California Space Enterprise - Frequently Asked Questions
The California Space Authority (CSA) broadly defines space enterprise as: “Activities that involve sub-orbital, orbital, lunar, planetary or deep space systems, operations, or related services, including supporting activities such as technology development; manufacturing; operation of ground systems, ranges and test sites; space-related education and training and governmental support.
California space enterprise is a $20 billion business enjoying 24% of the global space enterprise market. It boasts a total employment impact of over 250,000 jobs, with the average industry salary being over $55,000. California space enterprise touches every Congressional and State legislative district and has a total economic impact of $120B. See CSA's Space Enterprise Fact Sheet: Service To You flyer--pdf
Please see caindex.html.
This is a designation created in legislation by the State of California. For a complete copy of the code, see Spaceport Authority.
Simply review our current member list and benefits of CSA membership. Then use the membership application form to join. All are available from this web page: membership.html.
If in doubt, just give CSA a call at (805) 349-2633.