Science & Health
Historic PSLV-C45 flight places India's 'spy detector' satellite on orbit to act as a force multiplier by monitoring electromagnetic radiation indicating radar activity.
Apr 1, 2019
The External Affairs Ministry has played down any risk of debris, noting the test was in low-Earth orbit and said the remnants would "decay and fall back on to the Earth within weeks."
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