India to launch Earth Observation Satellite on November 7. Amid the ongoing corona epidemic in the country, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch its first satellite this year on November 7. ISRO said on Wednesday that it was about to launch the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle Mission. The satellite will be launched from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center on November 7 at 3:02 pm.
According to ISRO the satellite ‘EOOS 01’ (Earth Observation Satellite) will be launched with PSLV-C49 rocket. Apart from this, nine customer satellites will also be launched. All these are being launched under a commercial agreement with New Space India Limited (NSIL).
ISRO to launch Earth Observation Satellite
Earth Observation is an advanced series of Reset Satellites. Its synthetic aperture radar has the ability to monitor the Earth at any time and in the weather. This satellite is capable of keeping an eye on the earth even between the clouds. It will also help in agriculture, forestry flood situation and disaster management.
The satellite will help the Indian Army greatly. With this help, it will be easy to keep an eye on all enemies including China. Through this, the civil application can be monitored. The launch can be viewed live through ISRO’s website, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter. Following this mission, ISRO plans to launch the GSAT-12R communication satellite with a PSLV-C50 rocket in December.
ISRO launched the last satellite in December 2019. ISRO launched RISAT-2 BR1 on 11 December 2019. This surveillance satellite was launched with the help of PSLV-C48. On 17 January this year, GSAT-30 was launched from the European Spaceport, French Guiana.