Bryce has updated their informative Orbital and Suborbital Launch Sites of the World chart.
This map is a comprehensive representation of global spaceports, highlighting their capabilities to support orbital, suborbital and ballistic missile launches.
The BryceTech team characterized more than 80 operational, planned and announced spaceports and major ballistic missile testing sites globally. Of those locations shown, 17 are active orbital launch sites supporting vertically launched vehicles only.
Most sites support vertical suborbital launches (for example: sounding rockets), a few sites support horizontal suborbital launches (an emerging capability) and 13 are exclusive ballistic missile testing sites with infrastructure that could be modified for space launch activity.
There are more than 20 proposed sites, with more being planned. The map illustrates the existing Bryce spaceport dataset, which includes operational attributes and competitive factors, from launch statistics and infrastructure details to weather and climate data.
Download the map at this direct link…