TE24 Sci &Tech Desk:
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) on Thursday launched three satellites for Singapore from its Satish Dhawan space center, Sriharikota. The PSLV-C53 mission set off at 06:02 pm to reach three satellites in low earth orbit (LEO).
The rocket delivered DS-EO satellite, NeuSAR, a 155 kg satellite and Scoob-1 of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. This was the second send-off of the year for ISRO and the next business dispatch for the Indian space agency.
The DS-EO satellite has delivered an electro-optic, multi-ghost payload with a 0.5 m round imaging capability. During this time, SCOOB-I is the initial satellite of the Student Satellite Series (S3-I), an active undergraduate preparation program from the Satellite Research Center (SARC) of the NTU School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in Singapore.
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ISRO is trying another analysis with a four-stage rocket and is using the fourth stage (PS4) to perform PSLV Orbital Experimental Module (POEM) action. Under this, the group will work on a circle logical trial using the burn through the PS4 stage as an orbital stage.
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PSLV is the workhorse of ISRO and it is the best sending vehicle to grow domestically. It has been sent more than once before and was similarly responsible for India’s exceptionally effective Chandrayaan-1 mission in 2008 and the Mars Orbiter spacecraft that later landed on Mars in 2013.
The vehicle is capable of carrying up to 1,750 kg of payload in a 600-kilometer-high sun-synchronous polar orbit. It has also been used to send various satellites in geosynchronous and geostationary circles, similar to IRNSS star group satellites.
The PSLV is 44 meters long and 2.8 meters wide with a takeoff mass of 320 tons. The next platform has yet to send 29 others.
This was the second PSLV mission of the year after ISRO effectively launched the PSLV-C52 mission to Earth Observation Satellite (EOS-04) in February this year in an expected sun-integrated polar circle at an altitude of 529 km.
The mission similarly pioneered two small satellites, a studying satellite INSPIREsat-1, and an innovative demonstration satellite, INS-2TD, the Indo-Bhutan joint satellite INS-2B.