ISRO will create many records in the year 2023, and preparations for Chandrayaan to Gaganyaan mission completed; Now the tricolor will fly on the moon.
ISRO Mission 2023: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Monday launched a navigation satellite through the Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV).
After its launch, ISRO said that GSLV-F12 has successfully placed the navigation satellite NVS-01 in the intended orbit.
ISRO launched NVS-01 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota at 10.42 am with a 51.7-meter high rocket.
This mission has proved to be ISRO’s third successful mission of this year. This satellite will tell the most accurate real-time positioning of any place.
Prior to this, in February and March also, ISRO carried out two successful missions.
ISRO has planned for many other big missions. In this news, we will tell you how the year 2023 can prove to be important for ISRO.
ISRO will create many records: The first launch of the year by India.
On February 10 this year, ISRO successfully launched the second developmental flight of its smallest rocket SSLV-D2 from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
SSLV-D2 took off into space carrying three satellites. The 120-tonne 34-metre tall SSLV-D2 lifted off from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
SSLV-D2 successfully placed Earth Observation Satellite, JANUS-1, and Chennai-based space startup SpaceKidz’s AzaadiSAT-2 into their intended orbits.
Let us tell you, the satellite JANUS-1 belongs to the American company Antaris. At the same time, Satellite Azadi Set-2 belongs to Chennai’s space startup Spacekidz and the third EOS-07 is a satellite made by ISRO.
When India made a record.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) created history by launching 36 OneWeb Internet satellites into space on 26 March.
This rocket was also launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
The number of foreign satellites in space increased to 424.
On 22 April, India sent two satellites of Singapore into space with its PSLV C-55.
India had sent Singapore’s TeLEOS-2 and LUMILITE-4 into space along with PSLV C-55 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.
After this launch, experts have been helped in getting accurate weather information and it will also prove helpful in the field of maritime security.