The MIT Orbital Capacity Assessment Tool lets users model the long-term future space environment.
This laser communications terminal, developed at Lincoln Laboratory, aims to transmit data at high rates from the ISS to ground stations via NASA’s first two-way laser communications relay system.
The HUMANS nanowafer, an MIT Space Exploration Initiative student-led project, will travel to the ISS this month, and later to the moon, carrying messages in more than 64 languages from over 80 countries.
National Space Council’s Users Advisory Group will guide the Biden-Harris administration on space preservation and industry.
Lincoln Laboratory’s TeraByte InfraRed Delivery system sent data from a satellite to Earth at 100 Gbps — a rate that will transform future science missions.
As NASA launches Artemis I, MIT experts weigh in on the importance of the mission to future space exploration.
Bridging careers in aerospace manufacturing and fusion energy, with a focus on intentional inclusion
Joy Dunn ’08 helps solve the world’s greatest climate challenges while creating an open and equitable working environment.
BART and MARGE will reliably produce, store, and distribute 50 tons of rocket fuel per year on the surface of Mars.
Probstein’s research had diverse applications in fields including aeronautics, energy, desalination, and soil decontamination.