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Offline vyoma

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STAR Lab
« on: 03/07/2022 09:21 pm »
STAR Lab is a startup that seem to have developed a sounding rocket named Kalam. They're also into Space education, providing maker spaces for hobbyists etc. More here: https://www.starlabsurat.com/

Kalam launcher: https://www.starlabsurat.com/kalam-launcher

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KALAM is an experimental sounding rocket designed to provide suborbital launch service to test small satellites, payloads, and experiments at an affordable cost. We provide quick and reliable access to space.

KALAM Overview
Height - 8.8 m
Diameter - 0.35 m
Payload Capacity - 20 kg
Max. Apogee - 150 km
Microgravity time - 3 min

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Re: STAR Labs
« Reply #1 on: 03/07/2022 09:24 pm »






As per their 2021 wrapup video, they're preparing for first mission and have acquired a customer as well: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3JFVKjA2th063VlhdlsPLw/videos
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Re: STAR Lab
« Reply #3 on: 03/08/2022 02:04 am »
What does this offer over ISRO's Rohini sounding rockets?

 

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