Aerospace Day at the Colorado State Capitol takes place on March 13, 2023. The event is hosted by the Colorado Citizens for Space Exploration (CSE), Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT), Aerospace States' Association (ASA), Colorado Space Coalition (CSC), AIAA Rocky Mountain Section, and Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) in coordination with our numerous aerospace partner organizations, for a day at the Colorado State Capitol. It's full day of networking and dialogue with our Colorado Legislators discussing how Colorado became one of the largest space economies per capita in our nation and how they can effectively support aerospace in our state.
Ball Aerospace team members will be there to share about our programs and capabilities. Learn more below.
About Ball Aerospace
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Jobs at Ball Aerospace
From revolutionary space missions and world-renowned sensors to data and cyber solutions, Ball Aerospace gives its employees unique opportunities to work on cutting-edge missions that help our customers learn about our planet, protect lives and build a better tomorrow.
Ball Aerospace is developing the high-performance advanced spectrometer instrument for MethaneSAT, which will locate and measure methane emissions across the globe.
James Webb Space Telescope
Ball led the development, design and manufacture of Webb’s entire optics system and designed Webb’s mirror control electronics to operate in a deep-freeze cryogenic space environment. Ball completed integration and test on these systems.
For more than five decades, Ball Aerospace has been an industry leader in the design and development of high impact, discriminating technologies that ensure warfighters can go forward bravely and return home safely.