission Assurance Improvement Workshop (MAIW) to tackle issues relevant to the space community. “The MAIW provides a unique forum that allows industry to collaborate, at the technical subject matter expert level, on issues and concerns […]  More »

Three Corporate Officers, All Ph.D.s, Start New Jobs

Posted July 01, 2014

In a rare occurrence in the annals of The Aerospace Corporation, three corporate officers, all holding doctorate degrees, take their new posts on the same day.  More »

Team Pulls All-Nighters in Hawaii to Calibrate Satellites

Posted June 16, 2014

From a cramped portable trailer near the beach in Hawaii, a team of Aerospace engineers spent three weeks collecting data using sophisticated laser sensors.  More »

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