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The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched 17 satellites in Babylon, one after the other.  At the same time, India became a proud country with the new Simachikuno, leaving behind 2 countries.  
With this launch, ISRO has vacated its Satellite Center for private companies.  Established the Space Corporation and The New Space India Limited to commercialize the satellite launch.  

Brazil's first satellite Amazonia 1 has been launched by this Indian company known by the nickname NSIL.  For the first time, people from a private company or academy will test their satellite at the UR Rao Satellite Center in Bengaluru.  ISRO currently only allows for two satellites.  The satellite will also look at deforestation in the Amazon rainforest and conduct agriculture analysis for agricultural development. 

 With this launch, India-Brazil relations will reach the heights of space.  India has made it clear that it will maintain its relationship by sending the corona vaccine to Brazil.  This satellite for ISRO has been developed by 'Space Kids India'.  By sending an electronic copy of the Bhagavad Gita into space, the exclamations of Shri Bhagwan can only be sent to a planet (without stopping on the earth, in the solar system) for the future humanity or to convey the message of karma, knowledge, devotion to the people of Vaikuntha wandering in space.

  The institute launched a satellite built by high school, college science students. The smallest and lightest satellite - a satellite weighing just one kilogram and 5 grams - was a classmate.  This is ISRO's third successful mission during the Corona crisis. ISRO's work did not go down during the lock-down. In November 2020, it launched India's Earth Observation Satellite (EOS) -1 and nine foreign satellites, including the US and Luxembourg. 
 Space scientists have achieved unprecedented capability to destroy enemy satellites in space at a distance of up to 5,000 km from the earth.  Strengthened the space sector through various contracts with the United States, Britain, Germany, Canada, Singapore, the Netherlands, Japan, Malaysia and France.  

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The success of the Mars mission has sent shockwaves around the world, with India dominating the water, land, air and now space sectors.  Today, countries around the world depend on India for its ability to carry out more missions at a lower cost.  Satellites are useful in the smallest detail of human life, including knowledge of the universe.  In addition to information on constellations, planets, meteorites, weather information, predictions, satellite information from other countries, GPS navigation, TV, channel, DTH, Internet, phone call and communication, useful in everyday life, India is at the forefront of marine studies.  
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With new experiments, India has now become self-sufficient in space science.  The uninterrupted collaboration of the American organization NASA, working on a joint basis of several missions.  While NASA has publicly praised Indian missions like the Chandrayaan, Indian-American scientist Swati Mohan has been involved in the recently launched Perseverance Rover on Mars.  NASA - ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar - A satellite called Nisar will be launched in 207. 

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 The satellite will be useful for studying earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, climate change and landslides.  ISRO's upcoming missions to planets like Atomic Clock, Chandrayaan-2, Mangalyaan-2, Mercury and Venus are targeted for progress in the coming years.  4721 2112

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