It has been a year since the satellite was built by the students at IIT Bombay that was brought into space. However, this is the enthusiasm of the students that they have started working on a new satellite. The birth of Pratham on September 26 last year was an important occasion as it was the first satellite program by the students. ITI students have worked closely with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in Bangalore, which provides them with facilities to test and also support launchare spending. According to this release, students’ batches from IIT-B. The satellite was conceptualized in July 2007 by two students of the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, “Saptarshi Bandyopadhyay and Shashank Tamaskar.” A memorandum with ISRO, signed in 2009, Expected in 2014. The first satellite signal “received two days after launch” allowed their project to succeed 90%. Prathamare life ended in January this year, students are passed on to the next step. The new satellites were developed by a team of 45 students. Talk to ss, project manager Yash Sanghvi, who is also part of the Pratham team, said: / p> We are Complete tonnage and preliminary design of Advitiy Our goal is to build a reliable satellite, f While we depend a lot on our learning from Pratham, we also consider What could have been done other than Pratham. Once the department has approved the preliminary design, the department will be presented to the ISRO. Only their answers will tell if the IIT-B has another satellite to its credit. Do you have an interesting story to share? Feel free to email us at tci Qua Contact Us . To stay up to date with more positive news, please connect with us and. . .
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