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Thursday, March 28, 2019

'Mission Shakti' which has made India a superpower in space

India has achieved great achievement in the world of space. Addressing the nation at around 12.30 pm on Wednesday afternoon, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India had killed a satellite in space shortly before. India has become the fourth country in the world to do so. This mission in space was similar to the nuclear test conducted in Pokhran. After this test, India has once again considered its iron in the world.

PM Narendra Modi said that the country had killed a satellite in Lo Mein Arbit, while getting big success in space. This operation was called 'Mission Shakti' to kill the satellite at a distance of 300 kilometers in space. With the success of 'Mission Shakti', India has become the fourth space superpower in the world, having space in space also has war power.

What is A-SAT missile?

Satellite country's satellites can be targeted at the target.
Any satellite can be dropped in space.
They can carry out operations several kilometers away from the earth.
Tactical military targets could kill the satellite.
Communication systems of any country can be eliminated.
At the time of the war, the enemy's satellite can be killed.

What is the Low Earth Orbit?

'Lo meaning orbit' means from the lower orbit of the Earth.
Orbit between 120 to 2000 km distance from Earth.
Anything goes down very fast when you arrive in 'Lo Earth Orbit'.
More damage comes when it comes down from a very high level.

'Pride of scientists who increase the value of the country'
Addressing the countrymen, Prime Minister Modi said, "It is a matter of pride for all Indians. This feat has been done by the Indian-ready A-SAT missile. I congratulate all the people associated with this campaign. Today again they have increased the value of the country. We are proud of our scientists. "The Prime Minister said that in the coming days, their use and importance have to be increased and in this way their safety is also very important. He also said that this operation of India is not against any country. He said, "Today's trial does not violate any kind of international law or treaty agreements." We want to use it for the security and peace of 130 million people. "

Tweeted to say 'important message'
Let me tell you that PM Narendra Modi talked about the issue of issuing an important message in the name of the countrymen shortly after 11:30 am on Wednesday morning. He had said that he would bring important messages between 11:45 am to 12:00 am, after which all the rounds of speculation started. Before issuing messages in the name of the countrymen, the Prime Minister had held meetings with the Cabinet Committee of Security Affairs and his Cabinet colleagues, after which the discussion had started that the Prime Minister could give some information on the issue of Defense. PM Modi tweeted, "I will issue an important message to the country between 11:45 and 12:00 p.m. You see on television, radio and social media.

Why are these mission special?

The scientists believe that this successful operation of India is very important. Speaking to Aaj Tak, the scientist RP Tandon told that now India can monitor the enemy's movements in space, in addition to water, land and land. That is, if an enemy country is tracking India through a satellite in space or is espioning then India can destroy its own missile.

These missions are completely Made in India, that is, this mission has been completed with the help of ISRO and DRDO.

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