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Colorado Skies Academy Students Launch Balloon with Science Experiments

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

The Next Generation

When Colorado Skies Academy (CSA) opened in August on the grounds of Centennial Airport, it became the first middle school in the United States that is fully contained in an operating airport. The Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) charter school’s focus is on aviation and aerospace.

On Nov. 6, the sixth-grade class and their teachers launched a high-altitude scientific balloon carrying student science experiments, GPS trackers, weather sensors, and video cameras. Students had to get permission from the Federal Aviation Authority to launch the balloon.

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CSBR is a Proud Sponsor of the Rocky Mountain AIAA Annual Technical Symposium

Posted: Nov. 18, 2019

The American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) is the world’s largest technical society dedicated to the global aerospace profession. With more than 35,000 individual members worldwide, and 90 corporate members, AIAA brings together industry, academia, and government to advance engineering and science in aviation, space, and defense.

The Rocky Mountain Section represents over 1,200 of AIAA’s engineers and scientists in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana.

The goal of the Annual Technical Symposium, is to bring together the regional leaders, technical experts, and academia in the aerospace and aeronautics industry. ATS is a forum to help shape the future of the industry, a place for people in all stages of their career to gather, network, and collaborate. It is a place to learn a new process, gather inspiration, and make the connection to turn that inspiration into reality.

Now in its 8th year, ATS has continued the tradition of partnering with a university in the Rocky Mountain region to help incorporate the next generation of engineers. Prior university hosts have included; The University of Colorado, Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), MSU Denver, Colorado School of Mines, and UCCS.

November 19, 2019
University of Colorado Boulder
Register here


Notes from the Chair..

Posted: Nov. 5, 2019

Fall (and Winter) have visited us and we are in the last months of 2019. Colorado has been a shining star on the landscape of Aerospace. It is important to keep our pipeline strong on all fronts and being a support to all companies that make our ecosystem work.

The 2019 Innovation and Opportunity conference will be held in Aurora, Co on November 14 and 15 with a focus on providing assistance and how-to companies of all sizes in obtaining information about federal SBIR and STTR opportunities including organization such as DARPA and the NSF. There will also be opportunities to sit with corporate representatives - and CSBR member companies- from Lockheed Martin, Sierra Nevada Corporation, Raytheon , Ball and BoeingHorizonX. Emerging businesses can learn from the example of Colorado success companies such as Advanced Space. Not to mention a highlight of the Academic partnerships from University of Colorado Boulder.

Not to mention that I am super excited and honored to share the emcee role with NASA’s Art Maples this year! He is the Director of Strategic Partnerships in Colorado and a great part of our Colorado ecosystem. CSBR will be there, so stop by our table at some time during the two days to connect with us. Learn more about the Innovation and Opportunity Conference here:

In December, Colorado Space Business Roundtable will host its biggest event – The CSBR Round Up on Wednesday, December 4th at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. For the last 16 years, we have brought you insights and experts on the state of Aerospace in Colorado. This year will be no different and we highlight Colorado companies that are supporting the forthcoming missions back to the Moon – Artemis, and Mars and beyond. We hope you will join us on December 4th.

Colorado, we are on the move!

Alires Almon
Chair, Colorado Space Business Roundtable.


CSBR Roundup – Wednesday, December 4th at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science

Posted: Nov. 5, 2019


Apollo, Artemis and Beyond.

Each year, the Colorado space business community gathers for a one-day education, networking, and economic outlook event, called the Roundup. In our 16th year, we are looking toward the future. The theme this year is Apollo, Artemis, and Beyond; which reflects the progress made by the US in space travel and the renewed efforts to get back to the moon. The Roundup event features 4 panels focused on our new lunar astronauts, Back to the Moon - Technology, Infrastructure, Challenges, and Schedule, USA and the Space Station – US getting back to the space station, humans and cargo, and the Congressional Outlook on Space.


Registration is now open!
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A Colorado Success Story…Red Canyon Software

Posted: Nov. 5, 2019

 Space continues to be the final frontier. We are constantly discovering new research and development of technology to better understand the skies and galaxies. Barry Hamilton found his passion in this frontier by founding Red Canyon Engineering and Software. Here, he harnessed the opportunity to develop cutting-edge technology to help humankind explore space and other planets, as well as advanced renewable resources on Earth. 

With an entrepreneurial spirit, CEO and Co-Founder Barry Hamilton, found his start at Lockheed Martin before branching out to establish Red Canyon in 2000. The company began by providing expert software engineering services to Lockheed, then expanded by supporting other local customers and eventually grew to provide full life-cycle engineering services.

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