New $200M Investment Vehicle Targets LEO Constellation Boom

Credit: NASA
A group of software and aerospace veterans are aiming to raise and spend $200 million to offer cloud computing and data analytics to the coming explosion of low-Earth-orbit satellite-based systems. NewSpace Networks was founded by Robert Cleave, once president of Lockheed Martin’s commercial space...
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