Global Aerospace Corporation Nasa Titan Atmospheric Rover

Titan Winged Aerobot

IRWINDALE, CA, July 6, 2016 – Global Aerospace Corporation announced today that, in collaboration with Northrop Grumman, it will be developing a new exploration vehicle for Saturn’s moon, Titan. Under a 2016 Phase I NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract, the team will develop the Titan Winged Aerobot (TWA) concept and produce a proof-of-concept prototype for Earth-based testing. TWA, inspired […]

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Balloons Surveying Mars

ALTADENA, CA – Balloons outfitted with innovative steering devices and robot probes may be the best way to survey Mars, in detail, in preparation for human exploration. Dr. Alexey Pankine, a project scientist at the Global Aerospace Corporation, is presenting an analysis of balloon applications for Mars exploration at the Space Technology and Applications International Forum in […]

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A NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR MONITORING GLOBAL DISASTERS

ALTADENA, CA – At the annual meeting of the Global Disaster Information Network in Rome, Italy last month, Global Aerospace Corporation introduced a new type of satellite that can provide communications and remote sensing data for disasters in remote areas of the world with no technological infrastructure. The new satellites, Stratospheric Satellites, consist of NASA-developed […]

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GLOBAL CONSTELLATIONS OF STRATOSPHERIC BALLOONS

ALTADENA, CA – Global Aerospace Corporation announced today that it has been awarded a $500,000 Phase II contract from NASA’s Institute for Advanced Concepts (NIAC) to develop a revolutionary concept for networks of stratospheric balloons. Networks of superpressure balloons can help scientists to study many major environmental problems. Changes involving tropical circulation and radiation balances, polar ozone depletion, and […]

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GLOBAL CONSTELLATIONS OF STRATOSPHERIC BALLOONS

ALTADENA, CA – Global Aerospace Corporation announced today that a decision has been made by the NASA’s Institute for Advanced Concepts (NIAC) to fund the second year of the Phase II contract to develop a revolutionary concept for networks of stratospheric balloons. Constellations of superpressure balloons can help scientists and meteorologists study many major environmental […]

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Astrotel Study

Someday scientists and explorers will regularly travel to Mars for research and exploration as they now travel to Antarctica. Knowing this eventuality enables us to plan for the future. As with the South Pole Base at Antarctica, an efficient transportation system will be needed rotate crews back and forth between Earth and Mars and to resupply needed equipment […]

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Development of HyperCMST

GAC was featured on SpaceRef.com on it’s announcement of the development of HyperCMST (Hypersonic Control Modeling & Simulation Tool) to be used for control studies for planetary atmospheric entry and descent, aerodynamic orbital capture and aerodynamic gravity assist. From the article: Global Aerospace Corporation announced today that it has begun development of a Hypersonic Control Modeling […]