Report from Headquarters

2009 Space Foundation Corporate Members

Written by: developer

Thank you to all of our 2009 Corporate Members! Corporate Membership with the Space Foundation places companies in the presence of industry giants and other successful, growing companies in the space industry. Space Foundation corporate members benefit from advance notice of Foundation event sponsorship and business opportunities, preferential exhibit hall positioning, reduced exhibit booth rates, complimentary event registrations and much more.

The Space Foundation serves its Corporate Members by developing innovative programs and activities that can benefit the individual company as well as the industry in general. We also work closely with our members in developing and promoting space awareness and educational initiatives that benefit all people. Input and expertise from our member companies have been invaluable in making our industry programs a success.

The membership program is always evolving as we hope to consistently improve the benefits and services we provide you. As a reminder, corporate membership includes tactical benefits such as discounts and preferential consideration ahead of non-member companies for available business development opportunities.

If you would like to become a Corporate Member, or for additional information regarding the current program, please contact Mindy Carroll at [email protected] or 850.926.0222.

Member levels* are:

  • Platinum member – $35K+
  • Sustaining member – $25K+
  • Contributing member – $15K+
  • Partner – $10K+
  • Patron – under $10K

*Membership level is based on several factors. Once a membership application is received, Space Foundation staff will suggest the appropriate level for your company.

Direct links to the following Space Foundation Corporate Member companies can be found at

Platinum Members
General Dynamics
Lockheed Martin
Mannheim Steamroller
Northrop Grumman

Sustaining Members
Aerojet Corporation
United Space Alliance

Contributing Members
AMERICOM Government Services
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Booz Allen Hamilton
EADS Astrium
Integral Systems, Inc.
Orbital Sciences Corporation
Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
URS, EG&G Division

a.i. Solutions
The Aerospace Corporation
Arianespace, Inc.
ASRC Federal Holding Company
Aviation Week
BAE Systems
Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.
CEAVCO Audio Visual Co., Inc.
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Computer Sciences Corporation
GE Johnson Construction Company
Goodrich Optical and Space Systems
Harris Corporation
Holland & Hart, LLP
Intelsat General Corporation
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab
Moog, Inc.
MicroSat Systems, Inc.
Scitor Corporation
Space Florida
Space News
TGV Rockets
United Launch Alliance

AFM Inc.
Alcon, Inc.
Andrews Space, Inc.
ARES Corporation
Axiom Worldwide
Barrios Technology
The Carpet and Rug Institute
Chiropractic Leadership Alliance
Colorado Space Coalition
CSP Associates, Inc.
Deeya Energy
Eagle Eyes Optics
Eagle Shield Incorporated
Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast
EcoQuest International
EMS Technologies
Exostrategies, Inc.
Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce
Hitachi Consulting
Infinite Links
ISDR Consulting, LLC
ManTech International Corporation
The MITRE Corporation
Near Earth, LLC
Outlast Technologies, Inc.
QinetiQ North America
Rex Gauge Company, Inc.
School of Systems and Enterprises at Stevens Institute of Technology
SEAKR Engineering, Inc.
Spincraft, Inc.
Stellar Solutions
Universal Space Network
WP Aerospace
The X-1R Corporation


This article is part of Space Watch: February 2009 (Volume: 8, Issue: 2).

Posted in Report from Headquarters