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I’ve touched the Apollo 14 vehicle, witnessed the first flight of the C-2A cargo aircraft and watched Dawn leave the Earth – Life at Northrop Grumman […]
Before launching onto the celestial stage, Northrop Grumman experts dress spacecraft to protect it from extreme space temperatures. […]
Dr. Ed Silverman Northrop Grumman Fellow […]
Imagine having to squeeze an enormous mirror and a sunshield that’s the size of a tennis court into a rocket ship. This is the reality of an intricate deployment process engineers have incorporated into the construction of the James Webb Space Telescope. […]
The team behind Northrop Grumman’s Scalable Space Inertial Reference Unit navigation system is working to make sure the Roman Space Telescope can stabilize and point in the right direction, even when it’s extremely far from home for many years. […]