About Us

To achieve success in space science missions, the people you work with have to know about every arena in the business, from advanced space flight to terrestrial applications. Equally important, they have to know how to navigate the complex bureaucracies of the world’s spaceflight providers. At Space Systems Research Corporation, our people have the experience necessary to help you achieve success.

Clients choose SSRC because we’re committed to consistently achieving superior performance, on time and on budget while adhering to high standards. SSRC is also a women-owned small business incorporated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. SSRC’s team of professionals have decades of experience to handle the most complex and sensitive of projects. The list of agencies we work with includes: NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Department of Defense, industry partners, and multiple research universities.

Partner with us and see your goals achieved.

Our Customer Focus
At Space Systems Research Corporation (SSRC), our focus is simple: we support the development, delivery, operations, and data analysis of space science missions to help our clients achieve success.

Our Team Focus
The team at SSRC stands ready to support and work with clients and teammates. It’s our goal to provide the support necessary for our employees to do what they do best and we deliver results that are only achievable by experts. We have the knowledge, the capability, and the drive to deliver results-oriented programs.

Our Motto
We give you space. At SSRC, what’s central to our success is ensuring that nothing stands in the way of your space science missions becoming the pinnacle of achievement. As one of the great explorers said, “By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destination.” We see this as our responsibility.

Notable Awards

  • NASA Group Achievement Award for the SDO mission
  • NRL Alan Berman Research Publication Award (ARPAD)
  • NASA Group Achievement Award for the STEREO mission
  • Rotary National Award for Space Achievement
  • Top-50 Most Cited Articles Award; Journal of Atmospheric and Solar-Terrestrial Physics