Starburst invests in the best of the best, companies with transformative technology, a strong team, commercial application, and fast growth. Our companies are reinventing the aerospace industry and impacting the way we live.

We back technology startups developing new aircraft, spacecraft, satellites, drones, sensors, autonomy, robotics and much more.

Founder Eugene Choi
Category Enabling technologies
Location Fomebu, Norway

MOBIUS.energy provides a battery module subscription program for electric aircrafts with focus on e-VTOL. MOBIUS.energy battery module rapidly charges in less than 10 minutes and has a high degree of thermal consistency preventing thermal runway.

Veracity Protocol
Founder Jeremy Atkins
Category Cybersecurity
Location New York, NY

Veracity enables any camera to create a tamper proof physical code based on an object’s material structure. Veracity Protocol can be used to ensure a transparent supply chain in aerospace and defense manufacturing and detect compromised hardware, in a cost and time effective way.

Helping Veracity find corporate partners that specialize in graphics processing for a myriad of applications.


Mentoring Veracity on go to market in the aerospace industry by identifying use cases and supply chain issues Veracity can solve (such as critical electronics & hardware).

Founder Jeremy Goodwin
Category Enabling technologies
Location San Leandro, CA

SyncFab has developed a subscription-based blockchain procurement platform that connects OEM Part Buyers with Distributed Parts Manufacturers to securely share part information and avoid recalls by identifying defects in the supply chain, as well as improve inventory management. SyncFab uses ERC721 tokenization to securely store part manufacturing details on the blockchain and record every transaction across a supply chain in a single, shared audit trail for traceability, as well as QMS, ISO, AS9100, ITAR and DFARS compliance.

Founder Max Haot
Category Space
Location Brooklyn, NY

Launcher is developing a high-performance small satellite launcher with a metal 3D printed engine. Due to Launcher’s additive manufacturing methods, the engine has the largest thrust and lowest cost per pound of thrust in the small satellite launcher class, giving customers the flexibility to dictate scheduling and orbit at a low cost.

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