Indian students' 3D-printed satellite takes flight

A group of teenagers in India have created the world’s smallest and lightest satellite with 3D-printing technology. The KalamSat was sent on a four-hour sub-orbital flight to test whether it really is as good as it looks.

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    A group of teenagers in India have created the world’s smallest and lightest satellite with 3D-printing technology.

    The KalamSat was sent on a four-hour sub-orbital flight to test whether it really is as good as it looks.

    Al Jazeera's Mereana Hond reports.


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