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Marysville-based Gravitics paves new way for next generation space living

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MARYSVILLE—Startup companies are far from a foreign concept for the Seattle metro area but startups that manufacture space stations are few and far between. Gravitics, a Marysville-based startup manufacturing the next generation of spacecraft, hopes to forever change the landscape of orbital space travel by significantly cutting costs while offering more livable space for off-planet […]

Mukilteo-based Electroimpact seeking part-time and full-time interns

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MUKILTEO, Wash., September 20, 2023—Aerospace and automation manufacturer Electroimpact is now accepting full-time and part-time engineering interns at its Mukilteo location. If accepted, interns work closely alongside experienced engineers, actively contributing to both the design and assembly of the company’s cutting-edge equipment. Electroimpact internships serve a dual purpose: they offer exceptional learning opportunities while serving […]

Washington poised to be the next Silicon Valley of the space industry, it just needs workers

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KENT, Wash., July 6, 2023—Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) joined NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and several Washington space industry leaders at the Washington Space Summit on Wednesday, July 5, to discuss regional economic opportunities as the United States revamps its space program to return to the moon and beyond. Washington’s space industry has doubled in the […]

Larsen, Estes reintroduce legislation to protect and restore aerospace supply chain jobs

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By Joseph Tutino | Office of Congressman Rick Larsen For text of the Aviation Manufacturing Jobs Protection Act of 2021, click here. WASHINGTON, D.C., January 28, 2021 – Today, Reps. Rick Larsen (WA-02) and Ron Estes (KS-04) introduced bipartisan legislation to help prevent and recall aerospace supply chain furloughs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The […]

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