NEW DELHI – India plans to launch 28 foreign satellites by 2017, including nine belonging to the U.S. “The Antrix Corporation Limited (Antrix), the commercial arm of [India’s] Department of Space, has signed agreements for launching 28 more foreign satellites from six countries,” Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh said in Parliament on July 22. “Besides that of the U.S., the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch six satellites of ...

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