India’s GSLV-Mk. 3 Test Flight Slips To November
NEW DELHI — The long-awaited test flight of India’s next-generation Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mk. 3) has slipped into November from its earlier target of late October. The experimental mission will be conducted using a passive cryogenic engine, during which the cryogenic stage...
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