The Indian Space Research Organization is known to be all set for the launch of the satellite SCATSAT-1 along with seven other satellites on 26th September. This will be placed on the SSO (Sun Synchronous Orbit), with the purpose of providing benefit for the scientists who would be able to monitor with decent accuracy the ocean and the weather and attain the precise information. There is a lot of expectation from this satellite’s success in the mission which was launched by PSLV-C35 at 9:12 AM from the First Launch Pad of SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota. Apart from this, there is the launch of seven other satellites where five of them are foreign and two domestic satellites, which will be placed in the polar orbit after a consistent time span. With this launch, India is looking forward to the completion of a hundred foreign rocket launches.
It is a known fact that PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) previously has had many successful missions in the past and this mission includes the fact that this will be the first time where different satellites will be launched in different orbits. It is due to the success of PSLV Indian rockets are the most reliable one by the foreign space agencies. This will be known to be one of the longest launches that lasted over two hours and fifteen minutes.
Apart from the specification of the satellite, this happens to be a mission of five years apart from the fact that India has launched 79 international satellites. It has been confirmed that the launch mission has been successful after a span of two hours. With the help of the cutting edge technology, it can be stated that IRSO has once again gained the expected success from a satellite launch, thereby making it one of the renowned space agencies present.