A-SAT test: India chose a much lower orbit to avoid debris threat to global space assets, says DRDO
Updated : April 06, 2019 07:22 PM IST
Mr Reddy, at a briefing held at the DRDO Bhawan here, said the interceptor had the capability to intercept satellites in orbit of 1,000 km.
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