We are delighted to announce that In-Space Missions has signed an MoU with Thailand’s GISTDA (Geo-informatics and Space Technology Development Agency) as a mission partner on Faraday Dragon, the world’s first multi-agency Asia-Pacific satellite rideshare. GISTDA is committed to developing space technology and services and is a centre for satellite-based geo-informatic data.

MoUs previously announced for Faraday Dragon include TASA (Taiwan Space Agency), ECSTAR (Thailand) and A*STAR (Singapore).

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.