Aegis Aerospace Aspires To Be Game Changer At Moon

Mark Gittleman, Aegis president and CEO, left, and Stephanie Murphy, principal Aegis owner and board chair.
Credit: Mark Carreau
HOUSTON–The airless lunar environment will require some customized assessments by those inspired to initiate scientific inquiries or invest in the commercial ventures that NASA hopes will help it establish a sustained human presence at the Moon. This is where Houston’s Aegis Aerospace believes it...

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