Our Missions

These are some of the missions that our Deep Space Systems employees have worked on.

Prior to becoming DSS employees our people have also worked on programs including: the Space Shuttle, ISS, Dream Chaser, Deep Impact, several large classified programs, and many other spacecraft and space system projects.

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The Hope spacecraft will arrive at Mars on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the UAE.

Emirates Mars Mission
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The Geostationary Operation Environmental Satellite -R series analyzes Earth weather patterns.

Goes-R
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InSight measures Martian seismic activity as well as analyzing weather patterns on the Martian surface.

InSight
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Lucy is a spacecraft designed to study the Trojan asteroids near Jupiter in order to discover more about the origins of our planets in our solar system.

Lucy
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The twin rovers Spirit and Opportunity went to Mars to analyze the various types of rocks and terrain.

Mars Exploration Rovers
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The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN was sent to analyze the wind and weather patterns on Mars.

MAVEN
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The Lockheed Marin Next Step is a space station designed to study humans living in a more deep space low gravity environment away from Earth's gravity.

Next Step
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Orion is a crewed exploration vehicle designed to bring our astronauts farther than we've ever been before.

Orion
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The Phoenix lander went to Mars to analyze the frozen water on the poles.

Phoenix Lander
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The purpose of Stardust was to take samples off of a comet and return the samples back to Earth for analysis.

Stardust
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Genesis was sent to capture solar wind samples and return them back to Earth.

Genesis
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The twin satellites Ebb and Flow set out to measure the Lunar orbital field and the discrepancies in it.

Grail
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Juno will analyze the content of Jupiter's atmosphere, lending insights into how the solar system formed.

Juno
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The Mars Climate Orbiter was designed to act as a relay for information to be sent to Earth from the Mars Polar Lander.

Mars Climate Orbiter
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The Mars Polar Lander was designed to dig into the ice on a Martian pole to analyze its content.

Mars Polar Lander
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The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter takes shockingly beautiful images of the Martian Surface.

MRO
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Odyssey was designed to accurately map chemical and mineral deposits on the Martian Surface.

Odyssey
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Osiris-Rex is designed to analyze the regolith of the asteroid Bennu to discover information about the early phases of our solar system.

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The Spitzer Space Telescope is a sibling of the Hubble, detecting infra-red information from deep space.

Spitzer

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