Early investor on Axiom Space’s project to create a commercial space station

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    SpaceX launched another group of astronauts for NASA early on Friday morning, with Elon Musk’s company now having sent 10 astronauts to space in under a year. Lisa Rich is founder and managing partner of Hemisphere Ventures and was an early investor in Axiom Space, which is partnering with SpaceX on a commercial space station. She joined “Squawk Box” on Friday to discuss the project.

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