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

  • 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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