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    1. An aircraft carrier is a warship that serves as a seagoing airbase, equipped with a full-length flight deck and facilities for carrying, arming, deploying, and recovering aircraft. As of January 2018, there are 41 active aircraft carriers in the world operated by thirteen navies. The United States Navy has 11 large nuclear-powered fleet carriers (known as supercarriers), carrying up to around 80 fighter jets each; China, France, India and Russia each operate a single medium-size carrier, with capacity from 30 to 50 fighter jets. Italy operates two light fleet carriers and Spain operates one. Japan has 4 Helicopter carriers, France has 3, Australia and Egypt, each has 2 , and South Korea, Thailand and the United Kingdom, each has 1.
    2. The B-52 Stratofortress is an American long-range, subsonic, jet-powered strategic bomber. The B-52 was designed and built by Boeing, which has continued to provide support and upgrades. Introduced in the 1950s the B-52 bomber went through 6 major redesigns during the 5 year design period. The airplane is capable of carrying up to 70,000 pounds (32,000 kg) of weapons, and has a typical combat range of more than 8,800 miles (14,080 km) without aerial refueling. The B-52's official name Stratofortress is rarely used; informally, the bomber has become commonly referred to as the BUFF (Big Ugly Fat Fucker/Fella). Starting with the first flight on April 15, 1952, the B-52 completed sixty years of continuous service with its original operator in 2015. After being upgraded between 2013 and 2015, the B-52 bombers are expected to serve until 2050s. There have been 744 B-52s built, but as of June 2019 there are only 58 are in active service, 18 in reserve, and approximately 12 more aircraft in long term storage.
    3. About 4.5 billion years ago, a Mars-sized object a series of many smaller objects crashed into Earth, sending bits of Earth's crust into space. They fell into the planet's orbit and eventually coalesced, forming our moon, which was around 16 times closer to the Earth than it is today. Each year, the moon moves at a rate of 3.8 centimeters (1.5 inches) from the Earth since.
    4. Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun and the second-smallest planet in the Solar System after Mercury; Mars can easily be seen from Earth with the naked eye, as can its reddish coloring. The journey from Earth to Mars takes about 300 days; every two years Mars is at its closest point, only 55 million km from Earth
    5. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe launched from Florida Sunday, Aug. 12 2018 to begin its journey to the Sun, where it will undertake a landmark mission. The journey will send it skimming through the Sun's atmosphere at a pace of 450,000 mph — fast enough to get from Washington to New York in about a second. It will fly within 4 million miles of the Sun's surface — seven times closer than any spacecraft has gotten before. That heat shield will not only be exposed to sunlight, it must withstand blasts of 2,600 degrees Fahrenheit — while simultaneously maintaining the instruments on the other side at roughly room temperature. Parker Solar Probe will provide new data on solar activity and make critical contributions to our ability to forecast major space-weather events that impact life on Earth.
    6. Earth and Mars orbit the Sun; but Earth is closer to the sun, and therefore races along its orbit more quickly. Earth makes two trips around the Sun in about the same amount of time that Mars takes to make one trip.
    7. Astronomers are hunting for a "Planet Nine" after evidence of its existence was unveiled on Jan. 20, 2016. This undiscovered super-Earth-sized planet would have an estimated mass of ten Earths, a diameter two to four times that of Earth, 5,000 times the mass of Pluto, and an elongated orbit lasting approximately 15,000 years.
