By 2024, NASA intends to land astronauts including the first female on the Moon. The Artemis program is an exciting opportunity for the space industry and all humankind to settle in deep space within the next decades. Even more exciting, the United States is not the only nation venturing into this expanding frontier. . .
Share price performance of our core satellite and space index, which includes 27 publicly traded space companies, was up . . .
The United States space industry, like many industries worldwide, has been affected by the COVID-19 outbreak and the subsequent global shutdown. Detailed monthly analysis of jobs specific to the space industry. . .
Satellite and space transactional activity experienced a notable drop in the second quarter as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold. The decline in April and May 2020 volumes was pronounced, with the principal drivers of this decrease being . . .
In the popular imagination, the space industry implies launch platforms, rockets, and satellites — the incredibly sophisticated, government-backed systems that enable us to get to space. While these systems are certainly critical. . .
This year marks the 20th anniversary of human habitation on the International Space Station (ISS). That sustained success means NASA and the ISS U.S. National Laboratory, which share American resources on the orbiting facility, have transitioned from merely supporting life in space to . . .
Our world demands new structures to organize people and utilize new technology. One of those is a public-private partnership. . .
The late Dr. Clarke, popularly known for authoring the cinematic space classic, “2001: A Space Odyssey,” was known for his technical prowess (he conceived the geostationary satellite) but also for his compelling optimistic vision for space development. . .