SpaceNews Magazine – August 29, 2016
SpaceX’s crowded manifest
Nine customers still expecting to launch on Falcon 9 by year’s end<
What’s in a name?
For OSIRIS-REx, quite a lot, actually
The aero-connectivity market is soaring to new heights
After Eutelsat’s earnings bomb
Was the world’s third-largest fleet owner’s profit warning a blip or something bigger?
Putting the ROI in asteroid
Asteroid-mining startups chip away at an audacious goal one piece of business at a time
Prospecting for another SES
Luxembourg’s deputy prime minister explains his nation’s interest in asteroid-mining ventures
DigitalGlobe CTO Walter Scott calls for modernizing U.S. satellite imaging regulations
Whatever happened to space tourism?
Dylan Taylor on the next wave of NewSpace investment: private equity
Armand Musey on why it may no longer make sense to build satellites to last 15 years
Satellite operator consolidation: necessary and impossible