City-based rocket start-up Agnikul Cosmos Pvt Ltd can carry out multiple tests and qualify its single piece 3D-printed semi-cryogenic engine and other systems of its rocket at various centres of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), it was announced on Friday.
Agnikul Cosmos and the Department of Space on Friday announced the inking of the Framework MoU in this regard.
As per the MoU, Agnikul Cosmos can access ISRO facilities and expertise for the development and testing of systems and subsystems of its rockets.
The Framework MoU was concluded in consultation with IN-SPACe Board Chairman Pawan Kumar Goenka.
This is the second MoU that the Department of Space has signed with a rocket maker, after the first with Skyroot Aerospace on September 11.
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