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A domestic space capability, Boyce says, could open opportunities for Australia to capture part of the exploding space market, which generated an estimated US$

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One possible reason ISRO seems to be on the up and up could come from the growing market for space in general. A 2015 report from the Space Foundation estimated


2017

One Million by One Million Blog - September 15, 2017

According to a report by the Space Foundation, the global space market was worth $329 billion in 2016 with commercial space activities accounting for 76% of the spend. Los Angeles-based Rocket... Read more

San Francisco Chronicle - August 31, 2017

Patrick Bahn believes it doesn’t take rocket science to see the potential for riches in space. But he knows reaching for the skies will require... Read more

Defense One - August 23, 2017

The U.S. Army is growing its small force of space operators and enablers, building a Space Cadre of soldiers who understand how to work in space and integrate it into land operations, even as a contentious proposal to... Read more

Aerospace America - August 21, 2017

When an Indonesian bank wanted to provide secure online banking to its customers across more than 13,000 islands, it launched its own communications satellite into geosynchronous orbit last... Read more

San Francisco Chronicle - August 14, 2017

To see the next frontier for food, you may want to look to the stars. With humans now hoping to establish colonies on the moon, on Mars and in the stars beyond, researchers are focusing on... Read more