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ISRO Fixes Glitch, to Mount Satellite on PSLV-27 This week, Launch in March End

The glitch in India’s navigation satellite IRNSS-1D that delayed its launch necessitating dismounting of the satellite from the launch vehicle at Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, has been fixed. The Indian space agency is now planning to mount the load back on the PSLV-27 on March 19 and go for pre-launch procedure again. “The new transmitter is ...

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ISRO Plans to Launch IRNSS-1D by March-end, Glitch Not Fixed Yet

The Bangalore-based ISRO team is working round the clock to fix the glitch found in telemetry transmitter of IRNSS-1D so the launch date need not be postponed beyond March. The faulty transmitter has forced the ISRO team to dismount the fourth prestigious nvaigation satellite from the rocket launcher PSLV-27 on March 4, just four days left for its scheduled launch ...

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ISRO pondering ways to fix glitch in IRNSS-1D telemetry transmitter

After dismounting the 1,425kg IRNSS-1D satellite from the PSLV-27 rocket, ISRO scientists are pondering the ways to fix the problem transmitter to set right the glitch with minimum dismantling possible. The satellite was set for launch on March 9 evening by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-27 (PSLV-XL) but the glitch in its telemetry transmitter has delayed the schedule further. “We ...

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ISRO Postpones IRNSS-1D Launch Due to Last Minute Glitch in Telemetry Transmitter

ISRO has postponed the launch of its fourth navigation satellite IRNSS-1D scheduled for launch around March 9 just ahead of the clearance for board after anomaly found in its telemetry transmitters at the last minute. The entire system was put through a full test on Tuesday, March 3 and the glitch was noticed during the integrated electrical checks of the ...

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