Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)ISROSatish Dhawan of Andhra Pradesh in the early hours todaySpace Center Sriharikota Launch Vehicle Mark From 3 (LVM3) M2 Successfully launched its first dedicated commercial mission of the satellite. Speaking after the launch, ISRO Chairman S Somnath said that it is a happy Diwali for all those at SHAR center as the launch was successful and the separation of the satellites was done properly. All the satellites are in the exact desired orbits, he said.
NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) Chairman and Managing Director D. Radhakrishnan said ISRO had executed the complex mission in style over a period of three to four months. He pointed out that ISRO’s technical competence through this mission was remarkable and highly professional. Mission Director Thaddeus Bhaskaran said that the mission team has done an excellent job in coordinating with the customer and processing the requirements to the best of their ability and made the entire program a success.
a web planetarium a Leo It will operate in a polar orbit and will be arranged in 12 rings with 49 satellites in each plane in the process of forming a constellation. Each satellite will make a complete trip around the Earth every 109 minutes. A total of 588 satellites will be fully in service after the completion of the constellation. The mission will enhance telecommunication and related services. The next Chandrayaan mission will happen next year, according to ISRO chairman, Somnath. Talking to the media after the launch at Sriharikota, he said that a new launch pad would soon be built at Kulasekarapattinam in Tamil Nadu.
Talking to the media, Sunil Mittal of OneWeb said, ISRO LVM3 The launch will boost confidence internationally for commercial satellite launches. AIR correspondent reports that India has a bright future in launching next generation satellites. All 36 One Webb satellites were placed into orbit in four batches, starting twenty minutes after takeoff from the space center’s second launch pad.
The rocket roared across the midnight sky with a burst of orange flames that lit up the sky for a few seconds. The rocket’s performance was downright normal as it rocketed into orbit in a textbook style. Scientists and dignitaries including Sunil Mittal and family attended the ceremony on the successful completion of all the phases of the mission.
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