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Watch: ISRO PSLV-C37 Launch 104 Satellites in a Selfie Video

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) created history by successfully launching 104 satellites on a single mission on February 15.

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Updated:February 16, 2017, 3:12 PM IST
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Space scientists note that the number of satellites launched by a rocket in one mission is not comparable to scoring runs in cricket. (Image: ISRO)
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Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) created history by successfully launching 104 satellites on a single mission on February 15. PSLV-C37 lifted off from Sriharikota on a clear Wednesday morning with 104 satellites - 101 of them belonging to other countries.

Within 28 minutes, all of the earth-observation satellites were placed in their orbits. That's a record by many an Astronomical Unit, considering that the last one was set by a Russian rocket when it lifted off with 37 satellites in June 2014. It's also a huge improvement on ISRO's own performance of 23 satellites set in June 2015.

Also read: ISRO Creates Big World Record, PSLV Takes Off With 104 Satellites

ISRO has now released video footage from the onboard camera of the PSLV-C37, providing a ‘selfie’ view of the entire mission.

View the ‘selfie’ video on the official website of ISRO here.

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| Edited by: Debashis Sarkar
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