ISRO to dispatch GSAT 6A satellite from Sriharikota today
ISRO is good to go to dispatch the GSAT 6A correspondence satellite from the Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) in Sriharikota today. The correspondence satellite will be conveyed by a GSLV Mk II rocket.
The flight today will GSLV’s twelfth flight. The rocket will be propelled from the second platform at Satish Dhawan Space Center at 4:56 PM today.
GSAT 6A is gone for giving versatile correspondence through hand-held ground terminals, 6m measurement unfurlable reception apparatus for a correspondence connect for S-band and a 0.8m settled radio wire for center point correspondence interface in C band recurrence that can be helpful in satellite-based portable correspondence applications.
The satellite, weighing 2,140 kg, has a mission life of 10 years. The satellite will be put into the circle around 17 minutes after the rocket’s dispatch.
Enhancements have been made in the rocket too. The GSLV rocket conveying the satellite will have high pushed acceptance in the second stage. The rocket will likewise be utilizing electro-substance computerization set up of the electro-water powered incitation framework.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)