The heart of deep space communications at NASA is our Deep Space Network, or DSN, which is managed by JPL. This international array of antennas located at three complexes in California, Spain, and Australia allow us to communicate with our missions in “deep space,” which we at JPL define as from the Moon and beyond.
Come celebrate the DSN’s inspiring 60-year legacy and learn how advancements in communications and aerospace engineering will pave the way for the network’s incredible future.
JPL manages the Deep Space Network for the Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) Program, based at NASA Headquarters within the Space Operations Mission Directorate.
Brad Arnold, deputy director for the Interplanetary Network Directorate, NASA JPL
Amy Smith, Deputy Project Manager Deep Space Network, NASA JPL
- Nikki Wyrick, office of communications and education, NASA JPL
- Sandy Marshall, solar system public engagement specialist, NASA JPL