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08-25-2017

Sierra Nevada Corporation awarded by NASA for work on advanced plant habitat

Sierra Nevada Corporation was recognized by NASA with two awards for its exceptional work on the Advanced Plant Habitat (APH) plant growth system, which is currently bringing more fresh food and advanced plant physiology research to space on the International Space Station (ISS).

08-23-2017

Ball Aerospace awarded consecutive top performing supplier recognition by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

For the second consecutive year, Ball Aerospace was recognized by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics as a Top Performing Supplier.

08-22-2017

Lockheed Martin powers-up next Orion spacecraft for first time

Powering-on and testing the computers marks a major milestone in Orion’s march toward flight.

08-18-2017

United Launch Alliance successfully launches NASA’s TDRS-M satellite

Final mission in series completes third generation space communication satellites.

08-16-2017

Satellite imaging team wins CO-LABS Governor’s Award

A Colorado State University-based team that works on the nation’s newest weather satellite has been awarded the CO-LABS Governor’s Award for High-Impact Research.

08-07-2017

Business-friendly legislation and policy helps expand small satellite industry in Colorado

Colorado’s small satellite sector is thriving and fastest growing in state's space industry.

08-04-2017

CU Boulder ships $90 million solar instruments to Florida for upcoming launch

The package is considered a key tool to help monitor the planet's climate.

08-03-2017

Microloans now available for startups and entrepreneurs

The Microloans program is meant to provide capital to small businesses through small, character-based loans, particularly in rural Colorado regions.

08-02-2017

Lockheed Martin invests $350 million in state-of-the-art satellite production facility

266,000 square foot "Factory of the Future" will speed production and lower costs.

07-28-2017

CU Boulder to test drones in eastern Colorado for drought project

University of Colorado Boulder engineers, scientists and students are teaming up with Black Swift Technologies of Boulder to use unmanned aircraft in the coming weeks to measure water moisture at a test irrigation farm in Yuma, Colorado.