Indian Position Learn Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday launched the Slight Satellite Beginning Vehicle – Developmental Flight 1 (SSLV-D1) from the Satish Dhawan Position Centre in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
The rocket is 34-metre worthy and weighs 120 tonnes. It’s carrying AzaadiSAT which is constructed by lady students. The countdown for the rocket open started at 2: 26am (local time) on Sunday. According to ISRO, SSLV will location satellites EOS-02 and AzaadiSAT into low earth orbits.
Reports utter AzaadiSAT is carrying 75 payloads marking 75 years of India’s independence.
ISRO said the AzaadiSAT has been constructed by 750 lady students from 75 authorities colleges in rural areas across the nation below the ‘Position Kidz India’ initiative.
Look: ISRO prepares to send Indian astronaut to place
It’s ISRO’s third satellite tv for computer open this year after the a success PSLV-C53 mission in June. In February, ISRO had positioned earth commentary satellite tv for computer EOS-04 on board the PSLV-C52/EOS-04 mission.
According to ISRO, SSLV ensures low turn-round time and flexibility in accommodating plenty of satellites.
(With inputs from Businesses)
WATCH WION LIVE HERE