Skyroot Aerospace is a spacetech company founded by ex-ISRO scientists who had worked on the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV)-Mk. III at India Space Research Association
Pixxel enjoys attention like never before as the start-up’s CEO and co-founder, Awais Ahmed recently stated that the company now seeks to launch two satellites in early 2022.
Ephemersys is a Hungarian startup that allows space scientists and researchers to analyse multiple scenarios on multiple orbits and compare them to achieve rapid decision-making.
DcubeD, a German startup, manufactures nanosatellite actuators and deployable structures for the commercial space industry.
In the coming days, there will be a soak test of its proprietary hall-effect thruster. No wonder, Bellatrix’s 2022 test launch may prove critical to a lot of its future plans.
This US-based spacetech startup builds space robotics software that offers onboard cognitive and sensory processing capabilities using neuromorphic computing technology.
Dhruva Space, an Indian spacetech startup, has a solid plan in place – deploying multiple constellations depending on the kind of demand its clients have.
One of the interesting aspects to note here is that the startup’s software analyses this data and offers real-time updates on the ground about space weather changes.
This startup managed to test-fire and showcase its semi-cryogenic second-stage rocket engine, which it claims to be the first of its kind in the world.
What is worth mentioning is the fact that its propulsion system does not use external engines, propellants, or internal supply for propulsion.
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