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2017/3/23(Thu)17:10

Recently rise of India as a new aero-space power have made the world astonished but it also has been sometimes travestied. Once a well-known English journal published a cartoon, illustrating an Indian farmer wearing traditional clothes with a turban accompanied by a cow who visits a club named ‘Elite Space Club’, where well-groomed gentlemen in fancy suits gather, and knocks at its door, to satirize Indian people’s effort.
 
India is not in a race, but on par with excellence in the fields of nuclear and missile technologies and communications satellites. India's ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) set a record of successful launch of a space prove on its first attempt to Mars in 2013, when many countries failed.
 
Aero-India 2017, held in February, witnessed Asia's biggest air show in the out skirts of Bangalore city in South India with major international public and private participants from US, Europe, Israel, France, Canada and others including BAE systems, Boeing, Dassault, GEAviation, Rolls-Royce, as well as United Aircraft Corporation from Russia.
 
On 15th February 2017, India broke the world record for launching 104 satellites in one go and from a single rocket. ISRO outperformed its previous record of 20 satellites, by using time-tested Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). It replaced the earlier record of 37 satellites by Russia in 2014.
 
India is progressing as an emerging hub in the field of space development, especially development of satellites.

 
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​Reported by ABK-AOTS Dosokai Tamil Nadu Centre
 

*Any feedback on this article or suggestion of possible themes/topics would be greatly appreciated. johochosa@hidajapan.or.jp

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