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Project Aryabhat Takes Off: SRL Secures £53k Aerospace UP Grant for Propulsion System Development

Exciting news from Space Resources Laboratory! We are thrilled to announce that we have recently been awarded the Aerospace UP grant for £53k. This funding will be used to support our Project Aryabhat, a project aimed at developing a cold gas propulsion system for attitude control of CubeSats in Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

Project Aryabhat is an ambitious project that aims to enhance the capabilities of CubeSats by providing a cost-effective and efficient propulsion system for attitude control. The cold gas propulsion system that we are developing will help CubeSats maintain their orientation in space and perform various missions such as remote sensing, telecommunications, and scientific research.

The Aerospace UP grant is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) in collaboration with the University of Nottingham. This grant provides a significant boost to our project and will allow us to accelerate our development efforts and bring this innovative propulsion system to market. We are grateful for the support of the European Regional Development Fund and the University of Nottingham, and we are excited to move forward with Project Aryabhat. We believe that this propulsion system will have a significant impact on the CubeSat industry and pave the way for more advanced and versatile small satellites.

This grant is a validation of our work and we will be utilizing this fund to bring our innovative technology to the market as soon as possible. It is an immense pleasure for our team to be recognized by the industry and this grant will help us to reach our goals and objectives. In summary, the Aerospace UP grant is a major milestone for our company, and it will allow us to continue our efforts to develop cutting-edge technologies for the space industry. We are excited to see what the future holds for Project Aryabhat and we look forward to sharing more updates in the coming months.

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