Indian Space Research Organisation has successfully launched three satellites

Indian space agency , on Wednesday successfully launched three satellites, including Resourcesat-2, an advanced satellite remote sensing to study the natural resources.

  satellite launch vehicles were also brought along a satellite owned by India-Russia, Youthsat, to study the stars and the atmosphere, and a first satellite Singapore, X-Sat, a small satellites that will be used for imaging applications the image.

Aircraft Pelucur Polar Satellite takes off from launch sites in Shiharikota, in eastern India which marks a dramatic success of the Indian Space Research Organisation , after the failure of a series of satellite launch them. India trying to emerge as a global player in the lucrative satellite launch market.

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