India Puts Eight Satellites In Two Orbits With Single Mission

NEW DELHI—India has successfully launched eight satellites into two different orbits using one rocket, marking one of the most complex launches in the history of the country’s space missions. The mission undertaken by India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV C-35) rocket spanned 2 hr., 15 min...

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