This forum and its tags are for discussion of industries and technologies that aren't necessarily considered to be a part of the traditional space industry, but which are critical to enabling space infrastructure and derivative applications today.
For example, advances in manufacturing laid the foundation for the recent boom in the launch industry. The ability to execute new methods of 3D printing metals like titanium and Inconel, as well as using carbon fibre and other composites, have led to a new generation of launch vehicles and pushed the existing industry to modernise.
Space law and policy is more important than ever before. Businesses need easier access to space, which means simplifying bureaucracy, but at the same time as space becomes much more contested adhering to the law and agreeing to suitable policy is critical for humanity's utilisation of space beyond earth.
Any news related to, or discussion of technology, business, or industry which feeds into the supply chains of developing space infrastructure should be discussed here.
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