Skyroot Rocket Launch: Launch date of India’s first private rocket Vikram-S postponed, know what is the new date? – india’s first private rocket vikram’s launch date delayed specifications and new date

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  • Skyroot will become the first private company

  • Earlier it was to be launched on 15 November

Hyderabad-based startup, Skyroot Aerospace has delayed the launch of India’s first privately developed rocket, Vikram-S. Earlier it was to be launched today i.e. on November 15, but now the rocket will be launched on November 18, 2022. The launch has been delayed due to bad weather.

Date postponed due to bad weather
Giving a glimpse of the rocket, Skyroot Aerospace informed in a tweet, “Here it is! Catch a glimpse of our Vikram-S at the Rocket Integration Facility in Sriharikota as it prepares for the big day. 11 am on November 18: The weather will be fine for the launch at 30.

Earlier, on November 13, the company had informed about the delay of November 15 and had talked about a revised window between November 15 and 19, 2022. The company wrote, “While India’s first private rocket, Vikram-S, is set to launch from Sriharikota with a revised window between 15 to 19 November 2022. A spokesperson for Sky Route said, “The key area that we will be closely monitoring will be the performance of our solid fuel rocket engine ‘Kalam-1’.” Chennai-based aerospace startup SpaceKidz offers training to students from India, the US, Singapore and Indonesia. Will launch 2.5 kg payload ‘Fun-Sat’ developed by

Who made rocket?
India’s first private rocket, Vikram-S, has been developed by Hyderabad-based startup Skyroot Aerospace. The rocket will be launched on a sub-orbital mission, named Prambh, which will carry three payloads. Skyroot was the first startup to sign an MoU with ISRO to launch its rockets.

Apart from being the country’s first private launch, it will also be Skyroot Aerospace’s first mission, codenamed ‘Prarambh’. A total of three payloads will be carried into space. Two of these will be Indian customers and one will be a foreign customer. Skyroute aims to remove barriers to entry to affordable satellite launch services and space-flight by furthering its mission to make regular space flight affordable, reliable and accessible to all, the statement said.

Vikram-S Features
Established in 2018, Skyroot has successfully manufactured and tested India’s first privately developed cryogenic, hypergolic-liquid and solid fuel-based rocket engine, using advanced composite and 3D-printing technologies. Skyroot successfully raised $51 million through Series-B financing round in September this year. It had raised $11 million in Series-A capital raise in July last year.

Skyroot will become the first private company
With the successful launch of the mission, Skyroot will become the first private space company to launch a rocket into space from India. This will pave the way for the development of India’s private space sector which was opened in 2020. Since then, the country has been trying to attract private space companies to launch rockets from India. Skyroot’s launch vehicles are named ‘Vikram’ to pay tribute to Vikram Sarabhai, the founder of the Indian space program and renowned scientist. Skyroot Company was the first startup to enter into an MoU with ISRO to launch its rockets.

What is the objective?
The ultimate objective of opening up the space sector to private companies in India is to provide a conducive environment for cost-effective satellite launch services by breaking down entry barriers. This will help these companies advance their mission and make space flights affordable, reliable and regular for all.

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