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Young entrepreneurship in India has yet another example. In the field of space technology, a startup called Pixxel by two twenty years old student entrepreneurs from BITS Pilani, namely, Awais Ahmed and Kshitij Khandelwal are about to take off.
This space-tech startup by two 20-year-old student entrepreneurs from BITS Pilani is building a constellation of nanosatellites that can beam down real-time remote sensing data and imagery that can be analysed to make accurate predictions in multiple sectors, including agriculture.
Sinéad O’Sullivan, entrepreneurship fellow at Harvard Business School, discusses how space is much more important to modern business than most people realize. It plays a role in making food, pricing insurance, and steering self-driving cars. While moonshot projects from SpaceX to Blue Origin drive headlines, the Earth-facing space economy is booming thanks to plummeting costs of entry. As tech companies large and small compete to launch thousands of satellites, O’Sullivan says we are actually running out of space in space.
A Western aerospace startup successfully established a rocket into space Saturday, making it the first commercially produced Japanese rocket to reach orbit. Interstellar Technology Inc. stated the unmanned MOMO-3 rocket exceeded 100 kilometers (60 miles) in elevation before falling into the Pacific Ocean. It flew around 10 minutes and was launched on Japan’s northern primary […]