India to launch five Remote Sensing Satellites

India plans to put five remote- sensing satellites into orbit in the first half of next month after fixing a rocket “anomaly” that forced it to delay launches in May.The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle will carry India’s Cartosat-2B, Algeria’s ALSAT-2A and two small satellites from the University of Toronto, P.S. Veeraraghavan, director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre.

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2 Responses to India to launch five Remote Sensing Satellites

  1. This ought to be interesting. You sound like one who’s interested in sciences. Speaking of such, did you know about NASA’s New Horizons? Spacecraft on its way to Pluto and beyond?

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  2. And by the way, here’s the link. You can read all about it here. I was blown away bra – http://three65vibe.wordpress.com/2010/06/17/nasa-new-horizons/

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