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Government and Industry to Combine for 1

November 6, 2013

Government and Industry to Combine for 1,150 Satellites Over Next Decade

Paris, Montreal and Washington, D.C., Nov. 4, 2013—According to Euroconsult's recently published research report, Satellites to be Built & Lunched by 2022, World Market Survey , 115 satellites will be launched on average each year worldwide over the next 10 years (2013-2022). As several commercial and government constellations will be launched into low earth orbit