Some seem to believe that alternative fuels will propel a green space industry revolution. If that’s the case, some are already well on their way. But maybe other things should change, too.
The Bureau of Economic Analysis might be from Binkley’s nightmare closet. But the data it’s providing the U.S. space industry is dreamy.
ULA is at least one of the industry innovation sources: industry structure change. It’s not a new problem, but ULA still fell for it, unable to launch its new rocket while its launch cadence declines.
Yes, it’s another analysis of space activities from China. But it’s not my fault! The story inspiring my analysis came out a few days ago. It is about spacecraft and not launch, though.
More types of rockets don’t mean better launch capability. But their existence also doesn’t mean the use of inferior technology. Sometimes more just means more.