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Launch of First Indian Satellite

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Launch of First Indian Satellite

ISROs first satellite, Aryabhata, was launched on 19 April 1975 from Kapustin Yar using a Kosmos 3M launch vehicle by Russia. Developed countries around the world argued that India should first take care of its poverty and take space endeavors seriously later. It was actually a satellite that was built for the purpose of gaining experience in building and operating a satellite in space. It was built to conduct experiments in x ray astronomy, aeronomics, and solar physics. Though it worked only for four days, it set in motion various space projects over the years that took India to moon and set its eyes on mars. Aryabhata reentered the earths atmosphere 11 February 1992. The space race in reality facilitated in Indias progress as satellites gave eyes in the sky, which India successfully used for agriculture, telecommunications, educations and planning.


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Shift from Silver Standard to Gold Standard
October 27 1947
Framing of Constitution 1950
Telecom revolution 1995
How Gurdaspur got India Kashmir
The End of World War I 1918
Launch of First Indian Satellite
Rediscovery of River Saraswati
Emergency of 1975
Robert Clives Failed Suicide Attempt
Liberalization of 1991
World War I begins 1914
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