Open Cosmos provides simple and affordable space access. Open Cosmos is a privately funded start-up willing to use nano-satellites to provide simple and affordable access to space to organisations ranging from SMEs and research institutions to space agencies in developing countries. Open Cosmos is based in London with an international mindset and the ambitious purpose to bring the possibility to use and develop space technology to a wider public.
Type
Private
HQ
Oxfordshire, GB
Founded
2015
Size (employees)
18 (est)
Open Cosmos was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Oxfordshire, GB
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Open Cosmos Office Locations

Open Cosmos has an office in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire, GB (HQ)
Fermi Ave
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Open Cosmos Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2015

Total Funding

$7 m

Latest funding size

$7 m

Time since last funding

5 days ago

Investors

Open Cosmos's latest funding round in April 2018 was reported to be $7 m. In total, Open Cosmos has raised $7 m

Open Cosmos Financials

Cash (31-Jul-2016)

319.6 k
GBPFY, 2016

Cash

319.6 k

Accounts Receivable

296

Current Assets

322 k

Total Assets

322 k
Y, 2016

Financial Leverage

1 x
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Open Cosmos News and Updates

UK space startup Open Cosmos raises $7m

Space satellite startup Open Cosmos has raised $7m ( £4.9m) in its series A funding for its mission to make satellite technology more affordable. The first round funding was led by London-based venture capital firm BGF Ventures, with participation from Microsoft’s former head of corporate strateg…

Open Cosmos raises $7 in Series A funding round

Open Cosmos, a British startup planning to manufacture and operate inexpensive cubesats for customers, announced April 18 it raised $7 million in Series A funding in an investment round led by London-based BGF Ventures. SpaceNews.com

UK’s Open Cosmos raises $7M Series A to democratize satellites

As you can probably imagine, launching satellites is a complicated business. To get into the game, companies must often go to the biggest players, like NASA. It puts the opportunity for small companies to participate in the benefits of satellite usage completely out of reach. Until recently. Mini or…
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