Space science and technology: WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN THE FUTURE?

Space technology and Sciences is a growing industry that already has an impact on our lives. It offers the potential for significant discoveries that could change how we travel and communicate and what we can do in space.
Rapid development in the field of Space Technology has changed many different fields in society. By making a post about it, we want to make clear the effects of this development on our lives and how we can go.

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According to Morgan Stanley’s research, the global space industry could yield 1 trillion USD or more in revenue by 2040, up from 350 billion in 2020. Similarly, estimates predict that the Space Market will grow at a compound growth rate of more than 8% in the next five years.

According to a recent Space Capital report, private investments in space companies hit a new high of 8.9 billion dollars in 2020. These statistics demonstrate the space industry’s rapid growth and provide insight into the future of space technology and investment.
Human-crewed low orbit missions and uncrewed space explorations and launches were used to push the human space exploration scenario.

However, technological advancements and the growing prevalence of impactful technologies such as artificial intelligence and automation have reshaped the space sector.

The startup sector has changed dramatically, with better funding and an upsurge in startups across all industries. In addition, many startups were launched with a keen interest in the space industry and space technology.

Last year NASA astronauts were propelled into orbit by the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. According to NASA, this initiative is part of the agency’s endeavors to offer secure, resilient, and cost-efficient missions to the ISS.
Apart from SpaceX, numerous private companies are dedicated to privatizing the space industry and launching private commercial quests.

The Indian government has recently announced the establishment of the Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Centre (IN-SPACe), which aspires to open up ISRO satellite data and amenities to private entities to be used to introduce new technologies.

In addition, the growing public interest in the space industry is also stimulating growth and investment.

NASA’s Artemis Lunar Exploration Program announced using innovative technologies to land the first woman of color on the Moon by 2024.

The goal to have crewed landings and airplane-aided rocket launches in the future are all examples of innovations opening new avenues for the space sector.

Reusable Rockets, Among Other Things

Technology has altered the way the world works. For example, artificial intelligence and robotics had quite a significant impact on business, automobile industries, commerce, and space.

For example, the development of reusable rockets lowers the cost of space exploration.

Major corporations such as SpaceX and Blue Origin produce reusable rockets capable of transporting cargo, satellite systems, or astronauts into orbit.
The advancement of reusable rockets will make space exploration more accessible to a broader population, rather than limiting it to the wealthiest nations. Elon Musk has indicated that it only uses half the price to build new rockets.

With private funding and investments pouring into the industry, we can expect lower-cost access to space and even orbital vacations in the coming years.

With all these technological advancements taking place, you can’t even imagine the endless possibilities that the future holds. Who knows, we might even be living on another planet!
Shiba Fathima
Copywriter at Doval Enterprises

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