The rise in private space

Source: Tauri Group, CB Insights, The Guardian

These investments have contributed (with the help of industrial space companies’ investments and public space agencies investments) to lower the cost of sending payloads into space by a factor of at least 4 in 25 years.

The price per pound of non-geostationary (NGSO) satellites has sharply decreased over the last 20 years.[1]

What can we expect from the rising number of imagery satellites?

The number of operative missions continue to drive the quantity of available images[2]

The image resolution of satellite has been multiplied by at least 20 in 25 years[4]

From cheap images to affordable insights

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