Companies and organizations are making announcements and sharing news during the 2023 AIAA SciTech Forum. Read more here:

Electra.aero announced its selection by the U.S. Air Force for development of a full-scale pre-production prototype electric short takeoff and landing (eSTOL) aircraft, valued at up to $85M. Watch this  exclusive interview with electra.aero Founder and CEO John Langford. 

NASA, DARPA announced their partnership during 2023 AIAA SciTech Forum, according to SpaceNews. "Our goal is to launch and demonstrate a successful nuclear thermal engine as soon as 2027," NASA Administrator Bill Nelson told an audience here Tuesday morning, according to Aerospace America.

@beverstine tweeted: Boeing at #AIAASciTech unveils unveils a new blended wing body concept aimed for military use. Comes as USAF wants a BWB cargo/tanker demonstrator in 2027.

SpaceX completes Starship wet dress rehearsal, according to SpaceNews. Read what Ryan Joyce of NASA's Langley Research Center said during a panel discussion 23 January at the AIAA SciTech Forum.

Plasma thrusters used on satellites could be much more powerful, according to the University of Michigan. Benjamin Jorns, U-M associate professor of aerospace engineering, who led the new Hall thruster study, presented the study at the AlAA SciTech Forum, suggesting that smaller Hall thrusters can generate much more thrust-potentially making them candidates for interplanetary missions.


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  • Wednesday, 25 January 2023:
    2023 Durand Lecture for Public Service at 2023 AIAA SciTech Forum

  • Wednesday, 25 January 2023:
    William H. Pickering Lecture: The James Webb Space Telescope

Wednesday, 25 January 2023:
Interview with Anousheh Ansari


  • Wednesday, 25 January 2023:
    SPACE 2050 - An Interview with Nelson Predreiro at 2023 AIAA SciTech Forum

  • Tuesday, 24 January 2023:
    NASA and DARPA Announce Collaboration for Rocket Propulsion Technology

  • Tuesday, 24 January 2023:
    Special Programming: Space 2050

  • Monday, 23 January 2023:
    2023 Dryden Lecture in Research


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