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Launched Oct. 28, 2011, the Ball-built Suomi NPP satellite celebrates five years on-orbit.
Ball employees bring awareness to light pollution at the Night Sky Festival at Rocky Mountain National Park.
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
Colorado Governor Proclaims 'Ball Day' to Commemorate Contributions by Ball Corporation and the 60th Anniversary of Ball Aerospace
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For high accuracy performance in the most extreme environments, you need the payload pointed right the first time, every time. Our space-qualified gimbals have helped return images from the Mars Exploration Rover, the Worldview Earth imaging constellation and many other pioneering missions. Whether your extreme environment is in space or on the ground, we can steer payloads like mirror flats, optical telescopes, science instruments and antennas with a high degree of accuracy and large field of regard.
Our camera is returning unprecedented images of the surface of Mars.
Our spacecraft deliver the highest resolution Earth images available.
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