Payload Space joins us to drop an in-depth S-1 for space
Hm, i would have expected at least one mention of PanAmSat or DigitalGlobe in the history section here. Both very quite pivotal in shaping key commercial markets for space.
Earlier on, Canadian Telesat and Western Union in US knocked the doors open for privately run comsats
Why no mention that the ISS is going to end of life early, without the participation of Russia?
Unless someone pulls heavy lifters out of their butts in the next 2 years.
Seems like all this "advancement" has been focused on space tourism or LEO as opposed to anything truly extra-orbital...
Something I have been thinking for a while. Is it theoretically possible that we can ever carry high carbon manufacturing in space? In other words, could it ever be that sending bauxite and coal to space, smelt them, bring back to earth all the while costing near what it costs now (less than 100% green premia) and running with significantly less carbon. I am totally new to space, but I think that we would likely need something like hydrogen as fuel. (Airbus says that they could release a carbon neutral airplane prototype by 2035, therefore I think a reasonable timeframe could be 2060-2070?)
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Excellent piece !!! One of my startups https://mission.space building space infrastructure for the solar radiation monitoring. It takes me 2 years to build it from idea to product, and from 0 to the seed round closure !!!
Excellent article : comprehensive informative and understandable to a layman in both investment and space like myself.
We are all lured into space for its excitement and unknown benefits, even beyond the earth's preponderance of satellites! Many, now fearing, the catastrophic effects of Climate Change, see this as an alternative to an unlivable earth and have the funds to invest heavily for their goals. However, what we are actually missing right now, is the incentives to create a new planet right here, through the same energy and creativity that produced our first landing on the moon! Somehow, we need to find the seed that will link together the public and private funds, for America to make a leap into future thought, and bring that back to the center of our creativity and science, and in doing so, lead the world in all future Climate initiatives. This would bolster our position as a world leader and then provide corporate America with the ancillary benefits, much as the Moon Shot did!
Dont see any mention to Terran Orbital or Redwire here, esp in Redwire's case for AE investments. For some reason you added Virgin Orbit? despite the fact that VO has very little revenue compared to Redwire. Even during the Space manufacturing segment there is almost no mention to Redwire despite them being over 5+ years ahead on testing in space manufacturing technologies compared to their competition, Varda included. I saw you tagged Made in Space but that brand is now defunct and under the Redwire mantle.