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Located at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., the Space Vehicles Directorate serves as the Air Force’s center of excellence for space technology research and development. The Space Vehicles Directorate develops and transitions space technologies to provide space based capabilities to the warfighter always addressing affordability, efficiencies, and operations need. The Directorate operates on 438,000 square feet of laboratory and office space.
It supports over 50 state-of-the-art research laboratories and testing structures at Kirtland as well as a unique high altitude balloon program at Holloman Air Force Base, N.M. Leading the nation in space supremacy research and development, the Space Vehicles Directorate consists of an integrated team of 900-plus military, civilian, and on-site contractors.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world’s largest aerospace professional society, serving a diverse range of more than 30,000 individual members from 88 countries, and nearly 100 corporate members.
In addition to membership, AIAA offers five forums and award-winning publications. In October 2019 AIAA will welcome the world’s space community to Washington, DC, for the 70th International Astronautical Congress, as we celebrate Space: The Power of the Past, the Promise of the Future.
Colorado Air and Space Port is a dual use, horizontal launch facility located on one of the largest land area, general aviation airports in the United States. The Air and Space Port is located on 3,200 acres of land, and surrounded by over 7,000 acres of non-residential, master-planned industrial complex, it has room to grow, easy proximity to Denver International Airport, and access to the second most highly educated workforce in the United States. All of this helps to make Colorado Air and Space Port the ideal location for a commercial spaceport.
Colorado Air and Space Port will serve as America’s hub for commercial space transportation, research, and development and, eventually, the foundation for a global suborbital transportation network. Colorado’s aerospace companies, education institutions, and state leadership are growing aerospace talent and capabilities as the state’s aerospace industry continues to expand. Colorado’s aerospace industry contributes significantly to the state’s economic output and it includes 180 aerospace companies and more than 500 suppliers and companies providing space-related products and services. Eight of the nation’s leading aerospace contractors are headquartered in Colorado, along with major U.S. Department of Defense facilities, NASA research and development activities, and top-ranked universities for aerospace. In fact, Colorado ranked third in the nation in NASA prime contract awards totaling $1.8 billion in 2016.
Colorado’s Air and Space Port is open for business and, the first mile is free!
Jacobs provides a full range of advanced technology services, refined over nearly 65 years of experience supporting both government and commercial clients.
We are known for our commitment to excellence and for our outstanding achievements in quality, performance, and safety. With a focus on long-term, ongoing client relationships, many of our clients retain our services across multiple contracts, programs and projects, resulting in successful partnerships over many years. Service and trust are at the heart of our client relationships. We develop, build, and nurture these relationships by demonstrating integrity, exercising sound judgment in our business, and living up to our commitments – by doing what we say we will do.
The Las Cruces Space Festival (LCSF) is an annual celebration of space-related activity and interest in southern New Mexico and beyond. It is held in Las Cruces in April, with key organizations behind regional space activity involved, and provides an incredible opportunity for youth to learn about and get excited about space, and for older generations to celebrate the impact that space has in our daily lives. For all lovers of space and all those with a growing curiosity, LCSF brings together education, entertainment and fun in one package with the aim of “Making Space For Everyone”. The next LCSF is April 8th – 14th 2019.
Milagro Coffee y Espresso, Inc. is a small specialty roastery located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. We have been in business and have been roasting here since the spring of 1998. We never tire of hearing from our customers who travel around the country and the world that ours is the best coffee they have tasted. We are often asked why ours is such a great cup. The answer is pretty simple.
- We only trade 100% Arabica.
- Our Coffees are dated in the store and never sold or served after 10 days.
- We only ship coffee that is less than 24hrs from the roaster.
- The water we use in the store is pre-filtered, treated with reverse osmosis and then passed through a trickle filter to adjust the TDS to 1250ppm. Detail matter in coffee.
According to a recent Ernst & Young study, New Mexico now ranks the “Best in the West” for manufacturing. As the leading economic development agency in the New Mexico Borderplex, the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) will work with your business to illustrate why operations in our region are the right decision
for your company to realize future success. From site selection services to incentive analysis to operational cost comparisons and much more, let us show you why so many companies have chosen the New Mexico Borderplex for their expansion location.
The NASA White Sands Test Facility is a component of JSC specializing in hazardous testing. WSTF’s core capabilities include Rocket Propulsion Testing, Oxygen Systems Testing, Hypervelocity Impact Testing, Composite Pressure Systems Testing, and Propellants and Aerospace Fluids Testing. WSTF test capabilities include: Ambient and altitude rocket test stands with hypergolic or LOX/Hydrocarbon propellants; Hypervelocity impact guns capable of projectiles up to 1 inch and velocities exceeding 8km/sec; Hazardous fluid and material flammability test cells, including high flow and high pressure oxygen; Chemistry and metallurgical laboratories; Space simulation laboratories for material conditioning, off-gas/out-gas testing; And a high energy blast test facility.
NASA’s Flight Opportunities program strives to advance innovative space technologies of interest to the agency while stimulating the growth and use of the U.S. commercial spaceflight industry. The program provides access to space-relevant environments through the use of commercial reusable suborbital launch vehicles, rocket powered vertical takeoff, vertical landing platforms, high-altitude balloons and parabolic aircraft flights. These platforms bridge the critical gap between laboratory or ground-based testing and demonstration of technical readiness in a mission-relevant, operational environment. The program facilitates technology development payloads from many sources, including academia, industry, NASA, other government agencies, and international partners. To learn more about flight opportunities to demonstrate your technology, visit us at our booth here at ISPCS or go to www.nasa.gov/flightopportunities.