India Begins Work On 9th Navigation Satellite

BENGALURU—India’s state-run space agency has begun work on IRNSS-1I, the ninth satellite of the country’s navigation constellation, following the failed launch of a backup satellite last month. “Work to assemble the last substitute navigation satellite has already started in Bengaluru” in south...

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