PARIS — Satellite video Earth imaging startup Sen of Britain has contracted with NanoAvionics of Lithuania to build one 16U cubesat to launch in mid-2021, with an option for four more, to beam high-resolution video from low Earth orbit.
Sen Chief Executive and Founder Charles Black said the company has raised $3 million in equity from about 40 investors, and has already begun to generate income from cameras hosted on other companies’ satellites.
Sen launched one such 4K camera suite, with six individual cameras . . .
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