Planetary Resources develops and deploys asteroid mining technologies for the expansion of the Earths natural resources. It aims to be the leading provider of resources for people and products in space through its goal of identifying, extracting, and refining resources from near-Earth asteroids. The Company's first technology demonstration satellite is the Arkyd-3, which was launched from Cape Canaveral in 2015, and deployed from the International Space Station.
|Employees (est.) (Sep 2019)||15||(+8%)|
Planetary Resources total Funding
Planetary Resources latest funding size
Time since last funding
|3 years ago|
Planetary Resources investors
|Tencent, Vast Ventures, Conversion Capital, Seraph Group, Bryan Johnson, I2BF Venture Capital, OS Fund, Grishin Robotics, Dylan Taylor, Galvanize Ventures, Space Angels Network, Idea Bulb Ventures, Larry Page, E-Merge, Space Angels, Societe National de Credit et d'Investissement|
Planetary Resources has 30.05k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.5% quarter over quarter
When was Planetary Resources founded?
Planetary Resources was founded in 2010.
Who are Planetary Resources key executives?
Planetary Resources's key executives are Chris Lewicki, Eric Anderson and Peter Diamandis.
How many employees does Planetary Resources have?
Planetary Resources has 15 employees.
Who are Planetary Resources competitors?
Competitors of Planetary Resources include Systima Technologies, Capella Space and Astrocast.
Where is Planetary Resources headquarters?
Planetary Resources headquarters is located at 6742 185th Ave NE, Redmond.
Where are Planetary Resources offices?
Planetary Resources has an office in Redmond.
How many offices does Planetary Resources have?
Planetary Resources has 1 office.
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