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|Published:||August 13, 1999|
|Origin:||Mars Society, August 13, 1999. Condensed from a doctoral dissertation in the School of Business, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, California, 1999.|
The potential for commerce in outer space is enormous. Although space commerce thus far has been limited to the satellite and launch industries, other New Space Industries (NSIs) are in the offing. Space tourism and entertainment, manufacturing, business parks, R&D, satellite repair and transfer services, space debris removal-these are just a few of the industries with long-range commercial outer-space potential. Crucial to the success of these NSIs is identifying the likely sources of their investment capital and overcoming the obstacles to their financing.