Discovering the uncharted

                                    From the computer that guided Apollo 11 to the moon, to the spacesuits of the first U.S. astronauts — Raytheon Technologies has shaped the history of space technology. These historic achievements defined generations and continue our spirit of innovation.

                                    Today, we’re creating real-time satellite imaging and data collection to accelerate decisions. We’re enabling the next great scientific discovery in outer space. And our life support systems help take humans there safely.

                                    Solving the toughest challenges

                                    Our end-to-end space solutions deliver mission breakthroughs. Here's how ...

                                    Making space

                                    Depiction of an astronaut on Mars
                                    It's going to take a lot of advanced, cutting-edge technologies to put humans on Mars. This trash compactor is one of them.

                                    The next giant leap

                                    From training astronauts to work while weightless to recovering the re-entry capsule when it splashes down, we’re working on getting humans ready.

                                    The eyes of Argus

                                    Satellite orbiting earth with network grid
                                    The U.S. Air Force, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and Raytheon Technologies are creating a new space-based blanket of advanced sensors to keep "eyes always on" in the lookout for potential missile attacks.

                                    Our capabilities

                                    Our space technologies, used for missile warnings, intelligence, weather information, earth observation, human space flight, and beyond, are essential for global commerce, scientific discovery and national security.

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