ISRO to launch three Singaporean satellites on June 30

ISRO to launch 3 Singaporean satellites today

ISRO to launch PSLV-C53 will demonstrate using the PS4 platform as a stable speaker around the world

A 25-hour countdown to the launch of the second dedicated Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) business venture by NewSpace India Limited. (NSIL) started Wednesday evening. The PSLV-C53, ISRO’s 55th commercial launch aircraft, will carry three satellites from Singapore.

Three satellites – DS-EO, Singaporean Earth Observation satellite, NeuSAR, Singapore’s first small commercial satellite carrier SAR (Search and Rescue), and SCOOB-I satellite from Nanyang Technological University (NTU ) – will be launched at 6.02 pm Thursday from the second launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Center, SHAR, Sriharikota.

The PSLV-C53, in its 15th campaign, uses the ‘Core Alone’ alternative, and proposes to demonstrate the use of a high-performance car launch platform as a stable scientific loading platform following satellite separation, according to ISRO. The work of the PSLV Orbital Experimental Module (POEM) is designed to conduct scientific experiments within orbit using the PS4V used, the PSLV top class, as an orbital platform and will be the first time that the PS4 platform orbits the ground in a stable platform.

The test module will carry six payloads, including two from the original Indian space, Digantara and Dhruva Space.

The four-stage, 44.4-m-long PSLV-C53 has a peak weight of 228.43 tons and can inject DS-EO, a 365 kg satellite, at a height of 570 km from the equator. The NeuSAR is 155 kg satellite, while the Scoob-1 weighs 2.8 kg. three Singapore satellites on June 30


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