PSLV experiment succeeded
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has achieved another credit. The PSLV-C 43 carrier from the Sriharikota rocket launch center in Nellore district was successfully launched on Thursday morning at 9.58 am. The four-stage experiment was successful, scientists said.
Our satellite’s imaging (HIVSIS) satellite and 30 satellite abroad were introduced in orbit by PSLV-C 43. The US satellites were launched in orbit with 30 satellites of 261.5 kg combined with a satellite of Australia, Canada, Colombia, Finland, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Spain. It has a micro, 29 nano satellites.
Our country’s Hyperphere Spectrum Imaging Satellite (HTSIS) weighs 380 kg. Optical imaging depot Aare Chip ‘is present. It was created by Space Application Center in Ahmedabad, the main division of the Indian Space Research Organization. After that they prepared the semiconductor laboratory in Chandigarh. It’s possible to get colorful images on the ground from 630 km. This satellite serves a wide range of applications for agriculture, forestry, coastal zones, deep water, soil and other underground environments.