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MoD want the Indian Industry to develop an Orbital Transfer Vehicle to remove space debris

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MoD want the Indian Industry to develop an Orbital Transfer Vehicle to remove space debris
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The Ministry of Defence, Govt of India, wants the Indian industry to develop an Orbital Transfer Vehicle (OTV) that can be operated in space for debris removal. This would require a space vehicle to undertake close proximity operations and development of associated guidance systems for autonomous/semi-autonomous operations.

As per the debris detection, the OTV should be capable of shifting from one orbit to another in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). It includes the development of sensors such as LIDAR, EO, etc, and associated ground systems.

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