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Global Space Launch Services Market Major Players Product Revenue 2020 to 2027 | Impact of Worldwide COVID-19 Spread Analysis – Space Exploration Technologies ,United Launch Alliance ,Space International Services ,Lockheed Martin ,EUROCKOT.

global space launch services market major players product revenue 2020 to 2027 | impact of worldwide covid-19 spread analysis – space exploration technologies ,united launch alliance ,space international services ,lockheed martin ,eurockot.

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Method of Research: The assessment leverages advanced and robust methodologies to provide fact-based actionable insight into the market.  Key market divergences are analyzed in the report for deriving accurate information regarding the growth trajectory of the market. These market divergences identified in the research process are – current status of the market, ongoing industry trends, past data, latest developments, etc. Cutting-edge data analytical tools are employed for the filtration, validation, and authentication of data collected from primary and secondary research sources. The inputs are collected from credible sources, including but not limited to, paid database services, interviews with stakeholders across the value chain (MDs, CEOs, VPs,etc.), SEC filings, surveys, and whitepaper references among others. Zero deviation from facts is ensured with the utilization of a multi-layer verification process. It also assures adherence to the highest standards of data mapping and value extrapolation.  Top-down and bottom-up approaches are executed to authenticate the accuracy of the quantitative data provided in the report.
Leading Key Players:-Space Exploration TechnologiesUnited Launch AllianceSpace International ServicesLockheed MartinEUROCKOTBoeingArianespaceAntrix CorporationChina Great Wall Industry CorporationMitsubishi Heavy IndustriesILS InternationalOrbital ATK
This analysis includes a detailed share analysis of the key players. It also unveils the growth of the Space Launch …

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SpaceX Dragon Crew prepares for first operational manned mission to space

spacex dragon crew prepares for first operational manned mission to space

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article CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – It’s been almost four months since Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken blasted off for the first manned flight of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule. But, that was just a test run. There’s just about a month until liftoff, soaring into a new universe of launches with the first operational manned mission for the SpaceX Crew Dragon. “This is the one that we’ve all kind of been working to, right?”Daniel Forrestel should know. He works for NASA as a launch rescue director and launch integration manager for the Commercial Crew Program, meaning “make sure that everything on the day of launch is set up and run as it’s supposed to,” Forrestel said. Forrestel oversees the astronauts suiting up, waving goodbye and heading to the launchpad. Then, his role becomes even more critical as he manages the Emergency Operations Center at the Kennedy Space Center. “We’re there in case there’s a bad day. If something bad happens on the pad with the rocket, we are there to help treat any injuries,” he said. Advertisement Four astronauts are set to head to the International Space Station for six months, making this SpaceX mission, a commercial …

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NASA and US Space Force team up for planetary defense, moon trips and more

nasa and us space force team up for planetary defense, moon trips and more

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NASA and the United States Space Force are banding together for the future of human spaceflight. As the agency moves forward with its Artemis program, which aims to return humans to the lunar surface by 2024, NASA is also working on its relationship with the newly-minted Space Force, which was formed Dec. 2019. Today (Sept. 22), NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and U.S. Space Force Chief of Space Operations Gen. John “Jay” Raymond announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between NASA and the U.S. Space Force. This agreement officially joins the two entities in collaboration with regard to “human spaceflight, U.S. space policy, space transportation, standards and best practices for safe operations in space, scientific research and planetary defense,” NASA said in a statement. Related: What is the Space Force?NASA and the Space Force have penned this MOU to “affirm a strong interest in continuing their longstanding partnership for mutually beneficial collaborative activities in furtherance of space exploration, scientific discovery, and security,” the MOU reads. While NASA is focused on exploration, science and technology, the Space Force is a military operation. But while the two have very different missions and overall goals, “we share the same domain and we’re operating …

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NASA, Space Force partnership aims to make space exploration safe

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NASA is deepening its ties to the military as it seeks international partners for Artemis, its plan to return humans to the Moon.

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By Sarah ScolesSep. 22, 2020 , 4:05 PM

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine sometimes gets mistaken for the leader of a different agency. “A lot of people ask me about the Space Force,” he said today at an event called the Space Power Forum. “They say, ‘So how’s the Space Force coming along?’ and, ‘Congratulations on the Space Force.’” Bridenstine wants them to understand the big difference between his civil space agency and the military space branch led by Gen. John Raymond, who appeared virtually next to Bridenstine at the forum. But despite the different missions, Bridenstine continued, “We share a very similar—in fact, we share the same—domain.” Orbit, and beyond.

That shared focus is deepening with the announcement at the forum of a new partnership between NASA and the Space Force, an independent branch within the U.S. Air Force. The memorandum of understanding commits the two organizations to “broad collaboration in areas including human spaceflight, U.S. space policy, space transportation, standards and best practices for safe operations in space, scientific research, and planetary defense,” according …

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Space Force-NASA Accord Highlights Cooperation Beyond Earth Orbit

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NASA’s Artemis program sees lunar resource extraction as a future goal
WASHINGTON: NASA and the Space Force inked an MOU on space cooperation today that more firmly pins the US military to future missions in the vast region of space beyond Earth’s orbit including, at least indirectly, the Trump administration’s neo-gold rush for space resources.
The agreement “expands” long-standing NASA-DoD/Air Force space cooperation on space exploration, including on situational awareness, communications and precision navigation. On top of that it includes efforts to establish “norms of behavior” for activities such as Moon and asteroid mining, Chief of Space Operations Gen. Jay Raymond said today.
“If you look at R&D, and technology roadmaps, and S&T, and partnerships, and the need to understand what’s going on the domain, the need for norms of behavior to keep the domain safe for all — there is so much there that’s ripe for collaboration, that would be a benefit for both organizations. And that’s really what this MoU is focused on,” Raymond told the Mitchell Institute today in a joint interview with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
“I think this is a unique time in American history where we …

