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PSLV-C37 / Cartosat -2 Series Satellite Mission Accomplished

santosh

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abhinaba said:
My wish list for the coming flights -
•ISRO should start direct streaming of on-board rocket footage
•Better camera work with HD
•New UI for their display software. ISRO is using the same UI from the 90s. Map views are looking like they are using tech of 60s
•For commentary they should add a team of younger generation with good voice

What do you think ?? Was ISRO telecasting a live cricket match that you presented above so called idi*tic wish list ??

It's better to focus on main Aim rather than other useless stuff
 

abhinaba

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santosh said:
What do you think ?? Was ISRO telecasting a live cricket match that you presented above so called idi*tic wish list ??

It's better to focus on main Aim rather than other useless stuff

For PR all major space powers even Japanese are also giving live stream from their on-board rocket footage. So where is the problem if a better management team is in place for good PR ? And HD footage will also help our space scientists to detect performance anomaly if it was overlooked by telemetry data.
 

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Only a handful foreign media covered this mission, like this one - Record 104 satellites launched atop Indian PSLV rocket - SpaceFlight Insider but their reporting style is not gone. Always sceptical about native's achievement ( Quoting from original article "Verification that all of the nanosatellites were are operating as designed will likely take days or weeks as they slowly drift apart and each are individually identified" ). We don't see such type of reporting for any European or US launchers.

 

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Number game is now over, we need to play Weight game. We need Cryogenic engine in stage 2 and 3 along with solid boosters for GSLV MKIII. Until we achieve 5 ton+ class in GTO we will always be kid in commercial space because it's the weight which separate the Men from Boys  :s
 

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Sarkar said:
Number game is now over, we need to play Weight game. We need Cryogenic engine in stage 2 and 3 along with solid boosters for GSLV MKIII. Until we achieve 5 ton+ class in GTO we will always be kid in commercial space because it's the weight which separate the Men from Boys :s

For LVM-3 we don't immediately need cryogenic engines at stage-1 as semi cryogenic engine is enough for performance boost. LVM-3 is the future of ISRO & eventually it will be evolved into ULV by using clustered ( 2 or 4 ) semi cryogenic engines at 1st stage..
 

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really, an emotional n proud moment. :eek:hya

96 U.S satellites launched by ISRO :c
 
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