Interactive Tables and Charts
Interested in global space launch vehicle satellite activity? Please select the associated link to read about it. Launch data is updated every day during weekdays, excluding U.S. holidays.
This fully interactive chart shows changes made in the accompanying table. Use the tools just above the table for sorting, advanced filtering, and other options, these actions will reflect on the live chart.
The growth of the global space economy over the past 15 years has come from increasing government budgets and expansion of commercial sectors such as ground stations, spacecraft deployment, increased launch activity and a vastly expanding number of space products and services.
NASA’s civil service workforce has grown gradually in recent years, contributing to an increase in U.S. space employment.
Core employment in 5 key space sectors continued to grow in 2021. These employment levels do not reflect all employment in the U.S. space industry, but rather, track employment in key sectors most closely associated with U.S. space employment.
Space insurance claims in 2021 fell to one of the lowest levels in the past two decades.
South Korea is intent on building its space program, as this look at its national space agency budget reflects.
During the global pandemic recovery, stocks for space-related companies recovered at a quicker rate than traditional stocks, as shown in this S-Network Space Index analysis.
In the fourth quarter of 2021, selected space-related stocks that were included in the S-Network Space Index for analysis did not perform as well as benchmark indexes.
Companies included in the S-Network Space Index in the fourth-quarter 2021 analysis are shown here by national affiliation.