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Commercial Satellite Launch Service Market Size

  • Report ID: GMI2600
  • Published Date: Sep 2023
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Commercial Satellite Launch Service Market Size

Commercial Satellite Launch Service Market size was valued at USD 9 billion in 2022 and is estimated to register a CAGR of over 10% between 2023 and 2032. The rising demand for various types of satellites including communication, Earth observation, navigation, and scientific will drive the market, stimulating the need for more frequent satellite launches. Industries, such as telecommunications, agriculture, and environmental monitoring, will fuel the demand for satellites. The miniaturization of satellite technology and the growing use of small satellites, often referred to as CubeSats & SmallSats, are propelling satellite launches.

 

Commercial Satellite Launch Service Market

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The expansion of global internet connectivity through satellite constellations is driving the need for large-scale satellite deployments. The growing demand for high-resolution imagery, environmental monitoring, disaster management, and resource assessment is leading to frequent satellite launches for Earth observation and remote sensing purposes. The advancements in launch vehicle technology, such as reusable rockets and increased payload capacity, are also making satellite launches more cost-effective & accessible, thereby reducing the entry barriers for new satellite operators and increasing the overall market activity.

 

Commercial satellite launch service refers to the business of providing launch vehicles and associated services to deliver satellites into space. These services are offered by private companies to a wide range of customers including government agencies, commercial satellite operators, research institutions, and the other entities that require satellites to be placed in specific orbits.

 

Launching satellites into space is a complex & costly endeavor. The expenses associated with building & launching rockets as well as ensuring their reliability can be a significant barrier for both satellite operators and launch service providers. Delays in launch schedules are quite common due to various factors including technical issues, weather conditions, regulatory approvals, and supply chain disruptions. These delays can impact the timely deployment of satellites and the execution of planned missions. The commercial satellite launch service industry has become more competitive with the emergence of multiple launch providers. Intense competition can exert pressure on pricing strategies and profit margins of launch service companies.

Authors: Suraj Gujar, Deeksha Vishwakarma

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Market size for commercial satellite launch service was valued at USD 9 billion in 2022 and will register over 10% CAGR from 2023-2032 due to the rising prominence of various types of satellites, including communication, Earth observation, navigation, and scientific worldwide.

The GEO orbit segment registered over 45% share of the commercial satellite launch service industry in 2022 on account of high application scope in communication services, such as satellite television, broadband internet, and mobile communications.

North America held over 38% share of the commercial satellite launch service in 2022 owing to the growing demand for global connectivity including broadband internet access, communication, and Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity in the region.

Arianespace (France), GK Launch Service (Russia), Lockheed Martin Corporation (U.S.), United Launch Alliance (ULA) (U.S.), and Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) (India) are some of the major commercial satellite launch service companies worldwide.

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  • Base Year: 2022
  • Companies covered: 14
  • Tables & Figures: 236
  • Countries covered: 19
  • Pages: 250
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