General Dynamics Mission Systems - Space Intelligence Systems Division
Every day, General Dynamics Mission Systems pushes the extreme edges of engineering and science to design the next generation of Spaceborne technology, to advance Earth-to-Spacecraft communications for future missions to Mars and to improve the ground systems responsible for spacecraft and satellite network operations. We're also bringing new satellites and systems to the launch pad, like the James Webb Space Telescope, LUCY, the first space mission to study Jupiter's Trojan asteroids and Landsat 9.
When Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon, an S-Band Transponder built by General Dynamics was the only communications link the Apollo 11 Astronauts had to Earth. From Apollo 11 to the Next Giant Leap, explore how we support NASA Missions.
"We have been providing high reliability mission payloads to the U.S. government for almost five decades with zero on-orbit failures. We are one of the nation’s thought leaders for digital space payloads and we plan to continue investing in critical new technologies to improve the performance, flexibility, reliability and affordability of our mission payloads. Our goal is to architect today’s mission payloads for tomorrow’s hard problems."
Manny Mora, Vice President at General Dynamics Mission Systems