COLORADO SPRINGS — Space products and services provided by the private sector grew by 7% in 2013, continuing a global trend to more commercial space activity as tight budgets and deliberate policy choices throttle back government space activity. The 2014 Space Foundation report released at the National Space Symposium here marked a 4% growth in what it calls the global space economy in 2013, to $314.17 billion. That rise was paced by a 4.6% increase in commercial space infrastructure ...
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