Indian Launch Industry: OneWeb Provides a Big Hint

Maybe NSIL’s launch of OneWeb’s satellites points to a future in which both companies can update their Peanuts wardrobes?

3Q21 Orbital Space Launch Review

How many orbital rockets did each nation launch during 2021's third quarter? And do the launches indicate a vibrant commercial market?

What’s Rad in the Suborbital Spaceflight Business?

How concerned about radiation do suborbital spaceflight passengers need to be? And two more nations are pushing their space programs to commercial companies.

Focus On: ULA’s Challenges, Part 3

The last of a ULA analysis series. ULA's strategic plan is dissonant with reality. What changes must it make? Can it?

Running out of (Reliable) Rockets

Murphy hasn't forgotten about Rocket Lab.

India’s ASAT Stamp; India’s Private Space Sector Efforts

Remember when India launched an anti-satellite missile at the beginning of 2019 and successfully destroyed a target satellite? It was...

India, the Pandemic, European Entrepreneurs

India's ISRO provides the reason for no 2020 launches so far, and where exactly are the European entrepreneurs for space?

Quo Vadis, India? And a Kiwi Space Company

These two analyses look at space happenings with India and New Zealand. India, in particular, has...

Space Engineers & OneWeb’s Launch Costs

It now looks like COVID-19 is impacting India’s space industry. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), India’s space agency, is implementing measures similar to those of NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA)--locking down its facilities and enforcing telework for its employees. But the ISRO is also doing something a little different than its American… Continue reading Space Engineers & OneWeb’s Launch Costs