28 April, 2022
Inversion thinks space is the next frontier for express delivery. The California start-up company believes one day speed delivery of important items by storing them in orbit. thinks physical goods — not just satellite data — could be sent back from space.Inversion is betting that as it becomes cheaper to fly to space, government agencies and companies will want to not only send things to orbit but also bring items back to earth. aims to develop a four-foot-diameter capsule carrying a payload equivalent to the size of a few carry-on suitcases by 2025. Venture capital has started to see Globally, venture capital firms invested $7.7 billion in space-related technology last year, up nearly 50 percent from a year earlier, according to data compiled by .