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A major setback to ISRO, Satellite GSAT-6A missing in space after 48 hours

Communication Satellite GSAT-6A of Indian Space Research Council has broken out. ISRO launched this satellite on Thursday evening. Although ISRO is trying to contact the Satellite on behalf of ISRO, ISRO says that their contact with the GSAT-R-6A satellite launched on March 29 has been broken and efforts are being made to re-establish contact with it. .The satellite said on its website, the satellite was to reach its final goal with the help of the engine on the third and the last one on April 1 and then had to go round the orbit, The contact broke. It says, "Efforts are being made to establish contact with the satellite." ISRO has installed GSAT-R-6A in its class with the successful launch of GSLV-F-R08 Was there. It was launched from Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh.

India's cleanest city showing Indore in the first picture of Satellite Cortisat-2

SRO has released the first picture taken by the recently launched 'Cartosat-2' series Satellite. It shows a part of India's cleanest city, Indore, in which Holkar Cricket stadium is clearly visible. Actually, 710 kilograms 'cartosat-2' capable of taking high-resolution photos was successfully sent to space on 12th January.

ISRO will launch 100th satellite in the country today

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched its 100th Satyamite by creating history. Satellite name of PSLV series is cartosat-2. This satellite is also known as 'I In The Sky', because it is designed to take pictures from superstition. The special thing is that it will keep a close watch on Pakistan-based terrorist bases.

ISRO is India's heaviest satellite ready, internet service will be better

ISRO will soon launch the nation's heaviest communication satellite GSAT-11. Its weight is 5.6 tons and it has been prepared at a cost of 500 crores. It will be launched with the European Space Agency's Rocket Arian-5 from South America's Coru launch site located in French Guyana. With its successful launch, there will be a lot of change in the Internet and telecom service in India, which will strengthen digital India campaign.

By the end of the year, the satellite will link to 10,800 trains engines, ISRO will help.

Railways will link engines of trains to the satellite for real-time monitoring. To complete the project, the Railways is taking the help of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). According to railway officials, this technology will be easy to track trains and talk to the crew in them. By the end of the year, all the 10,800 engines have been targeted for antenna fixing. According to a senior member of the Railway Board, "The monitoring of these trains will be directly from the driver's cabin, now it has been trialed in 10 engines and by December 2018 This system will be installed in all the engines. The railway is working on a pilot project along with ISRO to stop accidents on the crossing.

Space scientist and Former ISRO Chairman Professor UR Rao passes away

India's space scientist UR Rao passed away this morning. After the demise of ISRO's scientist Rao, the ISRO has suffered a major loss. Ur Rao was part or parcel of almost every major operation of ISRO. He was battling a long illness of heart. Professor Rao was former ISRO president. Professor Rao was the Chairman of the Physical Research Laboratory Governing Council, besides that he was also the Chancellor of the Indian Institute of Science in Thiruvananthapuram.

The third major jump in ISRO's one month, the successful launch of the communications satellite GSAT-17.

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had announced this while saying, "GSAT-17 will be launched on 29th June, at 2:30 PM, according to Indian time, through the Arian-Five launch vehicle." There are about 3,477 kilograms. This satellite will provide various communication services in normal sea badge, expanded C band and S band. The Space Agency said that it has also taken equipment related to weather related and satellite based search and rescue operations.

ISRO: India's armies with satellites have been strong and strong, enemies will remain on the watch.

The successful launch of the 'I in the Sky' satellite of Cartosat-2 series with the ability to monitor ISRO has greatly increased India's military strength. At the same time, the number of Indian satellites used for military purposes has increased to 13 now. These satellites will be used mainly to keep an eye on the enemy. Whether these satellites are effective in both the ground or the sea. Most of these remote sensing satellites are placed near the Earth's orbit. The effect of putting satellites in the Sun-synchronous polar orbit about 2001,202 km from the Earth's surface is that the scanning of Earth is done in a great way.

People will be warned on unmanned railway gates, ISRO made devices

ISRO has developed a satellite-based chip system which will now warn the people traveling by road to unmanned railway gates that the train is coming. This system will be installed in Mumbai and Guwahati Capital Train in pilot. In the engines of railway trains, the integrated integrated circuits (IC) chip in ISRO will be installed. From this, when the train reaches near an unmanned gate, the hooter will warn the people using the road.

Space: ISRO again created history, together with 31 satellites launch.

