Boeing [NYSE: BA] will highlight a diverse portfolio of innovative, affordable and integrated technology solutions for space and security at the 30th annual Space Symposium.
Boeing's capabilities address needs ranging from support for the next generation of human space exploration to satellites that improve national security, scientific missions and global communications. The symposium is May 19-22 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo.
During the symposium, Boeing will showcase its Crew Space Transportation, designed as a next-generation transport for crew and cargo to low-Earth-orbit destinations such as the International Space Station. A full-scale model of the CST-100 capsule will be on display in Booth 108.
At Booth 200, Boeing will feature its work for NASA's Space Launch System, the heavy-lift rocket designed to support human exploration in deep space. Boeing is the prime contractor for the launch vehicle’s cryogenic stages, as well as development of the avionics suite.
This booth will also include a full-scale model of Boeing’s new 502 Phoenix small satellite, along with models of other innovative Boeing satellite systems and advanced communications capabilities.
Source: The Boeing Company (NYSE: BA)
Date: May 15, 2014