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Promoting Space Tourism June 25, 2001 Office of Space Commercialization Technology Administration U.S. Department of Commerce Challenges Facing the Space Tourism Industry International Space Station Access: What is the future for tourism aboard ISS?

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Promoting Space TourismJune 25, 2001Office of Space Commercialization Technology AdministrationU.S. Department of Commerce

challenges facing the space tourism industry
Challenges Facing the Space Tourism Industry
  • International Space Station Access: What is the future for tourism aboard ISS?
  • Vehicles: High-reliability, quick-turnaround, low-cost space vehicles are not yet available.
  • Launch Facilities: Availability, and suitability for new vehicles, may be problematic.
  • Private Investment: Inadequately informed investors are very reluctant to take financial risks.
helping industry meet these challenges
Helping IndustryMeet These Challenges
  • Advocating industry needs in the interagency space policy process
  • Encouraging investment through expanded space industry data
space pcc
Space PCC
  • Space Policy Coordinating Committee (PCC)
    • Chaired by NSC and comprised of senior-level representatives from the Departments and Agencies, as well as OSTP and OMB
    • Established March 2 with results expected in 6-9 months
  • Sub-teams established to work implementation issues
    • Space Transportation
    • Commercial Strategy
    • International Agreements
    • Spectrum
    • Export Controls
commercial range user requirements
Commercial Range User Requirements
  • OSTP-led interagency working group report issued February 2000.
  • Recommendations included inclusion of commercial range users’ requirements in Eastern and Western Range modernization.
  • Working group for commercial range input constituted, with DoC/OSC, DoD, AF, and FAA/AST representatives attending.
  • Space PCC assumed responsibility in early 2001.
memorandum of agreement moa
Memorandum of Agreement(MOA)
  • Cooperative arrangement between FAA, DOC/OSC, and the Air Force (AF), to establish a yearly transmittal to AF of commercial range users’ inputs, regarding Eastern and Western Range modernization
  • Important MOA elements:
    • FAA/DOC collection of commercial users requirements
    • FAA/DOC communication of commercial input to AF
    • AF decision regarding integration into range planning
    • AF updates to FAA/DOC regarding progress
space policy iss commercialization
Space Policy: ISS Commercialization
  • Coordinated national approach for ISS policies for tourism, advertising, and entertainment
  • Industry input requested by Commerce
economic data
Economic Data
  • Trends in Space Commerce released June 5, 2001
  • Available in PDF format at http://www.ta.doc.gov/space
  • Commercial focus
  • History and projections (through 2002)
  • Four sectors:
    • space transportation
    • satellite communications
    • space-based remote sensing
    • satellite navigation (GPS)
trends in space commerce highlights
Trends in Space Commerce: Highlights

Space Transportation:

  • $5.4 billion in commercial launch revenues in 2000, including $1.5 billion in U.S. sales
  • failure of LEO satellite constellations has curtailed demand
  • U.S. market share down from 49% in 1998 to 29% in 2000
trends in space commerce highlights10
Trends in Space Commerce: Highlights
  • Satellite Communications:
    • the dominant sector; revenues exceeding $67.5 billion in 2000; growth near 17% annually
    • U.S. market share slipping from an average of 60% during 1996-2001 to 46% in 2002
  • Remote Sensing (raw satellite imagery)
    • total market $173 million in 2000, of which 29% ($50 million) represented U.S. sales
    • U.S. firms growing at 20% annually vs. 14% for the rest of the world; U.S. market share expected to reach 36% in 2002
    • higher resolution to accelerate growth after 2002