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"It's a proud moment for India."
Three of the satellites are Indian, 88 are from the US and the remaining are from Israel, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the UAE.
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ISRO's rocket will carry 100 foreign Satellites out of a total of 103.
ISRO has signed a contract of building two satellites with Alpha.
This is the first time a camera is being used on the rocket during the launch.
The satellite will be focused on telemedicine and communication
Images provided by the observation satellite helped the Indian army execute the mission successfully.
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