Fabien Jordan Credit: ELSE SA
UPDATE Aug. 8, 2017: ELSE announced closing a second $3-million round of funding with a group of investors led by Airbus Ventures, a Geneva-based asset manager and private investors. The company said its first two nanosatellites are on schedule for launches in 2018. Combined with a previous $3 million in grants and a European Space Agency contract, ELSE says it now has sufficient funds to build and launch its first two demonstration satellites in 2018.
ELSE/Astrocast CEO Fabien Jordan said: “This seed round validates our ambitious plan . . .
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