ISRO to launch 29 satellites on 1st April
Indian Space Research Organisation will launch 29 satellites including the primary payload EMISAT, on 1st April. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C45 will take off from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota carrying the satellites onboard. EMISAT is developed to monitor radar network by India. EMISAT weighs 436 kg and is intended for electromagnetic spectrum measurement. It will be placed in an orbit of about 753 km altitude. The customer payloads are from Lithuania, Spain, Switzerland and the US.
Topics: Indian Space Research Organisation • Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle • PSLV-C37 • PSLV-C4 • PSLV-C44 • PSLV-C45 • Satellite Launch Vehicle • Satish Dhawan Space Centre • Science and technology in India • Spacecraft • Spaceflight