LeoLabs raises $65M Series B for its satellite monitoring and collision detection service

Written by: Christiana Okolie

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Low Earth orbit is full of stuff: not only bits of debris and junk, but also satellites — the number of which is growing rapidly alongside the decreasing cost of launch. This can occasionally pose a problem for satellite providers, whose valuable spacecraft run the risk of colliding with other satellites, or with the many thousands of other objects in orbit.

 

LeoLabs raises $65M Series B for its satellite monitoring and collision detection service | TechCrunch

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