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Space

Northrop Grumman solves the toughest problems in space.

Pioneering Across Every Sector

Right now, Northrop Grumman is pioneering across every sector of space, helping government, civil and commercial customers tackle some of their biggest challenges. Our forward-leaning, pioneering spirit is backed by a legacy of expertise that began at the dawn of the space age. We were instrumental in the development of the nation’s first missile and satellite programs, the achievements of the Apollo moon landings, the development of the Space Shuttle and International Space Station, and many ground-breaking space science missions. Learn More About Our Space Legacy

Recent Awards and Achievements

Our mission expertise in space runs deep, we know our customers well, and our capabilities are unmatched. This is what allows us to provide reliable, agile, and affordable space solutions for our customers. Read More

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Celebrating the First Anniversary of Webb Images

Webb Telescope in space

Northrop Grumman Honored with Collier Trophy

“for the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America, with respect to improving the performance, efficiency, and safety of air or space ve…

Artemis I taking off from launch pad

NASA’s Artemis I

Northrop Grumman provides solid rocket boosters for the NASA Space Launch System and the abort motor and attitude control motor for Orion spacecraft’s Launch …

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National Security

Northrop Grumman’s deep mission expertise gives us a unique perspective to know what it takes to protect the warfighter and preserve freedom, both in space and from space. Our leading-edge technologies and agile practices lead to pioneering breakthroughs that enable our customers to carry out their vital missions to preserve freedom on the ground and in orbit.

All of this is made possible by the industry’s best team. We know the roles we play are integral to our nation’s security and we are committed to solving our customers’ toughest problems, now and for decades to come.

National Space Security
Men working on the James Webb Space Telescope in High Bay

Civil and Commercial Space

Our depth and breadth of mission experience in developing leading-edge space technologies allows us to play vital roles in the quest to answer compelling questions about the origins of our universe, to explore beyond our own planet, and pioneer new technologies.

Our team is passionate about space exploration, science and technology. We have been part of space exploration from the very beginning and we continue to lean forward in defining infinite possibilities for our customers to solve their toughest problems as we build the future of space.

Civil and Commercial Space
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Digital Transformation

Northrop Grumman is harnessing integrated digital technologies to rapidly conceptualize, design, build, and sustain value-driven solutions in Space. We have existing partnerships with the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Space Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, other branches of the Department of Defense and NASA to deliver integrated digital capabilities across our portfolio of new and legacy programs.

Our success as a partner in digital transformation includes our expertise in digital engineering, DevSecOps, artificial intelligence/machine learning, advanced manufacturing, and open architecture woven with Lean-Agile methodologies.

Digital Transformation

Key Initiatives

Since the dawn of the space age, Northrop Grumman has put innovative products and ideas into orbit, on the Moon, and beyond – from systems engineering, spacecraft manufacturing, precision sensors, space instrument design, ground stations development, orbiting space platforms and revolutionary launch vehicles.

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Exploration and Science

Webb

Cygnus

Artemis

HALO

Another Link

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Human Spaceflight and Logistics

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Commercial Communications Satellites

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Space Components and Payloads

Innovation Through Exploration

Go to All Space Stories

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Achieving a Key Milestone in Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission

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The NG-19 Launch Marks 10 Years of International Space Station Cargo Resupply Missions

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SpaceLogistics Continues Revolutionary Satellite Life-Extension Work with Sale of Third Mission Extension Pod

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Top banner image: The first anniversary image from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex, the closest star-forming region to Earth. (Photo Credit: NASA)