NEW DELHI – India plans to develop advanced launch vehicle systems and improved Earth observational and communication satellites by 2020, a senior government official says. "The department has laid down the future space program," Jitendra Singh, India’s minister for Earth sciences, said in Parliament on July 9. The plan envisions the development of advanced launch vehicle systems, Earth observational satellites with improved resolution, and high-power, high-throughput ...
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