Ball Aerospace & Technologies
Ball Aerospace & Technologies
Employees:
15,200
Revenue:
$8 billion
Net Income:
$281 million

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. is an American manufacturer of spacecraft, components, and instruments for national defense, civil space and commercial space applications. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ball Corporation, with primary offices in Boulder and facilities in Broomfield and Westminster in Colorado, with smaller offices in New Mexico, Ohio, Northern Virginia, Missouri, and Maryland. Wikipedia

Ball Aerospace & Technologies

Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. is an American manufacturer of spacecraft, components, and instruments for national defense, civil space and commercial space applications. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ball Corporation, with primary offices in Boulder and facilities in Broomfield and Westminster in Colorado, with smaller offices in New Mexico, Ohio, Northern Virginia, Missouri, and Maryland. Wikipedia

Employees:
15,200
Revenue:
$8 billion
Net Income:
$281 million
  • Ball Aerospace optical engineer Larkin Carey is shown connecting fiber optics to the AOS Source Plate Assembly (ASPA) above the James Webb Space Telescopes primary mirror, while tethered to a diving board. All tools were also tethered, and all safety protocol for working over the mirror were closely followed. Credits: NASA/Desiree Stover
  • Close-up of Ball Aerospace optical engineer Larkin Carey connecting fiber optics to the AOS Source Plate Assembly (ASPA) above the James Webb Space Telescopes primary mirror, while tethered to a diving board. All tools were also tethered, and all safety protocol for working over the mirror were closely followed. Credits: NASA/Desiree Stover
  • There''s a whole lot of science behind Ball Aerospace optical engineer, Larkin Carey''s incredible Webb Telescope selfie! Read the NASA feature @ballaerospace on Facebook and Twitter, or find it at NASA.gov.
  • The Ball-built Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) instrument on #JPSS1 tracks the health of Earths ozone layer. #GoBeyond

Ball Aerospace optical engineer Larkin Carey is shown connecting fiber optics to the AOS Source Plate Assembly (ASPA) above the James Webb Space Telescopes primary mirror, while tethered to a diving board. All tools were also tethered, and all safety protocol for working over the mirror were closely followed. Credits: NASA/Desiree Stover

Close-up of Ball Aerospace optical engineer Larkin Carey connecting fiber optics to the AOS Source Plate Assembly (ASPA) above the James Webb Space Telescopes primary mirror, while tethered to a diving board. All tools were also tethered, and all safety protocol for working over the mirror were closely followed. Credits: NASA/Desiree Stover

There''s a whole lot of science behind Ball Aerospace optical engineer, Larkin Carey''s incredible Webb Telescope selfie! Read the NASA feature @ballaerospace on Facebook and Twitter, or find it at NASA.gov.

The Ball-built Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite (OMPS) instrument on #JPSS1 tracks the health of Earths ozone layer. #GoBeyond

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