Apart from business, trade, security and terrorism, the meeting between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump was also crucial for the Earth-monitoring satellite called NISAR, being developed jointly by the two countries’ space agencies at a cost of over $1.5 billion (Rs 9,700 crore) and set to be launched around 2020. However, many media reports have called into question the satellite’s future because of the divide between the two countries on the issue of climate change. The Times of India even questioned if NISAR would be able to pass “the Trump test”. Read More at The Wire