India’s Oceansat-3 for ocean observation, launch on 26th, along with 8 nano satellites | ISRO | PSLVC49 | Spacex | Space | Technology | Science News | Malayalam Technology News

സമുദ്രനിരീക്ഷണത്തിന് ഇന്ത്യയുടെ ഓഷൻസാറ്റ്–3, വിക്ഷേപണം 26ന്, കൂടെ 8 നാനോ ഉപഗ്രഹങ്ങളും

8 nano satellites, including India’s ocean observation satellite Oceansat-3 and Bhutan’s Bhutansat, will be launched from Sriharikota on November 26. ISRO informed that the satellites will be launched at 11.56 am in the 56th launch mission of PSLV.

Others include Indian space startup Pixel’s observation satellite Anand, private space agency Dhruva Space’s observation satellites Thybolt 1 and Thybolt 2, and four Astrocast satellites launched by US company Spaceflight for the Internet of Things network.

Last week, ISRO announced that it has increased the payload capacity of India’s heaviest LVM3 rocket to 450 kg with a successful engine test. Efficiency test of CE-20 engine has been successfully completed. The test was conducted at the ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) in Mahendragiri, Tamil Nadu. The test duration was 25 seconds.

Last month, OneWeb’s 36 satellites were launched into a 601 km orbit by a modified version of the GSLV Mark 3 rocket, the LVM3 M2. Known by nicknames like Baahubali and Fatboy, India’s most powerful rocket, GSLV Mark 3, with a payload capacity of 4 tonnes, has achieved the feat of being the first satellite launched from Indian soil by OneWeb, India’s first licensed company to provide satellite internet.

Malayalam Summary: ISRO will launch PSLV-C54 on November 26 along with Oceansat-3 and 8 nano satellites.

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