PARIS — The European Commission, the European Investment Bank and InvestEU on April 27 opened Cassini Fund, which aims to invest 1 billion euros ($1.06 billion) through 2027 into space startups through partnerships with European investment funds.
Cassini’s goal is to invest in around 60 space startups per year once it is fully operational by creating 4-6 new investment funds per year.
Cassini arrives at a time when once-hesitant European markets are now much more favorably disposed to . . .
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