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Amazon launches ‘AWS Space Accelerator’ to help space startups

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An AWS Ground Station satellite antenna at one of the company’s data center in Boardman, Oregon.

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Amazon Web Services announced the launch of a new space startup assistance program on Tuesday, with the tech giant partnering with U.K.-based venture firm Seraphim Capital on the project.

The AWS Space Accelerator is a four-week business support program that will take place in June, AWS vice president of partners and program Sandy Carter wrote in a blog post.

The accelerator will select 10 companies to participate, with startups receiving as much as $100,000 in “AWS Activate credit” – essentially funds to use for various parts of Amazon’s cloud service.

Startups will also receive…



Source cnbc.com

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