Rifath Shaarook, an 18 year old along with five other students designed a satellite which weighs just 64 grams and is selected in “Cubes in Space” contest organized by Idoodle Learning in association with NASA. The satellite is made of reinforced carbon fibre with 3-D printing technology. It took more than two-years for Shaarook and his team to design the less weight satellite using the 3-D printing technology at a cost of just ₹1 lakh. Shaarook, who lost his father at a very young age, got the zeal from him to become a scientist. Shaarook nicknamed his design KalamSat, after Abdul Kalam, India’s former president and famed rocket scientist.