Here's complete launch video if anyone's interested: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR5S5nNbd4U (00:45:00 onwards)
This was 114th space mission of ISRO. Here's a complete list of ISRO missions till date: http://www.isro.org/publications/pdf/114%20missions%20Brochu...
Next up, I am waiting for GSLV Mk3 X1 mission in July, in which they're going to test new GSLV Mk3 heavy lifter launch vehicle and a Crew Module.
You added a word. What is more impressive is the current streak of 23 successful missions going back to 1999.
> successful - accomplishing an aim or purpose
What's the extra word here?
I've put in brackets the parts of the title that I think can be omitted without loss of context. If changing the headline, I imagine adding something like, "Indian Space Organization's PSLV...." to the beginning of that headline is best.
In this case the content itself has changed as the satellites were launched, so we've updated the title again.
Is there a clever name for this phenomenon yet? If not...anybody want to attempt to give it one? 'Cause I got nothin'.
It sorta reminds me of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Googlewhack. Maybe it just needs a clever name?