Stories of Innovation
When Orion launched on December 5, 2014 for its historic EFT-1 mission over 1,200 sensors output a significant amount of flight data. The next mission, EM-1, will produce more data; faster. This data represents the voice of Orion, but what good is a voice when no one is listening? Mach-5 Insight™ listens and talks back. This incredible conversation enables the future of space exploration.
EFT-1 will provide engineers with data about systems critical to crew safety such as heat shield performance, separation events, avionics and software performance, attitude control and guidance, parachute deployment, and recovery operations to validate designs of the spacecraft before it begins carrying humans to new destinations in deep space.
We’ve invested in ground vehicles for more than three decades and we’re proud of our contributions. Here are some fun facts about our ground vehicles you might not have known.
There are a few defining moments of innovation that we can point to that changed the future. The first automobile in 1769, the first flight in 1903, the invention of the transistor in 1947…each one of these moments started a revolution leading to new technology that shaped the daily lives of people across the globe. Today, we see quantum computing as that next big moment.
Today’s infamous bank robbers, pick pockets and double agents don’t organize jewel heists, stake out busy street corners or lurk among the elite at exquisite dinner parties, yet they’re more dynamic and stealthy than ever.
You may know that the F-35 Lightning II is the only 5th Generation multi-role stealth fighter in the world, and that it is built by Lockheed Martin employees at a facility in Fort Worth, Texas. Here are five things that may surprise you about the F-35 Lightning II.
How the Kinetic Boot can power electronics for the U.S. Military one step at a time
Prior to launch, LCS Detroit will sit 12-14 feet above the waterline on the launch ways. It took several hours and unique equipment to complete the engineering feat of moving Detroit from her construction site to the water.
To be human is to explore. Iconic space programs such as Apollo and the space shuttle have taken people beyond Earth’s gravity and propelled humanity toward the stars, captivating generations, expanding scientific knowledge and triggering technological advances on Earth.