A fast, new internet is coming.
And it’s coming from space.
Guess who’s leading the charge? You got it. Elon Musk.
SpaceX is a trendsetter for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The private company is the leader of the 21st century space race.
But it’s also creating so many outlets for you to invest in today (including a new space internet!).
Space is the industry to watch for new investment opportunities.
A Morgan Stanley report projects that the global space industry could generate revenue of more than $1 trillion by 2040, up from $350 billion today:
We have our eyes on three major space trends unfolding now in America 2.0’s Fourth Industrial Revolution and one investment to buy for exposure to all three innovations.
SPACE TREND NO. 1: SPACE INTERNET
Its ultimate plan is to cover our world with inexpensive, high-speed internet.
Thousands of satellites orbitting the Earth will deliver internet to every corner of the globe.
Early results are very promising. So far, it’s reached download speeds of up to 100 megabits per second (Mbps).
To put that into perspective, internet speeds of 100 Mbps or higher is enough to power a whole office.
SPACE TREND NO. 2: PRIVATE SPACEFLIGHT
It’s going to be a real mission to Mars!
The rockets being developed for space travel have a “fighting chance” to reach Mars by as early as 2024. Manned travel is close behind.
And these ships will have multiple purposes that will lower the cost of other space “fantasies,” such as bigger telescopes and more frequent resupplies.
Ultimately, these advanced space ships will give everyday people who aspire to fly to space the opportunity to get there.
SPACE TREND NO. 3: NANOSATELLITES AND RIDESHARING
The next-generation satellite industry is completely disrupting the traditional old-world satellite market of yesteryear.
In the not-too-distant past, launching a satellite took upward of $100 million and extended planning time. Government agencies and large defense contractors cornered the market.
But then, a private company developed the first private and liquid-fueled rocket, which is used to launch a commercial satellite into orbit.
Since that launch, the industry hasn’t been the same. This launch sparked other cutting-edge companies to follow suit.
In a short period of time, the satellites became smaller and cheaper to build. These satellites are now known as nanosatellites.
They have the capabilities of larger satellites but in a miniaturized two-pound package. Instead of $100 million to build and launch, their cost is in the thousands.
They’re superfast, orbiting the Earth in less than 100 minutes at speeds up to 17,000 mph.
And now rideshare programs will soon allow other nanosatellite manufacturers to hitch a ride on that rocket for a $1 million ticket.
According to ReportLinker.com, the global nanosatellite market is expected to reach $4.9 billion by 2025, expanding at an annual rate of 22% over the next five years.
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