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Techstars Space Startup Digest

Issue #61  •  February 15  •  view online
Bringing you out of this world content focused on startups bridging the gap between humanity and the next great frontier: Space.

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Stellar Perspective
The space industry's B.S. problem
A space industry flush with startups and easy money struggles to tamp down all the B.S.
Opinion: Satellites and space debris are polluting our orbit. More than the stars are at stake
Humanity has spent 60 years sending more and more advanced satellites into orbit and not bothering to clean up the junk. Now, private ventures threaten to make it worse – and unless we act, exploring and even seeing outer space will get much harder
Space Exits
Spaceflight Industries to sell rideshare business to Japanese firms
Spaceflight Industries announced Feb. 11 it will sell its smallsat rideshare launch business to a pair of Japanese companies so it can focus on BlackSky.
Public Support
Orbital debris startup Astroscale chosen by JAXA for its first space junk removal mission
Japanese orbital debris removal technology startup Astroscale is going to be working with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on the agency’s first mission to remove some of the junk that currently exists on orbit.
Astronomical Fundraises
Exclusive: Space Internet startup Astranis raises $90 million

Orbital Partnerships
Blue Canyon Technologies to supply bus for Made In Space's Archinaut One
Blue Canyon Technologies announced plans Feb. 12 to supply its X-SAT small satellite for Made In Space’s Archinaut One on-orbit manufacturing demonstration mission.
Space Startup Spotlight
Rocket Lab turns attention to satellite efforts
Small launch vehicle firm Rocket Lab plans to focus on its satellite program in 2020, offering a high-performance bus that complements its existing rocket.

Techstars Startup Digest Space is curated by:
Julian Miller Julian Miller - @gvillesjules
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