It is an open fact that Prime Ministet Narendra Modi's pet South Asian satellite project will take off in March.
Despite the fact, India's space agency is planning to launch 103 sattelites using its satellite launch vehicle PSLV-C37 in the first week of February.
"We are making a century by launching over 100 satellites at one go," said S Somnath, Director of the Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre of the ISRO.
According to several media reports, ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) has earlier decided to launch 83 satellites in the last week for January, of which 80 were foreign satellites. Later, 20 more satellites were added hence the launch was delayed and the organisation will now take place in first week of February.
"These will be 100 micro-small satellites, which will be launched using a PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle)- C37. The weight of the payload will be 1350 kgs, of which 500-600 kgs will be the satellite's weight," Somnath added.