40 Years After Viking's Mars Mission, Impact Still Being FeltLockheed Martin is celebrating the 40th anniversary of its Viking lander.
Colorado-Built Spacecraft Successfully Enters Jupiter's OrbitEngineers cheered from the Waterton Canyon Lockheed Martin on the evening of July 4th to celebrate the successful placement of their spacecraft into Jupiter's orbit.
2 Injured When Hot Air Balloon Lands In Parking LotTwo people suffered minor injuries and a third person walked away after a hot air balloon went down at the Lockheed Martin space systems assembly plant in Littleton on Wednesday.
Lockheed Martin Funds Science, Math, Tech In Denver SchoolsLockheed Martin has awarded Denver Public Schools $800,000 for science, technology, engineering and math education.
Lockheed Martin's Spacecraft Will Take Sample From AsteroidA new space mission is made possible by Colorado-based Lockheed Martin.
Defense Department Investigates Claim Of Favoritism In Space Contracts To Colorado CompaniesThe Defense Department is investigating after a former executive of space contractor United Launch Alliance allegedly said the Pentagon showed favoritism toward his company.
CU Student Team Wins Big Money From NASA For Satellite DevelopmentA University of Colorado student team has won $30,000 from NASA.
Lockheed Martin's Groundbreaking Orion Spacecraft Continues To Prove ValuableThe Orion spacecraft that made headlines in late 2014 is now at Lockheed Martin in Littleton and being used to help take humans deeper into space.
NASA Calling On Artists Of All Kinds For Work To Send To SpaceNASA is calling all artists. They want to put artwork, poems, songs, and videos on its latest spacecraft.
Mission To Mars Delayed Because Of Leaky InstrumentThe next mission to Mars is on hold indefinitely because of a leaky instrument on a Lockheed Martin spacecraft.
Latest Mission To Mars Starts In ColoradoThe latest mission to Mars has started in Colorado.
Colorado Scientists Help With Mars Water DiscoveryLocal Colorado companies played a big role in NASA’s discovery of water on Mars. Both Lockheed Martin and Ball Aerospace have several devices above Mars and returned data that helped scientists.

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