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Eight People Renewed To CSBR This Past Week!

Posted: December 18, 2018

CSBR would like to thank all of the following people and group for renewing their CSBR Membership this past week! Thank you for joining us for another year.


  • Rachel Cheetham - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Bryan Helgesen - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Anna Kelley - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • John Roth - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Kimberly Schwandt - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Mary Serafin - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Mark Sirangelo - Sierra Nevada Corporation

  • Sierra Nevada Corporation

Remember -- you can search all CSBR members on the website.

Nasa’s OSIRIS-Rex Probe Discovers Water on Asteroid Bennu

Posted: December 13, 2018

Nasa’s Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) asteroid-hunting mission has discovered water on the asteroid Bennu.

Data sent by the space agency’s first asteroid sample return mission has shown that water is locked inside the clays of Bennu.

The data was transmitted by OSIRIS-REx’s two spectrometers, the OSIRIS-REx Visible and Infrared Spectrometer (OVIRS) and the OSIRIS-REx Thermal Emission Spectrometer (OTES), to the Nasa team handling the mission on Earth.

It was revealed that molecules containing oxygen and hydrogen atoms, known as ‘hydroxyls’, exist on Bennu.

Nasa believes that hydroxyls are present in water-bearing clay minerals across Bennu, which means that the asteroid’s rocky material came into contact with water at some point.

Bennu is, however, too small to accommodate liquid water, but the latest data show that it existed at some time on its parent body, which is a much larger asteroid.

Nasa Goddard Space Flight Center OVIRS deputy instrument scientist Amy Simon said: “The presence of hydrated minerals across the asteroid confirms that Bennu, a remnant from early in the formation of the solar system, is an excellent specimen for the OSIRIS-REx mission to study the composition of primitive volatiles and organics.

“When samples of this material are returned by the mission to Earth in 2023, scientists will receive a treasure trove of new information about the history and evolution of our solar system.”

OSIRIS-REx is currently conducting a preliminary survey of the asteroid by flying itself in passes over the asteroid’s equator, north and south poles at ranges around 7km to better calculate the asteroid’s mass.

Launched in September 2016, OSIRIS-REx is scheduled to perform its first orbital insertion on 31 December.

The spacecraft is expected to remain in orbit until it exits to begin another series of flybys for its next round of survey next February.

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Thank You For a Successful Roundup!

Posted: December 13, 2018

CSBR would like to thank everyone involved for making the 15th Annual Colorado Space Business Roundup a huge success on December 5, 2018! We had nearly 300 guests join us and over 30 sponsors who made the day possible. 

We would also like to extend a huge thank you to our Keynote Speaker, General Major John Shaw. He gave a wonderful presentation over the lunch hour.

Finally, thank you to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science for hosting us again this year!

Click here to view the photo album from the Roundup.

Thank You To 2018 CSBR Roundup Sponsors!




Lockheed Martin Space


Space Foundation



The Boeing Company

General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems

Jeff Co Economic Development

Secure World Foundation 

University of Colorado, AeroSpace Ventures Office

Wings Over the Rockies



ADK Consulting & Executive Search


Colorado Air and Space Port

Colorado Space Coalition 

Holland & Hart

Northrop Grumman

Sierra Nevada Corporation





Ball Aerospace
Belcan, LLC
Burns & McDonnell
The CPI Group
Critical Path IP Law
Merrick & Company
M.J. Smith and Associates
MSU Denver - Aviation and Aerospace Department
OneWorld InfoTech
Red Canyon Software
Teledyne Brown Engineering
US ProTech. Inc.


Deadline For Advertising In January 's Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine Is December 15

Posted: December 13, 2018

The first ever Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine is finally here and we need your support! The monthly e-magazine is free for all educators, students, and parents and is just for Colorado. View the June, July, and August STEM Magazines. 

There are opportunities for content submission and advertising. The Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine will go out in January, 2019. Advertisements must be submitted to [email protected] no later than December 15, 2018.

Sponsorship Available:

$1,100/year - One Full page of advertising space each month and content submission (savings of $1,300!)

Month-to-month: $200/full page advertisement or $100/half page advertisement. 

Interested in a sponsorship? Have more questions? Email: [email protected]

Become A Sponsor


Thanks To Our Current Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine Sponsors

Posted: December 13, 2018

The CO Aerospace STEM Magazine would not be possible without the help from our sponsors! 

Click here to view most recent issues of the Colorado Aerospace STEM Magazine


Current Sponsors:


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