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Super rich individuals, private equity funds, angel networks, and venture capital investment firms are amongst those who are investing in the commercial space sector in 2018. Who will win? Who will find themselves out-of-pocket and who will continue to stay on board to enjoy the ride at someone else’s expense? Now is the time to place your bets…
Everyone has seen tv news stories about NASA, ESA and even SpaceX – and to a lesser degree online stories about Blue Origin, Bigelow and many others. But how do the hundreds of smaller space organizations generate industry coverage, let alone mainstream publicity? Here we meet some of the most influential journalists who spread the word about space firms, large and small…
Having announced this week the launch of Virgin Orbit, it seems that Virgin Galactic are making progress in their mission of becoming one of the leading space organizations to offer regular commercial space flight experiences to the general public. This will be a huge achievement for a relatively young space company that was founded in
According to a report released by London Economics this month, the UK space sector has been experiencing strong growth over the past two decades, reaching an average annual growth of 8.8 % a year since 2000. This steady growth has seen the turnover of the industry reach about £11.8 billion per year, making it one of
Until a few years ago, most of the space activities were funded and managed by governments around the world, with the most prominent ones being the US and Russian governments. However, as we have seen over the past few years, there has been a steady rise of private space companies that are independent of governments,