EnduroSat – featured in Financial Times!

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We are proud to announce that EnduroSat is featured in Financial Times!

Space scientist Raycho Raychev’s three-year-old start-up, EnduroSat, aims to make miniature satellites available at affordable prices to universities, research institutes and commercial users. “There’s an unprecedented number of applications for our modules — from ship and truck tracking and navigation to astronomy, astrophysics and pharmacology,” he says.

Check the full article here:
https://www.ft.com/content/1d2f36e4-d6ce-11e7-ae3e-563c04c5339a

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