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Max Q: Welcome to the era of MaaS (microgravity-as-a-service)

Hello and welcome back to Max Q!

In this issue:

Atmos Space Cargo is building return capsules for in-space research and manufacturing

The International Space Station has a monopoly on in-space research, but the huge surge of interest in commercial space is starting to change that. Atmos Space Cargo, a German startup, is looking to open up the opportunities for life sciences research and manufacturing in orbit with its return capsules that will deliver cargo from space back to Earth.

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Atmos CEO Sebastian Klaus. Image Credits: Atmos Space Cargo (opens in a new window)

Launcher’s Orbiter glitches in orbit, forcing emergency deployment of space startups’ payloads

Launcher’s Orbiter spacecraft experienced an anomaly after reaching orbit that will likely result in the premature end of its customers’ missions, including Starfish Space’s Otter Pup demonstration mission.

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Image Credits: Launcher

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Max Q: Welcome to the era of MaaS (microgravity-as-a-service) by Aria Alamalhodaei originally published on TechCrunch

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