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India’s first integrated rocket design from Skyroot Aerospace facility by Telangana’s Industries and Commerce Minister KT Rama Rao; He expressed happiness that the manufacturing and testing facility will be based in Telangana.
Hyderabad (Telangana): Telangana’s Industries and Commerce Minister KT Rama Rao launched India’s first integrated rocket design at Skyroot Aerospace facility. He expressed happiness that the manufacturing and testing facility will be based in Telangana.
KTR promised his full support to the startup’s Co-Founders Pawan Chandana and Bharath Daka for setting up a facility to design and test rockets in Telangana. The minister was the guest of honor at a program held at T-Hub on Friday to celebrate the successful launch of Skyroot Aerospace’s Vikram-S rocket. A Hyderabad-based startup hatched at T-Hub and powered by TWorks launched India’s first private rocket on November 18, 2022.
Congratulating the team for enduring the difficulties, India An aerospace technology company from Hyderabad is proud to have broken all barriers. KTR said that only a few aced rocket science companies around the world have succeeded in the first attempt. The launch was truly a historic moment.
The children visited a museum at the Suzuki headquarters in Japan. color name KTR said there is a vending machine where children from all walks of life can customize toy cars.
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He said the process teaches young people how to create and customize a car. Design innovation is taught to children in a subtle and indirect way that people are not used to at an early age. If you have been attracted to design thinking since childhood. People who are missing from our system will gravitate towards it, he said.
The Minister said that he is happy to see Hyderabad as the Spacetech Capital of India. He recalled that the state government has started working on the Space Tech Policy.
He extended his best wishes to another Hyderabad-based space technology startup, Dhruva Space, which will launch two satellites on Saturday.
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