Ball Aerospace’s Makenzie Lystrup Elected as American Science Org Fellow

Makenzie Lystrup
Makenzie Lystrup

Makenzie Lystrup, Ball Aerospace’s vice president and general manager for civil space, has been inducted as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Lystrup’s appointment recognizes her work in a variety of fields such as planetary science, infrared astronomy and aerospace sector leadership, Ball Aerospace said Tuesday.

“We are honored that Makenzie is being recognized for her substantial contributions to the advancement of science and her service to the scientific community,” said Robert Strain, president at Ball Aerospace.

Her work supports Ball’s scientific deliveries in areas of astrophysics, astronomy and other space studies, Strain added.

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