    8. The Boeing 747 is a large wide-body airliner and cargo aircraft manufactured by Boeing Commercial Airplanes in the United States. A Boeing 747 is a quadjet airliner made up of six million parts, including engines each weighs around 9,500 pounds (4,300 kg), initially powered by JT9D turbofans, then GE CF6 and Rolls-Royce RB211 for the original variants. This wide-body aircraft has a 37.5° wing sweep, allowing a Mach 0.85 (490 kn; 900 km/h) cruise speed, and its heavy weight is supported by four main landing gear legs with four-wheel bogies each. On September 30, 1968, the first Boeing 747 was rolled out of the custom-built Everett Plant, the largest building by volume. With a ten-abreast economy seating, a Boeing 747 typically accommodates 366 passengers in three travel classes. The first flight took place on February 9, 1969 and the airliner/aircraft was certified in December of that year. The first Boeing 747 entered service with Pan Am on January 22, 1970, was the first plane dubbed a "Jumbo Jet". By June 2019, 1,554 Boeing 747 aircrafts had been built; and as of January 2017, 60 of them have been lost in accidents in which a total of 3,722 people died.
    9. The C919, China's first domestically designed and built large airliner made by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac), the 168-seat C919 is roughly the same size as Airbus's A320 and Boeing's 737-800, took off May 5, 2017 from Shanghai Pudong International Airport into hazy skies with a five-person crew aboard. The jet landed one hour and 19 minutes later after a seemingly uneventful first trial.
    10. The Antonov 225 Mriya (AN-225) is the biggest commercially used freighter in the world. Powered by six turbofan engines, it is the biggest heavier-than-air aircraft in terms of length (85.3m) and wingspan (88m) in operational service. The aircraft built over 30 years ago can carry up to 250 tons of cargo.
    11. The world's new planes in 2017:
    12. The Queen Elizabeth (QE) Class Aircraft Carriers, scheculed entering service in 2020, will be the largest surface warships ever constructed for the UK and represent a step change in joint capability. The ships will be 65,000 tonnes at full displacement - over three times the size of the Invincible Class aircraft carriers; length: 280m - 90m longer than the existing aircraft carrier; width: 70m - twice the width of the existing aircraft carrier; and range; 8,000 to 10,000 nautical miles.
    13. There are five major manufacturers of civil transport aircraft. Boeing, Airbus, Ilyushin and Tupolev concentrate on wide-body and narrow-body jet airliners, while Bombardier, Embraer and Sukhoi concentrate on regional airliners
    14. During WWII, there were 276,000 aircraft manufactured in the US; 43,000 planes were lost overseas, including 23,000 in combat and 14,000 lost in the continental U.S.
    15. On August 6, 1945 the B-29 "Enola Gay" piloted by Colonel Paul Tibbets lifted off the runway at Tinian Island and flew into Hiroshima, Japan to drop the world's first atomic bomb.
    16. In 1978, the Air Force awarded a full-scale development contract for the F-117A Stealth Fighter to Lockheed Corporation's Advanced Development Projects (the famous Skunk Works); thirty one months later, on 18 June 1981, the F-117A made its first flight.
    17. The X-51 Waverider can reach at a flight speed of Mach 6.0 (4,567 mph), the F/A-18 has a top speed of Mach 1.8 (1,370 mph), and the maximum flight speed of Boeing 787 is 647 mph (Mach 0.85).
    18. The Dreamliner is the world's first commercial plane made mostly of lighter-weight composite materials. The plane cuts fuel consumption by 20 percent and lowers operating costs by 30 percent. The first Dreamliner version, the 787-8, carries between 210 and 250 passengers. Boeing plans to deliver the 787-9, which is longer and carries between 250 and 290 passengers, by early 2014. Boeing is currently studying a possible 787-10, which would be bigger than the 787-9.
    19. In 2011, the cost to build a F-117 stealth fighter is $120 million, $156 million for a F-35 stealth fighter, $339 million for a F-22 stealth fighter, and $2.4 billion for a B-2 stealth bomber.
    20. The Airbus A380 is the world's largest passenger plane.
    21. The world's highest and fastest flying airplane is the North American X-15, which was designed in 1954 and first flown in 1959. The plane reached a peak altitude of 354,200 feet (64 miles, 108 km) at a speed of 4,534 mph (7,295 kph).
