世界各国のリアルタイムなデータ・インテリジェンスで皆様をお手伝い



宇宙資源採掘市場:フェーズ毎(宇宙探査機設計、着手、運用)、小惑星タイプ毎、用途毎(建設、燃料、その他)、小惑星距離毎、リソース毎、地域毎 - 2025年までの世界市場予測

Space Mining Market by Phase (Spacecraft Design, Launch, and Operation), Type of Asteroid (C-Type, M-Type, S-Type), Application (Construction, Fuel, and Others), Asteroid Distance, Commodity Resources, and Geography - Global Forecast to 2025

 

出版社 出版日電子媒体価格ページ数図表数
MarketsandMarkets
マーケッツアンドマーケッツ
2018年10月 US$ 5,650
シングルユーザライセンス
114p72点

サマリー

幅広い市場に関する調査レポートを出版しているマーケッツアンドマーケッツ(MarketsandMarkets)の宇宙資源採掘市場に関する調査レポートです。

The space mining market to grow at a CAGR of 23.6% from 2018 to 2025

The space mining market is expected to grow from USD 0.65 billion in 2018 to USD 2.84 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 23.6%. Ongoing and impending space mining missions, increasing investments of private stakeholders in space mining companies, and rising number of government initiatives to frame regulations with respect to asteroid mining drive the space mining market growth. However, the high costs associated with asteroid mining may hinder the growth of the space mining market.

The market for the spacecraft design phase to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period

The space mining market for the spacecraft design phase is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. A spacecraft is a vehicle machine designed to fly in outer space. It used for various purposes, such as communications, earth observation, meteorology, navigation, space colonization, planetary exploration, and transportation of humans and cargo. Depending on the mission type, the overall spacecraft is designed, consisting of various devices, such as instruments (which includes radiometers, spectrometers, thermal emission and reflection systems, cameras, magnetometers, and multispectral scanners, among others), altitude control systems, and electric power systems. The design of the spacecraft has vital importance as the spacecraft has to sustain in critical or extreme conditions in space, such as microgravity.

Type M asteroids expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the space mining market during the forecast period

Type M asteroids are metallic asteroids and are made of rare metals, such as the platinum group metals (PGM). These asteroids dwell in the middle region of the main belt in between S-type and C-type asteroids and have albedos varying from 0.10 to 0.18. These asteroids account for nearly 8% of the known asteroids. Examples of M-type asteroids include 16 Psyche, 21 Lutetia, 22 Kalliope, and 55 Pandora, among others. Type M asteroid would grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. M-type asteroids can be mined, and mined materials can be used in construction activities in space. Precious metals can be mined and taken back to Earth. Hence, a few players are targeting M-type asteroids for exploration and mining.

Europe to grow at the highest CAGR in the space mining market during the forecast period

One of the pioneers in space agencies is the European Space Agency (ESA). ESA’s mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investments in space continue to deliver benefits to citizens across the world. Luxembourg is the first European country to have a legal framework for the extraction of space-based resources. Luxembourg, under the SpaceResources.lu initiative, provides legal, regulatory, and business environment, enabling private investors and companies to explore and use space resources. Also, the collaboration of Government of Luxembourg with various private players (such as Deep Space Industries and Planetary Resources) to explore and mine asteroids is expected to provide opportunities for the players in the space mining market. Therefore, Europe is likely to exhibit the highest CAGR in the space mining market during the forecast period.

In the process of determining and verifying the market size for several segments and subsegments gathered through secondary research, extensive primary interviews have been conducted with people holding key positions across regions. The breakup of the profiles of primary participants has been given below.

- By Company Size: Tier 1 = 55%, Tier 2 = 25%, and Tier 3 = 20%
- By Designation Level: C-Level Executives = 45%, Directors = 35%, and Others = 20%
- By Region: North America = 75%, Europe = 15%, and APAC = 10%

Major players and space agencies in the space mining market include Deep Space Industries (US); Planetary Resources (US); Moon Express (US); ispace (Japan); Asteroid Mining Corporation (UK); Shackleton Energy Company (SEC, US); Kleos Space (Luxembourg); TransAstra (US); OffWorld (US); SpaceFab.US (US); National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA, US); European Space Agency (ESA, France); Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA, Japan); China National Space Administration (CNSA, China); and Russian Federal Space Agency (ROSCOSMOS, Russia).

