Here at Jacobs JETS, we are taking giant steps to support NASA Johnson Space Center’s mission to lead human space exploration. If you are inspired to push the boundaries of knowledge and innovation, we want you to join our team!
Jacobs provides engineering and science services and solutions for NASA Johnson Space Center’s (JSC’s) mission on the JSC Engineering, Technology and Science (JETS) contract to lead human space exploration by providing services for major programs such as the Artemis Moon mission, the International Space Station, the Orion Crew Module, Exploration Extravehicular Mobility Unit (xEMU) spacesuit development, astromaterials and deep space research, along with project collaboration with numerous NASA centers and commercial aerospace companies.
NASA’s project Artemis is a sustainable mission to return to the Moon’s southern pole to search for frozen water resources. Artemis 3 will land on the Moon with the first female astronaut to explore the Moon’s surface. Jacobs is highly involved in many aspects of this historic endeavor, including the xEMU spacesuit development, Orion crew capsule parachutes system testing, Gateway Moon space station engineering, robotic technology manufacturing/testing, lunar Extravehicular Activity (EVA) science tools, and Moon rock science and curation. Jacobs is proud to be a part of the Artemis generation.Read More
Since 2005, Jacobs has provided invaluable engineering and science research for the International Space Station. From the development of the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer to our innovative wireless EVA camera, creation of exercise treadmills for astronaut crew health, and delivery of Earth science research imagery, Jacobs has supported NASA’s continuous operation of the only U.S. National Laboratory and exploration testbed in space.Read More
The right technology can propel exploration to the Moon, Mars, and beyond. Jacobs works closely with NASA and other industry partners to create enabling and transformative solutions that facilitate humans to better understand our universe and reach farther into our solar system.Read More