• ISRO to launch GSAT-1 satellite on August 12

    This Earth observation satellite will provide live images of the country’s borders. It will quickly monitor natural disasters. Experts say the installation of a state-of-the-art azimuth Earth observation satellite in geostationary orbit is a major advantage.

    The GSAT-1 satellite will be launched on August 12 using the GSLVF 10 rocket, replacing Kovid several times. The 2,268 kg GSAT-1 was originally scheduled to launch from Sriharikota on March 5. But it was postponed a day ago due to technical reasons. This is the second major launch since the successful launch of PSLVC 51 on February 28.



    This Earth observation satellite will provide live images of the country’s borders. It will quickly monitor natural disasters. Experts say the installation of a state-of-the-art azimuth Earth observation satellite in geostationary orbit is a major advantage. Officials said the satellite would allow for continuous monitoring of Indian territory, oceans and especially borders using onboard high-resolution cameras. The third goal is to obtain spectral signatures on agriculture, forestry, minerals, disaster warning, cloud properties, ice and glaciers, and oceanography.


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    ISRO said the launch was affected due to the lockdown. It was scheduled for March 28 this year but was forced to postpone due to a minor problem with the satellite. The launch was later expected to take place in April and then in May, but was postponed due to the second wave of the Pandemic.

    ISRO says GSAT-1 will enable live monitoring in cloudless conditions. GSLVF 10 GSAT-1 will be placed in a geosynchronous transfer orbit and then elevated to the final geostationary orbit at an altitude of 36,000 km above the Earth’s equator.

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