India launching electronic intelligence satellite

29 satellites launch together, for the first time sent to 3 different classes

India launching electronic intelligence satellite : Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched 29 Nano Satellites from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota on Monday. These include one satellite emetate in India, 24 of America, 2 Lithuania and 1-1 of the satellite belong to Spain and Switzerland. This is the first time that ISRO is setting up a tool in three different classes in a single campaign. It was launched at 9:27 AM with the help of PSLV-C45 rocket.

The Emisat will be used to measure electromagnetic spectrum. Through this, it will be possible to track the radar system of enemy countries as well as their location. In the satellites being sent, the weight of Emisat is 436 kg and the total weight of the remaining 28 satellites is 220 Kg.

This is happening for the first time

This campaign is about 180 minutes long. On completion of the first 17 minutes, PSLV will set up an Emisat at 749 km altitude. After this, running the fourth power engine in the fourth phase will set up foreign nanotechnology at a height of about 504 km. After this, the rocket will be brought to 485 km height in the fourth phase, where it will play the role of orbital platform and complete some special experiment with Chandrayaan-2 campaign with the help of three experimental payloads brought with them.(India launching electronic intelligence satellite )

PSLV World’s Most Trusted Launch Vehicle

This time PSLV-C 45 to 29 satellites will be launched. This is the 47th flight of PSLV. This is considered as a very reliable launch vehicle. In June 2017, PSLV became the world’s most trusted Satellite Launch Vehicle with its 39th flight. To launch 104 satellites, scientists used the powerful XL version of PSLV. In 2008, Mission Chandrayaan and Mangalyaan in 2014 were also accomplished through this.

ISRO made history two years ago

On February 15, 2017, ISRO made the world record of launching most satellites simultaneously. In 30 minutes, 104 satellites from 7 countries were launched simultaneously through a rocket. Earlier this record was Russia’s name. He launched 37 satellites at one time in 2014.

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