30 Nanosatellites were launched from PSLV-C38 launch vehicle with a Cartosat-2 satellite from Launchpad in Sriharikota. ISRO chairman AS Kiran Kumar was also present at the launch. He congratulated fellow scientists. With the launch of the Cartosat-2 series 712 kg cartridges, a total of 243 kilograms of 30 other Nanosatellites were launched simultaneously. The total weight of all satellites is around 955 kilograms. The name of Nanosatellite of India is NIUSAT, which weighs only 15 kilograms. This will work in monitoring in the field of agriculture. Indian Army will also benefit from this satellite launch. The power associated with monitoring will increase.

Now ISRO is preparing to fly the rocket from Kerosene.

Following the historic launch of the country's largest rocket GSLV Mk III, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is developing a semi-cryogenic engine, which will be used as fuel for kerosene. Kerosene is considered eco-friendly. If everything was in accordance with the plan, then ISRO would do the flight test of this semi-cryogenic engine in 2021. One advantage of the use of semi-cryogenic engines is that it uses refined kerosene, which is lighter than liquid fuel. It can be stored at normal temperature. And it has to be stored at minus 253 degrees below minus zero. Through the rocket equipped with kerosene-powered engines, more weight can be sent to the satellite space. They can be used in missions of other planets and remote space.

ISRO created history, the most heavily rocket GSLV MK 3D launched

ISRO launches GSAT-19 communication satellite on Monday (June 5th) through its most heavily rocket GSLV-MK3 rocket was launched at 5.28 pm today. This rocket is capable of carrying four tons of weight till the Geo Transfer Orbit (GTO). It was released from Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh. GSAT-19 has some very advanced aircraft technology, which is equipped with heat pipes, fiber optic gear, micro-mechanical systems (MEMS) accelerometer, Ku-band TTC transponder and an indigenous lithium ion battery.

Another new success Of ISRO in space, the launch of the most heavily rocket GSLV MK 3D today

ISRO is fully prepared for the launch of the most heavily rocket GSLV-MK3D1 on Monday evening; It will be launched from the second launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. At present, scientists are engaged in filling of propellants in GSLV-MK3D1. So far, ISRO had to depend on foreign launchers for the launch of communication satellites weighing more than 2,300 kg. The GSLV MK3-D1 has the capacity to carry up to 4000 kg in orthopedic orbit (or satellite) to 10,000 kg in the lower orbit of the Earth.

ISRO's two satellites GSAT-19 and GSAT-11 will change the internet experience

Through ISRO's GSAT-19 and GSAT-11 satellites, there will be a revolution in the world of the Internet. These satellites will completely change the Internet and streaming experience. ISRO is using its rocket launch center in Sriharikota. ISRO will soon launch its new range of Mass Satellite in space. GSAT-19 will be prepared at Ahmedabad's Space Application Center. After the preparation, GSAT-19 will be equal to the 6-7 satellite alone. GSAT-19 weighs 3,136 kg and it will be the most heavily satellite so far. After this, the GSAT-11 Satellite will be launched. It will be left after GSAT-19. The reason for this would be 5.8 tonnes, which is planned to be released from South America's Quorus. After these satellites, Internet speed will go up several times more.

ISRO will leave GSAT-19 communication satellite on June 5.

Indian Space Agency, ISRO said Tuesday (May 30th) that on June 5, the launch of GSAT-19, the communication satellite, will be launched through its most heavily rocket. According to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), the GSLV Mark 3 (GSLV-MK3) rocket will be released on June 5 at 5.28 pm. This rocket is capable of lifting four tons of weight till the Geographical Transfer Orbit (GTO). The rocket will take the GSAT-19 satellite, which weighs 3,136 kilograms. It will be left from Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh.

In the preparation of ISRO's biggest rocket in June, 12 years of hard work now India will no longer be depend on others.

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), enthused by the successful launch of South Asia satellite, is now preparing to leave its most heavily rocket GSLV Mark III. It is the largest rocket ever built by ISRO, which weighs 640 tonnes. The biggest feature of this rocket is that ISRO scientists have developed the main and largest cryogenic engine of rocket in India, which will provide the power to fly a rocket for the first time. The hard work of 12 years will bring color to next month. GSLV Mark III is preparing to release communications satellite GSAT-19 from Sriharikota in June. Communication satellite left with rocket GSAT-19 is about 3.2 tonnes weighing. This will be the largest number of satellites left on a domestic level rocket. According to ISRO, the GSAT-19 is a multi-streamed satellite, which will carry with the kw band transponders along with them. The age of this satellite will be 15 years.