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ISpA partners with US Consulate, IIT Madras to boost space ecosystem in Indo Pacific

The newly launched multinational group will be responsible to bring together stakeholders and associations in the space technology sector.

US Consulate General Chennai at the launch of ASEIP and released of a white paper on ‘Space Upstream and Downstream Opportunities and Challenges for Indo-Pacific countries.’ Image: Twitter/@USAndChennai

Indian Space Association (ISpA), a non-profit space industry body, announced the launch of the Association of Space Entrepreneurs in the Indo Pacific (ASEIP) in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras and US Consulate General Chennai.

The group of multinational space associations will work towards promoting international collaborations and scientific research innovations. The working group, founded by ISpA, will include one leading association from India, the US, Japan and Australia.

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