Latest Bryce space start up report for 2021 provides a fantastic snapshot in time for the global spacetech domain. This annual report captures the dynamics of the industry like no other report - required reading for anyone seriously interested in New Space.
Only criticism is that they don't include the the Seraphim Space Camp accelerator portfolio (which today numbers +50 space startups) as part of the overall Seraphim Capital figures. However they do include the Techstars accelerator portfolio - so not entirely consistent.
You can access the report from the Bryce Tech website via the link below:
The first report in the Start Up Space series was released in 2016 and was supported in part by the NASA.