Orbital ATK's ESPAStar at 1:20 scale. The ESPAStar platform provides a modular infrastructure resource for hosting technology development and operational payloads.
An aluminum cryogenic tank at the Spincraft/Standex Engineering Technologies Group booth.
A symposium attendee prepares to go sideways in Lockheed Martin's Space Cafe.
Looks like zero gravity in Lockheed Martin's sideways Space Cafe.
Raytheon’s multi-domain command and control demonstration uses augmented reality to show concepts of automation, machine learning and analytic tools that will help battlefield commanders be connected to the future force and make warfighting decisions faster.
A model of the compact LM1000 for long endurance missions — part of Lockheed Martin's new lineup of satellite buses.
At the AGI booth: "If we're not going faster than the threat, then it's wrong." — Gen. John Hyten, USAF
A model: Dream Chaser is a spacecraft from Sierra Nevada Corp. that will bring cargo to the International Space Station in the 2020s.
AGI's rapid CubeSat design lab. A CubeSat is a miniaturized satellite made up of multiples of 10×10×10cm (3.93in) cubic units. Used for space research, CubeSats have a mass of no more than 1.33 kilograms (2.93lb) per unit.
Boeing's exhibit gives attendees a look inside the Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 Starliner spacecraft.
The 'Packing For Space' display at the NASA booth.
Watching the action at Lockheed Martin's exhibit.
Champagne and light-up leis at the opening of the Ball Aerospace Exhibit Hall and Pavilion.
A model in the booth showing Maxar's next-generation WorldView Legion satellite imaging constellation.
Attendees share their "zero gravity" photos at Lockheed Martin's sideways Space Cafe.
Learn more about the Space Symposium in the April 20 edition of the Business Journal.