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Interview: Raul Torres, CEO of smallsat launcher startup PLD Space

PARIS — Startup small-satellite launch service provider PLD Space’s recent financing round of 9 million euros ($10.5 million) brings the company’s Series A to 17 million euros to finance two suborbital missions in 2019 before developing its orbital vehicle. PLD wants its Arion 2 orbital rocket —...

Interview: Audacy CEO Ralph Ewig

PARIS — Audacy’s June 6 operating license from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has already had the effect of triggering a $4 million financing, in the form of equity-secured debt, from Horizon Technology Finance. That brings Audacy financing to far to $11.1 million, with...

Interview: Kfir Benjamin, CEO, satellite terminal builder GetSat

PARIS — Israel’s GetSAT satcom terminal builder worked mainly under the public radar since it was formed in late 2013 before announcing in March a “multimillion-dollar” contract with the U.S. government for its MicroSAT and MilliSAT land and maritime terminals. The company advertises its MicroSAT...

Europe’s space industry to EU: Can we talk about your new space policy?

PARIS — Europe’s space industry association, ASD Eurospace, took a quick, informal look at the European Commission’s 2021-2027 space budget and policy proposal and produced a series of counterproposals and questions. With an inflation-adjusted 28% increase, all the more remarkable given the likely...

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Interview: Audacy CEO Ralph Ewig

PARIS — Audacy’s June 6 operating license from the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has already had the effect of triggering a $4 million financing, in the form of equity-secured debt, from Horizon Technology Finance. That brings Audacy financing to...

Interview: Kfir Benjamin, CEO, satellite terminal builder GetSat

PARIS — Israel’s GetSAT satcom terminal builder worked mainly under the public radar since it was formed in late 2013 before announcing in March a “multimillion-dollar” contract with the U.S. government for its MicroSAT and MilliSAT land and maritime terminals. The...