RISAT-1 Current Affairs, GK & News
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully launched the RISAT-2B satellite. It is an earth observation satellite which adds to India’s capability to observe the earth in all weathers and all conditions. About the Launch The RISAT or Radar Imaging Satellite is equipped with a sensor known as ‘synthetic aperture radar’ to produce ‘radar images’. ..
Topics: Disaster Management • earth observation satellite • Forestry • Indian Space Research Organisation • ISRO • National security • PSLV-C46 • radar images • Radar Imaging Satellite • radio signals • RISAT-1 • RISAT-2 • RISAT-2B • Synthetic aperture radar
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced its plans to launch its latest radar imaging reconnaissance satellite ‘RISAT 2BR1’ towards the end of May 2019. Its launch was earlier scheduled in 2020 after RISAT-2A but is now preponed. About Launch The RISAT (radar imaging satellite), will be carried by PSLV-C46. It is one of the ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2019
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
Topics: Andhra Pradesh • Defence • ISRO • PSLV-C19 • PSLV-C46 • Radar Imaging Reconnaissance Satellite • riharikota • RISAT • RISAT-1 • RISAT-2BR1 • SAR) • Satellite • Satish Dhawan Space Centre • space • Synthetic Aperture Radars • UPSC
On April 26, 2012 India’s Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT-1) will be launched from the spaceport at Sriharikota. The 4-stages of the PSLV-XL (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle – Extra Large) have been piled up. Essentially a remote-sensing satellite. ISRO’s first radar-imaging satellite. Weighs 1858 kg ISRO’s heaviest remote-sensing satellite. Heaviest satellite to be put in orbit ..