NASA’s latest mission to Mars took its first trip on its long journey to the Red Planet. On Feb. 28, Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) delivered NASA’s InSight Mars lander to Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The lander will now undergo final processing in preparation for a May 5 launch aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V 401 rocket.
Ball Aerospace will deliver multi-beam phased array antenna systems as part of a contract win by BAE Systems for the U.S. Navy Network Tactical Common Data Link (NTCDL) System.
Colorado-based controlled environment supplier provides fully-operational cleanroom training center for industry specific needs.
At the second gathering of the National Space Council at Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) CEO Fatih Ozmen is among leaders of the nation’s top aerospace and defense companies invited to join the Council’s Users’ Advisory Group.
Technicians at Lockheed Martin prepare the Arabsat-6A satellite for shipment to Sunnyvale, California for testing.
Ball Aerospace has launched VizZen™, a new commercial, off-the-shelf cloud-based content management and visual-data repository that is available for purchase on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace.
Ascent Solar's monolithically integrated thin-film solar selected for further testing for deep space exploration by the German Aerospace Center
Ascent Solar Technologies, Inc. (OTCBQ: ASTI), a developer and manufacturer of state-of-the-art, lightweight and flexible thin-film photovoltaic (PV) solutions, announces that the company has been selected by the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) for further testing to develop custom PV products designed specifically for DLR's upcoming solar array deployment system.
Maxar Technologies, leader in new space economy, announces move of its headquarters to Westminster, Colorado
The move of Maxar’s headquarters is expected to result in the addition of approximately 800 jobs.
Ball Aerospace delivered the TIRS-2 Flight Cryocooler for the Landsat 9 TIRS-2 instrument ahead of schedule to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).
A study led by University of Colorado Boulder researchers provides new insight into the Moon’s excessive equatorial bulge, a feature that solidified in place over four billion years ago as the Moon gradually distanced itself from the Earth.