Market Poised for Growth as Industry Leaders Utilize Optical Links for Constellation Deployment Cambridge, MA – NSR’s newly released Optical Satellite Communications, 3rd Edition (OSC3) report projects a $3 billion cumulative revenue opportunity through 2030 for laser communication terminals (LCTs) in both space and airborne markets. The Optical Satcom market is largely equipment-centric, with a.
As challenging as 2020 was, one part of our industry progressed and grabbed the media limelight, even into the early part of 2021: space tourism. Several tests, funding rounds and SpaceX’s commercial launch of a NASA crew kept the dream of space tourism alive. Through hardships and long development time, demand for space tourism remains.
Following on the footsteps of Skynet-6A reaching Preliminary Design Review (PDR), a critical step towards its eventual launch in 2025, the Gov & Mil SATCOM sector is entering into the next-phase of sovereign military SATCOM systems. Built in the age of cyber-awareness, the proliferation of lower-cost RF jamming technology, and the ongoing requirements to move.
[NSR] comments on SpaceX’s planned launch of a record breaking 143 satellites. “A growing number of launch opportunities provides more flexible and timely schedules to replace aging satellites or launch new ones, said [NSR]. SpaceX rideshare missions “certainly provide more options for small-sat satellite operators to launch and rideshares on heavy launchers are gaining traction.
GBAFReview: In-Orbit Satellite Servicing and Space Situational Awareness Represent a $6.2 Billion Opportunity
The Global Banking and Finance Review covers NSR’s In-Orbit Servicing & Space Situational Awareness Markets, (4th Ed.) report. “The In-Orbit Servicing & Space Situational Awareness Market continues to progress regardless of COVID-19, as many launches are scheduled for early 2021,” states NSR. Life Extension will overshadow all other applications, generating 57% of total revenues over.