India Launches Replacement Navigation Satellite

Credit: Artist's concept of IRNSS-1I: WP:NFCC#4
CHENNAI, India—India’s state-run space agency has successfully launched the eighth spacecraft in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System, IRNSS-1I, marking the completion of the first phase of its homegrown global positioning system. The 1,425-kg (3,142-lb.) satellite was carried into space...

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