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A Giant leap

Last month, it was GSAT-9,

South Asia Satellite.

And now a giant leap

With the successful developmental flight of

India’s heaviest Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle,

the GSLV Mark-III,

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

Has placed India with the elite few

Who have excelled in cryogenic technology.

The successfully placing

Of a satellite weighing over 3.1 tonnes

in geostationary orbit is demonstration of

India’s self reliance in launching heavier satellites.

This will not only bring down

the cost substantially but also

boost the nation’s economy.

Bal Krishna, Editor
bal@mycoordinates.org

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