India Aims To Build Commercial Space Industry

Skyroot Aerospace’s Vikram

Skyroot Aerospace’s Vikram I rocket is being developed to deliver 480 kg of payload to an altitude of 500 km.

Credit: Skyroot Aerospace
The Indian Space Research Organization is one of a handful of national space agencies to have sent spacecraft into the Martian atmosphere. It has created rockets that compete globally for commercial satellite launches. And it is mounting an effort to study the Moon and create a human spaceflight...
Jen DiMascio

Based in Washington, Jen previously managed Aviation Week’s worldwide defense, space and security coverage.

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