ISRO Chairman Sivan said ISRO was additionally intending to dispatch Geosynchronous Launch Vehicle GSLV-F10 conveying earth perception satellite — EOS-03
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is preparing for a progression of missions, including dispatch of little satellite dispatch vehicles, Chairman K. Sivan said on November 7.
He offered the remarks after the effective dispatch of earth perception satellite — EOS-01—and nine client satellites installed its Polar rocket, PSLV-C49, from this spaceport, around 110 km from Chennai.
Tending to the researchers at the Mission Control Center, he said “…we have begun this mission [PSLV-C49/EOS-01] after COVID pandemic. Presently we have a progression of missions on our hands. Promptly we will have the PSLV-C50. It will dispatch satellite CMS01 then we will have the new vehicle SSLV, the principal advancement flight.”
As per ISRO, those satellites which gauge less and accompany restricted dispatch choices, can be sent on Small Satellite Launch Vehicles (SSLVs).
The earth perception satellite sent on PSLV-C49 was weighing around 630 kg.
Right now, little satellites are sent alongside other large satellites which are dispatched utilizing ISRO’s confided in workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) or Geosynchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV).
Mr. Sivan said ISRO was additionally wanting to dispatch Geosynchronous Launch Vehicle GSLV-F10 conveying earth perception satellite — EOS-03. “I am certain group ISRO will consistently adapt to the situation and meet the necessities according to the interest put on them,” he said.
request put on them,” he said.
‘Essential satellite in charge’
In the interim, in a public statement, ISRO said following the effective dispatch of the PSLV-C49/EOS-01 on November 7, the ISRO Telemetry Tracking and Command Network at Bengaluru accepted control of the earth perception satellite which is the essential satellite.
“In the coming days, the satellite will be brought to its last operational design,” the delivery said.
EOS-01, an earth perception satellite, is expected for applications in farming, ranger service and fiasco the executives uphold.
The nine client satellites are from Lithuania, Luxembourg and U.S. were dispatched under a business concurrence with NewSpace India Ltd.