Soon after the successful launch of India's first ever private Rocket launch,the world took note of it.
And conscientious citizens felt proud after Union Minister Dr Jitendra Singh, who was personally present at the launching site, in his very first reaction thanked them.
Singh said,"Congratulations India!
Indeed it is a turning point for India's Start-Up movement! Kudos ISRO for a new feather in your much decorated hat.--------------------------Advertisement--------------------------
A study says that this is a major milestone in the journey of ISRO, after Prime Minister Modi unlocked the Space Sector in 2020 for private participation.
ISRO says, “Mission Prarambh is successfully accomplished”, while the Skyroot Aerospace said, “Vikram-S makes history as the first private rocket of India to grace the skies”
In his brief congratulatory address to the Team ISRO and Skyroot Aerospace, an Indian Space-Tech StartUp, Minister Dr Jitendra Singh, who was present at the site,said, “A turning point for Indian Start-Ups! A new beginning for ISRO” as the first ever private Rocket “Vikram-S” is in Space.
Indeed,ISRO has added another feather in its glorious Space Journey, setting a new milestone in the 75 years history of independent India.The launch has put India among the frontline Space Powers of the World.
Vikram-S is a single stage fuel rocket meant to test most systems and processes in Skyroot Aerospace’s project ahead of the launch of Vikram-1 next year. The rocket goes to the max altitude of 81.5 kilometres and splashes into the sea and the overall duration of launch is about 300 seconds only.
Skyroot was the first StartUp to sign a MoU with ISRO for launching its rockets. He said, apart from being the nation's first private launch, it is also the maiden mission of Skyroot Aerospace, named “Prarambh”.
ISRO said in a statement that Mission Prarambh is successfully accomplished, while the Skyroot Aerospace said that Vikram-S makes history as the first private rocket of India to grace the skies. It carried a total of three payloads in space, including one from the foreign customers.