Great Red Spot A 'Storm Of Storms'Scientists at Lockheed Martin in Littleton are receiving the best images ever recorded of Jupiter’s ‘great red spot.’
NASA's 'Super Guppy' Plane Lands At BuckleyIt's not an invasion. You did actually see a strange-looking plane flying over Aurora on Tuesday.
Lockheed Martin To Move Hundreds Of Jobs To ColoradoLockheed Martin is moving hundreds of jobs to Colorado.
Lockheed Martin Shows Off Self-Driving Car TechnologyLockheed Martin celebrated the opening of its brand new facility in Littleton by showcasing the progress it has made with some of its high-tech, autonomous hardware- or self-driving cars.
John Glenn's Influence Still Felt Strongly In Colorado's Science CommunityBeing the first American to orbit the planet is what inspired generations of people, particularly here in Colorado.
GOES-R Satellite Will Revolutionize Forecasting Severe WeatherCBS4 Meteorologist Dave Aguilera goes into greater detail about what the GOES-R satellite is and how it will revolutionize forecasting severe storms once it launches on Saturday.
Weather Satellite Built In Colorado Set To Blast Into OrbitThe AtlasV rocket, carrying the next generation of weather satellites, is at the launch pad ready for liftoff on Saturday afternoon at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Colorado-Built Satellite Makes Successful Launch, Now Orbiting EarthA state-of-the-art satellite built in Colorado is now orbiting Earth after a successful launch Friday.
GOES R Weather Satellite Will Provide Big Upgrade For ForecastersThe satellite was built at Lockheed Martin in Jefferson County.
Hurricane Could Delay Weather Satellite Built In ColoradoEngineers at Lockheed Martin in Littleton are watching the path of Hurricane Matthew because it could delay the launch of a state-of-the-art weather satellite built in Colorado.
WorldView-4 Satellite Set For LaunchA satellite created by Colorado companies that was scheduled to launch on Friday has been rescheduled for launch at a later date.
Colorado-Built Spacecraft Blasts Off To Grab Gravel From AsteroidThe first NASA explorer of its kind, built in Colorado, took off on a seven-year quest Thursday, chasing after a big, black, unexplored asteroid to gather a few handfuls of gravel for return to Earth.

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