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Indian Multidimensional Space Plan
India made a nascent beginning in the space arena in 1963 and today is been globally reorganised as one of the leading space powers in the world. In 1963, India’s entry into the space field began with the launching of sounding rockets.
KeywordsSpace Technology Geostationary Orbit Space Programme Thermal Protection System Indian Space Research Organisation
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