Did Arizona Senator Mark Kelly’s company give China “spy balloon” tech?

Article originally appeared on www.axios.com.

An Arizona company that manufactures and operates high-altitude surveillance balloons, and contracts with the federal government, faces renewed attention in the aftermath of the destruction of a spy balloon sent by the Chinese government that entered U.S. airspace earlier this month.

Context: Tucson-based World View, cofounded by now-U.S. Sen. Mark Kelly in 2012, received venture capital from Tencent — among the largest tech companies in China — both in 2013 and 2016.

State of play: A high-altitude balloon sent by the Chinese government was downed by an American fighter aircraft off the coast of South Carolina in early February. The U.S. government believes it was being used for surveillance purposes

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