ASRC Federal companies deliver engineering, information technology, infrastructure support, professional and technical services and solutions to U.S. civil, intelligence and defense agencies. We focus on providing reliable, cost-efficient services that help government customers achieve mission success.
ASRC Federal Holding Company is the government services subsidiary of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation, an Alaska Native Corporation owned by approximately 13,000 Iñupiat shareholders.
Please visit our website to learn more about our capabilities and visit us on the exhibitor floor.
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.
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.
Why should a space-related company do business in New Mexico? As the leading economic development agency in the New Mexico Borderplex, the Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance (MVEDA) will work with your business to answer why operations in our region are the right decision for your company to realize future success. Using site selection services, incentive analyses, operational cost comparisons, strong community support, and much more, we have the tools, talent, and unparalleled tenacity to help you choose the New Mexico Borderplex as the right place for your operations.
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 facilitates rapid demonstration of promising technologies for space exploration and the expansion of space commerce through suborbital testing with industry flight providers. Suborbital flight opportunities take technologies from the laboratory to a relevant flight environment that facilitates technology maturation, validates feasibility and reduces technical risks for future missions. To learn more, visit our booth here at ISPCS or go to www.nasa.gov/flightopportunities.
We are New Mexico’s land-grant institution, a comprehensive research institution of higher education dedicated to teaching, research and public service and outreach. New Mexico State University sits on a 900-acre campus and enrolls more than 15,000 students from 49 states and 89 foreign countries. NMSU is a NASA Space Grant College and is home to the very first Honors College in New Mexico. A Hispanic-serving institution, NMSU serves a multi-cultural population of students and community members across the state at five campuses, a satellite learning center in Albuquerque, cooperative extension offices located in each of New Mexico’s 33 counties, and 12 agriculture research and science centers. Plus, distance education programs give students maximum flexibility.
NMSU is the lead member of the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium, a member of the congressionally funded National Space Grant College Scholarship and Fellowship Program administered by NASA. We work within a national network of universities to encourage programs of research, training and public service with the aerospace industry and, federal, state and local governments. We recruit and train citizens, especially women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities, for careers in aerospace science and technology
Spaceport America beckons a brave and pioneering new breed of commercial space entrepreneur.
Our FAA-licensed horizontal and vertical launch areas are home to a growing community of bold space innovators. Some of the most respected companies in the commercial space industry are permanent tenants: Virgin Galactic, SpaceX,
Spinlaunch, UP Aerospace, EXOS Aerospace, and EnergeticX Pipeline2Space.
With a secure campus of 18,000 acres set in the beautiful, sparsely populated, and high-elevation (4,600 ft) desert of southern New Mexico, 340+ days of sunshine, and 6,000 square miles of protected airspace – our tenants are free to dream, research, engineer, manufacture, test and launch – and free from prying eyes, bureaucratic red tape, and bad weather. Our North and East campuses are now open and ready for both build-to-suit tenancy and ad-hoc flight test campaigns.
Home to the Spaceport America Cup which attended by the futures best and brightest collegiate Rocketeers, representing 14 countries and 83 US teams, this group of 1500 converges on the Vertical Launch Area every June.
To date: 301 Vertical Launches, 9 Horizontal Missions
Virgin Galactic, the world’s first commercial spaceline, is transforming access to space for the benefit of life on Earth. Founded by Richard Branson, it is developing flights to space for private astronauts and research experiments, while delivering an unparalleled customer experience. It is building a fleet of space vehicles which is being manufactured by its sister organisation, The Spaceship Company (TSC), currently operating one SpaceShipTwo, VSS Unity and one mothership, VMS Eve. Virgin Galactic has now created five Commercial Astronauts from two space flights and has successfully flown a number of research payloads as a part of the NASA flight opportunities program. Commercial spaceflight operations will be based at the Gateway to Space facility at Spaceport America, New Mexico, the world’s first purpose-built commercial spaceport. To date, 600 Future Astronauts from 60 countries are signed up to fly to space with Virgin Galactic once commercial service begins