Five Space Start-Ups Will Revolutionize The Indian Space Perspectives

After the ISRO, Moon lander crashed, in 2019, Indian space research teams are gathering and revolutionizing the whole space research system in India. With these new blooming Startups with high visions, the future of India’s space research seems to be bright. Let’s get more into these Indian Space Startups:

1. BELLATRIX AEROSPACE:

This startup was founded in 2015 having headquartered at Bangalore India. Their key vision is to make affordable access to Space. with their nanosatellite launch vehicle named CHETAK to be launched in 2023, which is a two-stage vehicle, will be reusable and constructed with all-carbon composite. Visit here to read more about Bellatrix Aerospace.

2. AGNIKUL:

Based in Chennai, this startup manufactures launch vehicles according to needed satellites at a lower cost. Their main satellites include macro and nanosatellites. It was founded in 2017. They’ve created AGNIBAAN which is a 2 stage vehicle and a highly customizable accessing more than 10 launch ports. Capable of taking up to 100 kg to orbits around 700km high. Read more about their Project.

3. PIXXEL:

Started by BITS Pilani alumni Awais Ahmed and Kshitij Khandelwal in 2019. Aims to build the world’s most Advanced Earth Imaging Satellite Constellation to get Global Coverage, Daily Imagery, and Unprecedented Detail. Their first satellite is to be launched at the end of 2020 on Soyuz rocket. See their work here.

4. SKYROOT

Founded in Jun 2018 aims to create low-cost launch vehicles to minimize the time to reach Space. Ther vision is to give economic access to space where spaceflight will be as affordable;e as air flight. They’ve developed Vikram series(I, II, III) launch vehicles. See detailed work here.

5. ASTROME:

Founded by Neha Satak in 2014 having a vision of using space technology to make life better and develop countries. They’re developing a system that can make internet accessible everywhere across the globe. For this, they’ll be launching a constellation of 198 satellites into the Low Earth Orbit (LEO). They’ve developed SPACE NET which has a 180 GBPS uplink and downlink data capability packed in every micro-satellite. Read more about SPACE NET.

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