ISRO – Indian Space Research Organization took a giant leap in space missions. On June 22, 2016 at 9:26 AM, India launched 320 tonnes Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle – C34 (PSLV – C34) with 3 Domestic & 17 foreign satellites (total 20) from Satish Dhawan Space Center. This was a bug step from India. Everyone was quite nervous about the launch, but after successful launch a wave of happiness arised in ISRO scientists.
The satellites launched on Wednesday include Cartosat – 2 from India, Lapan-A3 from Indonesia, Biros from Germany, M3MSat from Canada, SkySat Gen2-1, a Google-made satellite from USA, GHGSat-D from Canada, 12 Dove satellites from USA, Sathyabamasat from Sathyabhama University, Chennai and Swayam from College of Engineering, Pune.