What was the name of India’s first indigenous satellite launched on April 19, 1975?

What was the name of India's first indigenous satellite launched on April 19, 1975?

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Q- What was the name of India’s first indigenous satellite launched on April 19, 1975?

  • Aryabhata
  • Vikram
  • Mars Orbiter
  • None of the above

Answer: (1)Aryabhata

Explanation: The correct answer is- Aryabhata, it was India’s first indigenous satellite which was completely manufactured in India and was launched on 19 April 1975. The Soviet Kosmos 3-M rocket was used to send it into Earth orbit. This satellite was named in honor of the great Indian astrophysicist ‘Aryabhata’.

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