    22. The first nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean, from Newfoundland, Canada, to Ireland, was made by two British aviators, Capt. John W. Alcock (1892-1919) and Lt. Arthur W. Brown (1886-1948), on June 14, 1919
    23. The first man, who flew solo across the Atlantic Ocean, from New York (US) to Paris (France), was Charles A. Lindbergh (1902-1974).
    24. The first woman, who flew solo across the Atlantic Ocean, from Newfoundland, Canada, to Ireland, was Amelia Earhart (1897-1937).
    25. The first person who flew solo around the world in a balloon is Steve Fossett. He departed western Austria on 6/18/2002 and returned on 7/4/200, exactly 13 days, 23 hours, 16 minutes, and 13 seconds later.
    26. Delta Air Lines is the world's largest airline in terms of passenger traffic and fleet size. It carried 161,049,000 passengers domestically and internationally to and from 357 airports around the world in 2009.
    27. American Airlines retired its entire A300 fleet. The last A300 trip occurred August 24, 2009 with the aircraft flying from Miami to New York's JFK International Airport.
    28. In 2009 the US domestic carriers: Aloha, ATA, Skybus, Eos, Silverjet, Maxjet, and Zoom were out of business. Midwest, Mesa Air, and Sun Country are on death watch. The airlines that aren't bankrupt have shrunk themselves and tried to raise fares.
    29. Southwest Airlines has been the most profitable of airline companies since 1973. United Airlines, Continental Airlines (twice), US Airways (twice), Delta Air Lines, and Northwest Airlines have all declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and were survived.
    30. The most expensive airline tickets in the world was sold to an Australian man for over US $100,000  by Singapore Airlines in 2007.
    31. As of August 20, 2009, Boeing built 1,418 Boeing 747 aircrafts. The cost for a 747-100 one is $24 million (1967); 747-200: $39 million (1976); 747-300: $83 million (1982); 747-400: $228–260 million (2007); and 747-8: $285.5-300 million (2007).
    32. The black box carried on an airplane is actually painted bright orange to make it more visible in an aircraft's wreckage. It is a tough stainless metal-and-plastic case containing two recorders, and is installed in the rear of the aircraft. The black box records information about airspeed, direction, altitude, accelerations, engine thrust, rudder, and spoiler positions from sensors that are located around the aircraft.
    33. Flight attendants must not have any tattoos visible when a uniform is worn. These requirements are designed to give the airlines a positive presentation.
    34. Most flight attendants are women, who were selected not only for their knowledge but also for their characteristics. A 1936 New York Times article described the requirements "The girls who qualify for hostesses must be petite; weight 100 to 118 pounds; height 5 feet to 5 feet 4 inches; age 20 to 26 years ... with perfect health". In 1966 New York Times classified ad for stewardesses  "A high school graduate, single (widows and divorcees with no children considered), 20 years of age (girls 19 1/2 may apply for future consideration). 5'2" but no more than 5'9", weight 105 to 135 in proportion to height and have at least 20/40 vision without glasses."
    35. Flight attendants are members of an aircrew employed by airlines primarily to ensure the safety and comfort of passengers aboard commercial flights. The world's first flight attendant (Heinrich Kubis) was hired in 1912.
    36. British aviators John Alcock and Arthur Brown made the first non-stop transatlantic flight in June 1919. They flew a modified First World War Vickers Vimy bomber from St. John's, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland.
    37. Near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, Orville and Wilbur Wright make the first successful flight in history of a self-propelled, heavier-than-air aircraft. Orville piloted the gasoline-powered, propeller-driven biplane, which stayed aloft for 12 seconds and covered 120 feet on its inaugural flight.

