Space bureau ISRO successfully established the digital intelligence satellite EMISAT and 28 nanosatellites of international clients from Sri harikota today. For this, India attempts to give birth to another surveillance satellite using a particular mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV C-45) which has many firsts. EMISAT along with the 28 other tanks were placed in the orbit, the space agency said.
Today’s launch comes six days after India test-fired an anti-satellite (ASAT) missile in the Mission Shakti operation.
“I am very happy with achieving a double bullseye in space, first with Mission Shakti a direct hit to kill of a satellite at 300 kilometre altitude and now, with the help of ISRO, India’s EMISAT successfully placed in orbit,” Dr G Satheesh Reddy, chief of DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation), told NDTV.
The countdown for the launch over the PSLV, at its 47th flight, started at 6:27 am on Sunday, ISRO said. Here is the 71st launch vehicle assignment for Sriharikota. For the very first time, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) encouraged common people to look at the launch
Specialities Of PSLVC45
This low-Earth orbit satellite that weighs 436 kg, sources say, will monitor and give locations for enemy radar sites deep in their territory.
• India was using airplanes for the warning purpose.
• This the first experiment by ISRO to place satellite in three orbits .
“The immediate mission what we are targeting is the PSLV C-45. This mission is special in the sense, for the first time PSLV will have a three-orbit mission in a single flight,” said ISRO chairman K Sivan.
EMISAT is geared toward measuring the electromagnetic spectrum, at about 17 minutes out of the lift in a 749 km orbit, and they’d restart the fourth phase. The launch also includes 28 little satellites of the US, Switzerland, Lithuania, and Spain.
These include 20 Flock-4A 4 and satellites Lemur satellites of the equal amount that gave the contentious pictures that questioned the efficiency of this Balakot air strikes from the Air Force.