ISRO RISAT-2BR1 launch by PSLV-C48 on December 11: Where and how to watch LIVE Streaming
ISRO RISAT-2BR1 launch by PSLV-C48: The Indian space agency, ISRO is set to launch country's latest spy satellite RISAT-2BR1 on December 11 using India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).
ISRO RISAT-2BR1 launch by PSLV-C48: The Indian space agency, ISRO is set to launch country's latest spy satellite RISAT-2BR1 on December 11 using India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). Along with this, ISRO will launch nine other foreign satellites on the same date as well. The Indian Space Research Organisation has confirmed that the rocket numbered as PSLV-C48 will lift off at 3:25 p.m. with RISAT-2BR1, a radar imaging earth observation satellite weighing about 628 kg. The rocket will blast off from the first launch pad at Sriharikota rocket port in Andhra Pradesh and place RISAT-2BR1 into an orbit of 576 km. The satellite will have a life of five years.
Where and How to watch ISRO RISAT-2BR1 launch by PSLV-C48 LIVE Streaming?
As always, space enthusiasts will have a chance to watch the launch of PSLV-C48 live. ISRO took to Twitter to announce that the registrations for witnessing the launch will begin from December 6, 2019, at 8:00, am IST. To register yourself, you can head to www.shar.gov.in/VSCREGISTRATION.
The live streaming of the event will be available on Doordarshan. You can also catch all the updates on Zee News and Zee Business.
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ISRO RISAT-2BR1 launch by PSLV-C48: Details
Piggybacking on the Indian satellite would be nine foreign satellites from the USA (multi-mission Lemur-4 satellites, technology demonstration Tyvak-0129, earth imaging 1HOPSAT), Israel (remote sensing Duchifat-3), Italy (search and rescue Tyvak-0092) and Japan (QPS-SAR - a radar imaging earth observation satellite). These international customer satellites are being launched under a commercial arrangement with NewSpace India Limited (NSIL).
ISRO said that all the satellites will be carried by PSLV-QL variant. The rocket will sling RISAT-2BR1 sixteen minutes into the flight and a minute later, the first of the nine customer satellites will be ejected. The launch mission is expected to conclude in about 21 minutes when the last of the customer satellites will be put into orbit.
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