Posted: 09/26/2019 by Sacha Gragg | with 0 comments
What better way to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing than to launch rockets and high-altitude balloons? Ball Aerospace interns did just that.
Tag(s): BIRST, Interns, STEM
Posted: 07/15/2019 by Warren Ferster | with 0 comments
A longtime provider of flat-panel, electronically steered satellite communication (SATCOM) antennas to U.S. government customers, Ball Aerospace is now leveraging that expertise for the commercial market with updated antennas that can be produced in large quantities at low cost.
Tag(s): 5G, AIRLINK, Antenna, LEO
Posted: 05/31/2019 by Warren Ferster | with 0 comments
U.S. weather forecasting officials are eager to incorporate new satellite data sets into their ever-evolving prediction models, and 3D atmospheric wind measurements are high on the priority list.
Tag(s): 3D-Wind, NOAA
Posted: 05/24/2019 by Warren Ferster | with 0 comments
Many industry analysts are predicting the space economy will reach $1 trillion in the coming years, and workplace diversity just might be the ticket to getting there.
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