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ISRO successfully launches 100th satellite

ISRO successfully launches its 100th satellite

ISRO successfully launches 100th satellite ‘Cartosat-2 Series’ from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh’s Sriharikota Island on Friday. For the mission, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) used PSLV-C40 launch vehicle, which is carrying 31 satellites, including three from India and 28 from six other countries.The weather observation ‘Cartosat-2 Series’ satellite and 29 others will be inserted into a 505-kilometre sun-synchronous orbit after


ISRO to launch 31 satellites in one go onboard PSLV

ISRO announced that it would launch 31 satellites, including India’s Cartosat-2 series earth observation space craft, in a single mission on-board its Polar rocket on January 10. The mission’s main payload would be India’s Cartosat-2 series earth observation satellite.The final call will be taken in coming days by The Mission Readiness Review committee and Launch


PSLV: the most trusted and reliable satellite carrier of ISRO

PSLV: the most trusted and reliable satellite carrier of ISRO. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is undoubtedly the most trusted and reliable satellite carrier of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro). It haslaunched 209 satellites of 28 countries since May 1999, the vehicle has also placed 48 Indian satellites in their respective orbits till now.

No holding back for ISRO, To launch earth observation satellite and 30 other nano satellites.

The Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO ) announced the launching of 31 satellites including foreign nano-satellites. ISRO will also launch Cartosat-2E , an earth observation satellite, this Friday along with the other nano-satellites.This is another launch by the ISRO within this month launching GSLV Mk-III, a heavy rocket, earlier. The satellites will be placed

India’s PSLV rocket with SCATSAT-1, 7 others lift off

Sriharikota (Andhra Pradesh): An Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket on Monday morning lifted off successfully with the country’s weather satellite SCATSAT-1 and seven others. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will for the first time, be using its own multiple burn technology while launching eight satellites – five foreign and three domestic –