The potential fortunes to be made from small satellites—with large fleets of low-Earth-orbit (LEO) communications satellites and big-data analysis culled from remote sensing constellations—remain highly uncertain, caution satellite industry analysts. Alongside those developments, a flurry of investments in small launch vehicles is equally precarious. The satellite business remains dominated by markets built around end users, in particular satellite television. In all, ...

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