SCATSAT-1 Current Affairs, GK & News
India has joined Europe’s mega global arrangement of sharing data from Earth observation satellites, called Copernicus. Data from a band of Indian remote sensing satellites will be available to the European Copernicus programme while designated Indian institutional users will in return get to access free data from Europe’s six Sentinel satellites and those of other ..
Topics: Copernicus Programme • Indian National Satellite System • Indian Remote Sensing Programme • Indian Space Research Organisation • INSAT-3DR • Oceansat-2 • Satellite imagery • Satellites • SCATSAT-1 • Space policy of the European Union • Spacecraft • Spaceflight
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for first time has successfully launched eight satellites into two different orbits in a single mission. These satellites were launched onboard of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle C35 (PSLV C35) from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikotta. It was PSLV’s longest and most complex mission. ..