The space economy grew at fastest rate in years to $469 billion in 2021, report says
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July 27, 20222 min read343 words
Published: July 27, 2022  |  2 min read343 words
The global space economy grew last year at the fastest annual rate since 2014, hitting a record of $469 billion, according to a report by the Space Foundation released Wednesday. Total output by the world's governments and corporations in the realm of rockets, satellites and more...
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Jul 27
This is a pretty surface-level article that only cites one source, and someone who has a vested interest in reporting the growth of the industry. Despite these shortcomings, the article does appear accurate.
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