Reasons to Buy the Report

- Illustrative segmentation, analysis, and forecast pertaining to the space mining market based on phase, type of asteroid, and geography have been conducted to provide an overall view of the market.
- The report covers qualitative information on different types of commodity resources available in space, categorization of asteroids based on their distance from earth, applications of space mining, and space and on-earth utilization of space-mined materials.
- Major drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges pertaining to the space mining market have been detailed in this report.
- A detailed competitive landscape of the key players (along with their revenues) in the market has been included in this report.



目次

1 INTRODUCTION 13
1.1 STUDY OBJECTIVES 13
1.2 DEFINITION 13
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 14
1.3.1 MARKETS COVERED 14
1.4 YEARS CONSIDERED 14
1.5 CURRENCY 15
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 15

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 16
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 16
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 18
2.1.1.1 Data from secondary sources 18
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 18
2.1.2.1 Breakdown of primaries 19
2.1.2.2 Key data from primary sources 19
2.1.2.3 Key industry insights 20
2.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 20
2.2.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 20
2.2.1.1 Approach for capturing market size by bottom-up analysis
(demand side) 20
2.2.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 21
2.2.2.1 Approach for capturing market size by top-down analysis
(supply side) 22
2.3 MARKET BREAKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION 23
2.4 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 24

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 25

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 28
4.1 SPACE MINING MARKET, 2018-2025 28
4.2 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID 28
4.3 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE, BY COMPONENT 29
4.4 SPACE MINING MARKET: GEOGRAPHIC SNAPSHOT FOR 2025 29
-
5 MARKET OVERVIEW 30
5.1 INTRODUCTION 30
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 30
5.2.1 DRIVERS 31
5.2.1.1 Ongoing and impending space mining missions 31
5.2.1.2 Increasing investments and government initiatives to frame regulations with respect to asteroid mining 31
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 33
5.2.2.1 High costs associated with asteroid mining and prospecting missions 33
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 33
5.2.3.1 Government initiatives resulting in growing number of start-ups 33
5.2.3.2 Easily accessibility to NEAs 33
5.2.3.3 Adoption of in-situ resource utilization (ISRU) practice in space exploration 34
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 34
5.2.4.1 Landing a spacecraft on asteroids proves to be challenging 34
5.2.4.2 Space mining activities creating huge environmental risks that affect space and Earth 35

6 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY PHASE 36
6.1 INTRODUCTION 37
6.2 SPACECRAFT DESIGN 40
6.2.1 INSTRUMENTS 42
6.2.2 ALTITUDE CONTROL SYSTEM 42
6.2.3 ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM 42
6.2.4 OTHERS 43
6.3 LAUNCH 43
6.4 OPERATION 44

7 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID 46
7.1 INTRODUCTION 47
7.2 TYPE C 48
7.3 TYPE S 48
7.4 TYPE M 49
7.5 ASTEROID MINING PROCESS FLOW 54
7.5.1 PROSPECTING 54
7.5.2 TECHNIQUES TO DETERMINE CHARACTERISTICS OF AN ASTEROID 55
7.5.2.1 Spectrophotometry 55
7.5.2.2 Radiometry 55
7.5.2.3 Spectro-polarimetry 55
7.5.2.4 Hyperspectral imaging 56
7.5.2.5 Thermal modeling 56
7.5.2.6 Ground tracking 56
7.5.3 MINING, EXTRACTION, AND PROCESSING 56
7.5.4 STORAGE 57

8 DIFFERENT TYPES OF COMMODITY RESOURCES AVAILABLE IN SPACE 58
8.1 INTRODUCTION 58
8.2 WATER 59
8.2.1 LIQUID OXYGEN AND LIQUID HYDROGEN 59
8.3 PLATINUM GROUP METALS 60
8.4 STRUCTURAL ELEMENTS 60

9 CATEGORIZATION OF ASTEROIDS BASED ON THEIR DISTANCE FROM EARTH 61
9.1 INTRODUCTION 61
9.2 NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS 61
9.2.1 AMOR ASTEROIDS 62
9.2.2 APOLLO ASTEROIDS 62
9.2.3 ATEN ASTEROIDS 62
9.3 ASTEROID BELT DISTANCE RANGES FROM EARTH 63
9.3.1 0.7-0.99 AU 63
9.3.2 1.0-1.99 AU 63
9.3.3 2.0-2.49 AU 63
9.3.4 2.50-2.99 AU 63
9.3.5 GREATER THAN 3 AU 63

10 APPLICATIONS OF SPACE MINING 64
10.1 INTRODUCTION 64
10.2 EXTRATERRESTRIAL COMMODITY 64
10.3 CONSTRUCTION 64
10.4 HUMAN LIFE SUSTAINABILITY 64
10.5 FUEL 65
10.6 3D PRINTING 65

