Ed’s number one aerospace priority is to secure a long-term plan from NASA to ensure it has the funding and resources necessary to land humans on Mars by 2033. This requires an all-hands-on-deck approach and will require new technologies and new capabilities we’ve only dreamed of which will create good-paying jobs and benefit us all back on Earth. Some of our nation’s other aerospace projects are being developed right here in Colorado including JPSS-1 and the GOES weather satellites to improve the accuracy of our weather forecasting models, The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) project to analyze Mars’ upper atmosphere, the Total Solar Irradiance Sensor (TSIS) to measure the sun’s energy, and Orion multipurpose crew vehicle which is going to take our astronauts deeper and farther into space than we have ever imagined are coming straight out of Colorado. Ed is working hard to advance several of these priorities vital for Colorado’s aerospace economy and space exploration in general.

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