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Women Find Their Feet in India’s Space Sector

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Saraniya Periaswamy and Umamaheswari K played instrumental roles in the successful debut of the world’s first rocket equipped with a 3D-printed engine by Agnikul Cosmos from Sriharikota. They oversaw the project from inception to launch, highlighting women’s growing contributions to India’s space sector. Agnikul has aborted the mission four times in the past few months before seeing success on May 30.

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