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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013 & 2014

    ATK Aerospace Systems

     

     

    ATK is an aerospace, defense, and commercial products company specializing in small and micro-satellites; satellite components and subsystems; lightweight space deployable and solar arrays; low-cost, quick to market launch solutions; flares and decoys; and energetic materials and related technologies. It is also the world's top producer of solid rocket propulsion systems with extensive experience supporting human and space payload missions, and a leading supplier of lightweight and reliable composite aircraft structures.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013 & 2014

    JACOBS

     

     

     

    JACOBS employs a high-tech workforce of more than 420 people at the NASA JSC White Sand Test Facility.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013 & 2014

    CASIS

     

     

     

    CASIS is the sole manager of the ISS US National Lab. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars.

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    Commercial Space Courtyard 2013

    Waypoint 2 Space

     

    Operating from the hub of Space Technology – NASA’s Johnson Space Center Campus in Houston, Texas – Waypoint 2 Space has assembled a team of industry experts, comprised of former NASA and military personnel, and partnered with leading aerospace companies to develop the most comprehensive instructional space training programs available. These completely immersive, safety focused commercial spaceflight participant training programs are designed to meet (and in some cases exceed) the needs of emerging Sub-Orbital and Orbital Commercial Spaceflight Service Providers.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013 & 2014

    United Launch Alliance

     

     

    United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a  50-50 joint venture owned by Lockheed Martin and The Boeing Company. ULA provides reliable, cost-efficient space launch services for the U.S. government.

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    Commercial Space Portal 2013 & 2014

    Spaceport Colorado

     

     

    Spaceport Colorado offers the unique combination of a remote site with excess capacity, convenient access to a major international airport and a highly-skilled aerospace workforce.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013

    Spaceport America

     

     

    Spaceport America is the first spaceport in the world built-from-the-ground-up to host private enterprise, intended to be the launch-pad of the global commercial spaceflight industry and second space age.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013

    PADT

    Phoenix Analysis and Design Technologies Inc. (PADT) is an engineering service company that focuses on helping customers who develop physical products by providing Numerical Simulation, Product Development, and Rapid Prototyping products and services.

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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 2013

    MDC

    The goal of Midland Development Corporation (MDC), a Type A Sales Tax Corporation with over $7 million in annual revenues, is to convert this rapid growth into permanent progress. Building a diversified economy through the Aerospace and Aviation Industry was achieved with the recent announcement of XCOR Aerospace's R & D Headquarters locating to the Midland Development Airport.

Exhibitors

Air Force Research Lab

AFRL/RVOT
3550 Aberdeen Ave SE
Kirtland AFB 87117
www.kirtland.af.mil/afrl_vs

Description:  The Space Vehicles Directorate, at Kirtland AFB, N.M., is the Air Force's center of excellence for space research and development. The Directorate develops and transitions space technologies for more effective, more affordable warfighter missions. Primary mission thrusts include Space-Based Surveillance and Space Capability Protection. Leading the nation in space supremacy research and development, the Directorate also leverages commercial, civil and other government resources that ensure Americas defense advantage. Primary focus areas include: radiation-hardened electronics, space power, space structures and control, space-based sensing, space environmental effects, autonomous maneuvering and balloon and satellite flight experiments.

 

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

1801 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 500
Reston, VA 20191

www.aiaa.org

Description: The World's Forum for Aerospace Leadership.


 

Astrium North America

16055 Space Center Blvd., Suite 480
Houston, TX 77581
www.astrium-na.com

Description:  Astrium-NA specializes in external carrier development and integration services, life/physical sciences hardware, experiment and payload processing, software engineering, project management and flight simulation and training for the international aerospace community. In collaboration with NanoRacks, Astrium is currently offering The External Payload Platform which provides a commercial gateway to the extreme environment of space. It is an ideal location for earth and deep space observation, sensor development and testing for advanced electronics and materials. Visit our webpage (Astrium-NA.com) for further information regarding the External Payload Platform flight opportunities as well as our Life and Physical Sciences hardware catalogue.


 

BRPH

5700 N. Harbor City Boulevard, Suite 400
Melbourne, FL  32940
www.brph.com

Description:  BRPH is an international architecture, engineering design and construction services firm providing fully integrated services across the globe. Our firm is highly specialized in the aviation and aerospace markets and counts international companies, airports and public and commercial space ventures as key clients.


 

Center for Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS)

P.O. Box 561546
Rockledge, FL  32956
http://www.iss-casis.org/

Description: In 2011, NASA chose the Center for the Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) to be the sole manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory. The mission of CASIS is to maximize use of this unparalleled platform for innovation, which can benefit all humankind and inspire a new generation to look to the stars.

