Research and Analysis
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The Space Report: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity
Access over a decade of data, resources and information, available on your computer, tablet or mobile device.
For more than a decade, the Space Foundation research team has gathered an ever-expanding collection of information about the global space industry, government policies and priorities, and the evolving trends in the space workforce and in education that influence space activity. In 2015, the Space Foundation began offering an online service that provides subscribers with access to all the research conducted for The Space Report throughout its existence, as well as new data sets that have never appeared in reports.
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Space Symposium Tech Track Archive
Submitted by presenters at Tech Track held at Space Symposium, this archive is made available for reference. This content comes from presenters at Tech Track, not the Space Foundation and does not represent the Space Foundation or its endeavors.