The pace of space launches has put an enormous strain on the capacity of spaceports worldwide. In 2022, 78 U.S. rockets sent payloads to orbit, up from 45 in 2021. The growth in demand is exponential. In this webinar, Global Spaceport Alliance Webinar Series focuses on the The Spaceport of the Future. U.S. Space Force launched its
EQUATORIAL LAUNCH AUSTRALIA signs multi-launch contract with INNOSPACE to conduct orbital launches from the ARNHEM SPACE CENTRE
17 August 2023, Adelaide, Australia and Sejong, Korea Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) the developer, owner and operator of the Arnhem Space Centre (ASC) on the Gove Peninsula in Australia’s Northern Territory, has today signed a multi-year, multi-launch contract with Korean aerospace company, INNOSPACE, for a series of orbital launches from the Australian spaceport. The agreement will see the launch of
KBR Joins the Global Spaceport Alliance! We are thrilled to announce that KBR has joined the Global Spaceport Alliance (GSA), allowing it to more broadly share its extensive aerospace experience and capabilities with the international spaceport community. Dr. George C. Nield, GSA’s Chairman, pointed out that, “KBR has a tremendous track record of working with both government
Enriching the Spaceport Community: International Space University Joins Global Spaceport Alliance! We are excited to announce the newest addition to our team, International Space University (ISU), who will be joining the Global Spaceport Alliance (GSA) membership. With a strong background in space education, ISU brings a wealth of expertise and enthusiasm that will significantly enhance our capabilities.