a student organization
at the University of Pennsylvania
Accessible, world-class opportunities
open to all majors and backgrounds.
Applied case study program operating 5 times per school year. Each Frontiers program is open to all club members, with topics encapsulating the full Aerospace spectrum that develops capable and well-rounded members.
Coverage research team where members pick a (public) Aerospace company to cover over the course of a semester culminating in an end of the semester stock pitch competition. New members are also onboarded through a curriculum.
Redefining how clubs imagine their brand and public persona by producing anything and everything under the sun. A creative factory with the freedom to pursue interests and fun.
Space Law and Policy
Space Law & Policy addresses environmental, technological, corporate, data/information, and international concerns regarding space and explores the ongoing debates about exploration ethics through the lens of the law.
NASA Technology Transfer
A semester-long project in which teams of students will collaborate on a commercialization plan for a chosen NASA patent. Each team has access to the patent inventors from NASA to ask questions and receive mentorship.
Exploring and mapping the aerospace startup ecosystem to help investors better navigate the general landscape and benefit startups to increase access to funding.
Current Market size
Market Size by 2030
Growth Over 10 Years
Venture Capital from Space Startups
Different Small-Sat Launch Companies
Space is on an exponential trajectory
Bank of America Merrill Lynch