Going to space is just the beginning. It’s what you do when you get there that matters. We build satellites and spacecraft that do amazing things in space for government and commercial customers. Lockheed Martin-built satellites give earlier warning of severe weather, connect troops on the battlefield, and deliver GPS directions to a billion people worldwide. As we look to the future, we’re driving innovations to help our customers do even more in orbit. That’s why we’re designing smarter satellites that operate like smartphones in the sky, with apps that can be updated in orbit so they can adapt as mission needs on the ground change. Your mission is ours. And as that mission evolves, we’ll be ready. 

Lockheed Martin Space 

Kylene Eagle and her team send commands to the AEHF satellite during launch and orbit operations. As a Satellite Systems Engineer, she ensures the networks between the ground antennas and the U.S. Air Force are working correctly and troubleshoots any issues.

Her first role at Lockheed Martin was in human resources. Today, Kylene spends her time learning the intricacies of orbital mechanics and satellite components. She credits Lockheed Martin leadership with taking the time to train her in the technical portions of her job and helping her career grow. In both of her roles, Kylene’s biggest learning is how to creatively solve problems — no matter how big or small the task. For her, working with teams where everyone is dedicated to completing every project or task makes every day different and rewarding.

Human Landing System Downselect

 NASA has down-selected the National Team we’re part of for the next phase of the Human Landing System (HLS). The team — which is led by Blue Origin and includes Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman and Draper — is excited to use our combined heritage and advanced work on individual HLS elements to send astronauts to the surface of the Moon.  More

A Strong Brew of Community Partnership in Huntsville

Lockheed Martin in Huntsville, Alabama, is helping brew up a unique way to support first responders in their community. More

Lockheed Martin IQ Webinar: OSIRIS-REx

Check out the replay of our first webinar in the Lockheed Martin IQ series about OSIRIS-REx. The panelists for the webinar are:

  • Sandy Freund, OSIRIS-REx Operations Manager from Lockheed Martin
  • Dr. Beau Bierhaus, TAGSAM Scientist also from Lockheed Martin; and
  • Dr. Erica Jawin, Postdoctoral Research Geologist at the Smithsonian Institution and OSIRIS-REx science team member

During the webinar the panelists discussed NASA’s inspiring asteroid sample return mission focusing on the science of OSIRIS-REx, the TAG event and the samples that will return to Earth.