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Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) has lifted over 50 ton till date, out of which around 17 per cent consists of foreign customer satellites Read more
Chennai: The financial year 2018-19 saw a handsome Rs 91.63 crore spike in India's foreign exchange earnings from launching of foreign satellites. According to the government, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has earned Rs 1,245.17 crore during the last five years by launching satellites from 26 countries. During the fiscal 2018-19, the launch income was Rs 324.19 crore up from Rs 232.56 crore earned in 2017-18. Contracts with 10 countries namely the US, the UK, Germany, Canada, Singapore, The Netherlands, Japan, Malaysia, Algeria and France were signed in the last five years under commercial arrangements. In a reply to a question raised in Rajya Sabha, Union Minister for Atomic Energy and Space Jitendra Singh gave the data on Thursday. According to ISRO Chairman K. Sivan, Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) has lifted a total of 52.7 ton till date and out of that 17 per cent consists of customer satellites. India has till date put into orbit 319 foreign satellites. Read more
ISRO's most-reliable workhorse the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) is gearing up to lift-off for its 50th time from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. Read more
Piggy backing on the 615 kg RISAT-2BR1 in the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) would be four foreign satellites that India will be carrying for a fee Read more
Chennai: India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket is expected to put 14 satellites into orbit in about 27 minutes after its lift off at 9.28 a.m. on November 27 from the second launch pad at the Sriharikota rocket port in Andhra Pradesh. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will be sending up its PSLV-XL variant with 14 satellites. While the main luggage will be India's 1,625 kg Cartosat-3 satellite, 13 nano satellites from the US will be sharing the ride for a fee to be paid to NewSpace India Ltd - the new commercial arm of ISRO. About 17 minutes into its flight, the PSLV rocket will first sling into orbit Cartosat-3 which will have a mission life of five years. According to ISRO, Cartosat-3 is a third generation agile advanced satellite having high resolution imaging capability. To be placed in an orbit of 509 km at an inclination of 97.5 degrees, the satellite will furnish images that cater to the demand of urban planning, rural resource and infrastructure development, coastal land use and land cover and others. Read more

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