    NASA Space Shuttle First Flight # Missions Final Flight
    Columbia * April 12, 1981 28 Feb 1, 2003
    Challenger * April 4, 1983 10 Jan. 28, 1986
    Discovery Aug. 30, 1984 39 Feb 24, 2011
    Atlantis October 3, 1985 33 July 8, 2011
    Endeavour May 7, 1992 25 May 16, 2011
    Spacecraft Builder 1st Launch/Max Crew Length/ Liftoff Mass
    Space Shuttle Rockwell Int'l 1981 / 7 122 ft / 240,000 lbs
    Soyuz TMA RSC Energia 1966 / 3 24.5 ft / 15,985 lbs
    ATV ESA 2008 / 0 35.1 ft /46,000 lbs
    SpaceX Dragon SpaceX 2010 / 7 20.4 ft / 26,460 lbs
    NASA MPCV Lockheed Martin Unknown / 4 26 ft / 46,848 lbs

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    24. Toward a History of the Space Shuttle: An Annotated Bibliography Part 2, 1992–2011.
    25. Psychology of Space Exploration.
    26. Cosmos & Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context.
    27. Unmanned Space Project Management: Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter.
    28. X-15 Research Results.
    29. Launch: Payload User's Guide.
    30. Rockets and Launch Vehicles
    31. From Spaceship Earth to Google Ocean: Planetary Icons, Indexes, and Infrastructures
    32. NASA Apollo Spacecraft
    33. Analysis Methods for Multi-Spacecraft Data
    34. SpaceX Starship Users' Guide
    35. Design, Analysis, and Test of a High-Powered Model Rocket
    36. NASA's First 50 Years: Historical Perspectives.
    37. List of Missions to the Moon.
    38. NASA: A Chronology of Deep Space and Planetary Probes 1958-2000.

    Spaceflight & Aircraft
    Research & Development
    1. Video: Research & Development
    2. Unlimited Horizons: Design and Development of the U-2
    3. Elegance in Flight: A comprehensive History of the F-16XL Experimental Prototype and its Role in NASA Flight Research
    4. Probing the Sky: Selected NACA Research Airplanes and Their Contributions to Flight
    5. The Power for Flight: NASA’s Contributions to Aircraft Propulsion
    6. NASA: The Space Shuttle and Its Operations
    7. NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Launches on a Mission to Study the Sun and its Dangers
    8. NASA Launches Parker Solar Probe Mission to Study the Sun up Close
    9. Parker Solar Probe and the Birth of the Solar Wind
    10. Launches and Orbital Operations - 2013 - Launches to Orbit and Beyond
    11. SpaceX's Dragon (Spacecraft) (US) - Spacex CSR2 Mission
    12. Orbital Sciences Corp's Cygnus (Spacecraft) (US)
    13. SpaceX Poised to Launch Cargo from Historic NASA Pad.
    14. SpaceX, NASA Hail 1st Falcon 9 Rocket Launch from Pad Steeped in History.
    15. Lockheed Martin's Orion (Spacecraft) (US)
    16. Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC)'s Dream Chaser (Spacecraft) (US)
    17. NASA Spacecraft Rockets Toward Sun for Closest Look Yet
    18. NASA's Solar Probe Blasts Off to the Sun
    19. NASA's Planet-Hunter Caught Stunning Video of a Distant Comet
    20. NASA Created a Rare, Exotic State of Matter in Space
    21. Orders of Magnitude: A History of the NACA and NASA, 1915-1990.
    22. Life in the Universe: Proceedings of a conference held at NASA Ames Research Center Moffet Field, California, June 19-20, 1979.
