ISRO SSLV-D1 Launch: India’s space agency Indian Space Research Organization i.e. ISRO has launched the first small satellite launch vehicle i.e. SSLV. Earthobservation satellite and a student satellite have taken off in the launch of SSLV. ISRO carried out this historic mission from the Sriharikota Space Center.
Giving information, ISRO said that the launch of SSLV was successful. The rocket correctly placed both the satellites into orbit. After that the rocket broke apart. At the same time, data from both the satellites has now stopped.
ISRO chairman gave this information
ISRO Chairman S Somnath said the remaining three phases worked as expected. The space agency has been tasked with locating launch vehicles and satellites. At the same time, Somnath told the Mission Control Center a few minutes after the launch at Sriharikota that all the phases performed as expected. The first, second and third phases did their job but there was some data loss in the terminal phase and we are analyzing the data. We will soon give information about the performance of the launch vehicle as well as the position of the satellites.
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He said that we are in the process of analyzing the data related to the final results of the mission with respect to whether the satellites are placed in the designated orbit or not. Please wait, we will give you full details soon.
What is the purpose of ISRO
It is known that ISRO launched its first SSLV mission on Sunday. SSLV is carrying an earth observation satellite EOS-02 and Azadsat, a satellite built by the students. Let us tell you that ISRO’s objective behind this is to become a part of the rapidly emerging SSLV market. The 34-metre-long SSLV took off at 9.18 am to put the satellites in the designated orbits after a countdown of nearly seven and a half hours.
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