11 SPACE AND ON-EARTH UTILIZATION OF SPACE-MINED MATERIALS 66
11.1 INTRODUCTION 66
11.2 EARTH 66
11.3 SPACE 67

12 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF SPACE MINING MARKET 68
12.1 INTRODUCTION 69
12.2 NORTH AMERICA 70
12.2.1 US 70
12.2.2 CANADA 71
12.3 EUROPE & MIDDLE EAST 71
12.3.1 LUXEMBOURG 72
12.3.2 RUSSIA 72
12.3.3 GERMANY 73
12.3.4 UK 73
12.3.5 ISRAEL 73
12.4 APAC 74
12.4.1 JAPAN 74
12.4.2 CHINA 74
12.4.3 INDIA 75

13 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 76
13.1 OVERVIEW 76
13.2 RANKING ANALYSIS OF MARKET PLAYERS 77
13.2.1 FUNDING ACTIVITIES 78
13.2.2 PRODUCT LAUNCHES 78
13.2.3 AGREEMENTS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND CONTRACTS 79
13.2.4 EXPANSIONS 79

14 COMPANY PROFILES 80
(Business Overview, Product portfolio, Objectives, Recent Developments, and MnM View)*
14.1 KEY PLAYERS 80
14.1.1 DEEP SPACE INDUSTRIES (DSI) 80
14.1.2 PLANETARY RESOURCES 84
14.1.3 MOON EXPRESS 88
14.1.4 ISPACE 91
14.1.5 ASTEROID MINING CORPORATION 94
14.1.6 SHACKLETON ENERGY COMPANY (SEC) 96
14.1.7 KLEOS SPACE 98
14.1.8 TRANSASTRA 101
14.1.9 OFFWORLD 103
14.1.10 SPACEFAB.US 104
14.2 SPACE AGENCIES/OTHER KEY PLAYERS 106
14.2.1 NASA 106
14.2.2 ESA 106
14.2.3 JAXA 107
14.2.4 CHINA NATIONAL SPACE ADMINISTRATION 107
14.2.5 RUSSIAN FEDERAL SPACE AGENCY (ROSCOSMOS) 107
*Details on Business Overview, Product portfolio, Objectives, Recent Developments, and MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
-
15 APPENDIX 108
15.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 108
15.1 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 110
15.2 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 112
15.3 RELATED REPORTS 112
15.4 AUTHOR DETAILS 113

 

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 LIST OF ASTEROID PROSPECTING AND SAMPLE-RETURN MISSIONS 31
TABLE 2 COLLABORATIONS OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WITH PRIVATE PLAYERS 32
TABLE 3 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY PHASE, 2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 37
TABLE 4 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR OSIRIS-REX MISSION, BY PHASE,
2015-2021 (USD MILLION) 38
TABLE 5 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR LUCY MISSION, BY PHASE,
2018-2024 (USD MILLION) 38
TABLE 6 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR PSYCHE MISSION, BY PHASE,
2019-2024 (USD MILLION) 38
TABLE 7 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR HERA MISSION, BY PHASE,
2020-2024 (USD MILLION) 39
TABLE 8 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR DART MISSION, BY PHASE,
2017-2024 (USD MILLION) 39
TABLE 9 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR DESTINY+ MISSION, BY PHASE,
2019-2024 (USD MILLION) 40
TABLE 10 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE, BY COMPONENT, 2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 41
TABLE 11 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE, BY REGION,
2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 41
TABLE 12 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID, 2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 41
TABLE 13 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR LAUNCH PHASE, BY REGION,
2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 43
TABLE 14 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR LAUNCH PHASE, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID,
2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 43
TABLE 15 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR OPERATION PHASE, BY REGION,
2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 44
TABLE 16 SPACE MINING MARKET FOR OPERATION PHASE, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID,
2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 45
TABLE 17 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY TYPE OF ASTEROID, 2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 48
TABLE 18 LIST OF NEAREST COST EFFECTIVE ASTEROIDS 49
TABLE 19 LIST OF VALUABLE ASTEROIDS 50
TABLE 20 LIST OF SMALLEST ASTEROID 51
TABLE 21 DIFFERENT MISSIONS TO ASTEROIDS 52
TABLE 22 SPACE MINING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2016-2025 (USD MILLION) 69
TABLE 23 MARKET PLAYER RANKING, 2017 77
TABLE 24 FUNDING ACTIVITIES, 2016-2018 78
TABLE 25 PRODUCT LAUNCHES, 2015-2018 78
TABLE 26 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS, PARTNERSHIPS, AND CONTRACTS, 2015-2017 79
TABLE 27 EXPANSIONS, 2016-2017 79

