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Techstars Space Startup Digest

Issue #63  •  March 7  •  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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Space Startup Spotlight
This Space TV Startup Plans To Stream Live Videos Of Earth’s Surface From Space In 2021
A startup company that hopes to provide live streaming of Earth from space has announced it will launch its first satellite in 2021, with four further satellites set to launch in 2022.
Stellar Perspective
Op-ed | Streamlined FCC licensing a big deal for smallsats
Beyond the reduced administrative fees, the FCC’s new satellite rule fixes major problems for smaller satellite constellations staying in the United States.
Relativity now operates one-third of the test stands at NASA’s Stennis Space Center.

DARPA’s competition to find a rapid rocket launch provider ends without a winner
The DARPA Launch Challenge, aimed at finding a rocket company that can rapidly send satellites to space, ended without a winner on March 2nd. Rocket startup Astra Space failed to launch before the contest’s deadline, losing out on $12 million — and now, no one will win the money prize.
Astronomical Raises
This Satellite Startup Raised $110 Million To Make Your Cellphone Work Everywhere

PredaSAR raises $25 million for radar satellite constellation

Cornellians’ company gets $15M in venture funding

MinoSpace raises $14 million to develop larger satellites

Launch Deals
Capella, Rocket Lab to Launch SAR Satellite to Mid-Inclination
Capella Space has signed a deal with Rocket Lab to launch one of the Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellites in its Whitney Constellation, calling it the first-ever SAR satellite to deliver commercial data into a mid-inclination orbit.  The mission will launch mid-2020 on an Electron launch vehicle from Rocket

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