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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine Hosting Conference to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing on July 15th

Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator and 2019 Wash100 Award recipient, will host a media teleconference on Monday, July 15th at 1 p.m. EDT to celebrate the 50th anniversary of astronauts first walking on the Moon in 1969, which is regarded as one of humanity’s greatest achievements. 

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U.S. Army Research Lab Awards 3D Systems $15M Contract to Develop World’s Largest, Fastest Metal Powder 3D Printer

3D Systems announced on Thursday that the Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory (ARL) has awarded the company a $15 million contract to create the largest and fastest metal 3D printer in the world.

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Jacobs Completes Successful AA-2 Flight Test for NASA’s Artemis Moon Program; Steve Arnette Quoted

In support of NASA, Jacobs has completed a full-stress flight test of the Orion spacecraft’s Launch Abort System (LAS) amd verified that the system can steer the spacecraft and astronauts aboard to safety in an emergency, the company reported Tuesday

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Maxar Technologies Teams with West Virginia Robotic Technology Center to Work on Robotic On-Orbit Assembly Program; Mike Gold Quoted

Maxar Technologies announced on Tuesday that the company is teaming with the West Virginia Robotic Technology Center (WVRTC) to build and fly “Dragonfly,” a trail-blazing robotic in-space assembly system, and support a wide variety of innovative capabilities contributing to science, exploration and commercial development.

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Maxar Technologies’ High-Power Communications Satellite Built for Intelsat Arrives at Launch Base

Maxar Technologies’ Intelsat 39 geosynchronous communications satellite has completed its final delivery checkouts at the company’s manufacturing facility in Palo Alto, California and has safely arrived at the Arianespace launch base in Kourou, French Guiana. 

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AECOM to Spin Off John Vollmer-Led Management Services Business

The board of directors at AECOM approved the company's plan to separate its management services group as a new publicly traded company to primarily serve national government clients. AECOM said Monday that it expects to complete the spinoff in the second half of its 2020 fiscal year and retain John Vollmer, the segment's president and a 2019 Wash100 winner, along with the current management team in the leadership of the future independent company.

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