NEW DELHI, May 10:
Most of the debris generated from the anti-satellite test India conducted in March have decayed and rest of it will dissipate in a “short period of time”, Defence Research and Development Organisation’s Chairman G Satheesh Reddy said Friday.
He said this in response to a question after delivering a talk on ‘Technology for National Security’ at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses (IDSA), a city-based think tank.
“As I had mentioned on April 6, the debris were to decay in a few weeks time. As per the information that we have already got, most of the debris have decayed. And, whatever, couple of pieces are there, they will be decaying in a short period of time,” Reddy said. (PTI)