Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is all set to launch India’s first privately built rocket, Vikram-S, from Sriharikota at 11.30 am on Friday. Union space minister Jitendra Singh will also remain present at the launch centre to witness the historic lift-off. The lift-off of the first Vikram-S rocket was earlier planned for November 15 but was later postponed to this date in view of clear weather. Skyroot Aerospace-Developed Rocket Vikram-S Set To Fly Off on November 18, Leaving Some Questions Unanswered

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