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Ball engineer Penny Warren captivates students with Kepler discoveries at Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center.
Ball Aerospace’s Casey Waggy Receives Society of Women Engineers Award
Three Ball Aerospace Engineers Elected AIAA Associate Fellows
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To make your tactical military intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance missions last longer, our cryogenic liquid hydrogen storage tanks can give you more capability. We fuel high altitude long endurance (HALE) aircraft and also provide cryogenic control, refueling and maintenance systems.
To double the battery capacity of unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV), we’re developing an energy storage system for UUV’s at cryogenic temperatures. For infrared sensors on both military and civil space platforms, our high-capacity mechanical cryocoolers offer an alternative method for cooling at temperatures below 25 Kelvin for extended times.
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