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Propulsion Lab Construction Takes Off

Aerospace is building a new laboratory that will allow safe testing of propulsion systems. With a symbolic flip of their chrome-plated shovels, Aerospace executives officially started the construction.  More »

Celebrating Engineers at Aerospace

It’s National Engineers Week! Check out these Q and As with some of the engineers at The Aerospace Corporation.  More »

Space Industry Leaders Address Affordability of Space Systems

Balancing affordability and risk in a cost-constrained acquisition environment led the discussion among top space leaders during the sixth annual U.S. Space Mission Assurance Summit.  More »

The Aerospace Corporation Ranked for Training Award

The Aerospace Corporation ranked number 82 in Training magazine’s Training Top 125 organizations with the most successful training and development programs in the world.  More »

Photos From Space

Last fall the Aerospace Picosat Team invited Aerospace employees to suggest places on Earth to photograph from space. These are the results.  More »

Aerospace Leaders Visit USC

Innovation and collaboration were the themes when Aerospace leaders met with USC leaders during a recent visit to USC.  More »

The Aerospace Corporation Selected for Top 50 Employers List

The Aerospace Corporation was selected for the Readers Choice Careers and the Disabled magazine’s 23rd annual Top 50 Employers list.  More »

Inaugural Gravely Award Goes to Austin

Dr. Wanda Austin received the inaugural Admiral Samuel L. Gravely Leadership and Service Award from the Pacific Battleship Center on Monday, Jan. 20.  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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