Imbalance of Space Power: Russia and Ukraine

What is space power? Is it merely owning a bunch of satellites and rockets? Ukraine is providing a peek at space power’s future.

India’s Space EO/RS Denied: Intentions and Process

Some Indian residents have that sinking feeling–literally. However, the Indian government seems at odds with itself to help them, even though it has the technology.

The End of the Beginning of the End (of Expensive Satellites)

SpaceX, Starlink, Starshield…will legacy satellite manufacturers undergo the changes the U.S. launch industry did since SpaceX’s launch of the first Falcon 9?

OroraTech’s Business: Is There a Market?

OroraTech is moving ahead with building its infrared wildfire monitoring constellation. As a result, there may be some good market opportunities for its service.

Examining 2021 Space Industry Trends

Contemplation is healthy for the soul, even if it's regarding the space industry.

State Wildfires and DoD Infrared Satellites

We're here to help: Using the federal government's military space assets to help against natural disasters seems like a great idea. Or is it?

No Rockets, No Fly: ULA’s Weird Predicament

What's the similarity between ULA's rockets and toilet paper (aside from being one-time use)? What might it mean for the U.S. launch market?

Hardware is Not Software: Marketing Mixups in EO/RS and Launch

The great software companies of Silicon Valley are held in high esteem by those in the space industry. But admiration does not equal industry knowledge and understanding. Investors be aware!

Thinking About: Rocket Lab’s About-Face

What do Rocket Lab's plans for a just-right rocket mean for current and future competitors? Are chasing constellations reason enough for switching?

Focus On: ClimaCell’s Business and Weather Constellation

ClimaCell's decision to deploy and operate a weather satellite constellation puts real business in a field of wannabees.