Space enthusiasts, entrepreneurs and industry experts come together to create Team Indus, the only Indian entity in the prestigious Google Lunar X Prize.
ASPIRE: Reach for the Moon
The world’s largest media-tech company Google, X Prize foundation offers a prize purse of $30 million to privately funded teams to land a robotic craft on the moon before 31st Dec 2015.
BELIEVE: What it takes
We used all our learnings from previous successful & otherwise Lunar missions to put together our own strategy that appears to fit our engineering, testing, launch constraints – or as we understand them right now.
CREATE: Building Space hardware
Team Indus Lunar Lander is designed for a soft landing on the Moon near Sinus Iridium, with the last 700s of autonomous descent and precision landing
Reminds me of HCL’s founding days.
Where there is a wheel, there is a way.
Team Indus is an opportunity to bring about transformative change.
The spirit of Modern India and a flavour of its future
India should support people with such great ambition