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Techstars Space Startup Digest

This week's Digest takes a look at a number of startups proving that this new commercial frontier is
Issue #5  •  December 15  •  view online
Bringing you out of this world content focused on startups bridging the gap between humanity and the next great frontier: Space.
This week’s Digest takes a look at a number of startups proving that this new commercial frontier is becoming ever more accessible to nascent ventures from all over our pale blue dot.
A New Era of Startup Opportunity
Rocket Lab: The extraordinary story of how New Zealand entered the space race - The Listener
Half a century after the first manned spacecraft orbited the moon and Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey surged across cinema screens, the space race is back on and New Zealand is in the game. Are we ready?
To Commercialize Space We Need To Build Infrastructure, Not Just Launch Rockets

A Millennial’s Tiny Satellites Are Helping China Advance in the Space Race - Bloomberg

One Rocket's Trash, Another Startup's Opportunity
ISRO to design fourth stage rockets that stay 'alive' for experiments months after launch- Technology News, Firstpost
ISRO will demonstrate this technology in the upcoming PSLV-C44 launch mission in January, 2019.
To Clean Up Space Junk, Some People Grabbed a Net and Harpoon | WIRED

Space Startup Flight Heritage
ICEYE’s first satellite in their SAR constellation is a crystal-clear example of how accessible space is becoming for startups to create tremendous value in orbit.
This image of Spain is the first from an all-seeing satellite constellation by startup ICEYE
Satellite startup ICEYE is riding a wave of success this year and its ICEYE-X2 satellite is no different. The company gave CNBC a look at the satellite’s first image on Monday.
Space Startup Mashup
Decentralized: GPS.
Techstars Startup Digest Space is curated by:
Julian Miller Julian Miller - @gvillesjules
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