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Terran Orbital Stock: SmallSat Company Big on Defense

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into space, there’s been another SPAC attack. NewSpace company Terran Orbital just announced plans to go public by merging with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). We had finally finished slogging through a dozen shiny investor decks, starting two years ago with space tourism company […]

6 SmallSat Companies Building and Launching Satellites

The year is already off to an exciting start if you’re one of those people whose pulse races a little faster when you hear the “final frontier” intro to any Star Trek episode. SpaceX just completed a successful test of its crewed launch system, “piloted” by a mannequin named Ripley, all but ensuring we’ll be […]

10 SmallSat Startups Launching Fleets into Outer Space

We recently introduced you to the super-secret, shadowy government agency known as DARPA. The organization is behind the development of everything from the internet to Google Maps, and they generously fund innovative tech startups when not extracting advanced technologies from alien spaceships. The agency blinked into existence when in 1957 the Soviet Union launched Sputnik, […]

Sidus Space Stock: A Tiny Geospatial Intelligence Stock

Just like market reports, reliable business statistics are hard to come by. Somewhere between 0.00006% and 2.5% of companies reach the billion-dollar milestone. There’s an order of magnitude or two between those two numbers, but the message is clear nonetheless: The odds of becoming a billion-dollar success are pretty darn high. Of course, there are […]

Is Astra Space Stock Ready to Launch Real Revenues?

What a catch! No, we’re not talking about our staff of MBAs. Earlier this week, Rocket Lab (RKLB) snatched a booster stage out of mid-air with a helicopter. The launch company is following the SpaceX model by developing reusable rocket boosters, which many see as the best way to make access to space cheaper and […]

Redwire Space Stock is Pure Play on Space Infrastructure

It’s part of human nature to want to put a label on something, even when we don’t quite know how to categorize it. One of the best examples out there is Gonzo the Great, the Muppet with an unhealthy fetish for chickens. People have been asking for decades: What the hell is Gonzo? Maybe a […]

D-Orbit Stock for Space Logistics and Last-Mile Delivery

Last year, we profiled a publicly traded firm that offers the only pure-play fund for investing in public and private space companies. Seraphim Space Investment Trust (SSIT.L) basically acquired the assets from Seraphim Capital’s Seraphim Space Fund, which is focused on NewSpace. At the time of the IPO in July 2021, SSIT was still in […]

Tomorrow.io Stock: A Weather Intelligence Platform

We’ve covered hundreds of startups over the years at Nanalyze, and many of them have started going public in what has become a record-breaking year for IPOs. Quite a few of these companies have chosen to go through the back door to the public markets through reverse mergers with special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). In […]

Why We’re Avoiding Rocket Lab Stock – RKLB

The number of companies going public is becoming overwhelming. We largely cover U.S. initial public offerings, and 30% of them this year (measured by proceeds) have been special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs). But here’s the really interesting metric. If the data provided by StockAnalysis.com is to be believed, there have been 991 IPOs on the […]

Mynaric Stock: Laser Communication for Satellites

A small German stock is flying under the radar with a revolutionary technology that enables satellites to communicate using lasers. You can get on the ground floor with this small space company that may be on the cusp of capturing billions of dollars in opportunity. Two high-profile U.S. government contract wins mark a turning point […]