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'One can't compare number of satellites launched by a rocket in one mission to scoring runs in cricket.'
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 Space X CEO congratulated the Indian space agency on Twitter.
And, you thought your selfie game was strong.
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"This is no new technology."
"It's a proud moment for India."
Breaks the Russian record of launching 37 satellites.
ISRO is going to launch 104 satellitles tomorrow.
The satellites are from 6 countries including India and the US.
Three of the satellites are Indian, 88 are from the US and the remaining are from Israel, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UAE.