Mumbai: Uyes Inamdar, Owner of Berry IIT tech-company aged 17 respectively have patents in drone technology had recently felicitated for his successfully lunch of NSLV Satellite Kalam Sat Built by him and his team at Tamil Nadu, Chennai. Inamdar said, the satellite was built in 3.8 cm Cube (and ABS built with fusion deposition modelling 3D printer. The satellite will measure the radiation in outer space. He was felicitated by the former chancellor Maulana Azad National Urdu University, & Zafar Sareshwala on 02th Oct 2018 at Taj Land’s End’s Mumbai as Young Scientist Award.
Kalam Sat, is named after former president and Rocket Scientist of India, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. This is to encourage the student community into space research and explore more avenues in an economical manner.
The satellite was successful lunched at NASA, Columbia Facility on 25 August 2018 it was for almost 8hrs in outer space.
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