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Legal technology company Relativity, with the support of Deloitte, has fielded a software-as-a-service platform to help the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency handle freedom of information act requests. The Illinois-based company said Wednesday EPA will use the RelativityOne Government platform to process several FOIA requests, litigation and investigations. RelativityOne is a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-approved cloud-based product […] More
Relativity Space entered into an agreement with NASA to expand its test operations at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi. The additional facilities will serve as a testing site for Relativity’s Aeon R 3D-printed rocket engines in 2023, themanufacturing company said Tuesday. Aeon R engines will be installed on Terran R, Relativity’s […] More
Mariana Garavaglia, formerly chief operating officer at Peloton Interactive, has joined Relativity Space as chief business and people officer. She will be responsible for Relativity Space’s talent acquisition efforts, legal, people, environmental health and safety teams and security, the company said Monday. Garavaglia has been serving as an adviser to Relativity Space since the summer […] More
Relativity Space has introduced its plans for its 3D-printed launch vehicle, Terran R, and raised $650 million in a round of Series E financing to help advance production work on the reusable rocket. Terran R is a two-stage rocket that will lift off from the company’s launch complex at Cape Canaveral in Florida starting in […] More

Los Angeles-based Relativity Space has raised $500M in a round of Series D financing led by Tiger Global Management and will use the funds to advance the development of its launch vehicle, 3D printing technologies and other programs. “We are on track to launch our first Terran 1 rocket to orbit next year with existing capital on our balance sheet," said Tim Ellis, co-founder and CEO of Relativity Space.

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