Lockheed Martin Astronautics, Denver

The main site for Lockheed Martin's Astronautics division is a 5,400-acre industrial site, with numerous production, test, and space simulation facilities, and over 70 laboratories. The Astronautics division designs and manufactures space launch vehicles, such as Titan and Atlas rockets; satellites, for communications and defense; and space probes, such as the Mars probe it built for the 1996 Jet Propulsion Lab Mars mission. Astronautics' administrative headquarters is five miles away at a 1,060-acre office complex called the Deer Creek Facility.