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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


The Daily Beacon - September 18, 2015

I am turning over a new leaf, or maybe I'm just experiencing a mid (college) life crisis. During the summer, I designed and tested a student organization for Volunteers looking to enter the space industry, and last... Read more

hankooki - August 23, 2015

지난달 23일(현지시간) 미국 항공우주국(NASA)은 은하수 너머에... Read more

La Gran Época - August 2, 2015

La industria espacial comercial ha tenido una mala racha. La dramática explosión del cohete Falcon 9 de SpaceX este 28 de junio -lanzado para entregar suministros a la Estación Espacial Internacional (ISS)- aumentó a tres las naves... Read more

The Commercial Space Blog - July 24, 2015

After years of steady, respectable growth hovering around 7% per annum, the global space industry appears to be on the cusp of a new era of rapid expansion in both capabilities and customers. At least those are... Read more

Washington Examiner - July 13, 2015

This year is a banner year for marking anniversaries of achievements in space. The first walk in space was 50 years ago in March, and 40 years ago this month, the Apollo-Soyuz mission brought two Cold War adversaries together. Read more