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Two Ball Aerospace-built instruments headed for Space Station

Two Ball Aerospace-built payloads will soon blast off toward the International Space Station aboard a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft.


CU Boulder-built payloads to support medical research, stem cell experiments in space

Two University of Colorado Boulder-built payloads, including one designed to help researchers better understand and perhaps outsmart dangerous infections like MRSA, will launch on a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station (ISS) on Feb. 18.


Ball Aerospace awarded spacecraft operation support

The Suomi NPP satellite provides life-saving weather data.


NASA awards engineering services contract for the Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership satellite

NASA has awarded the Suomi National Polar-Orbiting Partnership Sustainability (SNPPS) contract to Ball Aerospace of Boulder, Colorado.


Big names from NASA, the NFL and the screen join 2017 Conference on World Affairs

For its 69th season, the iconic Conference on World Affairs (CWA) at the University of Colorado Boulder will bring speakers from 18 countries to campus to discuss issues ranging from space exploration and nuclear policy to long-term health impacts of professional sports.


York Space Systems announces Space Segment Enterprise Program with extensive partner ecosystem

York Space Systems, an aerospace company specializing in complete space segment customer solutions and the manufacture of small and medium class spacecraft, today announced the launch of its Space Segment Enterprise Program (SSEP) in collaboration with the company's trusted network of partners.


NASA hosts media day for Colorado study of snow-bound water resources

NASA will host a media day at 9:30 a.m. MST on Feb. 13 to highlight a field campaign designed to advance new remote-sensing techniques to measure the amount of water held in snow, a key factor in calculating water supplies in many parts of the world.


Raytheon completes factory acceptance testing of flight operations system for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope

Milestone clears path for delivery of ground controls for planned 2018 launch.


$15 million accelerates aerospace research, education at CU Boulder

Private support further boosts the campus’s reputation as global leader in aerospace research, education and industry collaboration.


Radar gift to enhance weather research and education at Colorado State University

Colorado State University and its Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering have announced a gift of a customized C-band radar from Vaisala, the global leader in environmental and industrial measurements.