Isro successfully test launches two indigenous scramjet engines
The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) on Sunday, successfully tested two indigenous scramjet engines at the the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
ISRO and NSIL are all set to launch 3 satellites on behalf of Singapore, using the indigenously developed PSLV-C53 rockets. Missions like these are crucial to establish India as a major player in space travel and logistics, an industry that will grow exponentially in the years to come.
Nambi Narayanan said that the former officer was 'crossing all limits of decency' and 'there is limit to everything'
The GSAT, or Geosynchronous Satellite, are India's indigenously developed communications satellites. These are primarily used for digital audio, data and video broadcasting for both military and civilian users