Commercial Infrastructure and Support Industries
A flurry of military and intelligence satellite launches by rival powers this month came as the United States and two dozen partner nations wrapped up the largest global space defense wargame in history.
Russia launched what some leaders have described as a spy satellite for Iran and its own on-orbit snooping satellite Cosmos-2558, which is circling Earth in an orbit conspicuously close to a recently launched U.S. National Reconnaissance Office satellite, a Netherlands researcher confirmed.
NASA says its Artemis I flight set to launch as soon as late August will be an uncrewed lunar fly-by.
The Paris-based European Space Agency would beg to differ. Shaun is leaving the happy confines of Mossy Bottom Farm to lead the flight around the Moon, an agency press release announced.
Space insurance claims in 2021 fell to one of the lowest levels in the past two decades.
At the end of 2020, more communications satellites orbited the Earth than all communications satellites deployed during the previous 10 years. Operators deployed more than. . .
Share price performance of our core satellite and space index, which includes 27 publicly traded space companies, was up . . .
Satellite and space transactional activity experienced a notable drop in the second quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. The decline in April and May 2020 volumes was pronounced, with the principal drivers of this decrease being . . .
As readers review the data within the spacecraft section of the Quarter 1 2018 issue of The Space Report, they will probably notice that one company keeps showing up as a significant contributor in the industry of spacecraft manufacturing and operations…
In 2017, commercial infrastructure and support industries generated $95.87 billion in revenue, 7.5% more than 2016. This category focuses on hardware and services provided by the private sector to enable the development, launch, and successful operation of commercial space assets. It includes . . .
In 2017, there were 91 launch attempts, 85 of which were successful. Launches procured by commercial satellite operators accounted for . . .