ISRO set to Launch PSLV-C49 , will also carry nine foreign satellites. ISRO is once again going to wave its glory in space. ISRO will launch the Indian rocket, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-C49 (PSLC-C49) on 7 November. Its countdown is starting today. The PSLV-C 49 will carry the country’s radar imaging satellite (satellite) and 9 other foreign satellites.
The 26-hour countdown will begin for the rocket launch from the first launch pad. The rocket with these 10 satellites is to be launched from Sriharikota rocket port on November 7, ie, Saturday afternoon at 3 pm.
The Indian space agency is set to launch the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49) on 7 November. With this, India is also going to launch the country’s radar imaging satellite (satellite) and nine other foreign satellites through this space. If this happens, the Indian Space Agency will become the agency to successfully carry a total of 328 foreign satellites into space.
ISRO set to Launch PSLV-C49
Expected to launch after Saturday afternoon .According to the information, if all is well with the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49) flight on Saturday evening, then the Indian space agency will install a total of 328 foreign satellites in Paid space so far. The 26-hour countdown for the rocket launch from the first launch pad on Saturday has started today i.e. on Friday afternoon. The rocket is expected to be launched with ten satellites on Saturday afternoon at 3. 02 pm.
Will fly with 9 satellites This year, ISRO will be the first satellite to launch on November 7. According to media reports, information has been given to launch from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center. In this order ISRO’s Satellite IOS (Earth Observation Satellite) will be launched with PSLV-C 49 rocket. The special thing is that C 49 will not only fly an Indian, but will also fly with nine foreign satellites.
With this, many commercial satellites like RISAT-2 BR-2 will also fly. After these successful flights, PSSLV C50 in December and GSAT-12 in January-February are also expected to be released into space.
Every season, day and night the eyes of India will remain on the earth EOS-01. Earth Observation Reset is an advanced series of satellites. It has a synthetic aperture radar (SAR), which can monitor the Earth at any time and in any weather. The biggest feature of this satellite is that the earth can be seen even in the midst of clouds and a clear picture can be taken. It can take day and night pictures and is useful for monitoring as well as civil activities.