Here's A 'Selfie' From ISRO's 'Baahubali' Rocket As It Sped Through Space | Read

PUBLISHED ON: June 7, 2017 | Duration: 1 min, 52 sec

  
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Indian space agency ISRO's 'Baahubali rocket' - the mammoth GSLV MK III - has sent back a "selfie" two days after its successful launch. As it cruised in space, the 640-ton rocket, which weighs as much 200 fully grown elephants took its own footage. The GSLV Mk III had also taken its selfie before the lift off on Monday. The black and white image is an infra-red view and it shows the giant 200-ton boosters igniting and falling towards earth as the rocket lifts off. Later, it sent tantalising footage of the placing the GSAT satellite into orbit. (Video courtesy: ISRO)
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