Skyroot Aerospace (an Indian aerospace startup ) is ready to launch its first launch vehicle Vikram-S, which is the suborbital version of Vikram-1.
What are the differences in flight hardware between Vikram-S and Vikram-1?
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From this news article (emphasis mine)
The Vikram-S rocket is a single-stage sub-orbital launch vehicle which would carry ...
Key takeaways are single stage and sub orbital.
From this article (emphasis mine)
... has successfully built and tested ... cryogenic, hypergolic-liquid, and solid fuel-based rocket engines...
The future orbital rocket is likely to have cryogenic / liquid stages also.
According to Wikipedia (emphasis mine)
The Vikram I, first rocket in the series, has three solid fuel-powered stages ... and the final stage is Raman engine. The Raman engine is powered by MMH and NTO liquid fuels ...