PSLV-C52 will be launched on Monday with three satellites

On Monday, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch the PSLV-C52 orbital mission from Sriharikota’s Satish Dhawan Space Center. At 5:59 a.m., it will go live. Its preparation is now finished. At 4:29 a.m. on Sunday, a countdown of 25 hours and 30 minutes began to launch the mission.

PSLV-C52 will carry two more satellites in addition to the Earth Observation Satellite (EOS-04) in this mission, according to ISRO. It will be accompanied by two additional satellites, one of which is the INSPIREsat-1 satellite, which was developed by students at the Indian Institute of Science and Technology with the assistance of the University of Colorado Research Center. In addition, the INS-2TD, which was developed in collaboration with India-Bhutan, will be used.

What is the PSLV virus?

ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle is a rocket that launches satellites into orbit. Satellites are launched from it. PSLV-3 is the third generation. It was first put to the test on September 20, 1993. It has launched 48 Indian satellites and 209 foreign satellites since its successful test in October 1994. Since 2017, India has launched 39 missions with success. It weighs 1710 kilogrammes. The Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft was launched in 2008, and the Mars Orbiter spacecraft was launched in 2013.

It is possible to keep track of all weather-related conditions.

The Earth Observation Satellite EOS-04 (Earth Observation Satellite) is a radar imaging satellite. High-quality photos of all weather conditions, floods, and mapping can be taken using this method. This can be used to gather information about soil moisture and plantation.

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