Early in his career, Dr. Marshall H. Kaplan realized that space professionals had limited resources in advancing their own space-related knowledge base. Unless you were actually pursuing a formal university degree in engineering and the like, no other facility provided workshops or courses on space topics of interest.
Thus, in 1970, Dr. Kaplan established Launchspace to fill the space course void. Since then, Launchspace has served the international space community by offering hundreds of training workshops on subjects ranging from systems engineering to launch vehicle aerodynamics. While Launchspace first entered the market by offering public courses throughout the United States, by 1995, Launchspace had begun to design company-specific courses that essentially are tailored to the specific requirements of any given company to train its own personnel.
Today, Launchspace provides instructor-led professional training and consulting services to the international space community through high-intensity professionaldevelopment courses in almost every aspect of space flight, launch vehicles, and spacecraft. Custom courses are offered throughout the world at client locations in support of mission requirements and to expand the expertise of professional staff. In addition, high-demand public classes are presented for open registration at convenient centralized locations.