Companies included in the S-Network Space Index in the fourth-quarter 2021 analysis are shown here by national affiliation.
2021 analysis shows how strongly communications spacecraft deployments continued to dominate payload launches.
This chart shows how space companies included in the S-Network Space Index in Q3 2021 are represented by nation.
The S-Network Space Index℠ tracks a global portfolio of publicly traded companies that are active in space-related businesses such as . . .
Barring schedule slips, a half dozen of the most powerful telescopes ever imagined will launch this decade. The most notable, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, is set to launch Dec. 18, 2021, kicking off a new era of cosmology . . .
The global space economy reached a new high of nearly $447 billion in 2020, an increase of 4.4% from a revised 2019 figure of $428 billion. The 2020 figure is 50% greater than a decade ago, and 176% greater than . . .
At the end of Q2, U.S.-listed companies comprised 77.35% of the weight of the overall index, with France in second place at 9.94%, followed by Canada at 4.98%, Japan at 3.99%, the Netherlands at 2.62%, and Italy at 1.12%. Israel is not formally included because Gilat (4.5% of the index weight) is listed on Israeli and U.S. exchanges, and the U.S. listing is used for the index due to higher trading activity.
Since Yuri Gagarin’s orbital flight around the Earth in April 1961, humans in pioneering new technologies and pushing the limits of what’s considered possible. This year ushered in a new era of human spaceflight when SpaceX became the first . . .
Spacecraft deployment numbers rose by five in 2019, increasing slightly to 466 spacecraft deployments last year. While deployments moved up, space vehicle launch attempts decreased from 114 in 2018 to 103 in 2019. The difference between. . .