and Space Administration (NASA) launched the world’s smallest satellite build by Indian students. The students could be seen rejoicing after the launch of the satellite that weighs just 64 grams. The satellite was designed and built by 18-year-old Rifath Sharook along with his other teammates. The 18-year-old has broken a global space record by launching the satellite named KalamSat. History was created on June 21, when a NASA sounding rocket carried the ‘KalamSat’ from Wallops Island, a NASA facility.