Green Propellant Could Increase Worker Safety, Save Money

Aerospace recently had the opportunity to work with an emerging class of liquid rocket propellants that could save the space industry millions of dollars and keep its workers safer.  More »

Student Team RIPS a Tool for Aerospace

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Demonstrating What We Do

Members of the Governor’s Military Council toured the Aerospace El Segundo facilities on Monday, Dec. 9, then participated in a panel discussion with representatives of California defense contractors.  More »

Initial Technical Programs in 1960–1964, Technical Programs in 2010

Initial Technical Programs in 1960–1964   The technical programs initiated by each laboratory organization between 1960 and 1964 were comprehensive, visionary, and audacious. Together, they addressed fundamental technical problems involved in perfecting ballistic missiles as well as the challenges likely to be encountered by newly emerging space systems. Aerodynamics and Propulsion Laboratory (Joseph Logan, principal […]  More »

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