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Remarkable feat, India salutes our scientists: PM Modi congratulates ISRO on successful launch of 104 satellites

DNA Wednesday, 15 February 2017
Remarkable feat, India salutes our scientists: PM Modi congratulates ISRO on successful launch of 104 satellitesIn a proud moment for the country, India on Wednesday scripted history by launching 104 satellites on a single rocket.

The space agency launched satellites using its PSLV-C37 workhorse for the mission, which had a previous best of 20 simultaneous satellite launches.

Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, Prime Minister...
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News video: India claims record for multiple satellite launch

India claims record for multiple satellite launch 00:45

The Indian space industry is claiming a world record for the launch of 104 nano-satellites in a single launch. It is another notable success for the Indian Space Research Organisation, which three years ago stunned the international space community by sending a low-cost probe mission into Mars orbit,...

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