Spire Global lands deal with ESA for predictive weather data

Written by: Seraphim Capital

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  • Spire Global, a satellite analytics  and Seraphim Capital portfolio company, is partnering with ESA to use data from the Galileo constellation.
  • The deal is worth up to $2.7 billion over the next 25 years to Spire, the company told CNBC exclusively.
  • Two of Spire’s recently launched satellites used signals from the Galileo satellite constellation to measure changes in the Earth’s atmosphere through a technique called “radio occultation.”

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