As per the Memorandum of Agreement (MoA), both companies will share their technologies
The industry is also anticipating the implementation of a new space policy in 2023, which will further open up the ecosystem.
Dhruva Space launched two amateur radio communication nanosatellites as part of ISRO's PSLV C54 mission. The mission, named Thybolt Mission, witnessed the launch of the company's nanosatellites, on 26 November.
Dhruva Space CEO Sanjay Nekkanti stated that based on the results of the Thybolt mission on November 26, the company intends to launch full-fledged commercial operations in the future.
Recognising the challenge posed by orbital debris, the United States' Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules on September 29, requiring LEO satellite operators to dispose of their satellites within 5 years of completion of their missions
With India's new space policy in the works, we examined the scene for private space start-ups in the country.
The successful testing of its satellite deployers clears the path for Dhruva Space for their satellite missions, Thybolt-1 and Thybolt-2, which would be aboard the PSLV C54, ISRO's upcoming commercial mission
Dhruva Space Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad and Digantara research & technologies Pvt. Ltd. Bengaluru, were authorised by IN-SPACe on June 24 to launch their payloads.
Dhruva Space will be testing their satellite deployers on ISRO's PSLV-C53 ahead of launching their own satellites Thybolt-1 and Thybolt-2 on the PSLV-C54
The moon mission has stoked curiosity like no other. More to the point, another loop of success is in the making