NEW DELHI — The launch of the Indo-French Saral navigational satellite has been delayed until early next year, an Indian space scientist says. The satellite was initially slated to be lofted on Dec. 12 on board the Indian space agency’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C20) – from the space center in Sriharikota in south India. The mission has been postponed in view of “some technical issues” that cropped up during the program, the scientist at the Bengaluru-based Indian ...
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