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The rocket will be carrying GSAT-19 satellite.
Looking at the Sun, Moon, Venus and Mars.
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Currently, the Indian space agency has deals worth ₹400 crores in the bag.
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The Indian space agency is set to launch a record 103 satellites in February.
And this is where India's USP lies. ISRO has till date, on average, charged only around 75 percent for commercial launches of smaller satellites as compared to total costs borne by customers of satellite launch service providers in Europe and US.
CHENNAI: The year 2014 could be easily said as the rocking rocketing year for India - only not for the number of rockets/satellites launched - but also on the technological front. The Indian space age...