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Marc Bell
Today, Terran Orbital Corporation announced a new lineup of seven standard satellite bus platforms. Over a decade ago, Terran Orbital pioneered the creation of CubeSat standards, and today, we are establishing new benchmarks for satellite technology for the coming decade. $LLAP #space
Invested in Rocket Lab USA
Interstellar, maaaAan. #space
Invested in Momentus
Outside of the IPO blitz we saw in the pandemic, another one was seen: SPAC or Special-purpose acquisition company/ blank check. I saw them as being a boom to either burst or build outside of the economy during that time going into the shift we’ve seen with both IPOs and SPACs. Between January and July 2021, the average monthly redemption rate for SPACs ranged from 7% to 43% and saw -54% returSee more
Terran Orbital CEO Breaks Down Historic $2.4 Billion Space Satellite Deal Marc Bell, Co-founder and CEO of Terran Orbital ($LLAP ) discusses how the company recently won a $2.4 billion contract to build satellites for Rivada Space Networks. Bell says it is the largest small-satellite contract ever awarded in history. Check out the full interview here: more
Added Astra Space to long-term portfolio
Very similar to $PL but with more diverse set of services. Speaking of planet labs, I guess it's bad to collaborate with government agencies if you're a private company? At least that's what the stock plummet has shown me. I could be wrong. Luckily this company hasn't done that yet. I've been seeing and hearing good things about Astra so it will be a long term investment. #buildandgrow #longterm #space #spaceeconomy #spaceindustry #spaceexploration

🚀 What are you most curious about in the growing #space economy? ICYMI - Public Live host @kinsey sat down with @chrisdaehnick and @jessharrington of McKinsey’s aerospace and defense team as they offered an outlook on the growing space economy. Listen to the recording (link in the comments) and check out the #PublicLiveHighlights below 👇🏽 Show Highlights 🚀 Public companies are increasingly building in the space economy, providing investors with more opportunities to own a piece of businesses that could benefit from the growing number of use-cases for space technology. 🚀 @jessharrington believes the most competitive space companies address a near-term market need without sacrificing loftier, longer-term innovation. 🚀 What does it take to lead a successful business in the space economy? @chrisdaehnick says CEOs require visionary thinking as well as pragmatism, e.g. executives “who are actually grounded in the market.” 🚀 How does space technology impact life on Earth? Emerging use-cases include: improved global Internet connection, more accurate systems for weather prediction, and satellite photography. 🚀 @chrisdaehnick believes that consumer space tourism and transportation will be niche experiences, due to the energy levels required to launch rockets and lack of financial accessibility. 🚀 As satellite production increases, space debris will become an important problem to solve. Avoiding collisions requires large-scale cooperation and technological solutions that are actively being worked on by satellite tech players. 🚀 Government contracts are shifting to new entrants that can build products quickly and at an efficient cost. These entities partner with the private sector via leasing or subscription models. 🚀 @chrisdaehnick says that the space industry today feels “qualitatively different” than in the Apollo era, when space competition was between governments. Today’s space competition involves more entrepreneurship, and he’s optimistic about the unexpected and creative use cases to come. **This content is for informational purposes and is not investment advice. Investing involves risk of loss. #PublicLive #PublicLiveReplay #SpaceEconomy #viewsfromspace

Emerging tech use-cases25.51%
Consumer space tourism17%
Space debris17.81%
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