True Anomaly raises $100M

Centennial, Colo.-based True Anomaly, a technology firm focusing on space security, has secured a $100 million Series B equity raise. The funding round, led by Riot Ventures, included contributions from Eclipse, ACME Capital, Menlo Ventures, Narya, 645 Ventures,, Champion Hill Ventures, and FiveNine Ventures.

Established in early 2022, True Anomaly is engaged in developing solutions aimed at enhancing space domain awareness, security, and operational readiness. Its offerings include software applications, on-orbit spacecraft specialized in rendezvous and proximity operations (RPO), and non-Earth imaging (NEI). Additionally, True Anomaly provides training for space operators, capabilities testing, and support for rapid response missions.

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