India plans to launch more than one hundred satellites in one go
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch February 15 once the satellite 104, reports The Times of India. The launch will be carried out by means of the launch vehicle PSLV-C37. It should be noted that the satellite 101 will belong to other countries, the remaining three will be Indian. As representatives of ISRO, the increase in the number of satellites that can be run at a time, will reduce the cost of space launches. If the launch goes according to plan, India will set a new record. See also: China in late November, it plans to launch a lunar probe satellite Currently ISRO was able to launch 20 satellites simultaneously.