Relativity Space

Relativity is reimagining our relationship with space: rockets built and flown in days instead of years. The company is pushing the bounds of 3D printed rocket production, having built the world’s largest 3D printer to print not just parts of the rocket, but entire rockets themselves. As a result, Relativity is creating the rocket factory of the future and is uniquely positioned to bridge the gap between government and private industry, redefine the economics of launch services and satellite constellation deployments, and ultimately use autonomous rockets to colonize other planets. With over $45M in funding, a agreement in place with the U.S. Air Force for the use of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station LC-16, and a 20-year exclusive public/private partnership with NASA Stennis, Relativity Space is disrupting over a half century of tradition in aerospace manufacturing.

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