India last week successfully launched its first privately developed rocket, the Vikram-S. India opened the space sector for private companies in 2020, allowing them to build rockets and satellites as part of the Prarambh mission. Pawan Kumar Chandana, co-founder of Skyroot Aerospace, the start-up that developed Vikram-S, says the launch will prompt global investment in the country’s space sector.
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First Published: Mon, November 21 2022. 19:01 IST