The 45th Rocky Mountain American Astronautical Society (AAS) Guidance, Navigation and Control (GN&C) Conference will be held February 2-8, 2023 in Breckenridge, Colorado. The event will host topics covering the entire lifecycle of GN&C systems while reflecting some of the most relevant and current topics in the aerospace industry. The diverse attendance and agenda offer interaction with industry, government, and academia personnel in a unique setting with informative state-of-the-art technology exhibits.
Ball Aerospace will have a table at the event featuring GN&C-related products and a STEM table to complement. Learn about our programs and capabilities below.
Ball Configurable Platform
The BCP is equipped for a range of missions, including space-based environmental monitoring, deep space exploration and more.
The Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer mission measures the polarization of cosmic X-rays to improve our understanding of exotic objects in the universe.
Roman Space Telescope
The Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will enable advances in astrophysics by providing survey capabilities in infrared wavelengths.
NASA’s SPHEREx mission is performing the first near-infrared all-sky spectral survey to answer critical questions about the universe.
We are the prime contractor for the Weather System Follow-On Microwave (WSF-M) mission, responsible for developing and integrating the entire microwave system, including the instrument, spacecraft and ground system software.
Ball Aerospace is developing the CT-2020, a low-cost, high performance, fully U.S.-sourced, commercial star tracker.
Learn about how our extensive heritage across science and exploration mission classes informs our development of technology that will enable the science of tomorrow.
Internships at Ball Aerospace
Learn about how you can launch your career with an internship at Ball Aerospace!
Ball Aerospace IXPE Team
Ball Aerospace team members talk about their role on NASA's Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer and how the mission is allowing astronomers to discover, for the first time, the hidden details of some of the most exotic astronomical objects in our universe.