Innovations Highlights

Aerospace Plays Big Role in NEXT Big Thing

Aerospace, in partnership with NASA, is on the cutting edge of the next big thing in ion engine propulsion.  More »

Incubating Bright Ideas

The Aerospace Technical Investment Program supports cutting edge research and technology through several internal grant programs.  More »

Smashing Satellites for Science

Usually, scientists and engineers work very hard to keep spacecraft from colliding with debris. Not this time.  More »

AeroCube 6 Launches Aboard Russian Rocket

AeroCube 6, comprising two half-unit picosats, was launched aboard a Dnepr rocket.  More »

Aerospace Engineer Proves Staggered Engine Start Theory

Aerospace engineer Dr. Jin Wook Lee devised a software tool to simulate a new way to launching a rocket — the staggered engine start.  More »

Dr. Martin Ross: Expanding the Boundaries of Climate Science

Dr. Martin Ross recently published new research that dispels previous conventional wisdom about the influence of solid rocket emissions on Earth’s climate.  More »

Comet ISON Provides Look at Origins of Solar System

Ray Russell is an astronomer who has now worked at Aerospace for more than 32 years, and in that time he has consistently explored the intersection of scientific discovery and customer-serving pragmatism.  More »

Aerospace Explores Nanotube Applications for Space

The Aerospace Corporation is pioneering space applications for an exciting new technology that holds the potential to revolutionize several industries.  More »

Big Boost for Small Spacecraft

Picosats today lack reliable, affordable propulsion systems. Aerospace’s Teresa Moore plans to change that.  More »

Aerospace Stands Out With CT Scanning Facility

Within the space industry, Aerospace has become known as the “go to” organization for quick turnarounds on high quality X-ray computed tomography (CT) investigations and inspections.  More »

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