Luxembourg government, private sector on space investment boom and its side effects

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — An Capricorn Investment Group principal downplayed worries of a space-sector investment bubble. The former CEO of DigitalGlobe said there is one and it could be dangerous. Luxembourg’s prime minister said the public-private partnership that created SES remains valid today, and Lockheed Martin’s space chief called for international regulations on space debris.

A panel discussion titled “The Space Economy Takes Off” held Jan. 23 at the World Economic Forum had just four participants, but it illustrated the full range of space sector sentiment.

Leading the . . .

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