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RUSSIAN, INDIAN STUDENTS CREATING FRIENDSHIP SATELLITE

RUSSIAN, INDIAN STUDENTS CREATING FRIENDSHIP SATELLITE
Students from Space Kidz India (SKI) organizaiton and Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) have been creating a joint satellite, which will become a "friendship satellite," Space Kidz India founder Dr. Srimathy Kesan told TASS. According to her, it will be the first satellite created by students and not by official space institutions. "This is a friendship satellite, designed by collaborative method by students from two non-governmental institutions, marking the friendship between the two countries," she said. Read also Russian space corporation considering joint projects with India, China — media The Iskra-5 CubeSat 1U satellite, weighing 1.5 kilograms, will provide amateur communications, including transmission of images in SSTV format.    More



(Source: TASS - Aug 17)

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