Colorado’s space economy, long underpinned by government space spending and facing an unprecedented challenge amid fiscal uncertainty, should focus on expanding commercial space services, innovation, and new public/private collaborations, according to a Brookings Institution study. At the same time, the findings outlined in “Launch: Taking Colorado’s Space Economy to the Next Level,” emphasize the importance of mobilizing political support to protect long-standing federal activities like ...
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