    23. Proceedings of the X-15 First Flight 30th Anniversary Celebration of June 8, 1989.
    24. Computers in Spaceflight: The NASA Experience.
    25. Apollo 13 "Houston, we've got a problem."
    26. On the Moon with Apollo 16: A Guide to the Descartes Region.
    27. Skylab: A Guidebook.
    28. Spacelab: An International Short-Stay Orbiting Laboratory.
    29. A Meeting with the Universe: Science Discoveries from the Space Program.
    30. Science in Orbit: The Shuttle & Spacelab Experience: 1981-1986.
    31. Results of the Second Manned Suborbital Space Flight, July 21, 1961.
    32. Results of the Second U.S. Manned Orbital Space Flight.
    33. Results of the Third U.S. Manned Orbital Space Flight.
    34. Mercury Project Summary including Results of the Fourth Manned Orbital Flight
    35. X-15 Research Results With a Selected Bibliography.
    36. Exploring Space with a Camera.
    37. Aerospace Food Technology.
    38. Pioneer Odyssey.
    39. Apollo Expeditions to the Moon.
    40. Apollo Over the Moon: A View From Orbit.
    41. Introduction to the Aerodynamics of Flight.
    42. Biomedical Results of Apollo.
    43. Skylab EREP Investigations Summary.
    44. Skylab: Our First Space Station.
    45. Skylab, Classroom in Space.
    46. A New Sun: Solar Results from Skylab.
    47. Skylab's Astronomy and Space Sciences.
    48. The Space Shuttle.
    49. The Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence.
    50. Atlas of Mercury.
    51. The Voyage of Mariner 10: Mission to Venus and Mercury.
    52. The Martian Landscape.
    53. The Space Shuttle at Work.
    54. Project Orion: A Design Study of a System for Detecting Extrasolar Planets.
    55. Wind Tunnels of NASA.
    56. Viking Orbiter Views of Mars.
    57. The High Speed Frontier: Case Histories of Four NACA Programs, 1920-1950.
    58. The Star Splitters: The High Energy Astronomy Observatories.
    59. Planetary Geology in the 1980s.
    60. Quest for Performance: The Evolution of Modern Aircraft.
    61. The Long Duration Exposure Facility (LDEF): Mission 1 Experiments.
    62. Voyager 1 and 2, Atlas of Saturnian Satellites.
    63. Far Travelers: The Exploring Machines.
    64. The Impact of Science on Society.
    65. Living Aloft:  Human Requirements for Extended Spaceflight.
    66. Dynamics of Flight | NASA
    67. Aerodynamics of Flight | FAA
    68. Space Shuttle Avionics System.
    69. Flight Research at Ames, 1940-1997.
    70. Unmanned Space Project Management: Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter.
    71. The Planetary Quarantine Program.
    72. Constellation Program Lessons Learned Volume 1: Executive Summary.
    73. Spaceborne Digital Computer Systems.
    74. Celebrating a Century of Flight.
    75. Wings in Orbit: Scientific and Engineering Legacies of the Space Shuttle.
    76. Present and Future State of the Art in Guidance Computer Memories.
    77. History of Research in Space Biology and Biodynamics at the Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, 1946-1958.
    78. Report of the Apollo 13 Review Board.
    79. Report of the Presidential Commission on the Space Shuttle Challenger Accident, June 1986 and Implementations of the Recommendations, June 1987.
