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Blue Canyon Technologies, a Raytheon Technologies subsidiary, has set up a new CubeSat factory in Boulder, Colorado, where it plans to increase annual miniaturized satellite production to 85 units. The small satellite manufacturer will utilize the 31,000-square-foot facility to integrate and scale efforts to help customers establish expansive spacecraft constellations for their missions, Raytheon Intelligence & […] More
Blue Canyon Technologies, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, provided hardware for a SpaceX-launched mission that brought nine small satellites to orbit. BCT said Wednesday it supplied XACT and FleXcore attitude control systems, as well as reaction wheels, for five microsats and four CubeSats as part of the Transporter-3 mission in January. The company now has […] More
Blue Canyon Technologies, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, has secured a $14.6 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to develop and demonstrate a small satellite bus for operations beyond geosynchronous Earth orbit. The contractor will build a satellite capable of operating and maneuvering for up to three years in orbits beyond GEO under the […] More
NASA has received a six-unit miniature satellite Blue Canyon Technologies built for a mission to investigate the feasibility of autonomous spacecraft swarm operations in low-Earth orbit. The shipment to the agency’s Ames Research Center in California was the first of four CubeSats to be used on the Starling technology demonstration effort, Blue Canyon said Wednesday. […] More
TYSONS CORNER, VA, June 24, 2021 — Blue Canyon Technologies, a subsidiary of Raytheon Technologies, has promoted Stephen Steg to the role of CEO of the small satellite and mission services provider, replacing George Stafford, GovCon Wire reported June 9. “His expertise in the business of small-satellite systems and technologies will be invaluable to the […] More

Roy Azevedo, president of the intelligence and space unit at Raytheon Technologies and two-time Wash100 Award recipient, said the company employs professionals across Washington, D.C. who support operations and programs via telework or on-site work. "We continue to be focused in the D.C. market, not just for employees that we are able to offer teleworking flexibility, but also we're still hiring on every element of engineering," Azevedo told the Washington Business Journal in an interview.

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