PARTIAL LIST OF ADL CLIENTS

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Aerojet

British Aerospace (now BAE Systems)

Ford Aerospace (now Space Systems/Loral)

General Electric (now Lockheed Martin)

Hughes Aircraft Co. (now Boeing)

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Lockheed Martin

Martin Marietta (now Lockheed Martin)

Matra (now EADS Astrium)

McDonnell-Douglas (now Boeing)

NASA Ames

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA Kennedy Space Center

Orbital Sciences Corp.

RCA (now Lockheed Martin)

Selenia Spazio (now Alenia Aeronautica)

Southwest Research

TRW (now Northrop Grumman)

U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

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The Stardust spacecraft returned a capsule containing cometary particles to Earth. ADL provided testing services on the launch vehicle. (Artist rendering, NASA)

"The spacecraft for which you supported us now include the Mars Global Surveyor, Mars Climate Orbiter, Stardust and the Mars 2001 Orbiter. In each case, your outstanding technical expertise and rigorous test discipline yielded data in which we were confident. Your responsiveness to our compressed schedules and changing requirements allowed us to meet our deadlines. The effort that you put into your testing in support of these projects is deeply appreciated... ."

— Noel W. Hinners

Vice President, Flight Systems

Lockheed Martin

1999

NASA's Mars Odyssey carries scientific instruments to map the chemical and mineralogical makeup of Mars. Launched in 2001, it is still operating. ADL provided testing services on the launch vehicle. (Artist rendering, NASA)