Space Re-entry Vehicle Startup Lands $10M Seed Investment

Parachute drop test of Inversion’s tech demo capsule.
Credit: Inversion
Los Angeles-based Inversion, a space startup focusing on the return-to-Earth side of operations, has closed its $10 million seed round, the company announced Nov. 16. The round was led by Spark Capital and included Y Combinator, Embedded Ventures, Funders Club, Liquid 2 Ventures, and angel investors...
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