The 9th edition of Paris Space Week will take place in Grande Arche Area at the h…
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency has launched several initiatives to team up with the private sector and make it easier for new entrants to do business with the government
China’s commercial space sector has been expanding rapidly ever since the central government opened space to private capital, but activity appears to be slowing.
The space sector in general has proven resilient throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Alexandre Najjar, Euroconsult senior consultant, said Aug. 12 during a Small Satellite Conference side panel.
A startup under contract to the U.S. Space Force is investigating the use of solar-powered vehicles for operations in deep space beyond Earth orbit.
SkyWatch Space Applications raised 20.9 million Canadian dollars ($17.2 ) in a Series B funding round, less than 17 months after welcoming investors to its Series A round.
Amazon Web Services announced June 10 it selected 10 U.S. and European space startups for a four-week accelerator program.
Techstars Space Accelerator launched its 2021 class June 7 with nine U.S. and one Australian company.
LeoLabs plans to accelerate deployment of its global radar network and expand space situational awareness services with $65 million raised in a Series B financing round announced June 3.
Kleos Space is conducting a six-month test of technology for in-space manufacturing of large 3D carbon fiber structures.
Albedo, the space startup planning to offer Earth imagery with a resolution of 10 centimeters per pixel, raised $10 million in a seed funding round led by Initialized Capital.
AE Industrial Partners subsidiary American Pacific Corp. announced a multimillion-dollar investment in Frontier Aerospace, a space propulsion startup based in Simi Valley, California. The terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Orbital Sidekick announced a $16 million Series A funding round April 13 led by Singapore investment giant Temasek that clears the way for the company to complete development of its first constellation of hyperspectral imaging satellites.
Many space startups are not aware of their export control obligations and are exposed to punitive sanctions. With five different export control mechanisms, this is no surprise. If your startup has an international client, supplier, expert, investor, or cooperation, you might just need a permit.
A technology accelerator program funded by the National Geospatial Intelligence Agency has selected eight startups that will receive $100,000 grants.
Amazon Web Services is working with Seraphim Capital on a space accelerator program for startups.