Anti-satellite missile is a big achievement: Ex-DRDO chief V.K. Saraswat

27 Mar 2019 06:33 PM

Anti-satellite missile is a big achievement: Ex-DRDO chief V.K. Saraswat

Updated 27 Mar 2019 06:33 PM

India on Wednesday became "a space superpower" as its anti-satellite missile A-SAT successfully targeted a live satellite on a low earth orbit in just three minutes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Wednesday.

"A while ago, India achieved a historic feat. It has entered its name as a space superpower. An Anti-Satellite A-SAT missile successfully targeted a live satellite in space 300 km away in a low earth orbit," the Prime Minister said in a nationally televised speech.  

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