History. Made by the Young.

The Orbiter2Moon is a trailblazing program, paving the way for future space engineers. At the center of this unique program is a micro lunar orbiter, designed to orbit the moon and relay data back to Earth. There’s something else that makes this orbiter unique – it will be driven and built exclusively by students.

Around 50 students will get the once in a lifetime chance to build the world’s very first student satellite to orbit the Moon.

They will be guided by TeamIndus’ engineers to design, build and deliver a flight-ready model. This will then be launched as one of the payloads aboard the PSLV, with the TeamIndus spacecraft.

Orbiter2Moon Mission

  • Lift off from Sriharikota, India, on the PSLV
  • The spacecraft will make two orbits around Earth before entering lunar orbit
  • Before the spacecraft starts its landing, the satellite will be released into the moon’s orbit from where it will directly communicate with Earth for a minimum of 100 days

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The Orbiter2Moon is a trailblazing program, paving the way for future space engineers.

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