Orbital Aerospace encompasses all domains that fall under the broader space industry. This includes rockets, satellites, and sub-orbital aircraft. Thanks to the convergence of disruptive technologies, and innovations such as reusable rockets and low Earth orbit nanosatellites, the space paradigm is changing. Orbital aerospace has broken through prohibitive cost barriers that once confined the industry to national space programs and a limited number of well-capitalized players. The promise of financial gains is leading to more competition, private funding, further cost declines, and continued advancements in space technology. And like a big flywheel, new innovation in orbital aerospace helps disrupt other sectors like agriculture, logistics, transportation and military, creating additional revenue streams and even more investment capital. Plus, orbital aerospace is the genesis of space exploration and a space-based economy, opening the door to future revenue streams yet to be imagined.
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