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India launches 31 Artificial Satellites Together

Earth-monitoring satellites from the Space Center Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh unit of a mission at the same time India has launched 31 satellites. This information has been disclosed in a few Indian media news.



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After the successful launch, ISRO said on behalf of, the remote sensing satellite 712 kg Cartosat-2. Which will be used in many ways to monitor the Earth. Along with this, more than 30 foreign-made small artificial satellites, together with 243 kilograms, went into space. 


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A total of 31 satellites launched into space by pressing the shoulder PSLV that is, the total weight of approximately 955 kg.


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According to sources, 29 nanosatellites were launched in 14 countries. And includes Austria, Belgium, Chile, Czech Republic, Slovak, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, England and the United States. India also has a nanosatellite.

PSLV-C38 rocket launches from the first launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Research Station.
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