PARIS — Call it New Space dynamism or market delusion, but Europe’s small-launcher sector appears to be reaching a high-water mark with the investment by seven European governments of $59 million in seed money.
The most recent example: Startup launch service provider Isar Aerospace of Germany raised $17 million in a Series A funding round backed by existing investors Vito Ventures, UVC Partners, former SpaceX VP and current manager of German laser com terminal builder Mynaric Bulent Altan; and led by new investors Earlybird . . .
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