Indian rocket lifts-off with military satellite for IAF


An Indian GSLV-F11 rocket with a two-tonne GSAT-7A military communication satellite lifted-off from the second launch pad here on Wednesday evening.

At 4.10 p.m. the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark II, numbered GSLV-F11, by the Indian space agency, rose into the sky with a deep-throated growl, breaking free of its shackles.

The rocket rapidly rushed towards the blue skies with a thick orange flame at its tail. Read More

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