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The Women of Artemis

Artemis II will take a crew on a similar route to Artemis I, and Artemis III will land astronauts on the Moon for the first time since 1972.

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The Beginning of Beyond

Artemis Rocket Testing Helps Propel the Next Giant Leap in Space Travel

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ESPAStar™: A Freight Train to Space

The ESPAStar spacecraft bus is the building block for a n array of programs.

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One Shot to do the Impossible

The Intense Testing of the James Webb Space Telescope

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Bending the Laws of Physics to See the Farthest Reaches of Space

How the Precision Backplane Gives NASA’s James Webb Primary Mirror its Focus

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Creating Zero G on a Planet Weighed Down by Gravity

Northrop Grumman engineers can mimic the weightlessness of zero G using weights, pulleys and other forms of ground support equipment.

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Digital Modeling for Out-of-This-World Environments: The James Webb Space Telescope

What happens when a razor-thin umbrella the size of a tennis court hitches a ride to space on a noisy, bumpy rocket?

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The Backplane of NASA’s Webb Telescope Offers a Strong, Steady Hand

The JWST will rely on a support structure that aims to carry more than two tons of hardware and provide stability to the spacecraft.

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Strengthening Missile Defense through Suborbital Target Vehicles

Detecting, identifying and defeating ballistic threats

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Rocket Design Team Helps Launch New Space Opportunities

Researching and creating new rocket designs can take engineers and manufacturing teams years to test and refine.  

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Water on Mars: The Deployables That Helped to Learn More about Martian H20

Thanks to innovative space deployable structures made by Astro Aerospace, we are learning more about the Red Planet every day.

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How the MIMIC Program Catalyzed Northrop Grumman Leadership in Space

Since the dawn of the space age, we have partnered with the U.S. government to define and implement many of the nation's most challenging space missions.

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Virtual Reality Brings Engineers to the Moon

How do you go to the moon without actually going to the moon? Virtual reality (VR).

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Foiling Failure: the Value of Forensic Science in Aerospace Engineering

Northrop Grumman uses specialized forensic science teams in Reliability Analysis Labs to foil future failures.

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SharkSat Scales Up to Deliver Advanced Technology Demonstration

Northrop Grumman’s SharkSat explores the potential impact of Ka-band, software-defined radio in space.

Navigating Mars and Beyond

Launching Solutions into Space: The Innovation Technology Paradox

DAWN Spacecraft: Uncovering the Relics of the Early Solar System

DAWN Spacecraft: Uncovering the Relics of the Early Solar System

Meet R3D2 — the progenitor of purpose-built spacecraft paradigms

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Space solutions in a pinch: The positional Pinch Polarizer

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Safety first! The Launch Abort System (LAS) helps to protect Orion astronauts as they achieve orbit.

Digital Transformation

Northrop Grumman unveiled the B-21 Raider on Dec. 2, 2022 at the company’s facility in Palmdale, California.

10 Facts About Northrop Grumman’s B-21 Raider

Northrop Grumman’s B-21 Raider was unveiled, Dec. 2.

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Lights, Camera, Tomcat

From the set with Tom Cruise to the real TOPGUN

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Beyond the Mind’s Eye

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Help Engineers Visualize What’s Possible

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Gray Wolf Missile Design

A Feat of Digital Engineering and Open Architecture

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MQ-4C Triton Takes Flight with Multi-Intelligence Upgrade

Northrop Grumman and the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command celebrated the successful first test flight of the newest configuration of the the MQ-4C Triton.

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Putting Cockpits under Glass in Vertical Lift Military Aircraft

Northrop Grumman leads digital integrated avionics for military aircraft by upgrading the analog cockpit of UH-60L Black Hawk helicopter.

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Ditching the Documents

Digital Engineering Speeds Development and Deployment of Advanced Weapons

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Digital Sustainment Tools Enhance Mission Readiness

Sustainment is a vital element of any product’s lifecycle.

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Using Automation and Robotics in Advanced Aircraft Production

Supporting the latest in fighter aircraft.

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LIDAR Technology at Work: The Pathfinder Reconnaissance Drone

A drone fitted with LIDAR technology could fly into a dangerous urban environment and give troops a real-time look at layout, obstacles, and hazards.

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The End Game: Extended Reality (XR) Transforms Platform Sustainment

Northrop Grumman uses XR to improve program performance, efficiency and affordability in delivering platform sustainment and modernization.

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Incubating and Investing Bring Innovation to Life

Finding bold new solutions to some of the biggest challenges in aerospace.

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Ahead of the Curve: Scouting for Disruptive Technologies

Northrop Grumman continuously monitors new and disruptive ideas to harness new tech and ideas for customers and their missions.

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RQ-4 Global Hawk Modernized Ground Segment Comes in From the Cold

Northrop Grumman's Ground Segment Modernization Program (GSMP) contract with the Air Force is changing the way the RQ-4 Global Hawk aircraft gathers intel.

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Interoperability Leads to LongShot

New Unmanned Autonomous Vehicle Highlights Advanced Weapons Technology

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Busting Myths about Military Technology and the Electromagnetic Spectrum

Northrop Grumman busts myths about the broad range of electronic warfare techniques that can be used to detect threats, hide from threats and jam signals.

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Finding a Single Source of Truth with Model-Based Systems Engineering

Know a systems engineer?  Then you know a communicator and a translator – from the world of engineering. 

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Project MOSQUITO Has the Wings to Change How Military Aircraft Are Built

Northrop Grumman employed digital engineering and Lean-Agile development methods to get Project MOSQUITO off the ground and ensure successful delivery.

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Revolutionizing Military Operations with Augmented Reality

Northrop Grumman engineers developed an idea for a Microsoft HoloLens 2 AR interface for the military to use to evaluate assets in the field.

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Quantum 2.0: Qubits, communication and cryptography

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Hiding in plain sight — the benefits of binary-based hardware defense

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Turning Imaging into Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

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Real-time Insights with a Future Bent

AI and Machine Learning Predict the Life of Systems with an OODA Loop

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Artificial Intelligence Helps Protect Troops in Denied GPS Environments

Northrop Grumman uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to combat threats to navigation systems using innovative software techniques.

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Defense AI Technology: Worlds Apart From Commercial AI

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AI Ethics: Building Security and Responsibility into Intelligent Systems

Northrop Grumman is collaborating with U.S. Government organizations to determine if an AI model is sufficiently safe, secure, and ethical for DoD use.

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Can Artificial Intelligence Apply Gaming to Military Strategy?

Advanced Manufacturing

Making Super-Small Microelectronics with Superpowers

A Power Controller ASIC bring picked posting wafer dicing at ATL.

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Flight Status: Composite Technology is Right on Time

Advances in composite technology are helping the aerospace industry prepare for increased pressure to get new aircraft out the door and into the skies.

Surviving Space

Solving the biggest survivability challenges in aerospace engineering with carbon nanotubes and 3D printing

Surviving Space

Solving the biggest survivability challenges in aerospace engineering with carbon nanotubes and 3D printing

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Surviving Space

Solving the biggest survivability challenges in aerospace engineering with carbon nanotubes and 3D printing

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ESD PEKK: The Additive Acronym of Advanced Aerospace Manufacturing

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Double vision? Upgrading robot accuracy with digital twins and machine learning

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Five Innovations Made Possible With Carbon Nanotubes

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Creation combination — the future of fiber and plastic in 3D printing