Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has set a record: Reporter 104 satellites into orbit at once.
To make the 104 satellite put into orbit by one launch, the ISRO scientists have used powerful missiles: XL Variant.
The device satellite PSLV launch satellites into orbit from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, India. In particular, Cartosat-2 satellite of India was the first drop. Cartosat-2 satellite weighs 714 kilograms, is responsible for Earth observation. This satellite image sent will be used for the management, coastal land use, monitoring road network, water distribution and land mapping. Cartosat-2’s mission will last 5 years.
103 other satellites released into orbit in sync with the solar orbit, about 520 km from Earth, which has two Nano satellites from India, US 101 guest satellites (96 satellites), Israel, Kazakhstan , the Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates (each have a satellite).
Reportedly, before India, 2014, Space Agency of the Russian Federation has held the record with 37 satellites was put into orbit in one launch.
US Space Agency NASA has ever launched 29 satellites and 20 satellites launched by ISRO launches in 2015.
Watch Full Video of the PSLV_C37 Launch