Tag Archives: The Space Economy

U.S. perception of China’s commercial space sector

Lost Without Translation - Identifying Gaps in U.S. Perceptions of the Chinese Commercial Space Sector

In November of last year SpaceQ began a new feature on China's space economy with the first part of a two part podcast. Part of the goal of our coverage is to discern the differences between the Chinese commercial space sector compared to its western counterparts. Today, a new paper by the Secure World Foundation and the Caelus Foundation discusses U.S. perceptions on this topic …

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New methodology sees significant jump in value of the space economy in Euroconsult’s 2020 report

Euroconsult Space Economy Report 2020

Before the holidays I wrote a story on what is the size of the global space economy. That story included a video with Euroconsult's Nathan de Ruiter discussing their Space Economy Report 2019. I knew at the time that a new report was forthcoming. What I didn't know was that the report would see the value of the space economy jump from US$298 to US$385 …

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The Lunar VIPER rover and the space economy

NASA lunar VIPER rover

NASA’s Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover, known as the VIPER rover, is a precursor science mission for the Artemis program. It is scheduled to be delivered to the surface of the Moon in December 2022. It’s also important to the space economy.

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