Global Deep Space Missions Growth Opportunities

Global Deep Space Missions Growth Opportunities

Disruptive Technologies are Enhancing the Future Growth Potential of NewSpace and ICT Participants in the Deep Space Exploration Market

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01-Mar-2022
REGION
Global
Research Code: K723-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE01557-GL-MT_26321
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This study covers ongoing and planned deep space missions across government and commercial agencies and examines the opportunities they will create for the NewSpace and ICT market participants. The study categorizes the deep space missions across the following key segments: lander, rover, and orbiter. It identifies the evolving requirements of the market across each of these segments.

The deep-space industry is in its early growth stage and has the potential to develop larger market opportunities as the ongoing and planned deep space missions progress into their expansive phases. The ongoing and planned deep space missions do not represent any recurring opportunities for the short and medium terms at the moment. However, the early-phase deep space missions that succeed will develop into long-term missions, creating recurring opportunities for early participants. Small-satellite technology is one of the key disruptors in this market and is being deployed both as primary and support assets. Large volume, heavy-lift launch vehicle technology will also play a crucial role in the market once the deep space missions evolve into their expansive phases.

Key Features

  • The key deep space missions (planned and ongoing)
  • Deep space missions involving an orbiter
  • Deep space missions involving a lander
  • Deep space missions involving a rover
  • The tentative planned timeline and target destinations of the ongoing and planned deep space missions

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on Deep Space Missions

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Growth Drivers for Deep Space Missions

Growth Restraints for Deep Space Missions

Deep Space Missions Involving a Lander

Deep Space Missions Involving a Lander (continued)

Lander Requirements

Deep Space Missions Involving an Orbiter

Deep Space Missions Involving an Orbiter (continued)

Orbiter Requirements

Deep Space Missions Involving a Rover

Rover Requirements

Launch Vehicle Requirements: Transporting New Spacecraft

Nuclear Technology in Deep Space Missions: Propulsion & Power

Growth Opportunity 1: Systems and Subsystems for Deep Space Missions

Growth Opportunity 1: Systems and Subsystems for Deep Space Missions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Connectivity Solutions for Deep Space Missions

Growth Opportunity 2: Connectivity Solutions for Deep Space Missions (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Artificial Intelligence Capabilities for Deep Space Missions

Growth Opportunity 3: Artificial Intelligence Capabilities for Deep Space Missions (continued)

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This study covers ongoing and planned deep space missions across government and commercial agencies and examines the opportunities they will create for the NewSpace and ICT market participants. The study categorizes the deep space missions across the following key segments: lander, rover, and orbiter. It identifies the evolving requirements of the market across each of these segments. The deep-space industry is in its early growth stage and has the potential to develop larger market opportunities as the ongoing and planned deep space missions progress into their expansive phases. The ongoing and planned deep space missions do not represent any recurring opportunities for the short and medium terms at the moment. However, the early-phase deep space missions that succeed will develop into long-term missions, creating recurring opportunities for early participants. Small-satellite technology is one of the key disruptors in this market and is being deployed both as primary and support assets. Large volume, heavy-lift launch vehicle technology will also play a crucial role in the market once the deep space missions evolve into their expansive phases.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Features

  • The key deep space missions (planned and ongoing)
  • Deep space missions involving an orbiter
  • Deep space missions involving a lander
  • Deep space missions involving a rover
  • The tentative planned timeline and target destinations of the ongoing and planned deep space missions
More Information
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Arun Kumar Sampathkumar
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number K723-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9000-A1