The report describes in detail the state of development of Russia’s  space industry in 2021, shaped by an increasing ambitions, close cooperation with private operators, and robust sales of know-how and equipment to emerging markets.

Russia's space industry report


Russia’s withdrawal from ISS, marks the beginning of country’s effort to decouple from wider state level multinational cooperation and similarly to the US and China try to chart its own strategy of space exploration. However considering the limited budget, Russia is eager as never before to strenghten its engagement with the world by increasing cooperation with foreign private players and emerging countries governments to take advantage of its launching and manufacturing capabilities. 

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In our market report on Russia’s space industry you will find: 

Data on Russia’s satellites on orbit

List of Russia’s current projects in space

Data on Russia’s major space facilities situated in the country (launch sites, plants, R&D facilities)

Profiles of state related entities involved in space industry

Profiles of private companies involved in space industry

Main directions of development for Russia’s space industry

Discussion of space industry financing schemes

Russia’s space industry segments

Russia’s space industry supply chain and its bottlenecks

Russia’s space industry competitive advantages and deficiencies

Engagements of Russia’s space companies and state agencies abroad


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