India launched new satellite
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) announced the successful launch of the PSLV-C46 launch vehicle with the latest intelligence satellite, RISAT-2B, on May 22. The rocket launched from the Indian cosmodrome Sriharikot in the Bay of Bengal and soon went into a given orbit. The satellite will help the Indian army to track targets in any weather. Along with this, the apparatus can also work successfully for peaceful purposes: for the needs of agriculture or the monitoring of natural disasters.