The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched satellites for mapping and CARTOSAT-3 with 13 nanosatellites wednesday other Dahan Demonic Space Centers in Sriharikota.
The space agency plans to launch CARTOSAT-3, the ninth satellite in the series, on Sriharikota’s second runway, which is about 120 km at 9:28 am.
It is worth mentioning that this was the 74th launch vehicle mission from SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota.
The PSLV-C47 polar launch vehicle transports the CARTOSAT-3 with 13 nanosatellites together with another commercial nanosatellite to the US.
The Space Agency is continuing to update preparations for the launch of CARTOSAT-3 and other satellites.
The 26-hour PSLV-C47 mission starts today at 7:28 a.m. from SDSC SHAR in Sriharikota, scheduled to start on 27 November 2019 at 9:28 AM IST. Tuesday
CARTOSAT-3 is a nimble third-generation satellite with high-resolution images.
The satellite will replace the IRS Isro series. CARTOSAT-3 has a panchromatic resolution of 0.25 meters, which produces satellite images with the highest resolution.
The space research organization said the mission was a big jump from the previous payload in the CARTOSAT series.
With an overall mass of over 1,600 kilograms, will address the increased user demand for large-scale urban planning, rural resource and infrastructure development, coastal land use and land cover.
The PSLV-C47 is the 21st PSLV flight in the XL configuration (with six rigid engine belts), ISRO said.
Thirteen US commercial airlines promoted under a trade agreement with New Space Space India Ltd (NSIL).
Among the 13 operators is FLOCK-4P, 12 for Earth and satellite observation missions called MESHBED, whose mission is the communication test.
ISRO announced on Wednesday that it would launch the 74th Rocket Launch Mission from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota.
The CARTOSAT-3 mission will take five years. The launch of CARTOSAT-3 and 13 other commercial nano-differences follows the ISRO Chandrayaan-2 mission on July 22, which does not master the gentle landing of the moon and will become the country’s first if successful.
The CARTOSAT-3 mission life was five years, according to the Space Research Organization.
As the orbit continues to revolve around the moon, the Land of Vikram and the Pragyan explorers did not function after a steady landing on the lunar surface on September 7.