NASA Launches World’s Smallest Satellite Built By Indian Student 

The satellite weighs less than a kilograms and fits in a tiny 3-D printed cube. 

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KamalSat, the satellite made by Indian students and named after late President and scientist APJ Abdul Kalam, was launched on Wednesday.

Students who designed the satellite rejoiced as the satellite took off into space.

Last month, Rifath Sharook became the talk of the town after he designed the tiny satellite which weighs a mere 64 grams satellite. The satellite . which fits perfectly in a 3D printed cube.

Information received through the satellite will help us in building better spacecraft. It can be used for back-up communications in disasters.

The 18-year-old from Karur in Tamil Nadu has named the satellite in honour of the late President and scientist APJ Abdul Kalam.

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