The organization has been awarded by NASA the responsibility of inciting the imagination of entrepreneurs and scientists alike, accelerating and facilitating space-based research as well as creating public awareness of National Lab research and making space science more accessible to the world.

By carefully selecting research and funding projects, by connecting investors looking for opportunity to scientists with great ideas, and by making access to the station faster and easier, CASIS will drive scientific inquiry toward developing groundbreaking new technologies and products that will tangibly affect our lives.


 

College of Engineering, New Mexico State University


 

JACOBS

PO Box 20
Las Cruces, NM 88004
www.nasa.gov/centers/wstf
 

Description:  Jacobs Technology employs a high-tech workforce of more than 420 people at the NASA JSC White Sands Test Facility (WSTF).  We provide the expertise to test and evaluate spacecraft materials, components, and rocket propulsion systems to enable safe human exploration and utilization of space.  Other services include system-level development and test operations, COPV testing, hypervelocity-impact testing, oxygen-system analysis/testing, chemistry, and metallurgy testing.  The Agencys hypergolic experts reside at WSTF making this facility essential to the health of future hypergolic propulsion-system development.  We also have the facilities and expertise to provide calibration, machining, welding, and clean room services.


 

Spaceport Colorado

5200 Front Range Parkway 
Watkins, CO 80137
http://www.ftg-airport.com/spaceport.php
 

Description: Front Range Airport is one of the largest general aviation airports in the United States with 4,000 acres of land, and surrounded by 6,000 acres non-residential, master-planned industrial complex, it is considered remote, yet only 6 miles from the world's 10th busiest airport  DIA, making it an ideal location for a commercial spaceport. Spaceport Colorado achieved a major milestone with the passage of Senate Bill 12-35, limiting liability for spaceflight activities, passing both houses with 100% support and was signed by Governor Hickenlooper, April 19, 2012 at the 28th Annual National Space Symposium, following an address by Dr. George Nield.


 

The Boeing Company

13100 Space Center Blvd MC HB 4-11
Houston, TX  77059
http://www.boeing.com/boeing/bds/index.page

Description:  The worlds leading aerospace company, Boeing is the world's leading manufacturer of geostationary satellites for commercial and military applications. Boeing optimizes its 50-years of human space flight experience as prime contractor sustaining the International Space Station. It is developing systems for station access as well as for people to explore deep space.


 

United Launch Alliance

Galileo Operations Center
P.O. Box 3788
Centennial, CO 80155
http://www.ulalaunch.com/site/default.shtml

 
Description: Formed in December 2006, United Launch Alliance (ULA) is a 50-50 joint venture owned by Lockheed Martin and The Boeing Company.  ULA brings together two of the launch industry’s most experienced and successful teams – Atlas and Delta – to provide reliable, cost-efficient space launch services for the U.S. government.  U.S. government launch customers include the Department of Defense, NASA, the National Reconnaissance Office and other organizations.
 
Atlas and Delta expendable launch vehicles have supported America’s presence in space for more than 50 years, carrying a variety of payloads including weather, telecommunications and national security satellites that protect and improve life on Earth, as well as deep space and interplanetary exploration missions that further our knowledge of the universe.
 
With three families of launch vehicles – Atlas V, Delta II, and Delta IV– ULA continues the tradition of supporting strategic U.S. space initiatives with advanced robust launch solutions to provide assured access to space and 100 percent mission success.
 
ULA program management, engineering, test and mission support functions are headquartered in Denver, Colo. Manufacturing, assembly and integration operations are located at Decatur, AL, Denver, CO, and Harlingen, TX. Launch operations are located at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., and at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. 

Book your ISPCS 2014 sponsorship package today to ensure maximum visibility at the premier Personal and Commercial Space Industry event!  


Exhibiting Opportunities

Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 20’ x 10’ - $9,900
Companies will receive:
• 20’ x 10’ booth in Commercial Space Exhibit Hall
• Two passes to the symposium (excluding dinner)

Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 10’ x 10’ - $4,950
Companies will receive:
• 10’ x 10’ booth in Commercial Space Exhibit Hall
• One pass to the symposium (excluding dinner)

Commercial Space Courtyard 20’ x 8’ - $4,950
Companies will receive:
• 20’ x 8’ booth in Commercial Space Courtyard
• One pass to the symposium (excluding dinner)

Commercial Space Courtyard 10’ x 8’ - $2,750
Companies will receive:
• 10’ x 8’ booth in Commercial Space Courtyard
• One pass to the symposium (excluding dinner)
 
Please contact Susan Raitt at 575-646-6414 or sraitt@nmsu.edu for more information.

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