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.
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