Andrews Space Selected As Marshall Space Flight Center’s Woman Owned Business Of The Year
SEATTLE, Nov. 26, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) — Andrews Space announced today that it was selected as NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center’s Woman Owned Business of the Year. Andrews has also recently won several NASA contracts, including one to define a vision and architecture for human missions to the Moon and exploration of Mars including the Crew Exploration Vehicle (CEV), as well as a Small Business Innovation Research grant to design and flight-test a Variable Drag Ballute.
Andrews Space is a team member with the Marshall Space Flight Center in defining and developing new space transportation and access to space technology. Because of their significant involvement, Marshall has selected Andrews Space Inc. as the Center’s “Woman Owned Business of the Year.”
The company’s CEO Marian Joh said, “We’re thrilled to be selected for such an honor and look forward to playing a significant role in helping to shape NASA’s future and the future of space transportation.”
About the Company
Andrews Space is a privately held company developing new and innovative space transportation solutions for government and commercial markets. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Andrews’ technical competencies include product/system development, space system design, propulsion system design, systems engineering and business analysis. To learn more, please visit: www.andrews-space.com.
Mission: Andrews Space will be a catalyst in the development, exploration and commercialization of emerging space markets by providing innovative, entrepreneurial aerospace solutions to our commercial, civil and military customers.
CONTACT: Andrews Space, Inc. John Bernie Media Contact (206) 342-9934 email@example.com
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