ISRO to launch Oceansat-3, 8 nano satellites on November 26

The Polar Satellite tv for pc Launch Automobile (PSLV-C54) will launch the satellites at 11.56 a.m. on November 26, 2022 from the Satish Dhawan House Centre in Sriharikota. Picture:

The Indian House Analysis Organisation (ISRO) will launch Earth Commentary Satellite tv for pc – 06 (EOS-06) and eight nano satellites on November 26.

In response to the area company, the Polar Satellite tv for pc Launch Automobile (PSLV-C54) will launch the satellites at 11.56 a.m. from the Satish Dhawan House Centre in Sriharikota. The EOS-6 is a third-generation satellite tv for pc within the Oceansat sequence of satellites.

ISRO is launching this satellite tv for pc to supply continuity to the companies of Oceansat-2 spacecraft with enhanced payload specs in addition to in software areas.

The eight nano satellites embody: ISRO Nano Satellite tv for pc-2 for Bhutan (INS-2B), Anand, Astrocast (4 satellites), and two Thybolt satellites. The INS-2B spacecraft could have two payloads specifically NanoMx and APRS-Digipeater.

Whereas the NanoMx is a multi-spectral optical imaging payload developed by House Purposes Centre, Ahmedabad, the APRS-Digipeater payload has been collectively developed by the Division of Data Technology and Telecom-Bhutan and the UR Rao Satellite tv for pc Centre, Bengaluru.

The Anand nano satellite tv for pc developed by Bengaluru-based area start-up, Pixxel, is a know-how demonstrator to exhibit the capabilities and business purposes of miniaturised Earth-observation cameras for Earth remark utilizing a microsatellite in Low Earth Orbit.

Astrocast, developed by Hyderabad-based Dhruva House, is a 3U spacecraft. It’s a know-how demonstrator satellite tv for pc for the Web of Issues (IoT).

The U.S.-based Spaceflight has developed Thybolt which is a 0.5U spacecraft bus that features a communication payload to allow fast know-how demonstration and constellation improvement for a number of customers.

ISRO stated that the PSLV-C54 will launch EOS-06 and the eight nano satellites into two completely different Solar-synchronous polar orbits .

“The primary satellite (EOS-06) will be separated in Orbit-1. Subsequently, a orbit change has been planned by using two orbit change thrusters introduced in the propulsion bay ring of the PSLV-C54. The passenger payloads will be separated in Orbit-2,” ISRO stated.

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