Small satellite manufacturer and mission services provider Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) today announced it has once again topped the Inc. 5000: The Most Successful Companies in America list, an annual ranking of the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the U.S.
Ranking No. 2315 With Three-Year Revenue Growth of 181 Percent
United Launch Alliance Wins Multi-Year Competitive Contract Award to Launch Critical National Security Space Missions for the U.S. Space Force
Award represents 60 percent of the missions of the 5-year Phase 2 procurement
U.S.-based United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V rocket will launch satellites into orbit as part of SES’s contribution to facilitate 5G across America
Ozmens’ SNC Selected by the Department of Defense to Design, Develop Unmanned Orbital Outpost Prototype
Proposed Design Leverages Existing Commercial Tech to Achieve Savings in Cost, Schedule.
Maxar Technologies today announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of 3D data and analytics firm Vricon, Inc.
Ball Aerospace was selected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for four, six-month study contracts that will inform mission, spacecraft and instrument concepts for future operational weather architectures and Earth observation capabilities.
Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), the global aerospace and national security leader owned by Eren and Fatih Ozmen, uncrated both wings for its Dream Chaser spaceplane this month at the company’s Louisville, Colorado production facility. The wings’ arrival kicks off the much-anticipated integration phase of a beautiful and critical differentiator for Dream Chaser, the world’s only spaceplane owned by a private company and under contract with NASA.
Ball Aerospace Conducts Critical Design Review for Space Force’s Next-Gen Operational Weather Satellite
Ball Aerospace conducted a critical design review (CDR) of the Weather System Follow-on (WSF) satellite mission, which it is building for the U.S. Space Force Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC). With CDR concluded, Ball Aerospace begins full production of the satellite.
General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems (GA-EMS) has opened a new, modern spacecraft development, integration and test factory with state-of-the-art laboratories and secure facilities in Centennial, CO. The 33,514 square foot facility triples GA-EMS’ capacity for satellite production, integration and testing for single to constellation-sized orders, and also houses an expanded mission operations center to support on-orbit satellite and customer payload commissioning and operations.