19 satellites were sent to space via India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). The Indian rocket PSLV-C51 was launched on Sunday morning at 10.24 minutes with a launch pad from the Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. These satellites also include Satish Dhawan ST (SD-ST) of Chennai’s Space Kids India (SKI). The top panel of this spacecraft has a photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi engraved on it. According to SKI, an ‘SD Bhagavad Gita’ has also been sent to an SD card with it. The 637 kg Brazilian satellite Amazonia-1 was successfully placed into orbit with this rocket. In addition, 18 other satellites were also sent into space. 13 of these are from the US. India’s first space mission in 2021 was too long for the PSLV rocket, as its flight time was 1 hour 55 minutes and 7 seconds. With the launch of the rocket on Sunday morning, the total number of foreign satellites launched by India increased to 342.