Vector Space, a manufacturer of micro-satellites, plans to build 76,000 square feet in Tucson by 2018 and bring around 200 jobs to the community. The company builds small satellites to launch into space. According to CEO Jim Cantrell, there are multiple applications for these satellites including research on the atmosphere and mapping with Google. Vector’s plant will be located near the controversial World View workplace in the county’s Aerospace, Defense and Technology Business and Research Park. What do you think about Vector’s presence in Tucson? Read the full article here.