July 9th, 2014

Mars Attracts Boeing

Boeing and NASA employees recently partnered with academia to conduct early experiments on technologies that could eventually support life on Mars. The group traveled to a corner in southeastern Utah, right outside of Hanksville, Utah, to test out early solutions to potential problems.
“We’re doing some very interesting research,” said Alejandro Diaz, a Boeing senior engineer in Advanced Space Exploration, and the commander of the crew at the Mars Desert Research Station. “Not granted, we can’t simulate the gravity or atmosphere on Mars, but as far as a procedures stand point we do simulate what it might be like to live on Mars.”

August 20th, 2004

Project Prometheus Boeing

“Great Civilizations Do Great Things”

August 17th, 2004

Boeing to Design Guidance Parachute Technology for Mars Missions Boeing

Boeing has won a $1.5 million, three-year NASA Mars Technology Development contract to develop guidance parachute technology for future Mars missions. The contract award, which will be managed by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology, supports NASA’s Mars Exploration Program, an initiative to utilize cost effective innovations for precision entry, descent and landing. NASA’s proposed robotic Mars missions, using this parachute guidance technology, would be capable of landing on the surface of the planet within four kilometers (2.5 miles) of the target area. The technologies could also have applications for future manned Mars missions.

January 24th, 2004

CES – Crew Habitat Boeing

An artist

January 24th, 2004

Boeing Media of CES Boeing

Boeing has released artist concepts for various elements of Crew Exploration Vehicle (CES) hardware. These vehicles will support human missions to the Moon, Mars, and Near Earth Asteroids.

December 23rd, 2003

NASA Awards Boeing Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter Contract Extension Boeing

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has extended a contract to a Boeing-led [NYSE: BA] team to study development of a deep space exploration vehicle for the proposed Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than 2011. The Boeing Phantom Works-led engineering team that includes Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. and BWX Technologies Inc., is studying technology options for the reactor, power conversion, electric propulsion and other subsystems of the JIMO spacecraft meant to explore the Jovian moons Ganymede, Callisto and Europa. NASA plans to select an industry prime contractor in fall 2004 to work with JPL to develop, launch and operate the spacecraft.

September 24th, 2003

Boeing Selects Leader for Nuclear Space Systems Program Boeing

Boeing has selected Dr. Joe Mills to lead the company

July 29th, 2003

Boeing-Led Team to Study Nuclear-Powered Space Systems Boeing

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) has awarded a contract to a Boeing-led [NYSE: BA] team to study deep space propulsion systems for the Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) mission, scheduled to launch no earlier than 2011. JIMO would be the first space science mission in NASA’s Project Prometheus, a part of the space agency

July 10th, 2003

Boeing Sponsors High School Team At Mars Settlement Competition Boeing

Terraformers decked in space suits trekking across the desert sand on the Red Planet to reach a bio-domed habitat they call home seems more plausible for some these days. Especially for 96 high school teenagers who are using the successful NASA Mars missions for inspiration as they prepare for the 10th Annual International Space Settlement Design Competition at Kennedy Space Center, Fla. A team of students from Clear Creak High School is joining seven other high school finalist teams from Colorado, California, Florida, Texas, Maryland and Australia in a competition to design a Mar

July 1st, 2003

Boeing To Build Space-borne Power Generator Boeing

Boeing has been named by the Department of Energy (DOE) to lead in the creation of a next-generation power system for future Mars surface missions and the exploration of deep space. Boeing Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power in Canoga Park, Calif., is teamed with Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. to develop, qualify, and deliver electrical power generation systems for interplanetary missions and probes. The new compact power system, a multi-mission radioisotope thermoelectric generator (MMRTG), will provide unique in-space and planetary surface power capability.

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