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Bryce in the Media

LA Times
News | 9 January 2019

SpaceX will soon launch and land its giant Mars spaceship. But its other 2019 goals are more down-to-earth.

CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the uncertainty within the commercial market for planetary exploration and finding a balance between existing and future markets.

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Daily Nation
News | 6 January 2019

In space, the US sees a rival in China

Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on space budgets in the United States and China.

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LA Times
News | 21 December 2018

‘Move fast and break things,’ satellite edition: FCC fines Swarm $900,000 for launching without permission

Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the importance of having a regulatory body for satellite activity.

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LA Times
News | 13 December 2018

Virgin Galactic reaches suborbital space for the first time. Now it’s closer to flying customers there.

CEO Carissa Christensen comments on Virgin Galactic’s success and its impact on the suborbital space tourism industry.

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Wired
News | 7 December 2018

The SpaceX “Clown Car” Launch Actually Worked – Here’s How

The appeal of small satellites with data included from the Smallsats by the Numbers 2018 report.

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Forbes
News | 21 November 2018

Pint-Sized Space Race: Miniature Rockets Are Starting To Crowd Launch Pads

Competition in the satellite industry with supporting data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry Report.

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RFE/RL
News | 18 November 2018

Russia’s Security Agency Pulls Ambitious Satellite Internet Venture Back to Earth

CEO Carissa Christensen discusses the impact of OneWeb’s uncertainty on Roscosmos.

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Economic Times
News | 12 November 2018

Space launch firms start small today to go big tomorrow

CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the future space economy.

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Axios
News | 6 October 2018

1 big thing: The new global race to space

CEO Carissa Christensen comments on the small satellite launch market.

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Washington Post
News | 28 September 2018

NASA stands by SpaceX, even as Elon Musk’s troubles grow

CEO Carissa Christensen comments on NASA’s partnership with SpaceX

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LA Times
News | 28 September 2018

SpaceX has big plans for its BFR. Can it find enough billionaires to pay for the rocket?

CEO Carissa Christensen and SVP Mike French discuss revenue from satellite services and investment activity.

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Washington Post
News | 16 September 2018

Defense giants bet big on small satellites

The growing market for smaller satellites with supporting data from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry Report.

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SpaceNews
News | 15 August 2018

Ariane 6 is nearing completion, but Europe’s work is far from over

Europe aims to sell Ariane 6 rockets for about half the cost of Ariane 5 missions. Data included from our 2018 Annual Compendium of Commercial Space Transportation.

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MoneyWeek
News | 9 August 2018

Visionary investors should place their bets in the space race

Investment opportunities in satellite technology with data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry Report.

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Bloomberg
News | 26 July 2018

The New Rockets Racing to Make Space Affordable

CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the drop in launch costs, driven in part by SpaceX.

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LA Times
News | 16 July 2018

The military is building a space plane. Now it looks to have an engine up to the task

Senior space analyst, Phil Smith, comments on the launch price tag for Minotaur and Vega rockets.

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SpaceNews
News | 5 July 2018

A trillion-dollar space industry will require new markets

Predictions for a growing space industry with data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry Report.

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Aviation Week
News | 21 June 2018

Satellite Industry Continues Upward Climb

Data included from the 2018 State of the Satellite Industry Report, prepared by our team for SIA.

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CNBC
News | 22 May 2018

How Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX beat Boeing to become a $28 billion aerospace juggernaut

CEO Carissa Christensen shares insight on SpaceX, their achievements and success.

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Ars Technica
News | 3 May 2018

Block 5 rocket launch marks the end of the beginning for SpaceX

CEO Carissa Christensen weighs in on the upcoming Block 5 rocket launch.

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London School of Economics
News | 30 April 2018

Leaving Spaceship Europe: British space policy after Brexit

Data from our 2018 Start-Up Space Report confirms that 20% of non-U.S. investors in start-up space companies are headquartered in the UK.

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Financial Times
News | 27 April 2018

UK space industry ponders life without Galileo

Despite a relatively small public budget, the UK is home to the world’s second largest population of space start-ups.

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SpaceNews
News | 22 April 2018

Boeing, Lockheed, ULA corner the government-funded space market. SpaceX moving up.

Start-up space ventures have attracted an estimated $18.4 billion in investments since 2000. Data included from our 2018 Start-Up Space Report.

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