November 21, 2022
When James L. Burch joined the space science program at Southwest Research Institute in 1977, a small team of engineers and scientists were working on NASA contracts to build data collection instruments for satellites.
After founding the nonprofit institute’s space science division in 1985, the growing team began working on revenue-generating payloads for the space agency and private sector customers.
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