Activities in space are vast, complex, and local, and the value of their impact might not be immediately obvious to all stakeholders.
The space economy is worth nearly $500 billion — why wouldn't you want to get involved if you can? Use these four tips to find out how you can get started.
You don’t have to take the whole market head-on. You just need to find where you fit now and what you’ll enable for its future growth.
A growing space industry is creating business opportunities in space, ranging from Earth observation and communications to space tourism and, eventually, asteroid mining.
Manuscript submission to the 73rd International Astronautical Congress on
Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Trends in the Emerging Global Space Ecosystem.
We are once again at a great juncture in space exploration. As we continue to turn national attention towards the sky, disparate industries will again unite to achieve shared goals.
American interests are far better off having a large talent pool to pull from, to not only counter current threats but also respond as new ones arise.
Safeguarding a resilient energy grid — and other critical infrastructure assets — are not just issues of physical security, but also cyber security.
As the world becomes more interconnected, we make ourselves more vulnerable. More than 85 percent of the Internet belongs to the private sector and it’s estimated that there will be roughly 200 billion connected devices, creating risks and vulnerabilities in areas we haven’t considered before.