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Class 12 Jammu student to launch nanosatellite with ISRO's help

The National Bal Shakti Award was given to Batra, who is also the CEO of Batra Technology, for creating an interactive website for covid by former president Ram Nath Kovind.

Class 12 Jammu student to launch a nanosatellite with ISRO help (Twitter)

With assistance from the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), a class 12 Jammu student, Onkar Batra will launch his nano-satellite "InQube" this month. The satellite is being assembled under the auspices of the Paradox Sonic Space Agency.

Batra, a student at the local BSF Senior Secondary School, is the creator of India's first open-source satellite. Speaking to Milap News Network, Batra claimed that the satellite, which weighs about one kilogramme, was created using nanotechnology.

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