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Founded Year



Series E - II | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$50M | 2 yrs ago

About Relativity

Relativity is an aerospace company. Its platform specializes in designing, developing, and building three-dimensional (3D) printed rockets, artificial intelligence, and autonomous robotics. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Long Beach, California.

Headquarters Location

3500 East Burnett Street

Long Beach, California, 90815,

United States


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Relativity Patents

Relativity has filed 6 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Machine learning
  • Artificial neural networks
  • Classification algorithms
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Latest Relativity News

After Launching a 3D-Printed Rocket Into Space, This Company Is Going Bigger - CNET

Jun 4, 2023

After Launching a 3D-Printed Rocket Into Space, This Company Is Going Bigger Relativity Space launched its Terran 1 rocket earlier this year. Now it's turning its efforts to the much larger Terran R rocket capable of bringing large payloads into orbit. Jesse Orrall Senior Video Producer Jesse Orrall (he/him/his) is a Senior Video Producer for CNET. He covers future tech, sustainability and the social impact of technology. He is co-host of CNET's "What The Future" series and Executive Producer of "Experts React." Aside from making videos, he's a certified SCUBA diver with a passion for music, films, history and ecology. Expertise Future tech, sustainability, social impact of technology Credentials Gold Telly Award, 2X Silver Telly Award June 4, 2023 5:00 a.m. PT An almost entirely 3D-printed rocket named the Terran 1 was launched into space earlier this year, made by the world's largest metal 3D printers. It belongs to a company called Relativity Space that has made 3D printing a key part of its rocket development and manufacturing process. CEO Tim Ellis told CNET that the Terran 1 was 85% 3D-printed, including complex parts such as the engine. Relativity Space has built the world's largest metal 3D printers to manufacture its rockets. Relativity Space The only parts not 3D printed were things like electronics, batteries, rubber gaskets and seals. Ellis says 3D printing has allowed Relativity Space to quickly make and test new designs. The Terran 1 launch successfully made it into space, but failed to make it into orbit when the second stage didn't ignite. Terran 1 launching to space. Relativity Space Relativity Space is turning its attention to its next project, the Terran R, a significantly larger rocket capable of carrying large payloads into orbit such as satellites. The Terran R is scheduled to launch in 2026. Ellis says his eventual goal is to help establish a base on Mars, a project that he believes 3D printing could play a critical role in achieving. To see Relativity Space's massive metal 3D printers in action and the flight of the Terran 1, check out the video in this article. More From CNET

Relativity Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Relativity founded?

    Relativity was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Relativity's headquarters?

    Relativity's headquarters is located at 3500 East Burnett Street , Long Beach.

  • What is Relativity's latest funding round?

    Relativity's latest funding round is Series E - II.

  • How much did Relativity raise?

    Relativity raised a total of $1.385B.

  • Who are the investors of Relativity?

    Investors of Relativity include Consus Asset Management, Hanwha Aerospace, NH Investment & Securities, Mark Cuban, Spencer Rascoff and 33 more.

  • Who are Relativity's competitors?

    Competitors of Relativity include bluShift Aerospace and 5 more.

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