A Prominent Aerospace Company Says It's Laying Off People in New Mexico
Virgin Galactic, a prominent aerospace company in eastern Kern, California, recently announced significant workforce reductions at its Mojave operations. This decision, outlined in a letter to local officials dated November 8, involves permanently laying off 78 employees, including technicians, project managers, and engineers across four Mojave locations. These layoffs represent about 42% of the company's total workforce reduction.
Boeing's Rollercoaster Ride: 19 Quarters of Struggles, Yet Stock Soars
In the world of aviation giants, Boeing has been experiencing a turbulent journey, with results that have continuously fallen short of expectations for the past 19 quarters. It's astonishing how, despite this streak of less-than-stellar performance, Boeing's stock has managed to defy gravity. The company's third-quarter report, although wider-than-expected losses, was, interestingly, a cause for optimism among investors.
NASA Backpedals Closing Transparency Gap by Announcing Mark McInerney as UAP Director
On 14 September 2023, NASA held a press conference to announce it's report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAP. During that meeting, they announced they were appointing a new director of UAP at NASA, and they cited security and safety concerns together with the harrassment of the UAP study team members via social media that occurred over the last year as their reason for not disclosing the name of the director. They were heavily questioned for not doing so at the hearing because of their stated committment to full, public transparency, which was reaffirmed by NASA director, Bill Nelson, in his comments at the recent hearing.
NASA Study of Unclassified Data Says UAP Not ET But They Don't Know What They Are
NASA published its year-long study report of unclassified data, announcing that they have found no evidence that Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena (UAP) are extraterrestrial in nature. However, the NASA panel announcing the information via livestream on 14 September 2023 also stated that they do not know what UAP are. They reaffirmed that they're examining unclassified UAP data with the scientific method and a wish to remove the stigma and sensationalism from the topic.
Air Force chooses Long Beach startup for $235 million new prototype aircraft project
This article may contain AI-assisted content. On Aug. 16, 2023, the Department of the Air Force announced its selection of JetZero for the Blended Wing Body (BWB) prototype aircraft project. While the idea of the BWB has existed for several years, advancements in areas such as structural design, materials technology, and manufacturing have recently paved the way for its large-scale production.
Are You Watching These Aerospace Stocks?
Based on the information Stock Region obtained from various sources, here are five aerospace stocks with significant market capitalization, profitability, low debt, high cash flows, and dividends for 2024:
Now Hiring: Exciting Engineering Opportunities at this Local Company
Honeybee Robotics, a renowned company specializing in the development of groundbreaking robotics for space exploration and utilization, is inviting talented individuals to join their esteemed team.
Renewable energy, aerospace top agenda for Polis trip to Japan
A rendering of Denver-based Starfire Energy's Rapid Ramp ammonia synthesis system.Photo byCourtesy Starfire Energy. (Denver, Colo.) Ammonia isn’t just a cleaning product. The molecule is also a fuel source that emits no carbon dioxide because it only contains nitrogen and hydrogen atoms. The fuel, which is cheaper to transport and store than pure hydrogen, holds promise for decarbonizing the global shipping industry.
Allen County Teen Earns Solo Flight Wings at Civil Air Patrol Glider Academy
Cadet 2nd Lt. Parker Lewis in glider cockpitSoutheast Glider Academy Staff. BOWLING GREEN, KY–Civil Air Patrol Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Parker Lewis, a rising homeschooled 10th grader from Allen County completed his 1st solo glider flight last week at the Southeast Region Glider Flight Academy in Tullahoma, TN.
Lone Tree enters space race with astronaut training facility
A rendering of the STAR HARBOR campus in Lone Tree.Business Wire. (Lone Tree, Colo.) A 53-acre campus and training center for commercial astronaut training, space workforce development and technology programs will open by 2026 in Lone Tree.
300% increase in demand makes Denver a top 10 data center market
(İsmail Enes Ayhan on Unsplash) (Denver, Colo.) Driven by demand from the aerospace, defense and financial services sectors, Denver ranked among the top 10 most active U.S. markets for data center leasing in 2021, according to areport from CBRE.