Ball and SSL win study contracts for methane emission tracking satellite
Key technologies the commercial satellite constellations need are on the horizon
Ball Aerospace unveils commercial software for data visualization
NGA using data from Spire and Ball to monitor Arctic maritime traffic
Green Propulsion System Mated with GPIM Satellite
Orbital ATK Retains JPSS Work as GAO Strikes Down Ball Protest
Ball Aerospace’s JPSS Protest Takes Aim at Rival’s Cost Claims
NASA Space Technology Chief Leaving for Ball Aerospace
Dave Kaufman’s Job: Keeping DoD’s Eye on Ball

Ball Aerospace Completes Construction of JPSS-1 Bus

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In addition to the JPSS-1 bus, Ball is building one of the satellite’s five main sensors, the Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite.

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Profile | Robert Strain, President, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
Taylor Stepping Down as Ball Aerospace Chief Exec

Ball Aerospace Sends NASA Electric Demo Proposal

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Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has submitted a mission concept study to NASA for demonstrating solar electric propulsion technologies in space, the Boulder, Colo.-based company said in a May 16 press release.

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Ball Aerospace Taps Emcore for Satellite Solar Arrays

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Emcore Corp. of Albuquerque, N.M., said April 16 that it was awarded a $6 million contract by Ball Aerospace & Technologies to design, manufacture, test and deliver solar panels for a new classified spacecraft the Boulder, Colo.-based company is building.

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NASA’s Goddard Director Leaving for Ball Aerospace
Ball Aerospace Helping U.S. Military Create ‘Dream’ Spy Telescope [Space.com]
Profile: Cary W. Ludtke, Vice President and General Manager of Civil and Operational Space Programs, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
Final NPP Sensor Delivered to Ball Aerospace
NASA To Tap Ball Aerospace for NPOESS Preparatory Project Clone

David L. Taylor, President and Chief Executive Officer, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.

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Revenue has been relatively flat for Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.’s core space hardware manufacturing business, but that could change significantly in the next couple of years depending on key U.S. government decisions and the ability of mobile satellite services operator Iridium to secure financing for its next-generation constellation.

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