TECHNICAL PAPERS

Remotely Sensed Ammonia Emission From Fumarolic Vents Associated With A Hydrothermally Active Fault In The Salton Sea Geothermal Field, California

Airborne hyperspectral imaging surveys were conducted over a geothermally active region straddling the southeastern shore of the Salton Sea in Southern California. The imagery was acquired across the 7.6–13.5 mm longwave‐infrared region with a ground sample distance of approximately 1 m. Prominent thermal hot spots associated with fumaroles along a known fault line were observed… READ MORE >

CASE STUDIES

Providing the NNSA with independent and external reviews of practices and systems engineering

Customer Issue The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) ensures the United States sustains a safe, secure, and effective nuclear deterrent. Through the Office of Defense Programs, the mission of the Stockpile Stewardship and Management Program is to maintain the active stockpile, extending the life of weapons systems through the application of science, technology, engineering, manufacturing,… READ MORE >

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CT Scan For Fossilized Big Cats

The Aerospace CT scanner was used to make full 3-D representations of the bones so that they can be examined by researchers and shared with both the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits and the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. These scans will allow researchers to study the internal and external shape of the bone and bone thickness…. READ MORE >

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Laser Etching for DNA Sequencing

Aerospace’s method of accurately mass-producing flow cells has helped to significantly reduce the cost of DNA sequencing—from millions of dollars to around $4,000—making sequencing an individual patient’s DNA affordable. The process invented at Aerospace allows for the creation of much more sophisticated, true three-dimensional shapes within the glass because the focused laser beam can be moved to expose… READ MORE >

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Space Technology Goes to Sea Aboard a Fireboat

The Aerospace Corporation recently partnered with the Long Beach Fire Department for a project that has the potential to save lives and drastically improve public safety for the city’s residents. The LBFD is the proud owner of a brand new, state-of-the-art fireboat, permanently docked at the firehouse in the Port of Long Beach. The job […]… READ MORE >