Tamil Nadu teenager is making India proud by making world’s smallest satellite

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Where molestation, sexually assault is increasing in India, which is leaving a bad impression on the country, there comes a teenage who is making India proud by making world’s smallest satellite which is named after India’s nuclear scientist and former President APJ Abdul Kalam.

After working so hard on a project youngster who hails from Tamil Nadu succeeded in breaking the global space record to make a debut in making smallest satellite which weighs just 64 grams.

Rifath Sharook, teenager who made world’s smallest satellite said in a statement, “The main role of the satellite will be to demonstrate the performance of 3-D printed carbon fibre”.

It was learnt that the satellite was selected through a contest ‘Cubes in Space’ which was organized by NASA and ‘I Doodle Learning’.

The satellite is named as ‘KalamSat’ after the name of India’s nuclear scientist and former President APJ Abdul Kalam.

However, the newly launched world’s smallest satellite will be launched by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on June 21.

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