back to article LeoLabs lands $29M to dodge space junk with AI smarts

LeoLabs, a company noted for cataloging objects in low Earth orbit, has scored another $29 million in financing for its AI-powered tracking tech. The investment [PDF] brings the total funding to approximately $121 million, according to Crunchbase. CEO Dan Ceperley said the funding would be used to beef up LeoLabs's …

  1. ldo

    “$29 million? Take it out of petty cash!”

    The subhead comes from a saying during the Apollo program: “No bucks, no Buck Rogers”. That is, without those large Government funding appropriations, all their clever engineering work would have to come to an end. But the “bucks” they were talking about was not a few paltry millions, but billions.

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