Daily Archives: 03.06.2021

Here’s Which VC-Backed Companies Are Going Public Via SPAC This Year (So Far)

Going public through a special purpose acquisition company is officially mainstream. Special purpose acquisition companies, once looked down upon by Wall Street-types as a less respectable way to go public, have been forming and going public at an unprecedented pace this year. According to SPAC Insider, 298 SPACs have had an initial public offering so far this year, raising more ...

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Lunar Rovers! Transform and Roll Out!

A number of missions are destined for the Moon before this decade is over. In addition to the Artemis Program, the European Space Agency (ESA), the China National Space Agency (CNSA), Roscosmos, and other space agencies have some ambitious plans of their own. These include sending robotic missions to characterize the local environment, scout out resources, and pave the way ...

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As CRS-22 Readies for Thursday Launch, SpaceX, AxiomSpace Plan for Four Missions Through 2023

Measuring 230 feet (70 meters) from tip to tail, the Falcon 9 and its CRS-22 Dragon are trundled horizontally out to Pad 39A on Tuesday. Photo Credit: NASA As NASA presented a “What’s On Board” briefing ahead of the CRS-22 Dragon cargo mission to the International Space Station (ISS), the weather outlook for Thursday’s opening launch attempt is trending slightly ...

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12-month rolling Exchequer deficit stands at €12.2bn

VAT receipts were particularly strong, up 12.5% on profile at €2.296 billion The Exchequer deficit on a twelve-month rolling basis was just over €12 billion in May, according to figures from the Department of Finance. Tax receipts in May were 8.2% ahead of expectations at €7.5 million. VAT receipts were particularly strong, up 12.5% on profile at €2.296 billion. Income ...

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