India Hopes GSAT-11 Will Be Last Foreign Launch

NEW DELHI—India hopes the scheduled April launch of its GSAT-11 communication satellite by Arianespace will mark the last time it has to rely on a foreign launcher to orbit a satellite. The 5.7-ton GSAT-11, the heaviest satellite yet built by the state-run Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)...

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