India has effectively sent up many satellites, including 20 without a moment's delay a year ago.
In 2014, India turned into the main Asian country to effectively send a Mars test into space of the red planet, a deal $74 million exertion that, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi noted at the time, cost not as much as what it took to make the Hollywood space film "Gravity."
The savage national pride that came about after that achievement sent the Mars test soaring on to the substance of the nation's new 2,000 rupee money note in November.
Presently, India is exhibiting its intensity in the $300 billion worldwide space advertise, said Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan, leader of the Nuclear and Space Policy Initiative at the Observer Research Foundation in New Delhi.
India's space office ISRO propelled a record 104 satellites on a solitary rocket from the Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh today. India has turned into the primary nation to effectively convey such a variety of satellites in a solitary mission.