This article provides space economy size estimates and forecasts from 2005 to 2045.
This article provides a sampling of publicly available national and regional space economy size estimates.
This article is about context. Specifically, understanding the origin and motivations behind space economy market reports.
This article reviews the typical steps involved in the production of a space economy market segment report.
This article reviews bias within space economy market reports, specifically exploring cognitive biases and strategic biases.
This article identifies methods to help evaluate potential biases in a market research report.
Forecasting the size of the future space economy is a complex task that involves multiple methodologies and data sources. There isn't a single universally accepted approach. This article reviews some commonly used methodologies.
This article encourages the reader to scrutinize the lofty projections of the space economy's past and future growth, examining the assumptions underlying the estimates and forecasts and considering the reasons for caution. It's time to take a step back from the exhilaration of space exploration and consider the reality of building an economy outside our home planet. The journey to the stars may be the next frontier, but like any frontier, it comes with its fair share of risks and unknowns.
The phrase "comparably incomparable" is somewhat of a paradoxical expression. It suggests that something is both comparable and incomparable at the same time.
Satellites have become integral to modern life, impacting sectors like communication, Earth observation, defense, and scientific research. This article offers an exhaustive analysis of the UCS Satellite Database to unearth trends and insights into satellite operators, purposes, orbital classes, users, launch vehicles, and the age of these satellites.