India to Launch 1st Female-Only Satellite

India to Launch 1st Female-Only Satellite

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Image of India's first female-only satellite

New Delhi, India (June 21, 2023) – India is set to launch its first female-only satellite on July 20th. The satellite, named “Shakti,” will be used to study the effects of space radiation on female astronauts.

Shakti is a 100-kg satellite that was built by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). It is equipped with a number of instruments that will measure the levels of radiation in space, as well as the effects of radiation on biological samples.

The launch of Shakti is a significant milestone for India, as it will be the first time that a country has launched a satellite specifically designed for female astronauts. The satellite is expected to provide valuable data that will help to ensure the safety of female astronauts in space.

The launch of Shakti is also a sign of India’s growing space program. In recent years, India has made significant progress in the field of space exploration, and it is now one of the leading spacefaring nations in the world. The launch of Shakti is a further demonstration of India’s commitment to space exploration, and it is sure to inspire young women and girls around the world.

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