USC experts explain why the work is so important for the future of space travel.
The co-founders of Relativity Space eye their next big steps: investing in space startups and reaching Earth orbit.
Ursa Major, a company with 13 USC Viterbi alumni, seeks to democratize access to space.
The university’s diversity, commitment to the military and wealth of research made it an ideal fit for this agreement, which begins a formal partnership.
Satellite Dodona — built by USC Viterbi students and faculty as part of SpaceX’s Smallsat Rideshare Program — hitched a ride on the launch firm’s Transporter 3 mission this week.
For many scientists, it’s no longer a question of “if” but “when.” What will happen when we finally come face to face with space aliens? USC experts look to the skies for answers.
USC’s renowned Rocket Propulsion Laboratory succeeded in taking one of the most hands-on clubs on campus remote.
In an audio conversation, USC Viterbi’s Garrett Reisman answers questions about the impact of SpaceX and the infinite potential for space exploration.
Devin Martin, an undergraduate student in computer science, dreamed about working for NASA since he was a child. Last summer, that dream came true.
An optimization expert who harnesses mathematics to improve industries and a leader in astronautical and systems engineering are USC Viterbi’s newest members of the academy.