Relativity is disrupting 60 years of aerospace tradition by creating an entirely new process to build and fly rockets. Led by co-founders Tim Ellis and Jordan Noone, the company has created the world’s largest metal 3D printer to 3D print their own rockets and launch satellites into space. Relativity’s process cuts rocket part count by 100x and enables rockets to be built in days instead of years. Relativity’s long term goal is to 3D print the first rocket made on Mars and scale and sustain an interplanetary society. Based in Los Angeles, CA, Relativity is privately funded by Social Capital, Y Combinator, and Mark Cuban.
Relativity is building a 3D-printing rocket manufacturing hub in Mississippi
TechCrunch - Jun 11, 2019
3D Rocket Company Adds Small Satellite Customer To Recent 'Wins'
Forbes - May 6, 2019
Mark Cuban-Backed 3D-Printed Rocket Will Boost Canadian Orbital Internet Dreams
Forbes - Apr 11, 2019
Techstars Is Giving Space Startups A Chance To Accelerate Their Business To The Final Frontier
Forbes - Mar 27, 2019
The Future of Space Is 3D-Printed Rockets—And This Company Is Leading the Change
Fast Company - Mar 21, 2019
As rocket companies proliferate, new enabling tech emerges as the next wave in the space race
TechCrunch - Feb 3, 2019
Dreaming of Mars, the startup Relativity Space gets its first launch site on Earth
TechCrunch - Jan 17, 2019
Under 30 Startup Relativity Space Will Be Launching From Cape Canaveral
Forbes - Jan 17, 2019
2018 ushered in ‘a potential space renaissance’
TechCrunch - Jan 2, 2019
Mark Cuban-Backed Relativity Space Aims To Build 3D-Printed Rockets
Forbes - Jul 17, 2018
Rocket Plan: How 3-D Printing Is Unlocking A New Space Race
Forbes - May 16, 2018
Elon Musk Made Space More Affordable. These Entrepreneurs Want to Make It a Trillion-Dollar Industry
Inc.com - May 9, 2018
Life on Mars Looks a Little More Possible Thanks to This Startup's 3-D Printed Rocket
Inc.com - Apr 30, 2018
Relativity Space raises $35 million to further first 3D printed rocket on Mars
3D Printing Industry - Apr 11, 2018
Relativity Space CEO on Using 3-D Printed Rockets to Get to Space
Bloomberg - Apr 2, 2018
- Tim Ellis, Co-Founder and CEO
- Jordan Noone, Co-Founder and CTO
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