NSR in the News

March 29, 2023

Starship’s First Flight Tests Ends in Explosion

NSR Principal Analyst Dallas Kasaboski quoted in the latest ViaSatellite Article Starship’s First Flight Tests Ends in Explosion  The first Starship launch is part of a trend of launch providers calling failures successes amid a lack of launch supply, commented Dallas Kasaboski, an analyst for NSR, an Analysys Mason company. “A rocket exploded, everyone cheered,.

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March 21, 2023

Geospatial World: PNT is an Integral Part of Future Satellite Services

Research firm Northern Sky Research (NSR), which specializes in the satellite communications market, is bullish on satellite-to-cellular connectivity and believes it could be a big opportunity for satellite companies to reach billions of new customers. NSR estimates that the service will deliver as much as $66.8 billion in 10-year cumulative revenues for the satellite industry..

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March 16, 2023

Via Satellite: Examining the Changing Dynamics of Competition for Rapidly Evolving Satellite Constellations

Examining the Changing Dynamics for Satellite Constellations Established satellite operators, SES and Eutelsat, joined panelists from SpaceX, emerging constellation provider Mangata Networks and network orchestration player Aalyria, in a lively debate on the viability of constellations businesses, the state of competition, the merits of vertical integration and the role of cloud infrastructure in changing the.

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January 26, 2023

Buckle up, it could get bumpy: The space economy’s vaunted resilience will be tested in 2023

NSR Research Director, Brad Grady quoted in SpaceNews article January 24, 2023 It is “highly likely” early-stage investment rounds for these companies in 2023 will be fewer in number and smaller in size than in previous years. According to Analysys Mason research director Brad Grady, pre-revenue startups are already having challenges, “especially those with overtly.

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