Four Indian satellites are slated for launch over the next two months, a senior space scientist says, using both Indian and foreign launchers. “Between July 1 and July 26, we hope to loft a navigation satellite and Insat-3D meteorological satellite, followed by the launch of a communication satellite, GSAT-14, and a military satellite, GSAT-7, in August,” the scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) tells Aviation Week. GSAT-14 will launch aboard India’s ...

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