India is fast becoming a force to reckon with in the tech world, and recent breakthroughs are enough to tell us that the country will soon become a super power, with enough technology to challenge the likes of South Korea, Japan, China, and America.
The country has now created history after it successfully launched 104 satellites on a single mission. The closest to that figure was that which was accomplished by Russia, and that was 37 satellites back in 2014. We learned that out of the 104 satellites that were launched, about 96 were from the USA.
The satellites were launched from Southern India at the Sriharikota space center, and those who were there to observe the takeoff applauded it and even said it’s a sign that India will soon be a major player in the space business.
One of the first to congratulate the scientists was Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he stated that “this remarkable feat by @isro is yet another proud moment for our space scientific community and the nation. India salutes our scientists.”