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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


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Emirates 24|7 - July 31, 2016

...Abu Dhabi, will be a significant global platform for emerging space programmes to connect, collaborate and engage with the international space business community. According to The Space Foundation, the global space industry... Read more

The Morning Consult - July 25, 2016

The growth of the space economy is an incredible success story. New companies like SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Orbital ATK are revolutionizing space launch services. Last year, the Space Foundation Read more

Institutional Investor - July 3, 2016

That universe has expanded significantly in recent years. The space industry’s annual revenue grew nearly 9 percent in 2014, to $329 billion, according to the Colorado Springs–based nonprofit Space Foundation. Although the sector... Read more

TheStreet - July 1, 2016

From the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth to the dozens of new companies promising space tourism, it is fair to say that the future of space travel has been annexed by the commercial sector. The private and commercial space industries grew by... Read more

The Wall Street Journal - June 22, 2016

India on Wednesday put 20 satellites into the Earth’s orbit, including 17 from foreign countries, a record number for its space agency as it seeks to become a low-cost and reliable choice for launches. The successful mission by... Read more