NEW DELHI — India will launch a dozen foreign satellites in the next couple of years, according to the chief of the country’s space agency. “We have [firm orders] today for about 12 satellites, which are scheduled to be launched in the coming two years,” Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman K. Radhakrishnan says. The satellites are mainly Canadian, German and Indonesian, including an 800-kg (1,760-lb.) spacecraft environment-monitoring satellite from DLF Germany. ISRO ...
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