ISRO launches EMISAT defense satellite to 28 other people from Sriharikota Space Center

Sriharikota on Monday holds satellite satellites, Emisat information system for defense research organizations (DRDO) and another 28 third-party satellites.

About 17 minutes after the plane took place at 9.27 hrs. The rocket will release 436 kilograms of Emisat into orbit 749 km.

"There is a growing demand for satellites from the strategic sector. There are plans to build about six or seven satellites. "Senior officials about the condition of anonymity told the IANS.

ISRO PSLVC45 raised from Satish Dhawan Space Center which carries the EMISAT and 28 customer satellites on the device (ANI photos)
India will launch two more protective satellites during July or August with a new small satellite rocket (SSLV).

After putting Emisat into orbit, the rocket will be brought down to place 28 foreign satellites - 24 from the United States, two from Lithuania and another from Spain and Switzerland - orbiting at an altitude of 504 km.


This will be followed by bringing the rocket down to another 485 km. When the fourth step / engine becomes the third experimental load carrier platform: (a) Automatic identification system (AIS) from ISRO for satellite use. By sea (b) Automatic Repeat Packets (APRS) from AMSAT (Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation), India - to assist amateur radio operators in tracking and verifying location information and (c) Potential Analysis Instruments The delay for Advanced Study of Ionospheric (ARIS) from the Indian Institute. Space Science and Technology (IIST) - for studying the structure and composition of the outer atmosphere

All missions will take about 180 minutes from the time the rocket is lifted at 9.27 hrs.

PSLV is a four-stage rocket for engines that use solid and liquid fuels alternately. In the normal configuration, the rocket has a six-wire motor, embracing in the first step.

But the rocket is 44.5 meters high, which will be lifted on Monday, has four motors and is set to PSLV-QL

On January 24, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) flew PSLV with two sash motors while in March it had a four-wire motor.

The space agency also has two PSLV models - Core Alone (without a motorized strap) and a larger PSLV-XL.