CAPSTONE™ is a Culmination of Collaborative Community

CAPSTONE™ is a Culmination of Collaborative Community

Thank you to our CAPSTONE Mission Partners

As we count down to launch, we wanted to extend a thank you to everyone who has made this possible. While we take great pride in our team here at Advanced Space, we know it takes an industry built from the community we are part of. Today we highlight those who made this mission possible, and what their role is in CAPSTONE: (more…)

NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy along with U.S. Representatives Perlmutter and McNerney of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology visit Advanced Space

NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy along with U.S. Representatives Perlmutter and McNerney of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, & Technology visit Advanced Space

The CAPSTONE™ mission launching this month will test a unique orbit planned for human missions to the Moon.

Westminster, CO. (May 5, 2022) – Advanced Space LLC, the high-tech commercial aerospace company hosted NASA Deputy Administrator Pam Melroy, U.S. Representatives Ed Perlmutter and Jerry McNerney along with some staff members of the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology and Lt. Governor’s Chief of Staff today to celebrate the upcoming CAPSTONE™ mission heading to the Moon in May as a pathfinder for NASA. Advanced Space showcased their Colorado headquarters, the location of where the Mission Operations Center for their CAPSTONE mission.

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Main Engine Cutoff podcast hosts episode with Advanced Space about CAPSTONE™

Main Engine Cutoff podcast hosts episode with Advanced Space about CAPSTONE™

Brad Cheetham, our co-founder, CEO, and President of Advanced Space joins Anthony Colangelo of Main Engine Cutoff to talk about our upcoming CAPSTONE mission. They talk about how the mission came to be, what it’s been like working with NASA and the other partners on the mission, and then dive into the nerdy details of the trajectory it’s flying to the moon, the orbits it will operate in, how its autonomous positioning system works, and how it might be used in the future.

Honoring Veteran’s Day

Honoring Veteran’s Day

We honor and salute all those who have and continue to serve our country, Happy Veteran’s Day! We are proud that our work in the space industry can support those who serve to keep the country safe.

May we continue to work together to support the progress and our people. We see the continued brilliance through innovative technology and the endless possibilities as we collaborate creatively to develop and discover space for all. Thank you, Veterans, for the freedom to do so.

Seeing our flag held high, proud, and waving freely by this soldier at the recent Special Forces Foundation event is symbolic of the freedom each and every person in uniform defends. We are truly grateful for the freedom our Veterans allow us to enjoy. Thank you for your service.

Supporting the 2021 Special Operations Cup

Supporting the 2021 Special Operations Cup

Featured Image: Bradley Cheetham, Rex Laceby of Advanced Space and Ignacio Garza of the Special Forces Foundation proudly pose in front of the sponsorship banner for the Special Forces Foundation fundraiser supporting soldiers and families of combat wounded soldiers and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice of life.

There are days and moments that humble you and yesterday was one of those days. We were honored yesterday to support the Special Operations. Hearing and reading the phrase “Humans are more important than hardware.”  Often sacrifices are only attributed to the soldiers who serve the country through their military service, but yesterday reminded us that serving our country is also carried out by the families of soldiers – the moms, dads, children, parents and siblings, the Gold Star Families, who are also affected.

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