We are proud to be India’s first Commercial Spaceflight Startup, with a mission to revolutionize human space exploration. We specialize in building Crew Modules and soon will be developing India’s first Astronaut Training Facility.
We are working on India’s second crew module, designed to provide a secure and comfortable environment for astronauts from the moment of launch until the end of the mission.
As the pioneering private astronaut training center in Asia, it will be establishing a new paradigm for the field. It will create a path for more private organizations to participate in the space sector and granting would-be astronauts a chance to pursue their aspirations.
Astroborne is an Space and Defense Technology solutions company with a vision to make India a leader in the commercial spaceflight sector. We are building Asia’s first private astronaut training facility in India, as well as next-generation Crew modules for government and commercial use.
Drawing inspiration from the greats of Indian space scientists, such as Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, Homi Bhabha, and A.P.J Abdul Kalam, we strive to make India and Asia capable of building Human space flight systems.
Our founding principles are to use our systems for the betterment of society, and to help the Indian defense sector with its high-demand training and system developments.
A crew module is a module or a part of the spacecraft, that will house the crew or ‘vyomnauts’ during the ride to space.
A CMF, like a motorcycle fairing, is a fairing used to protect the crew module against dynamic pressure and temperature changes when it is launching through the atmosphere.
Spacecrafts go through the atmosphere at extremely high speeds to maintain their escape velocity from the Earth’s gravity. It can be understood as when you are standing on the ground and you have to throw a ball to the roof and if you are throwing the ball up at a low speed, it will just come back down to you under the effect of Earth’s gravity.
Asia’s first private Astronaut Training Facility is a revolutionary step in the space industry. It will the first of its kind in Asia and will be located in Bangalore, India. The center will provide comprehensive training for aspiring astronauts, from basic physical fitness to advanced spaceflight techniques. It will also offer a range of courses and programs designed to help astronauts prepare for their missions. The center will have state-of-the-art facilities, including a variety of simulators.
As the pioneering private astronaut training center in Asia, it will be establishing a new paradigm for the field. It will create a path for more private organizations to participate in the space sector and grant would-be astronauts a chance to pursue their aspirations.