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NewSpace Global

NewSpace Global

NSG was founded in 2010, and is based in New York City. It is the leading information service provider on NewSpace, and has representatives in 12 cities around the world. NSG leverages its vast network (which includes investment banks, private equity/hedge funds, venture capitalists, angel investors, sovereign wealth funds, media, academia, government agencies, Fortune 500 companies and NewSpace entrepreneurs) to provide critical, timely, and accurate information for its subscribers. NSG has been featured on Fox News and CNBC, and was recently profiled by Space News. For more information, please visit http://www.NewSpaceGlobal.com.

 

 

 


Tracking the Tiny Twinkles of Twilight

More users of space mean more and better infrastructure to continue to improve the ability of small organizations, students and ordinary people to access the stars. Which means we’d better get used to future rocket launches setting new satellite deployment records and making the skies glitter with ever more little points of light.

From Millennium Falcon to Falcon 9

Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon can take off at a moment’s notice and escape from pursuers into space. And can land on almost any patch of ground. Why can’t we do that in 2012? The problem is the puny power of the chemical rocket.

That “NewSpace Moment”: Silicon Valley Redux

The recent berthing of SpaceX’s (NSG 100: SET; #1) Dragon capsule at the International Space Station (ISS) changed history by becoming the first commercial spacecraft to successfully berth with the […]