Seraphim Capital’s startup accelerator initiative, which counts partnerships with multiple corporates, has revealed its latest spacetech startup participants from the UK, the US, Germany and Norway.

UK-based private equity group Seraphim Capital’s corporate-backed 11-week accelerator, Space Camp, selected the ninth cohort of seven companies today. Mission 9 included four domestic startups: orbital transfer vehicle provider Lunasa Space, debris monitoring service Odin, satellite thermal management system developer Smart IR and Deep Planet, which is working on an Earth observation analytics tool for…

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