TODAY ISRO IS ANOTHER TEST

 

Nellore,April 11,(globelmedianews.com):
The Indian Space Research Organization is planning to launch another Navigation satellite experiment with an IRNSS-1 satellite with PSLV-C 41 racket on 12th of this month. This will enable the GPS system to be available on Indian territory. Sri Potti Sriramulu Satish Dhawan Space Center Shr from Nellore District From the first launch stage in the 12th morning of the 12th month of this month Indian Regional by PSLV-41 41 Rocket Navigational satellite system has been designed to launch the satellite.Now ISRO, who has launched 42 PSLV-type rackets, is now 43nd The launch of the rocket is 44 .4 meters high, weighing 331 tons of PSLV - The IRNSS satellite weighing through the C41 rocket is 1425 So far ISRO has launched eight satellites, one of which Failure is now running ninth satellite These satellites are rotating around the Indian terrain in GPS-style Works up to 1500 kilometers from Indian territory boundaries On the ground, in the path of the sky These satellites help. Seven satellites in all directions Satellites were designed by ISRO scientists The satellite which reaches the polar moment of 19 minutes after the experiment It will take up to three days to take up more work The satellite will be placed at a height of 36,000 km.


TODAY ISRO IS ANOTHER TEST

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