ALAMEDA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Astra Space, Inc. (“Astra” or the “Company”) (Nasdaq: ASTR) today announced it has received notice from the Nasdaq Capital Market (“Nasdaq”) on September 28, 2023, that the Company has regained compliance with Nasdaq’s minimum bid price requirement.
About Astra Space, Inc.
Astra’s mission is to Improve Life on Earth from Space® by creating a healthier and more connected planet. Astra pursues that mission through its Launch Services and Space Products businesses. Astra’s Launch Services business offers one of the lowest cost-per-launch dedicated orbital launch services of any operational launch provider in the world. Astra delivered its first commercial launch to low Earth orbit in 2021, making it the fastest company in history to reach this milestone, just five years after it was founded in 2016. Astra’s Space Products business offers one of the industry’s first flight-proven electric propulsion systems for satellites, the Astra Spacecraft Engine™. Astra Spacecraft Engines™ have extensive on-orbit flight heritage and are available as fully assembled units or as individual components in the Astra Propulsion Kit. Astra (NASDAQ: ASTR) was the first space launch company to be publicly traded on Nasdaq. Visit astra.com to learn more about Astra.
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