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ispace Wins Japanese Government’s SBIR Grant

ispace, Inc. has announced today that the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) has selected it for a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant worth up to approximately $80 million (12 billion Yen). The SBIR Project is a large-scale technology demonstration for startup companies in Japan conducting innovative research and development with the purpose of implementing these new technologies. 

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Horizon Technologies Receives UKSA Amber Mission Grant

Horizon Technologies

Horizon Technologies has announced a £1.2 Million grant from the UK Space Agency as part of a £2.8 Million total program called the Amber Phoenix Mission. The Phoenix Mission will see another Amber RF (Radio Frequency) Earth Observation payload launched into orbit in mid-2024. The Company made the announcement at an event at the Army-Navy Club in London. 

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RFA, Yuri and ATMOS Launch Microgravity Service

RFA ONE rocket. Credit RFA

Three German NewSpace companies, Rocket Factory Augsburg (RFA), Yuri, and ATMOS Space Cargo (ATMOS), have announced their new partnership and launch of their joint end-to-end service for microgravity life science research and product development. The companies disclosed the partnership at this year's edition of the Weltraumkongress in Berlin, Germany. This holistic solution consequently represents an unprecedented and flexible alternative to the ISS laboratory and initiates a new generation of microgravity research. 

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2nd German Space Congress – Interview with Manuel La Rosa Betancourt

NeutronStar Systems is one of the hidden gems in German in the Space sector. Torsten Kriening, Publisher at SpaceWatch.Global talked to Manuel La Rosa Betancourt, CEO and Co-founder of NeutronStar at the 2nd German Space Congress in Berlin about their status and their challenges as a startup in Germany.

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2nd German Space Congress – Interview with Alexander Reinhardt, BDLI

The 2nd German Space Congress, organized by BDI, is on its way today in Berlin, Germany. Our Publisher, Torsten Kriening spoke with Alexander Reinhardt, the new Head of the BDLI in Germany about his vision, the increase of outreach and the support of the space sector in Germany. Stay tuned for further updates.

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