Eight of the nation's leading aerospace contractors are headquartered in Colorado.
Mission to the Moon: Stratasys joins forces with Lockheed Martin and PADT to engineer advanced 3D printed parts for NASA's Orion mission
Stratasys 3D printers and materials provide extremely high levels of strength, durability and thermal properties to power missions to deep space.
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) has submitted a competitive and fully compliant proposal for the U.S. Air Force's GPS III Follow On (GPS IIIF) program, which will add enhanced capabilities to the most advanced GPS satellites ever designed. The GPS IIIF program intends to produce up to 22 next-generation satellites.
Ball Aerospace is collaborating with Honeywell to develop and produce high-performance, high-reliability Optical Communication DataLinks that enable satellite operators to deliver affordable, high-capacity, high-data rate connectivity to users around the world.
JPSS-1 (NOAA-20) significantly increases the accuracy of weather forecasts.
Ball Aerospace emphasizes commitment to mission partnerships and innovation at 34th Annual Space Symposium in Colorado
From technology demonstrations to Class A national capabilities, Ball serves as a trusted mission partner to its customers, delivering affordable, innovative and resilient mission-level solutions to address the nation's most difficult challenges in national security, civil space and commercial aerospace.
Multi-phase plan to bring 450 new jobs to Denver and Colorado Springs.
DigitalGlobe partners with Ecopia Tech Corporation to generate building footprints by leveraging machine learning in the cloud
By using Ecopia U.S. Building Footprints powered by DigitalGlobe, customers will have the most current and accurate information on structures in their areas of interest, enabling them to make business decisions with unprecedented speed and efficiency.
BridgeSat announced today the opening of its network operations center (NOC), the world’s first for free-space optical communications.
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying the GOES-S mission for NASA and NOAA lifted off from Space Launch Complex-41 on March 1 at 5:02 p.m. EST. GOES-S is the second satellite in the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES)-R series of satellites, which have played a vital role in weather forecasting, storm tracking and meteorological research.