Media Coverage

  1. Astrome Technologies – Providing Connectivity Anytime, Anywhere (NewSpace India, March 18 2016)
  2. India’s NewSpace Entrepreneur Series: Neha Satak interviewed by Susmita Mohanty (NewSpace India, April 20 2016)
  3. Beaming Internet From Space Through Astrome (Electronics For You, May 10 2016)
  4. Entrepreneurship Experience in Bangalore (Club SciWri LinkedIn Page, July 28 2016)
  5. Neha Satak, Astrome Technologies (YourStory YouTube Channel, August 10 2016)
  6. Startup Astrome Technologies | YourStory (YourStory YouTube Channel, August 10 2016)
  7. This space entrepreneur from a small town in Rajasthan is taking on the Elon Musks of the world (YourStory, August 11 2016)
  8. A dream to beam Internet from space (The Hindu, September 4 2016)
  9. High-speed internet for India’s remotest corners by 2020 (Bangalore Mirror, September 5 2016)
  10. The race to provide Internet from space to India & other emerging markets (The Economic Times, October 24 2016)
  11. The Astrome Plan Is to Launch 150 Satellites By 2020 (SatNews, October 25 2016)
  12. Astrome, Internet Satelital de Banda Ancha de la India para el Mundo (Latam Satelital, November 9 2016)
  13. Exclusive: Former Nokia executive backs spacetech startup Astrome (VC Circle, December 8 2016)
  14. ORF KC 2017 | Satellite Internet for Digital India (Observer Research Foundation YouTube Channel, February 16 2017)
  15. Space India 2.0 (Space India 2.0: Commerce, policy, security, and governance perspectives, February 17, 2017)
  16. Astrome’s Technology to Deliver Internet From Space (YouTube, May 16 2017)
  17. India Looks for Its Own Elon Musk to Win the Space Race with China (The Wall Street Journal, June 23 2017)
  18. Internet from space: Why not? (TEDx Talks, June 29 2017)
  19. These Ideas Are Worth The Moolah (The New Indian Express, July 10 2017)
  20. Here, Space Is The Limit (Entrepreneur Magazine)
  21. This Bengaluru startup is readying satellites to send you high speed internet from space – anywhere in India (Bangalore Mirror, September 2 2017)
  22. A Bengaluru startup is readying satellites to send you high-speed Internet from space (The Economic Times, September 2 2017)
  23. Final frontier: Sky is the limit for 2 IISc start-ups (The Asian Age, September 24 2017)
  24. Final frontier: Sky is the limit for 2 IISc start-ups (Deccan Chronicle, September 26 2017)
  25. ‘Jargon unnecessary, make science simple’ (Times of India, November 16 2017)
  26. ವಿಜ್ಞಾನವನ್ನು ಕುತೂಹಲಕರವಾಗಿ ಬೋಧಿಸಿ: ನಾರಾಯಣಮೂರ್ತಿ (Prajavani, November 16 2017)
  27. Infosys Science Foundation panel: how to communicate science without jargon (YourStory, November 29 2017)
  28. Science jargon and society – do we need to bridge this gap? (YourStory YouTube Channel, November 28 2017)
  29. As ISRO launches its 100th satellite, meet the Indian startups aiming for the stars (YourStory, January 13 2018)
  30. Indian start-up’s moon mission in doubt (Nature, January 19 2018)
  31. Time for India to Consider a Special Track for Space Startup Incubation (The Wire, January 20 2018)
  32. Don’t Panic! The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Creating a Space Startup in India (The Wire, February 28 2018)
  33. Awards for tech ideas (The Telegraph, May 12 2018)
  34. National Technology Awards presented (Business Line, May 11 2018)
  35. Connecting Everyone (Outlook Business, June 22 2018)
  36. IIMBue 2018: India will be able to put human being in orbit in next 6-7 years, says ex-ISRO chief (One India, June 23 2018)
  37. Launch pads: Is Cisco accelerator’s belief in B2B startups paying off? (VC Circle, August 28, 2018)
  38. List of top internships: Freshers can apply too, earn up to Rs 11,000 (The New Indian Express, June 13, 2019)