31 satellites in different orbits
The experiment in Sharl is successful
Sriharikota, Newsted: Indian fame again. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched the launch of its satellite, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, to launch 31 satellites in an orbital prediction. Satishvawan Space Launch Center at Sriharikota. The Countdown, which began at 5.58 am Wednesday morning, stayed for 28 hours and slipped into the blaze of the PSLV-Sea 43 carrier at 9.58 am Thursday morning. A micro, 29 nano satellites carrying a 380-kilometer satellite. The PSLV rocket was released from the first launch platform in Sharjah at 17.27 minutes, leaving the Hypower Sprout Imaging Satellite at 636 km in a fixed orbit. The PS4 engine in the rocket was once again disbanded and abandoned satellite abroad by 504 km in orbit. It took 95 minutes to rest in the rest of our satellite, leaving our satellite. The whole time took about 112 minutes. ISRO has taken the same experiment in the past. On September 25, 2016, Shattsu-1 satellites and satellite abroad were taken from Shar to the PSLV Rocket. At the same time, satellites were released in different orbits by a single rocket. During that time, the PS4 engine was burned twice.
The optical imaging detector is a chip in the hyperse spectral imaging satellite (HVISIS). It was designed by Space Application Center in Ahmedabad, the main division of ISRO. The semiconductor laboratory in Chandigarh, with its subsidiary, is made.
Four new nations sent their satellites to orbit by PSLV. Columbia’s FAC Sat, Malaysian Innosat-2, Spain Three-I-1, Australia’s Century Satellite Launches were introduced in a fixed orbit.