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Ball Aerospace Celebrates First Images from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope

Ball Aerospace built the mirrors and optics that helped make the first images possible!


Amazon Signs Contract with United Launch Alliance for 38 Project Kuiper Launches on Vulcan Centaur

Next-Generation Vulcan Rocket to Launch Majority of Project Kuiper Satellite Constellation


Ball Aerospace Supports Critical Design Review of NASA’s SPHEREx Mission

Ball Aerospace supported completion of critical design review (CDR) for NASA’s Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer (SPHEREx) mission. Ball will now move forward with building the telescope and spacecraft.


Bluestaq gets new investor to fund growth in defense and space data management

Bluestaq last year won a $280M contract from the Space Force to develop a data repository known as the unified data library


Ball Aerospace Honored in Built In’s 2022 Best Places to Work Awards

Built In today announced that Ball Aerospace was honored in its 2022 Best Places to Work Awards.


Ball Aerospace-Built Optics and Mirror System Launched Today Aboard James Webb Space Telescope

Ball Aerospace is celebrating today’s launch of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (Webb) from French Guiana. The Colorado-based company designed and built the advanced optical technology and lightweight mirror system that will enable Webb to detect light from the first stars and galaxies.


Ball Aerospace-Built Spacecraft for NASA X-Ray Astrophysics Mission Successfully Launches from Kennedy Space Center

NASA’s Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer spacecraft built by Ball Aerospace successfully launched today aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.


Hands-on at Ball Aerospace

An internship with the colorado-based spacecraft maker put steven finch on the path to a successful career. It also saved the company more than $1 million.


Ball Aerospace Delivers NASA’s X-Ray Observatory to Kennedy Space Center for Launch

The Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer will study exotic objects in the universe, including black holes.


Blue Origin & Sierra Space Developing Commercial Space Station

New Orbital Destination Opens Up Space For Business And Travel, Creating New Ecosystem