India is launching 31 satellites on January 10 , including Cartosat.
India is launching 31 satellites, including a CARTOSAT satellite Earth observation from its space center located in Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh on January 10. The director of the Indian space research organization (ISRO), Devi Prasad Karnik, said, “We have put the time to leave the rocket carrying CARTOSAT and other satellites at 9:00 in the morning.” Of these, 28 satellites will be from the United States and five other countries. ‘
In the first campaign of the 2018 space, 31 satellites will stay by the Polar satellite launch Orbiter (PSLV-C 440). The expedition, four months earlier on August 31, had failed to deliver India’s eighth satellite navigation to low Earth orbit. “The sixth Cartosat of the second series and the other satellites have been integrated into the center of the space with the rocket,” he said. The launching board of the mission will decide the time of departure of the rocket under two days before vomit-account. In this mission, a nano satellite from India and a micro satellite will also be launched in addition to Cartosat 2.
Cartosat as a hellospy satellite monitoring important figures of urban and rural planning, coastal land use, etcetera monitoring of the road network. The first two satellites of the CARTOSAT-2 series were launched here from Chennai on February 15 and June 23. According to the official, ‘we have planned to launch satellites from five to six in the first half for next year, including two A J.J.T. 6 and 29 J.J.T. advanced communications satellites. In addition, the space agency is also preparing to launch its second lunar mission (Orbiter-2).