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India Declares Itself ‘Space Power’ After Destroying Its Own Satellite

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India Declares Itself ‘Space Power’ After Destroying Its Own Satellite

India Declares Itself ‘Space Power’ After Destroying Its Own Satellite

In a surprise televised address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced India’s first successful test of an anti-satellite weapon, which the government used to destroy its own satellite.

Modi said the test signifies India as a “space power,” but critics claim it’s a regrettable and reckless step toward… Read more...

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