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Deepak Kumar Swain, EMBA 2015-18, Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur
ISRO successfully launched GSAT D6 in Geosynchronous transfer orbit with indigenous cryogenics upper stage. It is a remarkable achievement as few countries only mastered this technology.
First attempt in 2010 was failed but our scientists continued effort to master this technology proved fruitful after second successful launch.
This success comes after the technology denial during 90s, when India was denied this technology.
Few more successful launches will validate our capability to world, and it ll open up great market for us to launch other countries satellites and also other critical missions.