These launches will not only revolutionise the way we use television and smartphones, but also drive the future communication needs of smart cities.
The company is currently using data from foreign satellites to manage their solar power parks.
ISRO’s GSLV-F09, carrying the South Asia Satellite (GSAT-9), was launched from the Second Launch Pad (SLP) at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota on Friday.
GSAT-9 launch: The Rs 235-crore ISRO satellite, funded entirely by India, will improve disaster and telecommunication links between six south Asian countries.
GSAT-9: The geostationary satellite aims to strengthen disaster support through communication and connectivity among the participating South Asian countries.
ISRO said its Ahmedabad-based Space Applications Centre has developed an android app for computing the solar energy potential of a place.
ISRO is trying to increase its capacity to deliver by scaling up the frequency of launches to 12 per year from the seven at present.
India plans to launch on May 5 the ‘South Asia Satellite’ that will benefit all the countries in the region, except Pakistan which is not a part of the project.
“There is no plan to brew beer on the moon by any spacecraft to be made by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
India is going to launch GSLV Mark-III, the country’s most powerful launch vehicle, in another two months, said senior space scientist of ISRO Prof T G K Murthy
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) lost communication with Chandrayaan-1 on August 29, 2009, barely a year after it was launched on October 22, 2008.
Flying its 39th mission since it became operational in 1993, the PSLV — called PSLV-C37 for Wednesday’s mission — delivered into space a payload of 1,378 kg in its 38th consecutive successful flight.
Consider this to be a swift boost for the Indian morale to stratospheric levels. With its 35th successful PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle ) mission, this is a proud moment for India – its homegrown space agency has successfully transcended the records established by Russia and the United States.
The PSLV-C37 (Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) was lifted off successfully from the spaceport of Sriharikota, about 125 km from Chennai.
PSLV-C37 rocket launch: PM Narendra Modi took to Twitter to congratulate ISRO for its remarkable feat of sending 104 satellites into the orbit using single rocket.