Amazon’s contract with SpaceX for three Falcon 9 launches is only the beginning…
The U.S. government (channeling GLADOS) on EO national security: "I thought about our dilemma, and I came up with a solution that I honestly think works out best for one of both of us."
Some farmers might be on the fence about space services and technologies that create virtual boundaries for their herds, but no bull, they work.
A few thoughts about Hyperbola-2 versus Falcon 9, which won’t be surprising. But, if Hyperbola-2 succeeds, other competitors should worry.
It’s good to have goals–especially for satellite manufacturing. However, does aiming for a manufacturing capacity that is still short of the competition make sense? Who would buy the satellites?