Voyager Teams up with India’s NSIL to Collaborate on Space Tech

Image: Voyager Space

Voyager Space, a space tech rollup, announced Friday it had signed an MoU with NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), ISRO’s commercial launch division, to explore small sat deployment opportunities and component tech sharing.

“This partnership is a unique opportunity as we join forces to drive innovation and advancement in the small satellite launch industry,” said Voyager CRO Clay Mowry.

Voyager Space: Since its founding in 2019, Voyager has acquired seven businesses including Zin, Altius, Space Micro, Nanoracks, Valley Tech Systems, Pioneer, and The Launch Company. In total, the companies have participated in 2,000+ space missions.

  • Voyager is best known for leading the development of Starlab, a commercial space station it is building in partnership with Lockheed and Airbus. 
  • The free-flying outpost is backed by a $160M NASA contract and is expected to launch by 2028. 

Voyager also develops satellite communication systems, Earth and space visualization tech, propulsion systems, satellite grappling points, and launch service logistics support. The collaboration will NSIL will enable Voyager to expand its satellite capabilities. 

NSIL: The commercial launch arm bridges India’s space agency and private industry by providing launch services, mission support, and tech transfers.

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