    80. Transiting from Air to Space: The North American X-15.
    81. Space Handbook: Astronautics and its Applications.
    82. The First Century of Flight: NACA/NASA Contributions to Aeronautics.
    83. Space Station Requirements and Transportation Options for Lunar Outpost.
    84. Space Station Freedom Accommodation of the Human Exploration Initiative.
    85. The Story of Self-Repairing Flight Control Systems.
    86. Ideas Into Hardware: A History of the Rocket Engine Test Facility at the NASA Glenn Research Center.
    87. Guide to Magellan Image Interpretation.
    88. Magellan: The Unveiling of Venus.
    89. The Apollo Program Summary Report.
    90. Saturn Illustrated Chronology.
    91. See How It Flies
    92. Introduction to the Aerodynamics of Flight.
    93. Aerodynamics Q&A
    94. UIUC Airfoil Data
    95. Beginner's Guide to Aerodynamics
    96. Beginner's Guide to Compressible Aerodynamics
    97. Beginner's Guide to Wind Tunnels
    98. FoilSim III
    99. Aircraft Design: Synthesis and Analysis
    100. Modeling Flight
    101. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
    102. NASA Beginner's Guide to Propulsion
    103. NASA Langley Aircraft Photo Collection
    104. The 8 Planets in Our Solar System
    105. The 5 Dwarf Planets
    106. Other Objects in The Solar System
    107. Space Mega-projects
    108. Airliner and Aircraft Mega-projects

    Presidential Aeronautics and Space Reports

    NASA History Year in Review

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    Aerospace Services Companies
    1. European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS) - A global pan-European aerospace and defense corporation registered in the Netherlands, included Airbus which manufactured commercial aircraft, Airbus Military which manufactured tanker, transport and mission aircraft; Eurocopter, the world's largest helicopter supplier; Astrium, provided systems for aerial, land, naval and civilian security applications including Ariane, Galileo and Cassidian
    2. AAI Corporation - Designs and manufactures high technology mechanical and electronic systems for both government and industry.
    3. AAR Corp. - Founded in 1951, AAR provides a broad range of products and services to the aerospace and government/defense industries worldwide.
    4. Aerospace Corporation - Provides information on launch vehicles, satellite systems, ground control systems, and space technology.
    5. Aerospace Industrial Development Corp. - Founded in 1969 under the authority of the Republic of China Air Force, and was later transferred to the Chung-Shan Institute of Science and Technology (CSIST) in 1983, serves as technical guidance and research development work for Taiwanese government/defense industries.
    6. Aircraft Research Association Ltd - Offers wind tunnel testing and computational fluid dynamics for the U.K. aircraft industry.
    7. Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation (AADC) - Public corporation that develops facilities, including a launch facility in Kodiak and a satellite ground station in Fairbanks.
    8. Alliant Techsystems - Aerospace and defense firm engaged in aerospace, defense, and commercial products, propulsion, composite structures, munitions, and precision capabilities.
    9. Apros Corporation - Manufactures specialty products and chemicals for military and aerospace propellants and pharmaceutical applications.
    10. Arianespace - European commercial launch service providing heavy-lift launchers to place large satellites into any orbit.
    11. Arotech - Manufactures and designs products for military and non-military air and ground vehicles.
    12. Astronautics Corporation of America - Designs, manufactures, and maintains avionics equipment to airlines, U.S. and international governments, commercial and services companies.
    13. Avcorp Industries - Designs, fabricates, and assembles metal, composite, and plastic aerospace components and structures.
    14. BAE Systems - A global company engaged in the development, delivery and support of advanced defense, security and aerospace systems in the air, land, sea, space, and command and control market sectors.
    15. B/E Aerospace - A leading distributor of aerospace fasteners and consumables for the commercial, business jet, and military markets, B/E Aerospace stocks more than 825,000 part numbers and has over 50 locations worldwide.
    16. Beal Aerospace - Builds and operates a privately developed heavy lift orbital launch vehicle.
    17. Beaver Aerospace and Defense - Provides ball screws and actuators for aerospace and defense applications to the military and commercial aircraft markets.
    18. Boeing - Designs, manufactures and sells fixed-wing aircraft, rotorcraft, rockets and satellites and provides leasing and product support services of satellites, commercial jetliners, and military aircraft.
    19. Bombardier - A division of Bombardier Inc.. The company competes with Brazilian rival Embraer for the title of the third largest aircraft manufacturer after Airbus and Boeing.
    20. C.L. Hann Industries, Inc - Offers an ever expanding range of contract manufacturing services, some of which include CNC machining, certified welding and fabricating of all sizes.
    21. Caravan International Corp. - Provides a range of defense related products including electronic warfare, projectile tracking and munitions assembly.
    22. Centrax Ltd. - Designs and manufactures gas turbine driven generator sets, specializes in compressor and turbine aerofoil, discs, shafts and casings.
