News about another non-existent rocket that looks a bit like an existing rocket (again). And--does ISS commercialization make sense today?
My attempt to address a few questions about the future of the commercial space industry.
Even if Starlink satellites hadn't been deployed during 1Q21, overall commercial satellite deployments were high during 2021's first three months.
A minor launch update for 2021. The upshot: a particular company (with a name that rhymes with “base specs”) has been very busy.
The new generation of space companies leans towards vertical integration for its satellites and rockets--with good reasons. Is this a good thing?