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India’s first spy satellite shows result

Two one meter resolution photographs – one of Lucknow city and second one of Lucknow University – taken by India’s first ever indigenous “spy” satellite, was shown to the public at the Indian Science Congress here.

The photographs were shown by ISRO chairman Dr K Kasturirangan at a public meeting at the Science Congress on Thursday evening.

The satellite is working fine and the ISRO is still in the process of validating the functioning of the satellite, he said. It has not been handed over to its main user Ministry of Defence so far, he added.

The Technology Experiment Satellite was launched a few months ago from Sriharikota.