Today ISRO Launched Eight Other Nano Satellites Including Oceansat-3

Today ISRO launched eight other nano satellites including Oceansat-3.

ISRO launched the OceanSat-3 (OceanSat) satellite from the launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota today.

Launching was done with a PSLV-XL rocket. Along with this, 8 nanosatellites were also launched.

8 nanosatellites were also launched.

The primary payload of the rocket is an OceanSat which will be separated into orbit-1.

While eight other nano-satellites will be placed in different orbits depending on the requirements (in Sun-synchronous polar orbits).

Indian Space Research Organization did another big feat today i.e. on Saturday. ISRO launched 9 satellites simultaneously at around 12 o’clock this morning.

According to the leading news agency, ISRO launched eight small satellites, including Oceansat-3 and one satellite from Bhutan, under the PSLV-C54/EOS-06 mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Tamil Nadu. ISRO Chief has confirmed this news.

ISRO Chairman S Somnath said that PSLV-C54 successfully placed the Earth Observation Satellite and eight other satellites in the target orbit.

According to ISRO, this launch was done at 11.56 pm on Saturday afternoon.

Oceansat-3 and eight mini-satellites – Bhutansat, Pixel’s ‘Anand’, two Thibolts of Dhruva space, and four Astrocast of Spaceflight USA – were launched through SLV-C54.

Before this, ISRO launched the first privately developed Indian rocket. On November 18, India’s first private rocket ‘Vikram-S’ took off from the spacecraft here on Friday carrying three satellites.

The six-meter-long launch vehicle ‘Vikram-S’ has been named after the father of the space program, Vikram Sarabhai. It has been developed by ‘Skyroot Aerospace’.

The mission has been named ‘Prarambh’ as ​​a symbol of a new beginning.

Vikram-S carried satellites from Chennai-based start-up ‘Space Kidz’, Andhra Pradesh’s start-up ‘N-Space Tech’ and Armenian start-up ‘BazumQ Space Research Lab’.

ISRO achieved a historic success, and India’s stature increased in space science.

The ‘RH200’ rocket of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was successfully launched for the 200th consecutive time from the Thumba coast of Thiruvananthapuram on Wednesday.

ISRO called it a “historic moment”. Former President Ram Nath Kovind, ISRO Chairman S. Somnath, and others became its witnesses.

The ‘RH200’ took off from the Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station (TERLS).

An ISRO statement said that the scientific community is using Indian-sounding rockets to conduct experiments on meteorology, astronomy, and space physics.

The statement said that the 200th consecutive successful flight is a testimony to the unmatched commitment of Indian rocket scientists displayed over the years.

After the successful test of the rocket, all the scientists expressed happiness.

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