 

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 SPACE MINING MARKET SEGMENTATION 14
FIGURE 2 SPACE MINING MARKET: PROCESS FLOW OF MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 16
FIGURE 3 SPACE MINING MARKET: RESEARCH DESIGN 17
FIGURE 4 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH TO ARRIVE AT MARKET SIZE 21
FIGURE 5 TOP-DOWN APPROACH TO ARRIVE AT MARKET SIZE 22
FIGURE 6 DATA TRIANGULATION 23
FIGURE 7 ASSUMPTIONS FOR RESEARCH STUDY 24
FIGURE 8 SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGEST SIZE OF SPACE MINING MARKET, BASED ON PHASE, BY 2025 25
FIGURE 9 C-TYPE ASTEROIDS TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGEST MARKET SIZE BY 2025 26
FIGURE 10 US TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGEST SHARE OF SPACE MINING MARKET BY 2025 27
FIGURE 11 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN SPACE MINING MARKET FROM 2018 TO 2025 28
FIGURE 12 C-TYPE ASTEROIDS TO DOMINATE SPACE MINING MARKET DURING
FORECAST PERIOD 28
FIGURE 13 MARKET FOR INSTRUMENTS EXPECTED TO DOMINATE SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE FROM 2018 TO 2025 29
FIGURE 14 US EXPECTED TO DOMINATE SPACE MINING MARKET DURING FORECAST PERIOD 29
FIGURE 15 ONGOING AND IMPEDING SPACE MINING MISSIONS TO DRIVE SPACE MINING MARKET GROWTH 30
FIGURE 16 SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE TO DOMINATE SPACE MINING MARKET 37
FIGURE 17 INSTRUMENTS SEGMENT TO LEAD SPACE MINING MARKET FOR SPACECRAFT DESIGN PHASE DURING FORECAST PERIOD 40
FIGURE 18 TYPES OF ASTEROIDS 47
FIGURE 19 C-TYPE OF ASTEROIDS TO DOMINATE SPACE MINING MARKET 47
FIGURE 20 C-TYPE ASTEROIDS HOLD LARGEST SHARE OF KNOWN ASTEROIDS AS OF 2017 48
FIGURE 21 PROCESSING OF ASTEROIDS FOR ISRU 57
FIGURE 22 TYPES OF COMMODITY RESOURCES FOR SPACE MINING 58
FIGURE 23 WATER EXTRACTION PROCESS FROM ASTEROIDS 59
FIGURE 24 TYPES OF NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS 61
FIGURE 25 ASTEROID BELTS LIE AT DISTANCE BETWEEN 2.0 AND 2.49 AU FROM EARTH HOLD LARGEST SHARE 63
FIGURE 26 ASTEROID MINING FLOW DIAGRAM 66
FIGURE 27 TOTAL NUMBER OF NEAR-EARTH ASTEROIDS DISCOVERED AS OF 2017 67
FIGURE 28 US TO ACCOUNT FOR LARGEST SIZE OF SPACE MINING MARKET BY 2025 69
FIGURE 29 TIMELINE: CHINA SPACE MINING 75
FIGURE 30 ORGANIC AND INORGANIC STRATEGIES ADOPTED BY COMPANIES OPERATING IN SPACE MINING MARKET 76
FIGURE 31 DSI: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 80
FIGURE 32 DSI: FUNDING INSIGHTS 81
FIGURE 33 PLANETARY RESOURCES: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 84
FIGURE 34 PLANETARY RESOURCES: FUNDING INSIGHTS 85
FIGURE 35 MOON EXPRESS: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 88
FIGURE 36 MOON EXPRESS: FUNDING INSIGHTS 88
FIGURE 37 ISPACE: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 91
FIGURE 38 ISPACE: FUNDING AUTHORITIES 92
FIGURE 39 ASTEROID MINING CORPORATION: FUNDING INSIGHTS 94
FIGURE 40 SEC: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 96
FIGURE 41 SEC: FUNDING INSIGHTS 96
FIGURE 42 KLEOS SPACE: ACTIVITY TIMELINE 98
FIGURE 43 KLEOS SPACE: FUNDING INSIGHTS 98
FIGURE 44 TRANSASTRA: FUNDING INSIGHTS 101
FIGURE 45 OFFWORLD: MISSION TIMELINE 103

 

COPYRIGHT(C) 2011-2018 DATA RESOURCES, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.