AstroSat-2

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AstroSat-2 is India's second dedicated multi-wavelength space observatory, proposed by ISRO to replace the current Astrosat which has been in orbit for two years of its five-year life.[1]

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  1. ^ Isro plans to launch India's 2nd space observatory Times of India 19 February 2018

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