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Israel Spends $6 Million to Boost Space Tech Startups, From Microchips to Zero-Gravity Vegetables

24 januari 2022

Article by Sharon Wrobel at Algemeiner.com


Israel has earmarked about $6 million (18.5 million shekels) for eleven space tech startups as part of a program to promote research and development of satellite communications, rocket propulsion and sensors. “The global space industry is at an unprecedented stage of growth,” said Brigadier-General (res.) Uri Oron, Director General of the Israel Space Agency.

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