Reusable and Modular Launch Systems Growth Opportunities

Reusable and Modular Launch Systems Growth Opportunities

Transformative Mega Trends, Disruptive Technologies, and Competitive Intensity Drive Sustainable Solutions

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In recent years, demand for satellites for government and commercial applications has increased, resulting in a growing number of satellite launches for navigation, earth observation, communications, and more. With increased launches come increased costs. The space industry is an expensive one to operate in, and mitigation methods must be implemented to combat rising costs.

Reusable and modular launch systems have generated a lot of interest in the space industry, especially in terms of sustainability, which has enabled technological advancements. This area of the market holds significant potential as it can immensely reduce the costs associated with launches and space exploration.

This Frost & Sullivan study examines information on the progression of reusable and modular launch systems; types of sustainable systems; key challenges, drivers and restraints; current and future system developments; and growth opportunities. It considers them from a qualitative standpoint to analyze the market potential of these sustainable systems.

Author: Tiffany Kahapea

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Reusable and Modular Launch Systems Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Scope of Analysis

The Progression of Reusable and Modular Launch Systems

Types of Launch Systems

Challenges

Regulations, Guidelines, and Policies

Design

Maintenance

Growth Drivers

Growth Restraints

SpaceX—Falcon 9

SpaceX—Falcon 9 (continued)

SpaceX—Falcon Heavy

SpaceX—Falcon Heavy (continued)

Rocket Labs—Electron

Rocket Labs—Electron (continued)

New Shepard

New Shepard (continued)

SpaceShip Two

SpaceShip Two (continued)

Booster Recovery

Booster Recovery (continued)

Starship

Neutron

New Glenn

Vulcan

The Impact of Reusable and Modular Launch Systems

Conclusion

Growth Opportunity 1: Reusable and Modular Design

Growth Opportunity 1: Reusable and Modular Design (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Sustainable Space Activities

Growth Opportunity 2: Sustainable Space Activities (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Commercial Space Activities

Growth Opportunity 3: Commercial Space Activities (continued)

List of Exhibits

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In recent years, demand for satellites for government and commercial applications has increased, resulting in a growing number of satellite launches for navigation, earth observation, communications, and more. With increased launches come increased costs. The space industry is an expensive one to operate in, and mitigation methods must be implemented to combat rising costs. Reusable and modular launch systems have generated a lot of interest in the space industry, especially in terms of sustainability, which has enabled technological advancements. This area of the market holds significant potential as it can immensely reduce the costs associated with launches and space exploration. This Frost & Sullivan study examines information on the progression of reusable and modular launch systems; types of sustainable systems; key challenges, drivers and restraints; current and future system developments; and growth opportunities. It considers them from a qualitative standpoint to analyze the market potential of these sustainable systems. Author: Tiffany Kahapea
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Author Tiffany Kahapea
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Reusable and Modular Launch Systems
Keyword 2 Sustainable Systems
Keyword 3 Disruptive Technologies
Podcast No
WIP Number K8B9-01-00-00-00