Out of this world: The future of space exploration and innovation

Nearly 53 years after NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took history-making steps on the moon, the world remains fascinated by space. In the decades since that giant leap for humankind, research, discovery, and space travel have offered more insight into the flashing lights and saucers that continue to captivate. Today, investments in space are experiencing record growth, as private companies pave the way for increased space flight and innovation. On #WorldUFODay, check out these insights on the burgeoning space industry, including:

  • the role of the satellite communications industry in financial transactions, the Internet of Things, and more
  • the growing space tourism industry and the development of innovative space technologies
  • space debris mitigation and sustainability
  • the effect of international collaboration on advancing space research and exploration

Space: Investment shifts from GEO to LEO and now beyond

Building a better planet with satellite data

Space around the globe

Making aerospace ‘diverse and dynamic’: An interview with Airbus U.S.’s Debra Facktor

Outer space in 2030

Wall Street to Mission Control: Can space tourism pay off?

Five Fifty: The future of the space economy

Strengthening collaboration in the European space ecosystem

The role of space in driving sustainability, security, and development on Earth