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Legendary Ventures Invests In SpaceX

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LOS ANGELES, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Legendary Ventures announced today an investment in Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (“SpaceX”) through its Series N funding round. Founded by Elon Musk, SpaceX is an aviation and aerospace company that designs, manufactures, and launches advanced rockets and spacecrafts, including the Starlink satellite constellation.
With this investment, Legendary Ventures continues to execute its strategy of investing in consumer, retail and technology companies, including businesses with enterprise values ranging between $1 billion and $100 billion (USD). “We are honored to be a part of the SpaceX effort to usher in a new era of space exploration, telecommunications, and travel,” says Jayson Kim, General Partner of Legendry Ventures.
About Legendary VenturesLegendary Ventures is a venture capital firm that accelerates value creation for early-stage startups in the consumer, retail and technology industries. For more information about the firm or its funds, visit https://legendary.vc. 
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‘Losing access’ to Swedish space facility in Australia hardly affects Chinese space programs: insiders

‘losing access’ to swedish space facility in australia hardly affects chinese space programs: insiders

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A Mars probe is launched on a Long March-5 rocket from the Wenchang Spacecraft Launch Site in south China’s Hainan Province, July 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Guo Cheng)After Reuters reported Monday that a space tracking facility located in Western Australia and owned by the Swedish Space Corporation (SSC) is to cut China’s access to the facility when their current contract expires, Chinese space insiders said on Tuesday there is at least a decade left on the contract, and the facility has not been used or visited by relevant working personnel from China for many years.”We can still visit and utilize the facility in Western Australia for many years to come, and even losing access to it would hardly affect China’s upcoming space exploration and key manned space programs,” sources very close to the Chinese space tracking system told the Global Times on Tuesday in an exclusive interview, dismissing the original report’s exaggeration that the Swedish firm’s decision would “cut into Beijing’s expanding space exploration and navigational capabilities in the Pacific region.”Reuters reported Monday that the SSC has had a contract allowing China access to the satellite antenna at the ground station since at least 2011. The site is owned by a …

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NASA still targeting moon’s south pole for 2024 crew landing

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NASA is definitely targeting the moon’s south pole for a crewed landing in 2024 — but that timeline will be difficult to achieve if Congress doesn’t open its purse strings, and fast, agency chief Jim Bridenstine said.During a presentation with NASA’s Lunar Exploration Analysis Group last Monday (Sept. 14), Bridenstine seemed to suggest that the agency is open to a more equatorial site for the 2024 touchdown, a key milestone in NASA’s Artemis program of crewed lunar exploration. That would be a big shift for NASA, which has long stressed that the first crewed moon landing since the Apollo days would come near the south pole, where lots of water ice lurks on permanently shadowed crater floors. But Bridenstine just clarified that his earlier words about the 2024 mission, known as Artemis 3, were purely hypothetical.Related: See the moon like the Apollo astronauts with these epic panoramic photos”To be clear: We’re going to the south pole,” Bridenstine said during a teleconference with reporters yesterday (Sept. 21). “And there is no talk or trades or anything else about anything other than going to the south pole at NASA.”The astronauts who hit the gray dirt in 2024 will do so aboard a private lander — one built …

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NASA unveils $28 billion plan to return to the moon by 2024 – The Statesman

nasa unveils $28 billion plan to return to the moon by 2024 – the statesman

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About 18 months ago, NASA accepted a bold challenge to send the first woman and next man to the surface of the Moon in 2024.  On Monday, NASA has shared an update on its Artemis program and revealed its latest plan to return astronauts to the Moon in 2024. The estimated the cost of meeting that deadline is $28 billion, from which $16 billion would be spent on the lunar landing module.
However, meeting the deadline set by US President Donald Trump administrator, Jim Bridenstine, depends a lot on receiving approval from Congress, as they have to approve financing of $3.2 billion quickly for the development of human-rated lunar landers, according to a report in Spaceflight Now on Monday. The $28 billion would cover the budgetary years of 2021-25.
“I am confident in NASA’s partnership with these companies to help achieve the Artemis mission and develop the human landing system returning us to the Moon” said Lisa Watson-Morgan, HLS program manager at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. “We have a history of proven lunar technical expertise and capabilities at Marshall and across NASA that will pave the way for our efforts to quickly and safely land humans on the Moon in 2024.” 

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SpaceX’s Falcon 9, Dragon Design Lauded By NASA Administrator As Unique & Creative

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SpaceX Dragon 2 crew vehicle atop a Falcon 9 Block 5 booster at launch pad 39A in Florida during pre-flight checkouts on May 26, 2020 a day before the Demo-2 mission’s first launch attempt. SpaceX and NASA chose to forfeit this launch window due to weather constraints and the Dragon launched astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley to the ISS on May 30, 2020. (SpaceX/Twitter)
Officials of the National Aeronautics and Space Agency (NASA) conducted a press briefing today in which agency officials provided members of the press with updates about its progress on the Artemis program. NASA’s Artemis missions aim to solidify American leadership in deep space exploration by providing the country with a solid foundation to conduct experiments on the lunar South Pole. The briefing was conducted by NASA Administrator Mr. Jim Bridenstine who braces himself to secure much-needed funds for the Artemis program from the U.S. Congress.
Joining him were Kathy Lueders, associate administrator for NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, James Reuter, associate administrator for NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate and Thomas Zurbuchen, associate administrator for NASA’s Science Mission Directorate.
SpaceX Looks To Test Starlink In Alaska As It Gears For Commercial LaunchAt the event, Administrator Bridenstine …

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