Isar Aerospace, fresh off a $165M C-round at higher valuation, on why bigger rockets are better than small ones — up to a point

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — In the latest example of how the space sector is getting too big and diverse to fit into neat market generalities, German launch-service startup Isar Aerospace raised $165 million in C-round backing from 10 investors.

The company said it has booked $100 million in firm orders from government and commercial customers.

Munich-based Isar, already among the better-funded of Europe’s launcher startups with $180 million in previous financing, said it now has enough funding to carry it well beyond its inaugural flight . . .

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