Interactive Tables and Charts

Data Economy

Global Military vs. Civil Government Space Spending, 2011-2020

Notably, military space spending in 2020, estimated at US$31.4 billion, constituted the smallest share of global government space spending in a decade – only 35%. This figure marks a reduction from 2019, wherein the $34.6 billion spent globally constituted 38% of government space spending. U.S. military space spending increased by 6.1% in 2020, reaching a new height of $26.6 billion and comprising more than 80% of global military space spending for the first time since 2011.

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Rate of Change in Non-U.S. Government Space Spending, 2011-2020

Non-U.S. military space was funded at less than half the level it had been in 2019, according to a country-level analysis of six nations spread across four continents: Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Japan, and Nigeria. This drop in investment suggests that, for many countries, military space takes a back seat to civil space ambitions and emergency relief for terrestrial disasters such as the coronavirus for many countries.

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JAXA Budget 2004-2021

An annual budget for the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). This chart spans 2004 through 2021 including the initial budget as well as the supplemental budget.

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2015 – NASA Contract and Assistance Awards by State

NASA provides funding through a NASA financial assistance program, contracts, and grants. This 2015 map of the United States shows which states were awarded money including how much. The amounts are in USDollars from 10M to 50M all the way up to 1B or more. … All NASA awards must state a budget period and period of performance.

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