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Expanding into space

A half century after humans began exploring space, there has been a renewed focus on space. The catalysts are declining launch costs, advances in technology, high levels of private funding, and rejuvenated public-sector interest. Morgan Stanley Research believes the investment implications could be significant, with multiple potential opportunities in an industry which, by their estimate, may generate more than $1 trillion in revenues by 2040, up from $350 billion in July 2020.*
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These ETFs buy the stocks of companies involved in the manufacture of orbital and sub-orbital aerospace equipment, enabling technologies for aerospace, space operations, and commercial and military aircraft, as well as beneficiaries of space-related activities such as firms that do business in agriculture, Internet access, navigation, construction, and imaging.



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* Morgan Stanley Research, Space: Investing in the Final Frontier, July 24, 2020

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