What’s behind Colorado’s ascent as a top aerospace state? With leading contractors, a highly educated workforce, world-class research facilities, and the U.S. center of military space, we clearly have a 5,280-foot head start on the competition.
The Colorado Space Coalition collaborates with companies and key industry stakeholders to expand the state's position as the No. 2 aerospace economy in the nation.
While NASA’s first test flight of the Orion module signifies a huge step for the nation in our return to human spaceflight, its journey really began in Colorado.
Air Force Space Command in Colorado Springs celebrated the 20th anniversary of full operational capacity for the worldwide GPS.
ULA’s unprecedented mission success—100 successful launches within nine years, nearly one launch per month—is a stratospheric accomplishment for our state’s aerospace industry.
MUOS-5 completes the U.S. Navy’s satellite constellation to provide a new global military cellular network. Read more
MUOS-5 is the final satellite in the five-satellite constellation, which provides warfighters with significantly improved and assured communications worldwide. Read more
The facility will offer clients a 24/7 online platform for status of manufacturing projects. Read more
The two satellites will provide television, internet, telephone & communications to customers. Read more
EarthCube aims to help researchers better understand our planet to strengthen societal resilience to natural events. Read more
On July 4, NASA will fly Juno, a Colorado-built, solar-powered spacecraft the size of a basketball court, within 2,900 miles of the cloud tops of Jupiter.
The Colorado Space Coalition’s Company Directory includes more than 400 aerospace companies and suppliers in the state. Colorado’s aerospace companies develop products and systems for commercial, military, and government space applications.
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