Destination: Space Symposium
Raytheon shows its wide-ranging expertise at the galaxy's premier space conference
Space? We've got it covered.
Raytheon is displaying its wide-ranging space expertise at the 32nd annual Space Symposium, April 11-14 in Colorado Springs. Billed as “the premier global, commercial, civil, military and emergent space conference," the event is a showcase for advanced technology and extraterrestrial services.
That includes Raytheon, with its unique, end-to-end expertise. The Raytheon booth (#233) features a seven-foot-high wall with an interactive visualization of Raytheon’s space value chain, including astronaut training support, space launch range management, satellite instruments, science data analysis, monitoring of space threats and dissemination of information to the military and intelligence communities.
Because Raytheon’s capabilities span the space domain, the company can lower overall mission costs, optimize effectiveness and better protect information, systems and people. Greater mission understanding leads to benefits such as early missile warning, advanced weather forecasting, accurate natural resource monitoring and secure GPS.
Here is a sampling of stories that demonstrate Raytheon’s end-to-end space expertise:
Cosmic Colors coloring book
The story of humans in space is a story of technology. Raytheon Company has been at the center of the human outreach into space since it was founded in 1922. This book explores that colorful story. Download your free copy of Cosmic Colors here (.pdf).
Flying a telescope
Raytheon delivers ground controls for the James Webb Space Telescope
After it launches in 2018, the James Webb Space Telescope will unlock insight into the universe’s biggest secrets.
Houston, we have a printer
Raytheon uses 3-D printers to help train astronauts to respond to challenges in orbit
The 3-D printers at NASA's Space Vehicle Mockup Facility churn out fast, cheap and highly accurate models of actual spacecraft parts.
How to Follow a Raindrop
Raytheon technology tracks the weather from space to the sidewalk
Every time a storm surges, a steady stream of information known as "environmental intelligence" flows to government, the military, businesses and citizens throughout the U.S.
Eight Ways the Global Positioning System Drives Billions in Economic Activity
What do online dating and the construction industry have in common? Both see significant economic benefits from using GPS.
Raytheon, NASA open a space simulation facility to commercial customers
As the headquarters for all aspects of human spaceflight -- including spacecraft design and astronaut training -- NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston is home to such technological wonders as a Space Shuttle and the Apollo-era Mission Control room. Yet even among these marvels, the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory is an amazing sight.
The Data Farmers' Almanac
Raytheon-developed system helps climate scientists turn big data into usable insights
A NASA big data system, developed and maintained by Raytheon, is helping scientists forecast the potential impact climate change may have on human health, safety and security issues worldwide.
Tiny Satellite Work Ramps Up
Diminutive devices apply decades of space know-how
At a specialized factory in the Arizona desert, technicians are building satellites small enough to be carried by hand.
Prediction Is the Best Protection
Raytheon's spacefaring exec puts the “advance” in Advanced Weather Forecasting
From low-Earth orbit, Robert Curbeam looked down on the Pacific Ocean during his first space voyage in August, 1997. What he saw was both beautiful and chilling.
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