Where Are We Headed? A Brief Look at Space Industry Developments

The FAA estimates that the sheer size of the global space transportation industry is a staggering $324 billion. With $125 billion, the United States takes up over a third of the market. The majority of this is the $87 billion generated by the satellite industry, which includes satellite services, satellite manufacturing, satellite ground equipment and…

Spaceport Locations – Piecing Together the Puzzle

The United States has spaceports located throughout the country with the most well-known, Kennedy Space Center, at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Florida’s Atlantic coast. It’s known for the NASA launch legacy from a time when public dollars were the only source of space industry financing. But with the recent commercialization of the space…

Spaceport Camden Expects Minimal Impact to Residents

There has been a lot of misinformation out there that involves incorrect launch trajectories and conclusions based on it. As of now, based on our initial expectations, the impact for local residents will be minimal and confined to the northern reaches of the island. Perhaps for a few hours (at the most), there will be…

Spaceport Camden Advocates Flood Senate With Support

Spaceport Camden supporters came out to the state Capitol in droves today to demonstrate their support for the Georgia Spaceflight bill, HB 734. On today’s hearing, Senator Bruce Thompson, Chairman of the Georgia State Senate Science & Technology Committee said: “This is the single most attention given to a bill in my tenure in the Senate….

Georgia Space Flight Act Passes the House!

Georgia Space Flight Act Passes House: Clears Path for Spaceport Camden Georgia is ready to compete in the $330 billion Commercial Space Race  The Georgia House of Representatives passed House Bill 734, the Georgia Spaceflight Act (GFSA), sponsored by State Representative Jason Spencer (RWoodbine), by a vote of 164-8. The bill defines procedures for spaceflight…