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- Voyager Space’s new funding
- Orbital Sidekick’s hyperspectral ambitions
- News from The Exploration Company, Capella Space, LeoLabs and more
This recent investment by Voyager Space shows that the company is serious about its future plans for a private space station. With this money, Voyager will be able to continue developing Starlab, which is an incredibly capital-intensive project. The fact that the company has already raised so much money shows that there is huge potential for success with this venture.
The funding will be used to develop technology for low-cost orbital transportation, and is expected to help fuel the next wave of space exploration.
As the Voyager 1 spacecraft continues to explore the outer reaches of our solar system, it has revealed a wealth of new information about our cosmic neighborhood. One such
In recent years, however, companies have begun working to invest in more advanced leak detection methods. One such approach is utilizing satellites to scan pipelines for signs of a leak. This method is much more efficient and less expensive than current approaches, and it has the potential to be used on a large scale.
Orbital Sidekick has emerged as the leading provider of data analytics for energy companies, thanks to its unique ability to process hyperspectral imagery using a constellation of satellites. This technology allows Orbital Sidekick to generate intelligence that is highly accurate and persistent, which has made it an ideal solution for operators looking for enhanced monitoring capabilities. Thanks to its success, Orbital Sidekick is poised to become a major player in the energy industry and play a key role in helping operators better manage their businesses
What if there was a pair of robotic sidekicks orbiting the Earth, ready to offer support and assistance to anyone in need? Known as Orbital Sidekick, these
More news from TG+ and beyond
- Axiom Space’s private missions to the International Space Station will be mostly crewed by government customers, rather than privately paying individuals. (SpaceNews)
- Capella Space launched a defense-focused subsidiary, Capella Federal, as demand for satellite imagery heats up. (TechGround)
- Embedded Ventures closed a $100 million fund to invest in early-stage startups that can serve commercial and defense sectors, in industries including advanced manufacturing, space operations and digital engineering. (CNBC)
- The Exploration Company closed €40 million ($43.9 million) in new funding as it seeks to commercialize its reusable space capsule. (PitchBook)
- The Indian Space Research Organization released more details on the causes behind the botched launch for the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle last August. (ISRO)
- LeoLabs, a space domain awareness and orbital mapping company, expanded its network of ground-based space radars with a new site in Western Australia. (LeoLabs)
- Relativity Space’s Terran 1 has a static fire test still to complete before its first launch. (Tim Ellis)
- Sierra Space completed a third stress test of its Large Integrated Flexible Environment (LIFE) Habitat, with the unit’s pressure shell bursting after over 150 hours, a timescale that exceed’s NASA’s certification requirements. (Sierra Space)
- Virgin Orbit was thrown yet another lifeline from Richard Branson’s Virgin Investments Ltd. (Ars Technica)
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