PARIS — Many New Space companies shy away from talking about costs as though it’s an inappropriate topic. Emiliano Kargieman, founder and chief executive of geospatial data provider Satellogic, thinks it’s not just appropriate, but essential.
Satellogic has eight 1-meter-resolution optical observation satellites in orbit and another 16, with 70-centimeter imagers, scheduled for orbit aboard China Great Wall Industry Corp. (CGWIC) Long March rockets by mid-2020.
The company has raised slightly more than $100 million, enough to reach cash-flow . . .
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