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Connecting Service Members to Civilian Careers
Ball Aerospace team members share their experience going through the SkillBridge Program, which gives Active Duty military members a chance to gain valuable work experience through specific industry training and development before they’re even finished with their time in the military.
TEMPO instrument opening new era for pollution tracking in North America
Ball Aerospace built the Tropospheric Emission: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) spectrometer, which will make hourly daytime measurements of major air pollutants, advancing our understanding of air quality across North America.
Legacy of Landsat
Since 1972, Landsat satellites have continuously acquired images of the Earth’s land surface, providing uninterrupted data objectively measuring changes impacting life on Earth.
Engineers Week 2023 - Creating the Future
Ball Aerospace is proud to celebrate our engineers, technical professionals, scientists and all the team members who support our missions.
New Tech Helps Make Fighter Pilots Safer
Improving pilot safety and performance is a top priority for the DoD, and to address that need, Ball Aerospace has partnered with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to develop the Integrated Cockpit Sensing (ICS) system.
The Ball Aerospace Cryogenics team keeps its cool on big projects
Ball Aerospace has been engaging in cryogenic work nearly since its inception over 50 years ago, expanding out from parts manufacturing to the prolific aerospace team it has today.
Another OMPS instrument sets out to keep watchful eye on ozone
Ball Aerospace is celebrating the successful launch of NOAA’s Joint Polar Satellite System-2 (JPSS-2) in the wee hours of November 10 from Vandenberg Space Force Base in Lompoc, CA.
How to catch a ride to the sky
Another Year Of The Ball Intern Remote Sensing Team (BIRST) Payload Project For The Books
First Images from James Webb Space Telescope
Technology designed and built by Ball Aerospace enables NASA’s Webb Telescope to capture first images of unseen universe.
Take Our Kids to Work Day affirms Ball’s commitment to STEM
Take Our Kids to Work Day is a national event that Ball Aerospace introduced as an annual company event in 2002.
Bringing Together the Needs of Military and Commercial Users Could Finally Unlock the Market for Electronically Steerable Antennas
New architectures developed by Ball Aerospace leverage the overlapping interests and investments of government and commercial markets to unlock the full potential of ESA-based satellite communications and significantly accelerate its growth.
Celebrating Women Shaping Our Future
For Women’s History Month we honor trailblazers who have made an impact on the Aerospace industry.
Engineering for the future to make a difference
Ball Aerospace is proud to celebrate our engineers, technical professionals and scientists who support our missions.
What was it like to work on the next great space observatory?
Ball Aerospace IXPE Team has High Hopes for the Small Explorer
Delivered by Ball Aerospace to Cape Canaveral, Fla. in early November, NASA’s Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) is scheduled to launch early December 9 from Kennedy Space Center.