In-Space Missions has signed an MoU with ECSTAR (The Excellence Centre of Space Technology and Research), operating under the International Academy of Aviation Industry (IAAI) and the King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) in Bangkok, as a mission partner on Faraday Dragon, the world’s first multi-agency Asia-Pacific satellite rideshare.

ECSTAR aims to develop Thailand’s space capability through research and funded projects, and boosts international cooperation with other space agencies.

Faraday Dragon, which is scheduled to launch in October 2026, provides mission partners with opportunities for in-orbit validation, technology demonstration, in-country capacity building and regional collaboration.