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ЦитироватьPSLV lift-off with added features Tiki Rajwi Thiruvananthapuram, January 12, 2019 23:09 IST Upd ated: January 12, 2019 23:09 IST The upcoming mission will see a new variant of the PSLV in use With the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) planning to keep the fourth and final stage of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) 'alive' in space as a useful 'orbital platform', the rocket — popularly dubbed ISRO's trusted workhorse — is getting added features. Se t for lift-off this month with the Microsat-R payload, the upcoming PSLV-C44 mission will see a new variant of the PSLV in use. This variant, tagged PSLV-DL, will be the first to sport two strap-on boosters for providing added thrust. Lithium-ion cellsIts final and fourth stage — PS4 — will be equipped with lithium-ion batteries, but no solar panels. An in-house technology, the lithium-ion cells are critical to keep the spent stage in orbit. Solar panels will be added, in all likelihood, in the next mission, VSSC director S. Somanath says. The ISRO had hit upon the idea of transforming the expendable fourth stage into a makeshift satellite to reduce space debris. In normal scenario, the initial stages of the rocket, once they detach, drop back into the sea. 'Recycling' However, stage four, after releasing the payload, wanders around in space as junk. If the ISRO plan is successful, the spent stage will be automatically 'recycled' into a valuable platform for space-based experiments. The VSSC director said that the ISRO would perfect the technology with tests spread over multiple missions. "We are doing it incrementally. In the PSLV-C44 mission, the platform will be demonstrated. "We have to show that the PS4 stage can be kept 'alive' for more than one orbit. After the regular payloads are injected into their orbits, we will shift the spent stage to another orbit and keep it there and demonstrate that it is live," he said. On the C44 mission, the ISRO will also test the downloading of data from the stage to the ground station. In subsequent missions, the space agency will carry out experiments using the platform. A number of experiments are under consideration, though nothing has been finalised. The PSLV, which first flew successfully in 1994, has evolved over the years.Of the current configurations in use, PSLV-XL employs six strap-on boosters while the 'core alone' has none. Twin boosters On the new 'DL' type, the twin boosters will burn at lift-off to give additional thrust to the rocket. The boosters will carry 12 tonnes of propellant. In all other respects, the 44-metre-tall PSLV will have standard features.
ЦитироватьPSLV-C44India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), in its 46th flight, will launch the Kalamsat and Microsat-R from the First Launch Pad (FLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota on January 24, 2019.PSLV is a four stage launch vehicle with alternating solid and liquid stages. The PSLV with 2 strap-on configuration has been identified for this mission and the configuration is designated as PSLV-DL. PSLV-C44 is the first mission of PSLV-DL and is a new variant of PSLV.In PSLV-C44, the fourth stage (PS4) of the vehicle will be moved to higher circular orbit so as to establish an orbital platform for carrying out experiments. Kalamsat, a student payload will be the first to use PS4 as orbital platform.PSLV-C44 will also carry Microsat-R, an imaging satellite
