IISC State of the Industry, January 28, 2019

In this week's update:

- Events from the last week in the space industry
- A look ahead on the calendar of the space industry
- Feature your Company in the SOTI
- Links of Note
This week in the space industry:
- Virgin Galactic lays off staff as test program contuines.
- Chinese Companies OneSpace and ISpace are preparing for first orbital launches.
- Wyler Claims breaktghrough in low cost antenna for OneWe, other satellite systems.

- Blue Orgin breaks ground on BE-4 factory, SaturnTest Stand at Marshall to be reactivated.
Coming up in the space industry:
- State of Space 2019-Jan 30
- Global Space and Technology Convention.-Feb 14.
- The 57th Annual Robert H. Goddard Memorial Symposium-Mar 19.
- Space Access Confernce-Aprr 18.
Feature your company in an upcoming issue of SOTI
IISC would like to feature your company in an upcoming issue of SOTI. Send your company profile to and spread the word about what your company is doing in this dawn of the Commericial  Space age.
Links of Note from the past week:
- Blue Origin breaks ground for BE-4 factory.
- Virgin Galactic lays off staff as test program continues.
Swarm raises $25 million for Smallsat Constellation.

- Shutdown toll mounts for NASA and Companies.
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