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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.
World View and Ball Aerospace Demonstrate Persistent Remote Sensing from Stratollite Platform
Two Ball Aerospace-Built Instruments Headed for Space Station
Ball Aerospace Awarded Spacecraft Operation Support
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Exploring the universe, unveiling Pluto’s mysteries, and finding Earth’s twin
Giving Earth its close-up and learning a lot more about home
Delivering accurate data from all platforms in space, on land, in the air and at sea
Using our space experience for huge mountaintop observatories
3D real-time for tactical missions & enhanced features for science data
Reliable weather space systems that meet specific military and civilian needs
We built the Ralph instrument which sent back the highest resolution images of Pluto
This Ball-built spacecraft provides accurate data for weather prediction models
Webb is the Earth’s largest space telescope. We designed its optical mirror system
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