Isro launches GISAT-1 satellite, says mission not fully completed

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Isro launches GISAT-1 satellite, says mission not fully completed
Isro launches GISAT-1 satellite, says mission not fully completed

Isro launches GISAT-1 satellite: The satellite was launched on a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) from the Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh as part of the GSLV-F10 EOS-03 mission.

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched India’s “Eye in the Sky” – GISAT-1 Earth Observation Satellite (EOS) at 05:43 am on Thursday. The satellite was launched on a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) from the Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh as part of the GSLV-F10 EOS-03 mission. India was keen to see the event organized many days before the people to celebrate the country’s achievements on Independence Day.
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AUG 12, 2021 06:27 AM IST

ISRO encountered an abnormality in the satellite trajectory of the third phase aircraft

According to Chris Bergin of NasaSpaceFlight.com (NSF), the mission suffered a “major failure” on the third stage aircraft.

“2-3 September looked good, but the third stage started going on shortly after the ignition, and then it gradually subsided,” he said. “Then the telemetry lines are separate. It will soon be classified as Mission Loss.”

AUG 12, 2021 06:20 AM IST
ISRO fails to put a satellite in orbit: report

According to Spaceflight Now, ISRO today confirmed that the GSLV Mk.2 launch failed due to a “performance disorder observed in the cryogenic phase”. This is the first such failure to complete the run of 14 consecutive successful missions in an Indian space launch since 2017, the report said.

AUG 12, 2021 06:01 AM IST
Mission not fully fulfilled: ISRO

Due to the randomness of the observed phase of cryogenic technology, ISRO’s GSLV-F10 / EOS-03 did not complete the mission, ISRO Chairman K. Sivan

AUG 12, 2021 05:49 AM IST
GISAT-1 experiment successful, third phase cryogenic function begins: ISRO

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) says the payload fairing was successfully dismantled 255 seconds after launch.

AUG 12, 2021 05:44 IST
ISRO launches GISAT-1 satellite

AUG 12, 2021 05:31 AM IST
The Mission Director authorized the launch of the GSLV-F10

AUG 12, 2021 05:30 AM IST
ISRO GISAT-1 launch: How to watch live


ISRO has set up a live broadcast of the GISAT-1 satellite launch from its official channels on every official social media network. Click here to watch the live broadcast.

AUG 12, 2021 05:25 AM IST
GISAT-1 Satellite Launch 05:43 am: ISRO

ISRO has announced that the GISAT-1 satellite will make a sharp launch at 05:43 am on Thursday.

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