In-Space Missions and the Taiwan Space Agency (TASA) signed an MoU for the Faraday Dragon Rideshare mission. The MoU was signed by Tony Holt, Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer at In-Space Missions and Vicky Chu, Deputy Director General of TASA, at the Asia-Pacific Regional Space Forum in Jakarta on 21 September 2023. TASA is committed to supplying indigenously developed components for inclusion on Faraday Dragon, contributing to the deepening of international and regional co-operation in the field of space exploration.
Faraday Dragon is a 200kg small satellite platform with a 5 year mission lifetime that will fly multiple payloads for regional space players including government, commercial, financial, research and educational organisations. Faraday Dragon is due to launch in 2026.