What Next? The New Space Revolution

What Next? New Space Revolution. Credit: Shutterstock.

This the sixth and final installment of the this series on the New Space Revolution.  If you have not read the previous articles you may want to do that as they will provide useful context for this one.  Over the course of this series I have talked about how the advent of new space companies based on a new business model that was made possible by a combination of dramatically falling launch costs combined with dramatically increasing ability to produce more and more capable satellites in smaller and smaller packages.

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About Iain Christie

Founder and CEO at SideKickSixtyFive Consulting and host of the Terranauts podcast. Iain is a seasoned business executive with deep understanding of the space business and government procurement policy. Iain worked for 22 years at Neptec including as CEO. He was a VP at the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada, is a mentor at the Creative Destruction Lab and a visiting professor at the University of Ottawa's Telfer School of Management.