The Aerospace Corporation has established a Space Safety Institute to deliver independent technical support and assessments to enhance the safety of space and space-related activities for government, commercial, and international customers.
The Space Safety Institute also provides a collaborative framework for supporting industry standards for safe space operations in all aspects – including human safety, launch, operating in space, reentry, and cybersecurity – in addition to fundamental safety research and disseminating results through training, workshops, and publications.
As a trusted partner solving the hardest problems for the space enterprise, Aerospace is a nonprofit organization that supports our customers with independent, objective, technical expertise and insight free from conflicts of interest.
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Insights from Space Safety Institute
The Space Safety Institute (SSI) leverages Aerospace's longstanding technical and policy expertise to address issues of space safety. The Space Safety Compendium describes key high-priority areas and recommendations for the future sustainability of space operations. The institute also produced a report on commercial human spaceflight safety, which presents a recommended framework based on an analysis of other transportation sectors, identification of common safety components, and a roadmap that leads to an ideal future where human spaceflight is a common practice.
Both publications are available to download.
About the Space Safety Institute
The Aerospace Corporation has established a Space Safety Institute to support government, industry, and international customers on all aspects of space safety, including launch, operations, reentry, and cyber.
Learn more about mission areas of the Space Safety Institute, including:
• Launch and Reentry Safety
• Human Spaceflight Safety
• Space Operations Assurance
• Space Situational Awareness
• Cybersecurity Implementation
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