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Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Microsoft signed a memorandum of understanding to help Indian space tech start-ups with technology tools, go-to-market support and mentoring to help them scale and become business ready.

This comes at a time when the Indian space tech start-up ecosystem is seeing a lot of activity. The ecosystem had a historic year in 2022, with the country recording its first private rocket launch apart from many satellite launches. The new year also began with Bengaluru-based space tech company Digantara launching their satellite aboard a Space X rocket.


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