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The maiden mission of Skyroot Aerospace, named 'Prarambh' (the beginning), will carry three customer payloads and is set for launch from Indian Space Research Organisation's launchpad at Sriharikota.




2 Prarambh - The Beginning Full



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According to the startup, the Vikram series (I, II, III) of full solid state rockets is built on upgradeable architecture with carbon composite and 3D-printed motors and can be assembled and launched in less than 72 hours. The rockets can carry satellites of up to 815 kgs to the low Earth orbit and the sun synchronous polar orbits (SSPOs).


The startup has not disclosed payload and launch details, but Skyroot had, in May 2022, successfully tested the Vikram-I launch vehicle. The startup completed a full-duration test-firing of the Vikram-I rocket three stages and the third stage had a burn time of 108 seconds and a peak vacuum thrust of 100 kN (or 10Tons).


The maiden mission of Skyroot Aerospace, named 'Prarambh' (the beginning), will carry two Indian and one foreign customer payloads and is set for launch from the Indian Space Research Organisation's launchpad at Sriharikota.


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The mission, dubbed Prarambh, is expected to launch in the second week of November on a demonstration flight with the Vikram-S launch vehicle and three separate payloads. The company will launch the fully powered Vikram-1 rocket after that.


The Prarambh (which means beginning) mission will witness the launch of the Vikram-S rocket, a homegrown launch vehicle developed by the Telangana-based startup Skyroot Aerospace. The rocket will carry three student-made payloads, including one by SpaceKidz India, which has been developed by students from several countries, including Indonesia.


While Prarambh is a demonstration mission, it is still a full-scale suborbital launch for the company, which aims to strengthen the private space sector in the company. The mission will validate the technology, engine, and designs of the Vikram rocket and demonstrate that it is capable of launching heavy payloads into Low Earth Orbit.


The launch marks a new beginning in the Indian space sector, which has so far been under the sole domain of the Indian Space Research Organisation. The Indian space agency has been solely responsible for developing, designing, and launching rockets and missions into space. The launch of the Prarambh mission will mark a new age with the private sector shouldering a part of the burden of the public organisation.


The company had a humble beginning led by IIT Kharagpur and IIT Madras Alumnus Pawan Chandana and Bharath Daka respectively in 2018 with seed funding from Mukesh Bansal, the founder of Myntra. Two years later, it became the first Indian private company to successfully test-fire a full-scale liquid propulsion engine followed by a solid rocket stage.


It raised $11 million in Series A funding and signed an MoU with Isro to use its facilities and expertise for the development of the rockets in 2021 and went on to test-fire a 3D-printed fully cryogenic engine. The company raised an additional $4.5 million, with the total funds raised at $ 17 million. In just three years of its arrival on the scene, it is ready to launch its rocket into space.


Vikram-S lifted off at 11.30am (06:00 GMT) on Friday from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, an island off the coast of southern Andhra Pradesh state, as part of a mission named Prarambh (the beginning).


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The mission has been named 'Prarambh,' which means 'beginning,' to commemorate the beginning of private sector launches in India. Pawan Kumar Chandana, the startup's CEO and co-founder, will serve as the mission director.


The annual day was hosted after a gap of two years and hence the new beginning named as Prarambh. The evening started with the inaugural lamp lighting by Chairman Mr Sham Sunder Bansal and the annual report was read by Principal Ms Niranjana Chatterjee.


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