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ISRO: 104 Satellites in 1 Go

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Abstract: On February 15, 2017, ISRO set a new world record by launching 104 satellites in a single PSLV-C37 mission. There are many records in this mission. The record countdown time of 28 hours, cost of the launch, time taken for ejecting 104 satellites without collision, engineering innovation, flaw less project management are some of them. The case study describes the ISRO’s Journey, track record, vision, PSLV-C37 project, time management, cost management of the project, ISRO Jugaad, and their future plans of manned space missions, Reusable Launch Vehicles (RLV), moon lander, Mars, Venus and Jupiter missions. The case study also highlights ISRO becoming destination for foreign companies for commercial space services at low cost.

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