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Private Earth imaging satellite, 6 others & BhutanSat to piggyback on Oceansat-3

IndiaTimes Thursday, 10 November 2022
Anand will be the first privately developed Earth observation satellite to be launched from India and second from the Pixxel stable. The firm had launched Shakuntala using a SpaceX rocket in April 2022. Aside from Anand, NSIL will launch two private communication satellites (Thybolt) for Dhruva Space and four other satellites (Astrocast) for US firm Spaceflight.
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