Pointers to top articles addressing elements of the SpaceX business, including: cost to reuse Falcon 9 boosters, financials, payload customers, and $/kg competitive positioning.Read More Everything You Wanted to Know About SpaceX from a Business Perspective…
As the space industry continues to grow, the need for standardization, compatibility, interoperability, interchangeability, and commonality becomes increasingly important.Read More The Value of Standardization and Interoperability in the Space Economy
The document describes the Lockheed Martin In-space Upgrade Servicing System (LM LINUSS), a pair of small satellites designed to demonstrate rendezvous and proximity operations capabilities for future on-orbit servicing missions. The LM LINUSS satellites are part of Lockheed Martin’s LM50 family of 12U CubeSats, measuring about 8x8x12 inches each. They were launched into geosynchronous orbit in November 2022 as secondary payloads on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.Read More Paper: LM LINUSS – Lockheed Martin In -Space Upgrade Servicing System (LM 2023)
Using laser connections between satellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO) can potentially supplement, but not completely eliminate, the need for submarine cables, due to a variety of reasons. This article provides a comprehensive comparison between broadband satellite service and submarine cable service.Read More The Battle for Bandwidth: Submarine Cable and Broadband Satellite Data
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