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By Dennis Thompkins For the first time in space history, an all-civilian crew is traveling in Earth’s orbit without command and control from a government space agency. Wednesday’s SpaceX Innovation4 launch marked the first orbital flight with no professional astronauts on board. It also set as precedent the first time an onboard pilot was not…
“The Space Report 2021 36th Annual Space Symposium Special Edition” found that the global space economy, which reached $447B in 2020, was 176% greater than in Space Foundation’s first economic analysis in 2005. Nearly 80% of this total in 2020 was commercial revenues. Other findings from the special edition: Infrastructure and Support Industries grew the most, by…
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