It’s a journey to Jupiter that started in Colorado. The launch of the Juno spacecraft was picture perfect.
Lockheed Martin says 750 people in Colorado are eligible for a national voluntary layoff program for about 6,500 employees.
Replacing the shuttle and its crew with a commercial vehicle took another step forward on Monday that could mean a great deal Colorado-based space industry jobs.
It could be 5 years, maybe more before NASA launches its next manned missions. But when they do, they could be using technology designed in Colorado.
Two Colorado defense contractors made their case Wednesday for building the next generation military fighter jet — the F-35.
Aerospace and defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. plans to cut 1,200 employees in its space systems equipment division.
Lockheed Martin says the space shuttle Endeavor crew has conducted a test for the navigation system of the Orion space capsule, which is being designed at the company’s Denver-area sites.
NASA’s announcement of a new role and name for the Orion space capsule was welcome news in Colorado on Tuesday, where about 750 Lockheed Martin employees, subcontractors and suppliers are working on the project.
Part of the Shuttle mission for the crew of Endeavor will be testing new technology co-developed by Ball Aerospace in Boulder aimed at making spacecraft dockings easier and safer.
It was a successful launch Saturday of a rocket carrying a high-tech satellite built by Lockheed Martin.