Report from Headquarters

Space Foundation Welcomes Three New Corporate Members

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Space Foundation Welcomes Three New Corporate Members Braxton Technologies, L-3 Communications and Orbit Logic, Incorporated, have joined the ranks of more than 90 Space Foundation Corporate Members this month. The growing list of supporters can be viewed at

Based in Colorado, Braxton Technologies offers a wide variety of products and professional services for government and commercial applications. The Global Positioning System (GPS) Program’s launch, early-orbit, operations, and disposal command and control functions are currently performed by Braxton’s ACE Premier™ product suite. The ACE Premier™ architectural framework provides an infrastructure of configurable applications, tools, and simulators that dramatically reduce cost and accelerate deployment of command and control systems.

Headquartered in New York, L-3 Communications is a prime contractor in Command, Control and Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C³ISR), Government Services, Aircraft Modernization and Maintenance (AM&M) and has the broadest base of specialized products in the industry. L-3 is also a major provider of homeland defense products and services for a variety of emerging markets.

Since 2000, Orbit Logic, Incorporated, located in Greenbelt, Md., has been a leader in advanced mission planning and scheduling solutions. Orbit Logic’s configurable STK/Scheduler product is the most widely applied COTS scheduling tool in the aerospace industry today. In addition, their operationally proven software optimizes mission scheduling and resource assignment for missions ranging from space science and satellite earth imaging to ground processing and personnel shift planning.

Strategically, this is an excellent time to become a supporter! For information regarding the Space Foundation’s Corporate Membership program, contact Mindy Carroll at [email protected] or 719-576-8000.

This article is part of Space Watch: June 2009 (Volume: 8, Issue: 6).