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August 8th, 2017
ISRO to Launch a ‘Back-Up’ Navigation Satellite by August End

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch its navigation satellite IRNSS-1H by the end of this month to augment the existing seven satellites of NavIC constellation, a senior ISRO official said. Read More at Hindustan Times