Follow us throughout this groundbreaking year in space exploration as we prepare to test and fly Orion, the spacecraft that will take the first woman and next man to the Moon. The year 2020 kicks off the decade that will see astronauts living and working in deep space, as they prepare for the next voyage: Mars. Each month, we will highlight a new space story that introduces you to the women and men behind these revolutionary innovations in exploration.
Lockheed Martin IQ
Stories of Innovation and Exploration from the people of Lockheed Martin Space
Lisa Callahan, VP and General Manager, Commercial Civil Space, at Lockheed Martin blogs about the latest technology in weather and what it means for the future of forecasting.
Jamie Hawkins, a former NOAA executive and current Lockheed Martin business development director, spoke with Laura Fooks, a Lockheed Martin communications employee, about what it’s like to study weather in space and what he’s excited about at AMS 2020.
How I Almost Failed at Engineering School. Lockheed Martin IQ: Renee Frohnert
Ad Astra: Real-life Engineers Influencing Hollywood
Four Challenges to Hypersonics by Rick Ambrose, Executive Vice President, Space and Scott Green, Executive Vice President, Missiles and Fire Control
Behind the Scenes: Ad Astra. Guy Chriqui, a senior research manager at Lockheed Martin, shares what it’s like to be a science consultant on a feature film.
Engineering Pyrotechnics for Crew Safety: Tim Pepe, a Lockheed Martin Space engineer knows what he wants to see during the Orion AA-2 test flight.
Designing Orion: Larry Price, Lockheed Martin Orion Deputy Program Manager, talks about designing the crew capsule that will return astronauts to the Moon and eventually Mars.
Rick Ambrose is Executive Vice President of Lockheed Martin Space , blogs about the end of the historic Spitzer Space Telescope program.