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DroneAcharya Enters SpaceTech

A historic move was made by DroneAcharya Aerial Innovations today as it successfully tested a Reusable Rocket Launch Vehicle. The Vehicle attained an altitude of about 3 KM above ground and successfully landed using a Parachute Mechanism. The Vehicle had Air Pressure Sensor, Heat Sensor, Internal combustion Sensor, Air friction Sensor (with calculation) and Miniature parachute for equipment recovery onboard. The major highlight of this test was that there was a 100% recovery of the onboard sensors as well as the Rocket Launch Vehicle.
This test coincides with the much awaited soft lunar landing of ISRO’s (Indian Space Research Centre) Chandrayaan – 3 scheduled today.
The objective of the test was to calculate the burn rate of the solid propellent fuel, attaining an altitude of 3 km and returning back to station in operational condition. Further, the company plans to achieve altitudes of 10 KM and subsequently 30 to 50 KM to collect valuable atmospheric and meteorological data. This feat could be extrapolated to wider applications like Suborbital research and testing, aerospace system testing, parabolic testing and testing of aerodynamic designs.
This is an important feat as it could be a progressive step towards environment friendly reusable measures for collection of data for climate and environmental studies. Prateek Srivastava, Founder and Managing Director shares the objective of the mission “This SpaceTech initiative by DroneAcharya directly compliments our existing Drone Tech solutions as the former correlates with the Macro solutions of overall climatic studies while the latter deals with Drone Based Imagery and on – ground situational studies”.

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