We will need international agreements, and ways to recover and recycle decommissioned satellites. 30 Voices on 2030 – The future of space brings together the different perspectives of 30 senior leaders from the space industry around the world – from heads of agency, engineers, and lawyers to entrepreneurs and politicians – who paint a vision of what we can expect. Still haven't found what you're looking for? Credit: James Vaughan (Used with permission) http://www.jamesvaughanphoto.com/directory-aerospace-defense-illustrations. Humans will live, work and holiday in space, — Space travel will be a collaborative multinational venture— Living in space will be easier but not easy— Zero gravity – new medical conditions and new treatments will be created— Many will experience space – but not all will go— You will know an astronaut— The human genome will change to support human deep space exploration, Confirmation of the existence and extent of life on Mars, whether ancient or current, will benefit human exploration. Here an exobiologist examines what appears to be a porous relic of a hot spring that has fallen from the canyon wall.Credit: NASA/Pat Rawlings, — We’ll successfully mine the Moon for water by 2030— We may finally discover evidence of life in space— We’ll operate assets remotely on the Moon like mines in the Pilbara— Growing and eating food in space will be commonplace— Virtual companions will assist with the mental health challenges of long space travel— We will look back in time more than 4 billion years, — Every business will be a space business— The leading space businesses of 2030 are start-ups today— Long-established terrestrial industries will build a presence in space— Government will be a customer of civil space businesses— Multinational co-operation, while challenging, will drive the peace dividend— Manufacturing in space will be real and viable, — Sustainability in space will benefit sustainability on Earth— There will be a ‘CFC moment’ in space which will trigger a moratorium on space debris— Space ecology will be imperative for our millennial generation— Space will get its own legal jurisdiction— Space will be forced to accelerate quickly as an operational domain for armed forces— A Masters of Space Ecology will be offered at universities, — Space data will become completely commoditised— An international regulatory body for space data will be established– AI will be commonplace in space— Data will not be owned – rather shared— Governments will conduct their census from space— Personal privacy will be challenged. Global Mega Trends to 2040 - What is a Mega Trend? What are the key trends within the deep space missions domain? We aim to respond to all questions on the same business day. Key ConclusionWhat makes our study unique? Read the perspectives of 30 space industry leaders. This study covers key industry Mega Trends impacting the space industry, and the implications on space of ongoing technological developments. One of the oldest plays in the industry playbook is space-based communications. This is a site license, allowing all users within a given geographical location of your organization access to the product. This study covers key industry Mega Trends impacting the space industry, and the implications on space of ongoing technological developments. By 2030, the report predicts, manufacturing in space will be real and viable and there will be assets such as mines operated remotely on the Moon. The future of space is female . What are the key trends within the satellite operations domain? A printed copy will be shipped to you.