Relativity, a startup 3D printing rockets and satellites, raises $35 million

Relativity, a company that has created a metal 3D printer to 3D print their own rockets and launch satellites into space, has closed a $35 million Series B financing. The investment was led by Playground Global, with participation from existing Series A investors Social Capital, Y Combinator Continuity and Mark Cuban.

This new round brings Relativity’s total venture funding raised to over $45 million.

[Image courtesy: Relativity Space]

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