Explore. Lead. Innovate.

NewSpace leads the integration of academic and commercial space enterprises using ASU’s core strengths in space science, engineering and education.

Hunting for Hydrogen
on the Moon with LunaH-Map

The Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) is a CubeSat mission led by ASU NewSpace’s Dr. Craig Hardgrove selected to fly aboard NASA’s first Exploration Mission of the Space Launch System (SLS EM-1).

Commercial Partnerships

David Strobel

CEO, Space Micro

“At ASU NewSpace, they have culled together a volume of experienced faculty and researchers that  understand the harsh environment of space and a record of success” Strobel says. “All of that knowledge, that expertise, is right at our fingertips. The possibilities of what we can accomplish together are limitless.”

Let’s Work Together

The goal of NewSpace is to bring together academic thought leaders and commercial space entrepreneurs. We invite you to join the collaboration. Share your opinions, ideas and expertise with some of the sharpest minds in the industry.

New SpaceNews

ASU as a Leader in Space Exploration and Research

At ASU, expertise in the study and utilization of space, in the Earth and planetary sciences, and in the biosciences (including Astrobiology) is spread across many academic units, including the School of Earth and Space Exploration (SESE), the School of Life Sciences (SoLS), the Fulton Schools of Engineering, and the BioDesign Institute, as well as in additional programs within Geography, …

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