Posted October 25, 2018 05:31:33India’s space agency is launching a communication satellite that will be the first of its kind.
ISRO Chairman A S Kiran Kumar is expected to make the announcement on Wednesday at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) headquarters in New Delhi.
The spacecraft will carry a two-tonne payload to orbit, which is the size of a small house.
The Indian space agency will be launching the satellite in a modified version of the GSLV-M rocket used to launch India’s GSLV rockets.
It will be built by Russian company SES.
India will use the GSLVs for launching rockets to send satellites into low Earth orbit.
It is also developing a new rocket for the next-generation communications satellites.
In 2018, India’s space launch programme reached its peak with the launch of the Chandrayaan-1 and Chandrayang-2 missions.
ISRAEL, an agency of the Russian Federation, has a long history of spaceflight.
It launched two satellites, Chandrayan-1 in 2001 and Chandra-2 in 2007.
The latter was launched on a Russian Soyuz rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
The two satellites launched successfully, but they were not intended to replace satellites currently in orbit.
ISROS first spacecraft launched in 1999 was the Mir Spacecraft, which had a weight of 2.3 tonnes.
The agency’s first space vehicle was the ISRO-designed satellite Antrix in 2001.
The first spacecraft to orbit a planet was the India-built PSLV-C38 in 2007, which was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota.
ISro has launched a number of spacecraft in its history.
Its first spacecraft, ISRO ISRO Satellite Launch Vehicle (ISLV), was launched in March 2006.
The second spacecraft, the ISROC-1, launched in October 2006.
A fourth spacecraft, GSLV MkII, was launched later that year.
The fifth spacecraft, IndiaSat-1A, launched on November 5, 2007.
ISRLT was launched by the third ISRO mission in January 2009.
It was the last ISRO spacecraft to fly.
The last mission to orbit Mars was the mission to the Red Planet, the first mission to send an unmanned spacecraft to Mars in May 2010.
ISr/s PSLV is designed to carry a communications payload for an entire nation.
ISTRO launched its second satellite in April 2016, the Satellite Communications Satellite (SCS) for the Indian government.
The satellite was named PSLV 2 after its maiden launch, PSLV 1.
ISraos second mission, the PSLV 4 mission, is being launched for the first time.
The mission is the first in a series of three planned missions.
India has signed a cooperation agreement with ISRO for the spacecraft and satellite.
The PSLV mission will be launched from a launch pad at the Satyanaghat Space Centre, Sriharika, in Andhra Pradesh.
It has a mass of around 4.2 tonnes.