Isar Aerospace

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Isar Aerospace is a German Aerospace company based in Munich and founded in 2018.[1]

The company is named after the river that flows in Munich.[2]

Isar Aerospace intends to manufacture 80% of the rocket themselves using almost only technology from the area surrounding Munich.[3]

The company is developing Spectrum, a two-stage, liquid-fueled rocket designed to launch 1,000 kilograms to low Earth orbit.[4]

In April 2020 Isar Aerospace closed US$17M in Series A funding to build its space platform.[5]

In December 2020, the company got an additional €75 million ($91 million) in funding. The first launch of the rocket is planned for 2022.[6]

See also[edit]

  • PLD Space
  • Relativity Space
  • Rocket Lab
  • Vector Launch
  • Firefly Aerospace


  1. Berger, Eric (September 21, 2020). "A German rocket startup seeks to disrupt the European launch industry". Ars Technica.
  2. "Subscribe to read | Financial Times".
  3. "German Aerospace Startup Joins the International Space Race".
  4. "German launch startup raises $17 million with help from Airbus Ventures and an ex-SpaceX employee". SpaceNews. December 12, 2019.
  5. Maday, Melissa (April 16, 2020). "Isar Aerospace Expands Into Next-Generation Rocket Production Facilities Near Munich". SpaceWatch.Global.
  6. "Germany's Isar Aerospace raises $91M to get its satellite launch vehicle off the ground".

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