Also known as the 'Fat Boy', GSLV Mark III is India's heaviest and most powerful rocket ever to be made and has been reportedly compared to the weight of 200 elephants or five jumbo jets.
What does the rocket see? Breathtaking visuals of space from the GSLV Mark III on-board camera.
ISRO – Indian Space Research Organisation
Posted by TheBetterIndia on Thursday, June 8, 2017
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has already been nailing it with the launch of the ‘monster’ rocket, the GSLV Mark-III on Monday.
Adding a cherry to the cake, a video released by the space organisation capturing India’s largest rocket is trending on Twitter for all the interesting reasons.
Immediately gaining the moniker of the ‘Selfie’ video by the netizens of Twitter, the video captures the lift-off and onboard camera views of the 141-foot indigenous rocket.
The triumph of ‘Baahubali’: Amazing ‘selfies’ from @ISRO rocket
— NDTV (@ndtv) June 7, 2017
Also known as the ‘Fat Boy’, GSLV Mark III, is India’s heaviest and most powerful rocket ever to be made and has been reportedly compared to the weight of 200 elephants or five jumbo jets.
Take a look at some of the ‘selfie’ tweets posted by the social media users:
The Baahubali rocket?
— Pallava Bagla (@pallavabagla) June 7, 2017
ISRO definitely doesn’t like to stay behind!
— Chetan Sethi (@sethichetan) June 7, 2017
Cues from ‘Selfie mene le li aaj’?
— Pinky Rajpurohit (@Madrassan) June 7, 2017
Or maybe not!
— meenal dhande (@meenal_dhande) June 7, 2017
You can watch the ‘selfie’ video here.