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    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 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 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.

  • Exhibitor 2014- ula

    Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 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 Exhibit Hall 2014

    XCOR Aerospace

     

     

     

    XCOR works with aerospace prime contractors and government customers on major propulsion systems, while also building the XCOR Lynx suborbital spaceplane.

Exhibitors 2015


American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)

1801 Alexander Bell Drive, Suite 500
Reston, VA 20191f
www.aiaa.org

Description: The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world’s largest aerospace professional society, serving a diverse range of more than 35,000 individual members from more than 80 countries, and 100 corporate members. AIAA members are all part of an innovative, high-value profession that helps make the world safer, more connected, more accessible, and more prosperous.

In addition to membership, AIAA offers five content-specific forums where professionals meet and build connections with experts and researchers in aviation, propulsion and energy, space, science and technology, and defense. The Institute’s award-winning publications range from books and standards to peer-reviewed technical journals and our flagship magazine, Aerospace America. In addition, AIAA leads the way on issue advocacy that impacts the aerospace sector, and through the AIAA Foundation, the Institute is committed to providing financial support to engineering-related educational programs that expose young people to the aerospace community and encourage study in the aerospace sciences.

Learn more about how AIAA is Shaping the Future of Aerospace at www.aiaa.org.


FAA Commercial Space Transportation

800 Independence Ave. SW Suite 331
Washington, DC 20591
www.faa.gov/go/ast

Description: FAAs Office of Commercial Space Transportation has the mission to protect the public health and safety, safety of property, and national security and foreign policy interest of the United States. We encourage, facilitate, and promote commercial space launches and reentries by the private sector. We also regulate and encourage amateur rocket activities. We accomplish our mission by consulting with industry, educating the public; and issuing licenses or experimental permits to commercial launch services providers, vehicle developers, and launch site operators.


Stellar Technology-LORD Corporation

237 Commerce Drive
Amherst, NY 14228
www.stellartech.com

Description: Stellar Technology, a business unit of Lord Corporation, is the leading provider of pressure sensors, temperature sensors, and force sensors for the rapidly expanding global commercial space market. Stellar Technology sensors are specified for a broad range of commercial space applications including: ground support systems, propulsion systems, launch vehicles, environmental control and life support systems, flight control systems, thruster/reaction control systems, recovery systems, and component testing. Customers select Stellar Technology transducers and transmitters because of the premium placed on safety, reliability, efficiency, and cost.

Stellar Technology pressure transducers, temperature transmitters, load cells, torque cells, displacement sensors, and instrumentation provide applications solutions for many of the diverse activities associated with private and federal space programs. Some of these programs include:
• Launching Crew and Cargo to the International Space Station
• Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS)
• Space Tourism
• Suborbital Hypersonic Point-to-Point Travel
• NASA’s Commercial Crew Development Program (CCDev2)
• Micro-Satellite Propulsion Systems
• On-Orbit Fuel Depots/Cryogenic Propellant Transfer Systems
• Scientific Research
• Education and Training Programs
• Astronaut Training
• National Security Applications
Stellar Technology is a US company with engineering, manufacturing, and service facilities in Amherst, New York, and regional technical sales offices throughout the US.


The following options are available for exhibitors:

Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 20’ x 10’ - $10,200
Companies will receive:
• 20’ x 10’ booth in Commercial Space Exhibit Hall
• Two all access passes to the symposium

Commercial Space Exhibit Hall 10’ x 10’ - $5,100
Companies will receive:
• 10’ x 10’ booth in Commercial Space Exhibit Hall
• One all access pass to the symposium

Commercial Space Courtyard 20’ x 8’ - $5,100
Companies will receive:
• 20’ x 8’ booth in Commercial Space Courtyard
• One all access pass to the symposium

Commercial Space Courtyard 10’ x 8’ - $2,900
Companies will receive:
• 10’ x 8’ booth in Commercial Space Courtyard
• One all access pass to the symposium

For more information contact Susan Raitt at 575-646-6414 or sraitt@nmsu.edu

 


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