Growth in the government investment sector of the space economy outpaced commercial sectors as the U.S. and non-U.S. government shares of the global space economy between 2017 and 2018. . .
As of March 6, 2019, information was available about 38 nations that deployed and operated 465 spacecraft during 2018. The number of nations operating spacecraft grew 10% from 2017 to 2018, with 75 total nations operating spacecraft. While . . .
The global space industry grew 7.4% in 2017, reaching a total of $383.5 billion. This continues a broad upward trend that spans more than a decade. Traditional sectors for space commerce have continued to grow and are . . .
Global government spending increased in 2017, totaling $76.2 billion, up from $72.7 billion in 2016. Government spending accounted for 19.9% of the global space economy . . .
The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) had a 2017 budget of 659.3 billion won (US$576.0 million), a decrease of 13% from its 2016 budget of 746.4 billion won (US$646.7 million).
The space investments of governments continue to shift on the basis of national priorities and politics…
The global space industry continued to grow in 2016, reaching a total of $329.3 billion. This was slightly higher than the previous record of . . .
The Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) had a 2016 budget of 746.4 billion won (US$646.7 million), an increase of 20.6% from its 2015 budget of 618.7 billion . . .
Total global government space budgets in 2016 were $## billion, a ##% decrease from $## billion in 2015.
The global space industry continued to grow in 2015, although currency fluctuations caused the appearance of a slight decline . . .