    23. Colic Tool and Engineering - Specializes in custom machining, molding, welding, and engineering for aerospace, including structural component and assembly for aircrafts, landing gear, ground support, and navy support.
    24. Consolite Technology - Specializes in all aspects of night vision lighting, including NVG compatible filters and lighting assemblies, instrument modifications and complete aircraft and ship conversions.
    25. Crane Aerospace & Electronics. - Supplies critical systems and components to the aerospace and defense markets.
    26. Doncasters - Manufactures precision components and assemblies for the aerospace, industrial gas turbines, specialist automotive, petrochemical, construction, industrial, transportation and recreation markets.
    27. Ducommun Incorporated - Serves the aerospace, defense, industrial, natural resources and medical industries as a Tier II supplier of electronics manufacturing services.
    28. E'Prime Aerospace - Provides innovative, reliable, and cost-effective launch services to USAF, NASA and other government and commercial entities including telecommunications, aerospace, security, and defense industries.
    29. Equator Aircraft - Manufactures and designs amphibious aircraft in various configurations.
    30. ESCO Services - Provides electronic components to the petroleum industry.
    31. FCX Systems - Specializes in the aircraft ground power markets including providing ancillary ground support equipment and centralized 400 Hz systems and designs.
    32. Forecast International - Provides market research, market analysis, intelligence and consulting for the aerospace / aviation companies, defense agencies, and commercial airlines worldwide.
    33. General Dynamics - A market leader in business aviation; land and expeditionary combat vehicles and systems, armaments, and munitions; shipbuilding and marine systems; and mission-critical information systems and technology..
    34. Geneva Aerospace/L-3 Unmanned Systems - Offers full-up 3D vehicle aerodynamic modeling, analysis, performance prediction, dynamic simulation, autonomous flight management systems design, and tracking systems.
    35. GKN - A world leading global first tier supplier of airframe and engine structures, components, assemblies and transparencies to a wide range of aircraft and engine prime contractors and other first tier suppliers.
    36. Griffon Aerospace - Specializing in manufacturing aerospace products focused primarily on unmanned aircraft systems.
    37. Hellenic Aerospace Industry - Provides a range of support services and products related to aerospace, defence, and telecommunications to both government and private industry.
    38. Hymatic Engineering Company Limited - Specializes in cryogenic and cryocooler technology, stirling engine cryocoolers, joule - Thomson coolers / cryostats and high pressure pure gas systems for civil and military markets.
    39. I.M.P. Group International Inc. - Provides services, to customers across diverse sectors, such as aerospace, aviation, airline, healthcare, information technology, hospitality and property development.
    40. InterConnect Wiring, L.P. - Offers a wide variety of electrical products including electrical wiring harnesses, power distribution panels, and ground support equipment to military and commercial sectors.
    41. ITT - Provides lightweight and reliable products that aerospace engineers demand and passengers and flight crews deserve.
    42. Kaman - Provides aircraft component products and engineering services to commercial and government sectors.
    43. Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd - Manufactures personal water craft, ships, industrial plants, tractors, trains, small engines, and aerospace equipment (including military aircraft). It has subcontract work on jet aircraft (including jumbo jets) has been done for Boeing, Embraer, and Bombardier.
    44. Kelvin Hughes - Designs and manufactures navigation and surveillance systems and a supplier of navigational data to both the commercial marine and government marketplace.
    45. Kongsberg Spacetec - Provides turnkey satellite ground stations for Earth observation satellites and processing software for remote sensing.
    46. Lockheed Martin - Engaged in the design, manufacture, integration, and operation of products for missiles, space operations, telecommunications, national defense, energy, and science and environmental applications.
    47. Loral - Designs and manufactures satellites components and satellite-based communications systems and services.
    48. Magellan - Develops and produces complex and integrated products and services for military and space markets, and complementary proprietary products for the power/oil/gas markets.
