The space debris removal company has raised another $30m for its series D round from investors including UTokyo Innovation Platform and has now received $132m in total.

Japan-based space debris removal service Astroscale has increased a series D round from $50m to $80m thanks to an extension backed by University of Tokyo’s investment arm UTokyo Innovation Platform. Public-private partnership Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ), asset manager Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Investment, investment firm aStart and private investor Joe Hirao also backed the…

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