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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


Hawai'i Public Radio - February 16, 2017

A U.S. research group called the Space Foundation says the worldwide space business is worth more than $320 billion with commercial space enterprises making up about... Read more


Bloomberg - November 29, 2016

...countries have, are developing or are planning to host spaceports for orbital or suborbital launches, the Colorado-based nonprofit Space Foundation said in its 2016 Space Report. Read more

EIN News - September 28, 2016

...increasing global access to space-enabled applications, such as imaging, maritime automatic identification systems, weather, and the Internet. The Space Foundation’s latest annual report stated that the global "space economy" in 2015 was $... Read more

San Francisco Chronicle - August 29, 2016 startups developing and launching small satellites weighing 22 pounds or less. About 48 percent of the 262 spacecraft launched in 2015 were these so-called nano-satellites, or CubeSats, according to Read more

San Francisco Chronicle - August 24, 2016

Facebook’s first satellite, which would beam Internet service from space to unconnected residents of Africa, is scheduled to blast off Sept. 3 aboard a rocket launched by... Read more