    49. McStarlite Co. - An aerospace manufacturer supplying welded assemblies, and sheet metal components.
    50. Middle River Aircraft Systems - Manufactures and services a variety of complex aero-structures, such as jet engine thrust reversers, the brakes of a jet engine.
    51. Neptec - Specializes in the development, integration and support of intelligent sensors and payloads for the Space market.
    52. Northrop Grumman Corporation - A leading global security company providing innovative systems, products and solutions in unmanned systems, cyber, C4ISR, and logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide..
    53. NPO Molniya Research and Industrial Corporation - Founded to create the first Russian manned reusable spacecraft in 1976. It designs heavy supersonic aircraft and anti-aircraft missiles and Molniya, which developed unmanned flight vehicles and an Experimental Machine-Building Plant, where heavy and high altitude aircraft were designed and tested..
    54. Orbital Sciences Corporation - Specialized in the manufacturing and launch of satellites and designs and develops application of space technologies for practical benefits here on Earth.
    55. Phillips Aerospace - Designs custom avionics systems, off-the-shelf simulation for test tools, and built-to-print fabrication services for commercial and defense companies.
    56. Praxis - Provides technical and programmatic services for a range of space missions (shuttle, expendable launch vehicle, and sounding rockets), science instruments and payloads, balloon and aircraft payloads, mission planning, and ground support equipment to government and commercial sectors.
    57. Precision Machining Sheetmetal - Provides manufacturing services that include precision sheet metal fabrication, a variety of machining capabilities, and simple to complex assemblies among other services.
    58. Raytheon - Provides state-of-the-art electronics, mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of sensing; effects; aerospace, and command, control, communications and intelligence systems, as well as a broad range of mission support services.
    59. RSL Electronics - Develops and manufactures control, diagnostic and prognostic solutions for commercial and defense aerospace applications.
    60. SAAB - Specializes in air traffic control systems, fighter aircraft, military aircraft, military systems and radars.
    61. SAFRAN/Snecma Group - Designs, develops and manufactures engines for commercial airplanes, military aircraft, launch vehicles, and satellites.
    62. Science and Technology Corporation - Specializes in chemical and Biologic detection, protection, and demilitarization, earth and space sciences, atmospheric sciences and meteorology, remote Sensing, aerospace engineering. test and evaluation.
    63. Sea Launch - An international non-governmental spacecraft launch service that uses a mobile maritime platform for equatorial launches of commercial payloads on specialized Zenit 3SL rockets.
    64. SIFCO Industries - Offers flight-critical forged components and machined assemblies to all of the leading aircraft and engine manufacturers in the world.
    65. Spacehab/Astrotech Corporation - A commercial aerospace company that provides spacecraft payload processing and government services, designs and manufactures space hardware, and commercializes space technologies for Earth based applications.
    66. Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) - SpaceX is an American aerospace manufacturer and space transportation services company headquartered in Hawthorne, California. It was founded in 2002 by Elon Musk with the goal of reducing space transportation costs to enable the colonization of Mars. The company designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft.
    67. SR Technics - Provides technical aircraft, component and engine services worldwide.
    68. Starsem - A European-Russian company that was created in 1996 to commercialize the Soyuz launcher.
    69. Storm/L-3 Telemetry-West (L-3 TW) - Offers tailored flight hardware and systems solutions for missile telemetry, flight termination, spacecraft telemetry tracking and control, and tactical intelligence receivers.
    70. Teledyne Brown Engineering - Provides high-quality technical services, manufactured products, and engineered systems to our customers in the marine, aviation, space, missile defense, energy, and environment markets.
    71. Triumph Group - A global leader in manufacturing and overhauling aerospace structures, systems and components.
    72. United Technologies Corporation (UTC) - Researches, develops, and manufactures high-technology products in numerous areas, including aircraft engines, helicopters, HVAC, fuel cells, elevators and escalators, fire and security, building systems, and industrial products, among others.

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