India launches 104 satellites

India launches 104 satellites

India launches 104 satellites on a single mission. India has created history by successfully launching 104 satellites on a single mission, overtaking the previous record of 37 satellites launched by Russia in 2014.

Three of the satellites are from foreign countries, most of them from the United States.

The launch took place from Sriharikota space center in south India.

it is a sign that India is emerging as a major player in the multi-billion dollar space market.

"This is a great moment for each and every one of us. This is the most important event for everyone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the first to congratulate the scientists,  India salutes our scientists."

Of the 104 small satellites, 96 belong to the United States and others belong Israel, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Most parts of satellite's belonged united states.

Indian scientist believes that An Indian cartographic satellite will be capable of taking hight resolution images also on board. It is expected to be used to monitor regional arch-rivals Pakistan and China.

By this Indi becomes an alternative to existing international players. This program helped the Indian government to increased the budget.

India launches 104 satellites on a single mission. India has created history by successfully launching 104 satellites on a single mission, overtaking the previous record of 37 satellites launched by Russia in 2014.

Three of the satellites are from foreign countries, most of them from the United States.

The launch took place from Sriharikota space center in south India.

it is a sign that India is emerging as a major player in the multi-billion dollar space market.

"This is a great moment for each and every one of us. This is the most important event for everyone.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among the first to congratulate the scientists,  India salutes our scientists."

Of the 104 small satellites, 96 belong to the United States and others belong Israel, Kazakhstan, the United Arab Emirates, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

Most parts of satellite's belonged united states.

Indian scientist believes that An Indian cartographic satellite will be capable of taking hight resolution images also on board. It is expected to be used to monitor regional arch-rivals Pakistan and China.

By this Indi becomes an alternative to existing international players. This program helped the Indian government to increased the budget.

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