Space Force Unveils Antisatellite Weapons Program, Reserve Branch Plans at Senate Hearing
Space Force leaders pulled back the veil of secrecy on one of the service’s most-secretive programs and made a push for congressional authorization of a new part-time branch during a May 2 hearing before the Senate.
Quilty Analytics 2023 Q1 Quarterly Transactional Update
After gearing down in mid-2022, transaction volumes across the satellite and space ecosystem continued at the new pace of normal during the first quarter of the new year.
NASA’s Economic Benefits Span 50 States, Generating Innovation, Growth
In 2021,NASA generated more than $71 billion in economic output, supported more than 330,000 jobs, and delivered significant tax revenue for federal, state, and local governments, the agency’s latest Economic Impact Report shows.
Insight: Economics, Not Just Exploration, Will Transform Space
The future of human activities in space will be determined by economics as much as by technology or political will. The resurgence of space activities in recent decades .
U.S. Budget Proposals for 2024 Would Add $5 Billion in Space Spending
Unclassified federal space spending would top $60 billion in 2024 under budgets proposed by the White House March 10, with an extra $5 billion planned for civil and military programs.
New Congress Names Space Committee Leaders
Nation in Review: France
France has always been a pioneer in space: It was the third nation to establish a space program, and it led Europe’s launch vehicle development. Military and civil space strategies from the past few years have planned for the completion of new military satellite constellations, the first launch of the new Ariane 6 launch vehicle, and an increase in domestic space industry investment.
Quilty Analytics Annual and 2022 Q4 Quarterly Transactional Update
Space Leaders Predict Big Opportunities, Serious Challenges As New Year Dawns In Orbit
The Space Report reached out to a selection of space industry leaders seeking their predictions on what’s ahead for 2023. They foresaw a number of challenges ahead for governments and space firms, from rising international tensions to increased congestion in low Earth orbit.
The S-Network Space Index℠ 2022 Performance
The S-Network Space Index℠ tracks a global portfolio of publicly traded companies that are active in space-related businesses such as satellite-based telecommunications; transmission of television and radio content via satellite . . .