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PSLV-C40/Cartosat-2 series satellite mission News/Updates

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The Indian satellites are 710 kg Cartosat-2 series for earth observation, a 100 kg microsatellite and a 5 kg nanosatellite. The 28 satellites are from Canada, Finland, France, South Korea, the UK and the US.

India is set to launch its 100th satellite into orbit. The 28-hour countdown of the PSLV-C40/Cartosat-2 series satellite mission started on Thursday morning. Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) officials said that they are ready for the historic 100th mission, which is scheduled for Friday morning.

The 42nd flight of India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C40) carrying the 710-kg Cartosat-2 series satellite is expected to take off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota, at 0930 hours IST on Friday, January 12, 2018.

The Cartosat-2 series satellite launch is a follow-on mission with the primary objective of providing high-resolution, scene-specific spot imagery. It carries panchromatic and multi-spectral cameras operating in time delay integration mode and is capable of delivering high-resolution data. This will be the third satellite in the Cartosat-2 series.

India to launch its 100th satellite tomorrow: Isro begins 28-hour countdown
 
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The live telecast of satellite carosat launch through pslv c40
Tommorow at 9.28am
Live in Dd national .
Dd bharathi.
And dd podhigai
 

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Update : Jan 11, 2018 : Propellant filling operation of fourth stage (PS4) of PSLV-C40 is completed. Countdown operations are progressing normally.
 

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Cartosat-2 separated

 

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foreign nano satellites will be seperated after 1 hour when altitude drops to 300 km from current 520 km
 
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