At the Space Tech Expo May 24, space industry executives and startup founders shared advice for fledgling startups.
Benchmark Space Systems announced plans May 24 to produce engines in the United Kingdom and to work with U.K. startup Space Forge to develop reusable chemical propulsion systems.
Adding microwave sounders to its constellation will not push back the timeline for startup Tomorrow.io to begin gathering weather data via satellite.
Capella Space raised $97 million in a Series C investment round.
Companies pursuing emerging technologies are getting funding from venture investors but also are looking for U.S. government support
Copernic Space, the latest company to bring Kevin O’Connell onto its advisory board, is unlike other ventures the former director of the U.S. Office of Space Commerce has joined.
Many space technologies developed by entrepreneurs haven't been allowed a proverbial seat at the table, says industry executive Charles Beames
At South by Southwest in Austin, space had a surprisingly large presence, with parallel conference sessions and other events on a wide range of topics. That included panel sessions where companies argued that both Austin and Houston were growing hubs of the space economy.
Startup accelerators are an important ingredient of the evolving space ecosystem. Entrepreneurs say accelerators are particularly helpful for startups looking to break into the military space market.
A new Commercial Space Futures Office is helping the Space Force analyze the technical and financial wherewithal of commercial space companies.
Radian Aerospace, a startup developing a reusable spaceplane, announced March 30 that Jeff Matthews, a founding member of Deloitte Consulting’s space sector practice, would become the company’s director of strategy.
Boeing executives are meeting with startups at the Satellite 2022 conference with an eye toward investment and collaboration.
CesiumAstro Inc. raised $60 million in a Series B funding round led by Airbus Ventures and Forever Ventures.
Capacity is the biggest constraint for Orbital Sidekick, the hyperspectral imaging startup that is acquiring data from Aurora, its first sensor launched in June.
SpaceLink announced plans Feb. 24 to establish an initial constellation of smaller satellites than previously planned, a move designed to slash the cost and speed up the rollout of initial data-relay services.