Aerospace and Defense Companies Involved in NASA Artemis 1 Launch into Space

NASA has set a two-hour launch window on November 16 for its Artemis 1 launch from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Weather conditions were 90 percent favorable late Monday. The unmanned launch will be the first of NASA’s Artemis missions that seek to bring astronauts back to the moon for the first time since 1972. The goal is to establish a presence there before sending people to Mars. Major companies from the defense and space sectors are deeply involved … Continue reading “Aerospace and Defense Companies Involved in NASA Artemis 1 Launch into Space”

Sypris Wins Deep Space Program Contract For Spacecraft

Sypris $SPR continues to establish itself in the space race by winning a contract for deep space program electronic assemblies for power management and other Systems. The spacecraft is designed to serve as the exploration vehicle that will carry the crew to space, provide emergency abort capability, sustain missions and provide safe re-entry from deep space return velocities.

ARK Space Exploration and Innovation ETF Launches

ARK Invest launched it’s first ETF in two years on Tuesday. ARK Space Exploration, which will trade under $ARKX top two holdings are Trimble and another Ark fund called the 3D Printing ETF $PRNT with weights of 8.6% and 6%. Other large stakes include Kratos Defense and Security Solutions $KTOS, L3Harris Technologies $LHC and JD.com $JD.

Boeing Earnings Beat and Raise Outlook Despite Changing Geopolitical Climate

Boeing, the world’s largest aerospace company reported better than expected third quarter earnings and raised guidance before the market open Wednesday. $BA had been benefiting more than most from the Trump Administration.

Honeywell Raise Guidance on Aerospace Strength and Improved Margins

Industrial and aerospace heavyweight Honeywell $HON reported better than expected earnings on Friday before the market opened and also raised guidance.  Honeywell re-confirmed it would split two noncore units into separate publicly traded companies by years end.

Boeing, SpaceX & Lockheed Launch Satellite 2018 Conference

The space industry continues to evolve with more private sector investment. At Satellite 2018 in Washington D.C runs this year hear from Boeing $BA, Lockheed Martin $LMT, Airbus $EADSY, Virgin Orbit, Blue Origin, NASA and SpaceX  SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket delivered the ABS 3A and EUTELSAT 115 West B satellites to a supersynchronous transfer orbit, launching from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station via SpaceX Where: March 12 – 15, 2018 Walter E. Washington Convention Center, … Continue reading “Boeing, SpaceX & Lockheed Launch Satellite 2018 Conference”

Boeing $BA Raises Earnings Outlook on Higher Defense & Aerospace Revenue

Boeing $BA reported better than expected third quarter earnings, beating expectations and raising guidance before the market open Wednesday. Boeing has been the best performing Dow stock in 2017 and has benefited more than most from the Trump Administration.

Honeywell $HON Beat Earnings, Raised Guidance on Aerospace Strength

Industrial and aerospace heavyweight Honeywell $HON reported better than expected earnings on Friday before the market opened and reffirmed guidance.  Just last week Honeywell confirmed it would split two noncore units into separate publicly traded companies by years end.