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Space Habitat Market size to grow by USD 94.92 Bn
by Staff Writers
Washington DC (SPX) Dec 10, 2021

File image of the Bigelow expandable module.

Technavio analyzes the space habitat market by technology (inflatable and non-inflatable) and geography (North America, Europe, APAC, and ROW). The report expects the market to witness an incremental growth of USD 94.92 million between 2020 and 2025, accelerating at a CAGR of 8.41% during the forecast period.

By technology, the market generated maximum revenue in the inflatable segment in 2020. The segment is driven by the lower risk posed by inflatable space habitat technology compared with non-inflatable space habitat technology. The market growth in the inflatable segment will be significant during the forecast period.

Space Habitat Market: Growth Drivers
The space habitat market is driven by the adoption of reusable launch vehicles. Reusable launch vehicles can be used to launch space vehicles to space and can be reused for subsequent launches. They help save cost, time, resources, and effort by eliminating the need for new launch systems. As these launch vehicles are already tested for functionality, the need for creating prototypes can be eliminated. Many such benefits are resulting in increased acceptance of reusable launch vehicles, which is driving the growth of the market.

The growth of the market will further with the development of launching pads. However, insufficient infrastructure and integrated technology for space colonization might adversely impact the market growth during the forecast period.

Major Five Space Habitat Companies:
AI SpaceFactory: The company develops advanced construction technologies for space exploration, autonomous robotics, and sustainable materials. The company offers Space Habitats such as Marsha and Tera.

Bigelow Aerospace LLC: The company designs and manufactures expandable space station modules. It also plans to create a modular set of space habitats for expanding space stations. The company offers Space Habitat such as B330.

Foster + Partners Group Ltd: The company offers a wide range of services such as design management, environmental engineering, industrial design, interiors, and others. The company offers Space Habitat such as Mars Habitat.

Instarz LLC: The company designs and manufactures self-sustainable space habitats and space technologies. Remnant is the space habitat offered by the company.

Lockheed Martin Corp.: The company offers satellites, space transportation systems, and strategic, advanced strike, and defensive systems. The company offers Space Habitat such as Orion.

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