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Funding news about HawkEye 360

The documents were filed with the SEC on Aug. 21.

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According to documents filed with the SEC, HawkEye 360, Inc. — based in Herndon, Va. — launched a new round of equity financing on Aug. 10.

The company intends to raise as much as $14,900,000 and reports having raised $9,607,857 thus far. The documents were filed with the SEC on Aug. 21.

View the filing

Related: HawkEye 360 Raises $9.6 Million to Fund Commercial Satellite Cluster [Via Satellite]

Companies: HawkEye 360

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