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Watch: Simulation of A-SAT BMD interceptor missile fired by India

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Published : Mar 27, 2019, 2:40 pm IST
Updated : Mar 27, 2019, 2:40 pm IST

By doing so – and that too in just three minutes -- India had entered elite club of space countries USA, China and Russia, PM said.

Government sources told ANI that the A-Sat weapon was launched at 11.16 am on Wednesday and targetted an Indian satellite which had been decommissioned.   (Photo: Screengrab)
 Government sources told ANI that the A-Sat weapon was launched at 11.16 am on Wednesday and targetted an Indian satellite which had been decommissioned. (Photo: Screengrab)

New Delhi: Breaking the suspence over the "important message", Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday informed that India can now defend itself in space as its scientists had mastered the anti-satellite technology by shooting down a live low-earth orbit satellite.

A simulation of A-SAT BMD interceptor missile was shared by news agency ANI.

 

By doing so – and that too in just three minutes -- India had entered the elite club of space countries USA, China and Russia, The Prime Minister said.

Government sources told ANI that the A-Sat weapon was launched at 11.16 am on Wednesday and targetted an Indian satellite which had been decommissioned. 

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