NASA and The Aerospace Corporation

NASA and The Aerospace Corporation For half a century, NASA and Aerospace have worked closely to increase the scientific and technical knowledge base of the nation and establish the United States as a leader in space technologies and explorations. Dave Bearden and Roy Chiulli   Established October 1, 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration […]  More »

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Headlines   Obama Outlines New Vision for NASA President Obama outlined a new strategic vision for NASA in a speech delivered at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on April 15, 2010. The president announced plans to increase NASA’s budget by $6 billion over the next five years to fund initiatives that include “robotic exploration of […]  More »

Aerospace Assists NASA in Preparing the James Webb Space Telescope for Launch

Aerospace Assists NASA in Preparing the James Webb Space Telescope for Launch By Richard Park   The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) will serve as the successor to NASA’s Hubble space telescope, which has been orbiting Earth since 1990. Hubble is the world’s first space-based optical telescope and has been sending back never-before-seen images of […]  More »

Journey to the Fourth Planet From the Sun: Curiosity Lands on Mars

Journey to the Fourth Planet From the Sun Curiosity Lands on Mars By Richard Park   The Mars rover Curiosity’s 352 million mile, eight-month trek came to fruition in August when it landed on the red planet’s surface. The Aerospace Corporation was closely involved in developing Curiosity, just as it had been with previous Mars […]  More »