The nanosatellite and microsatellite market has witnessed a considerable growth in the recent past. The market is mainly driven by factors such as introduction of CubeSat standard by the U.S. based National Aeronautical Space Administration (NASA), advancement in microelectronics technology, the increase in satellite launch manifesting capacity at global level, government initiatives, and rising commercial applications of satellite services.
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This market research report provides a comprehensive overview of the nanosatellite and microsatellite market
- Future potential of the market through its forecast for the period 2020– 2030
- Major factors driving the market and their impact during the short, medium, and long terms
- Market restraints and their impact during the short, medium, and long terms
- Recent trends and evolving opportunities for the market participants
- Historical and the present size of the market segments and understand their comparative future potential
- Potential of on-demand logistics services, so the market players make informed decisions on the sales of their offerings
In 2014, nearly two third of the total satellite launched had masses less than 50 kg. The CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI) of National Aeronautics and Space Administration has introduced the inexpensive versions of nanosatellite and microsatellite auxiliary payloads services. Currently under CubeSat Launch Initiative (CSLI), nanosatellite and microsatellite can be launched at a cost of $100,000. CubeSat launch initiative is not restricted for the lower Earth orbital. In 2016, NASA is planning to launch 6U CubeSat for Mars orbital.
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Average satellites launched per year has grown more than twofold in 2014 as compared to the average per year satellite launches between 2011 and 2013. Moreover, the average mass of the satellites has also declined significantly during the last few years. In 2014, the average mass of a satellite was 30% less than average mass of satellite in 2013.