A team of students involved in building satellite “Sathyabamasat” called on Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, in New Delhi, today.
They were accompanied by Vice-Chancellor of Sathyabama University, Dr. B. Sheela Rani.
According to a government statement, the Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of the team in building a satellite to collect data on greenhouse gases (Water vapor, Carbon monoxide, Carbon dioxide, Methane, and Hydrogen fluoride).
“Sathyabamasat” was developed by Sathyabama University, Chennai, under the technical guidance and support from ISRO.
It was one of the 20 satellites launched by ISRO using launch vehicle PSLV-C34 on June 22, 2016.
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