Name MOI-1
Type CubeSat
Units or mass 3U
Status not launched, expected in 2024
Launcher Vikram I
Entity name TakeMe2Space
Institution Company
Entity type Commercial
Headquarters India

Amateur radio mission with access to camera and possibility to upload sandboxed code.


Space Apps will be powered by our own CubeSat constellation. MOI-1 Sat, a 3U CubeSat designed and manufactured indigenously in India, by TM2Space. This state-of-the-art satellite carries the mission of empowering users to capture captivating images of Earth and conduct space experiments like never before.

Dubbed "My Orbital Infrastructure", MOI-1 embodies the relentless pursuit of technological excellence that resonates within the heart of India. From its inception, every intricate detail of this CubeSat has been engineered by Indian engineers at TM2Space, showcasing our dedication to space exploration.

Armed with advanced sensors, dual communication system, robust on-board processors and radition sheilded chasis, this satellite enables users to interact with space in unprecedented ways. With intuitive Space Apps, individuals from diverse backgrounds can seamlessly leverage MOI-1's capabilities to capture mesmerizing images or immerse themselves in the realms of scientific experimentation.
By democratizing access to space, MOI-1 paves the way for collaboration, education, and inspiration. It serves as a catalyst for sparking the next generation's passion for STEM, encouraging innovation and pushing the boundaries of human knowledge.
This groundbreaking mission is made possible through a partnership with SkyRoot Aerospace, India's own commercial rocket.

We would be using the transmitters to send telemetry data as well as measurements from our sensors to the ground station. In addition we would be using the amateur frequencies to direct the satellite to initiate earth observation through a camera module.

  • OrbitScope - Allow the satellite operator to direct the satellite to initiate earth observation through a camera module.
  • OrbitLab - Allow the satellite operator to upload sandboxed code onto the satellite to initiate capture of data from any of the sensory payload. 
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Last modified: 2023-11-04

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