ЦитироватьVOMF A0122/19 (Issued for VOMF PART 1 OF 4) - PSLV-C44 ROCKET LAUNCH FM SHAR RANGE,SRIHARIKOTA WILL TAKE PLACE AS PER FLW DETAILS.THE LAUNCH WILL BE ON ANY ONEOF THE DAY DRG THIS PERIOD.ACTUAL DATE OF LAUNCH WILL BEINTIMATED 24 HR IN ADVANCE THROUGH A SEPARATE NOTAM.LAUNCH PAD COORD: 13 43.9N 080 14.2ENO FLT IS PERMITTED OVER THE DNG ZONES.DNG ZONE -1: IS A CIRCLE OF 10NM AROUND THE LAUNCHER.DNG ZONE -2: IS A SECT BTN 15NM AND 60NM FM LAUNCH PAD COORD ANDBTN AZM ANGLES 130 AND 150 FM TRUE NORTH.DNG ZONE -3I. 1145N 08120II. 1210N 08150III. 1015N 08315IV. 0950N 08245DNG ZONE 4I. 0900N 08310II. 0900N 08355III. 0715N 08355IV. 0715N 08320DNG ZONE 5I. 0100N 08125II. 0040N 08325III. 0405S 08230IV. 0345S 08030END PART 1 OF 4. 1730-2130, 24 JAN 17:30 2019 UNTIL 22 FEB 21:30 2019. CREATED:16 JAN 12:22 2019 A0122/19 (Issued for VOMF PART 2 OF 4) - DNG ZONE 6I. 2415S 07445II. 2500S 08000III. 3400S 07800IV. 3500S 07500V. 3700S 07145ROUTES AFFECTED IN CHENNAI FIRW20, A465, P574, B466, L896, N563, N564, Q11, Q10,Q23, Q24, V3, V4,V6, V8, V9, P761, T3CLOSURES/ALTN ROUTING FOR OVERFLYING1)W20 NOT AVBL BTN MMV-KAMGUALTN RTE: MMV -DOHIA - MM610 -RAMDO - KAMGU (BI DIRECTIONAL)2)Q24 NOT AVBL BTN MMV- KAMGU ALTN RTE:MMV - DOHIA - MM610 -RAMDO - KAMGU (UNI DIRECTIONAL)3)Q10 NOT AVBL BTN MMV-SUGANALTN RTE: MMV -DOHIA -MM610- RAMDO-RINTO-SUGAN (UNI DIRECTIONAL)4)Q11 NOT AVBL BTN GURAS - MMVALTN RTE: KASRO -RINTO - GUANI -MMV (UNI DIRECTIONAL)5)A465 NOT AVBL BTN AKMIL - DOKETALTN RTE: AKMIL-PT P (1238N 08107E)-VATMO- DOKET (BI DIRECTIONAL)6)Q23 NOT AVBL BTN RINTO - MMVALTN RTE: RINTO -GUANI -MMV (UNI DIRECTIONAL)7)P574 NOT AVBL BTN MMV - GIRNAEND PART 2 OF 4. 1730-2130, 24 JAN 17:30 2019 UNTIL 22 FEB 21:30 2019. CREATED:16 JAN 12:22 2019
ЦитироватьYMMM F0083/19 - FLW RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENT OF INDIA: PSLV C44 ROCKET LAUNCH FROM INDIA IS NOW SCHEDULED.2 DANGER ZONES EFFECT YMMM: ZONE 5 BOUNDED BY0100N 08125E0040N 08325E0405S 08230E0345S 08030ETO BEGINNING ZONE 6 BOUNDED BY2415S 07445E2500S 08000E3400S 07800E3500S 07500E3700S 07145ETO BEGINNING. SFC - UNL, DAILY 1730/2130, 24 JAN 17:30 2019 UNTIL 26 JAN 21:30 2019. CREATED: 11 JAN 23:40 2019
ЦитироватьISROПодлинная учетная запись @isro 11 ч. назад #ISROMissions #PSLVC44 to launch #Kalamsat and #MicrosatR from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota on January 24. Kalamsat is a student payload while Microsat-R is an imaging satellite.Stay tuned for updates.
ЦитироватьHYDROPAC 176/2019 (61,63)BAY OF BENGAL.INDIAN OCEAN.INDIA.DNC 03.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS, ROCKET LAUNCHING 1730Z TO 2130Z DAILY 24 THRU 26 JAN IN AREAS: A. WITHIN TEN MILES OF 13-43.9N 080-14.2E. B. WITHIN 60 MILES OF 13-43.9N 080-14.2E BETWEEN 130 DEGREES AND 150 DEGREES. C. BOUND BY 11-45N 081-20E, 12-10N 081-50E, 10-15N 083-15E, 09-50N 082-45E. D. BOUND BY 09-00N 083-10E, 09-00N 083-55E, 07-15N 083-55E, 07-15N 083-20E. E. BOUND BY 01-00N 081-25E, 00-40N 083-25E, 04-05S 082-30E, 03-45S 080-30E. F. BOUND BY 24-15S 074-45E, 25-00S 080-00E, 34-00S 078-00E, 35-00S 075-00E, 37-00S 071-45E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 262230Z JAN 19.( 171129Z JAN 2019 )
ЦитироватьPSLV-C44 Curtain Raiser Video (English)https://www.isro.gov.in/sites/default/files/videos/pslv-c44-english.mp4.mp4Description: PSLV-C44 Curtain Raiser Video (English)Format : MP4File Size : 22.3 MBDuration : 00:04:14
ЦитироватьISROПодлинная учетная запись @isro 3:00 - 23 янв. 2019 г. #ISROMissions #PSLVC44 sits pretty on the launchpad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota under the watchful eyes of the #Moon, ahead of its midnight launch tomorrow (Jan 24), carrying #Kalamsat and #MicrosatR.Updates will continue.
ЦитироватьPSLV-C44 / MicroSat-R Mission Curtain Raiser Videodefence and space updatesОпубликовано: 22 янв. 2019 г.
ЦитироватьISROПодлинная учетная запись @isro 7:45 - 23 янв. 2019 г. #ISROMissions Countdown for the launch of #PSLVC44 started today at 19:37 (IST) at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. The launch is scheduled tomorrow at 23:37 (IST).Updates will continue.#Kalamsat#MicrosatR
ЦитироватьJan 24, 2019PSLV-C44 Mission - Propellants filling of fourth stage (PS4) of PSLV-C44 completed
ЦитироватьJan 24, 2019PSLV-C44 Mission - Filling of oxidizer (N204) for the second stage (PS2) completed
ЦитироватьJan 24, 2019PSLV-C44 Mission - Filling of propellant UH25 for second stage (PS2) of PSLV-C44 commenced.
ЦитироватьJan 24, 2019PSLV-C44 Mission - Filling of propellant UH25 for the second stage (PS2) of PSLV-C44 completed