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At Space Systems Research Corporation, we’re accustomed to transforming complex terms and information in the space flight industry into non-complex, meaningful content.

If you’re looking for an expert to respond to your questions about our industry, whether it’s a broad topic like mission operations in space or a defined subject like the SECCHI, which observes the corona of the Sun, we’re your team.

Our experts are accustomed to tailoring information for a specific target audience. We’re always making presentations to high-ranking government officials unfamiliar with our industry, and are tested every day by our peers.

Let us be your guide to translating highly complicated information in the space systems industry into easily understood, thoughtful, intelligent stories.

Contact us at (703) 684-3132, or by email at info@thessrc.com. Tell us the organization you represent, the topic you want us to discuss, and your deadline.

SSRC in the News

MIGHTI project

January 2013 - SSRC has been selected by NASA to develop next generation Extreme-Ultraviolet (EUV) Solar Radiometer for space weather and solar physics applications.

MIGHTI project

July 2012 - The Royal Observatory of Belgium selects SSRC to investigate the performance and validation of the LYRA instrument onboard the PROBA-2 spacecraft.

MIGHTI project

March 2012 - SSRC to provide program management support for the MIGHTI instrument, a U.S. Naval Research Laboratory project.

Solar Orbiter Implementation

October 2011 - SSRC is excited to announce that the joint ESA/NASA mission Solar Orbiter has been selected for implementation.


September 2011 - SSRC has been selected to provide systems engineering and payload development support for the recently announced ISS-CREAM Mission.

Navy JMAPS project

October 1, 2010 - SSRC selected to support the JMAPS, Department of NAVY Space Astrometry mission.

NASA Sun project

September 2, 2010 - NASA selects investigations for first mission to encounter the sun; SSRC part of the team.

Solar Orbiter SoloHI

March 20, 2009 - NASA and ESA Select Science Investigations for Solar Orbiter; SSRC SoloHI proposal for NRL included.

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