India Set To Launch 28 Foreign Satellites In Next Two Years

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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...

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