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      #Announcement(Startup) #Product [ via IoTForIndiaGroup ]
      #Organizer : Exceedspace #City : Hyderabad #IsTraining : We design, build and manage satellites


      Exseed Space is working towards setting up India’s first contract satellite manufacturing facility. Once operational, the facility will cater to the growing global demands of manufacturing Cubesats, Nano-sats & Micro-sats (1U/2U/3U/6U),
      We are launching our first mission on Falcon 9 of SpaceX making us the first private Indian company to send a satellite to space. This uses ridershare offered thru SSO-A SmallSat Express by Spaceflight

      ExseedSAT 1, the satellite developed by Farhan and Exseed Space, is expected to provide a major boost to private radio operators after HAMSAT ceased operations about four years ago.
      The satellite was built with the contributions of several Ham operators and with the help of small firms in and around Hyderabad


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        Exseed Space gets to space – the first private Indian company to do so!  
        Launched at 00:02 am on Dec 4, 2018, on SpaceX Falcon 9
        https://spaceflightnow.com/2018/12/03/spacex-launches-swarm-of-satellites-re-flies-rocket-for-third-time/

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          Nair, who hails from Neyyattinkara

           here, had founded Exseed Space along with Ashhar Farhan last year. “We are ecstatic and humbled to share that last night, Exseed Space became the first Indian private company to have a satellite in space,” Nair said in an email interview.

           

          Typically it takes years and millions of dollars to put together one satellite. We have now demonstrated that it is possible to build reliable commercial-grade spacecraft in a matter of months without spending a lot of money,” Nair said in an email interview.

          He, however, refused to divulge the expense, saying it was way below what their peer companies

          incurred.

          https://m.timesofindia.com/city/thiruvananthapuram/keralites-firm-behind-indias-first-private-satellite/amp_articleshow/66946360.cms

           

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