India is working to engage its private sector in satellite manufacturing and double its satellite launch rate.  “The private sector has already been a part of satellite integration. Now they need to play a role in the indigenization of the space sector,” says Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman A.S. Kiran Kumar, India’s top scientist. India is close to launching one satellite per month and is looking to expand. “That must rise to at least two ...

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