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Pakistan Observer - - IN­TER­NA­TIONAL -

“Each of these small ob­jects that you are put­ting into space will carry out their own ac­tiv­ity, which is in­de­pen­dent of the other, and each of them will live a won­der­ful life for a fi­nite pe­riod,” In­dian Space Re­search Or­gan­i­sa­tion (ISRO) chair­man A.S Ki­ran Ku­mar told the NDTV news net­work.

The busi­ness of put­ting com­mer­cial satel­lites into space for a fee is grow­ing as phone, In­ter­net and other com­pa­nies as well as coun­tries seek greater and more high-tech com­mu­ni­ca­tions.

In­dia is com­pet­ing with other in­ter­na­tional play­ers for a greater share of that launch mar­ket, and is known for its low-cost space pro­gramme.— AFP

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