Astroscale Gets Nearly $16M From Europe For Elsa-M Servicer

Credit: Astroscale
Astroscale will build its Elsa-M satellite servicer for European customers and perhaps others with the goal of a late-2024 launch after a €14.8 million ($15.9 million) infusion via a European Space Agency (ESA) and OneWeb alliance. The latest funding will help take ELSA-M through manufacturing and...
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