"Alumni from our previous cohorts are launching space systems and infrastructure, raising tens of millions of dollars in venture capital as well as receiving lucrative contracts from both government and commercial customers."
Techstars' Space Accelerator announced its second class of space-related companies are developing technology with multiple uses in space. Reporter Samson Amore has a look at this year's crop.
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