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Research and Markets: Global Launch Systems and Satellites Markets 2013-2025

By SpaceRef Editor
January 8, 2015
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Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the “Global Launch Systems and Satellites” report to their offering.

Global space spending will be relatively flat through 2025, but at the same time, both the number of launches and number of satellites placed in orbit will increase. This is due to the fact that increased competition and innovations will drive overall costs down. These innovations include tools such as 3-Dimensional (3-D) printing, all-electric satellites, and satellites designed for dual manifesting. To summarize, the increase in satellites, satellite capacity, and satellite capabilities will be proportionally larger than the increase in spending on the global space program over the next 10 years.

Key Topics Covered:

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Market Overview
  3. Drivers and Restraints – Total Space Launch Systems and Satellites Market
  4. Global Space Launch Systems Market
  5. Forecasts and Trends – Global Space Launch Systems Market
  6. Market Share and Competitive Analysis – Total Space Launch Market
  7. The CEO’s 360 Degree Perspective on the Space Launch Industry
  8. United States Breakdown
  9. Russia Breakdown
  10. China Breakdown
  11. France/EU Breakdown
  12. Japan Breakdown
  13. India Breakdown
  14. Global Satellites Market
  15. Forecasts and Trends – Global Launch Systems Market
  16. Market Share and Competitive Analysis – Total Satellites Market
  17. The CEO’s 360 Degree Perspective on the Satellites Industry
  18. Communications Satellites Segment Breakdown
  19. Earth Observation Satellites Segment Breakdown
  20. Exploration/Research Satellites Segment Breakdown
  21. Navigation Satellites Segment Breakdown
  22. Reconnaissance Satellites Segment Breakdown
  23. Space Transfer Segment Breakdown
  24. Technology Satellites Segment Breakdown
  25. The Last Word
  26. Appendix

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