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PSLV C28 Mission Accomplished, All 5 Satellites Lofted with Precision

ISRO successfully launched the PSLV C-28 on time at 9:58 PM and it lofted off all the five satellites in their respective orbits as scheduled within 19 minutes, letting ISRO chief A.S. Krishna Kumar announce that it was “an achievement” for the Indian space agency. The lift-off process has began with the First Stage Ignition followed by Strap-on 1.2 Ignition ...

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ISRO’s PSLV C28 / DMC3 Update: All Set For Tonight’s Launch of India’s Heaviest Satellite

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set for tonight’s launch of PSLV C28 cayying the heaviest ever commercial payload of five satellites, including three DMC3 earth observation satellites of UK-based Surrey Satellite Technologies. In its daily update, ISRO said the countdown progress is normal and all the operations are in progress as scheduled.  “Countdown operations are progressing normally. Preparations ...

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ISRO to Launch Heaviest Payload of 5 UK Satellites on PSLV C-28 on July 10

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has mounted five British satellites on its workhorse launch vehicle PSLV C-28, which is ready for launch on July 10 from Sriharikota. (See Photos) The five satellites include three optical satellites of Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL) of UK weigh 447-kg each and one micro-satellite and another nano satellite, weighing a total of 1,440-kg, the ...

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