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Techstars Space Startup Digest

Issue #67  •  April 12  •  View online  •  Suggest a link
Bringing you out of this world content focused on startups bridging the gap between humanity and the next great frontier: Space.
Space Startup Spotlight
SAS Global enters bankruptcy-like status
Cash-strapped startup Sky and Space Global transferred control of the company April 6 to an accounting firm in an effort to preserve some or all of its business. 
Iceye CEO Looks to Solve Problems with SAR Data
Finnish startup Iceye has big ambitions — the smallsat company wants to do for satellite imagery what IBM did for computing in the ‘80s. “We want to democratize the technology, to make it available for everyone,” said Rafal Modrzewski, the company’s co-founder and CEO.
SSA Matters
If the COVID-19 models remind you of the Kessler Syndrome, they should

Astronomical Fundraisings
Australian IoT startup Myriota raises $19 million
Founded in 2015 to commercialize cheap, narrowband signal transmitters developed at the University of South Australia, Myriota has raised $37 million total.
Stellar Perspective
Bessemer’s Tess Hatch on the evolving aerospace market and COVID-19 adjustments
The aerospace market is evolving quickly and merging with other segments of tech, making it an exciting space for both startups and investors — but the complications of the global pandemic are being felt by both.
Techstars Startup Digest Space is curated by:
Julian Miller Julian Miller - @gvillesjules
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