We deliver space news for decision makers.
Space is the next frontier of business, but in an industry defined by constantly evolving technology and policy, it can be hard to cut through the chatter of regurgitated press releases, media hype and marketing campaigns. The Downlink filters the deluge of information, and puts technology advances, emerging markets and policy developments into perspective. Your perspective.
You don’t need to know about the next scheduled launch: you need to know how that launch affects you and your business.
The Downlink provides focus across a broad spectrum of industry sectors, from communications innovations, to advanced robotics and additive manufacturing; domestic and international space policy to the relationships between those programs and the businesses they regulate; and the players that are helping establish the space economy in low Earth orbit and beyond. We understand that advances made in one sector, such as robotics and suborbital flight, impact other sectors, such as satellite maintenance and microgravity research.
With technology, it can be easy to get lost in the weeds when you are trying to reach for the stars. That’s why context is our main deliverable: we cover what you need to know, but also why you need to know it. In a field this competitive, context is critical to avoid expensive mistakes. And there are plenty of places to find regurgitated press releases online, but you won’t find them here. Whether it’s a long-form Q&A with an engineer, a business profile, or an investigative feature, our content consists of original reportage and analysis.
Kendra R Chamberlain, Co-Founder and Editor in Chief
Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Downlink, Kendra Chamberlain covers New Space business and technology developments. She’s spent six years covering emerging and enabling technologies in the telecom sector. Kendra also writes about renewable energy technologies and smart infrastructure. firstname.lastname@example.org
David S Lewis, CO-Founder and Editor
After navigating several successful print start-ups through the recession, David moved to freelance work, with an emphasis on investigative work and policy. A journalist and editor for over a dozen years, he has also consulted for cybersecurity companies, specializing in business strategies. A veteran of the U.S. Navy, he believes terrestrial unity will be enabled by increase in space exploration. email@example.com
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