Part 1: When SMC buys expensive infrared satellites, does a lt. colonel get its wings? Especially if the satellites are still "juicy targets?"
Expect more crocodile tears and handwringing from lawmakers as SDA bypasses NSSL for cheaper, more-responsive, launch prices.
Nations with thousands of islands using satellites as their communications backbone. At least one is eyeing Starlink.
How the heck could automobile driving help mature the global space industry? **Warning** this is the longest yet.
While the global space industry was busy and profitable during 2020, perhaps its activities and profits are not signs of a healthy “commercial” space sector.
Even with COVID-19 having its way with the world, space launch services worldwide were busy. Does it imply a healthy commercial market?
The new National Space Policy guidelines for commercial space look like the old Space Policy guidelines. Is there anything new?
I don't believe Blue Origin is the launch company any of us thought it was going to be. Here's why...
SpaceX's Starship test yesterday is evidence that the company's rocket is real, which will result in real impacts on the rest of the sector.
Did you know that U.S. government agencies haven't been using international resources that are available during a disaster?