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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 11:09:34
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.345
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #357 on: 04/21/2009 05:48 AM »   

Mr. Nair said it would be "a season of fireworks" this year at Sriharikota with a series of "major missions" lined up by the ISRO.

By June end, a PSLV will put in orbit ISRO's Oceansat-2.

Another PSLV will deploy in orbit Resourcesat-2.

A Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, with an indigenous cryogenic stage, would also lift off from Sriharikota.

The indigenous Radar Imaging Satellite RISAT-1 too may go up by this year-end.

THIS CUT-OUT FROM "THE HINDU NEWSPAPER" ARTICLE PUTS OUT ISRO'S PLANS FOR 2009 VERY CLEARLY.


PSLV C12             RISAT-2+ANUSAT             APRIL 20

PSLV C14             OCEANSAT-2+                MAY END/JUNE

PSLV C?              RESOURCESAT-2+sats from ISIS+ NLS-6(utias)     AUGUST? *[1]

GSLV D3              GSAT-4+TAUVEX              SEPTEMBER?


PSLV C?              RISAT-1+(OTHERS ?)         DECEMBER
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 11:37:07
Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ  - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ  


Планирующиеся пуски

2009
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ  - Время
конец июня - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat - PSLV C14 -ПО
август (ПО) - RESOURCESAT-2, sats from ISIS, NLS-6(utias) - PSLV-C15  - ПО
сентябрь (ПО) - GSAT-4, TAUVEX - GSLV-D3 (Mk.2) - ПО
конец года - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL)  - ПО
конец года - InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1)  - ПО
конец года - SRE-2 - PSLV-C16  - ПО

2010
середина года - ASTROSAT - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - MEGHA-TROPIQUES - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
конец года - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО

2011
ПО - TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
конец года (или начало 2012) - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО

2012
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ADITYA - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV (ПО) - Sriharikota - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО

2013
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - Sriharikota - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 11:55:40
http://www.hindu.com/2008/03/21/stories/2008032154351200.htm
ЦитатаMarсh 21, 2008
PSLV flights

Chaired by the Prime Minister, the Cabinet also approved the funding of 15 polar satellite launch vehicle operational flights (C14 to C 28 ) to be realised from 2009 to 2012 at an estimated cost of Rs. 1,518 crore. The flights would help in launching the series of remote sensing, navigation and space science satellites planned for the 11th Plan period and beyond.

The Indian Space Research Organisation has so far completed three developmental and nine operational flights and the last 11 flights have been consecutively successful. In the last mission, PSLV C10 successfully launched a commercial satellite for an international customer on January 21. This was the second commercial launch using PSLV. With this, PSLV has emerged as a versatile launch vehicle to carry out polar sun-synchronous orbit, geo-synchronous transfer orbit and low inclination low earth orbit missions. Meanwhile, the satellite missions for PSLV C9 to C13 have been committed. They are expected to be launched by 2008-09 end.
Risat-2 был запущен PSLV-C12.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 12:07:49
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/south-asia/isro-to-develop-sun-mission-aditya-says-nair_100117146.html
ЦитатаISRO to develop Sun mission "Aditya", says Nair
November 10th, 2008 - 2:24 pm ICT by ANI  

Bangalore, Nov 10 (ANI): After the success of Chandrayaan -1, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has conceptually developed a Sun mission called "Aditya".
Talking to ANI here, ISRO Chairman G. Madhavan Nair, said the success of Chandrayaan -1 has boosted the confidence of ISRO scientists to look beyond the moon.
"Aditya has been approved and its operations would begin soon. Sun mission is very critical and one of its kind in the global space research," Nair added.
He further revealed that ISRO is also developing a fast track satellite to augment rural development and the Indian space sphere. The operations will continue for the next one-and-half years.
Launched on October 22, by PSLV-C11, the Chandrayaan-1 put India in an elite lunar club comprising Russia, US, Japan, China and European Space Agency.
The Chandrayaan-1 mission intends to put an unmanned spacecraft into an orbit around the moon and to perform remote sensing of the nearest celestial neighbour for about two years with eleven payloads. (ANI)
http://syedakbarindia.blogspot.com/2008/11/india-to-send-sun-mission-aditya-in.html
ЦитатаTuesday, November 11, 2008
India to send Sun Mission Aditya in 2012

November 11, 2008
By Syed Akbar
Hyderabad, Nov 10: India will send its space mission to the Sun in 2012 to find out answers for how and why solar flares and solar winds disturb the communication network and play havoc with electronics back home on the Earth.
The Sun's corona as also its flares and winds create geomagnetic field disturbances on the Earth and often damage man-made satellites and spacecraft hovering up in the sky under intense sunlight.
After the successful launch of its moon mission, Chandrayaan-1, the Indian Space Research Organisation is now gearing up for the Mission Aditya, aimed at unravelling the secrets of the Sun, the father of our solar system. ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair on Monday announced in Bengaluru that ISRO was ready with its new space programme to explore the corona of the Sun in 2012.
Mission Aditya has been on the cards for quite some time now and it got a boost after the successful launch of Chandrayaan-1 lunarcraft into its designated orbit around the Moon.
The success of the Aditya Mission will not only solve some of the mysteries surrounding the Sun but also provide vital clues for ISRO on how to protect its satellites and spaceware from being damaged by hot winds and flares ejected out of the corona, the outermost layer of the solar atmosphere. The temperature in corona ranges between 8 lakh to 30 lakh Celsius. Material is ejected from the corona into space containing several billion tons of matter with speed ranging to several million miles per hour. Such material interacts with spacecraft and other man-made material in its path inducing electrical currents. They also damage power systems, disrupt communications and degrade high-tech navigation systems.
ISRO's Aditya Mission is a solar coronagraph or equipment that measures or studies the corona of the sun. Madhavan Nair said Aditya will study corona in visible and near infra red bands to "study the coronal mass ejection and consequently crucial physical parameters for space weather such as the coronal magnetic field structures,
velocity fields and their variability in the inner corona".
Unlike the Chandrayaan-1, which has entered the realms of the lunar world for observation as close as 100 km, Aditya will study the Sun riding piggyback on the Earth. It will weigh about 100 kgs and will have a near-earth orbit of 600 km.
ISRO has planned Aditya launch in 2012 in coordination with the solar maximum when the sunspots will be at the maximum. The last solar maximum occurs once in 11 years. Aditya Mission will cost about Rs 50 crore as against Chandrayaan-1's about Rs 400 crore. Like Chandrayaan-1 it will have a life span of two years and ISRO team hopes
to generate enough data during this period.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 12:15:56
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/indias-spy-satellite-goes-into-orbit-second-lead_100182039.html
ЦитатаApril 20th, 2009 - 3:35 pm
According to Nair, RISAT-2 has been positioned at a 41 degree inclination to enable it revisit a spot at frequent intervals.

Queried about the need for ISRO developing another such satellite, Ranganath R. Navalgund, director of the Space Applications Centre, said: "With two satellites the frequency of visits increases."

According to him, satellites orbiting in some frequencies cannot look at the earth very closely.

Not disclosing the price paid to the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), with which RISAT-2 has been developed, Nair said: "Normally a remote sensing satellite weighing one tonne would cost around Rs.80 crore (Rs.800 million). This spacecraft is much smaller."

India now joins a select group of countries in the world like Canada, Israel, Japan and a few others in having such a precision satellite.

Nair also said 2009 was going to be a big year for ISRO. "We will be launching Resourcesat, Oceansat and others. An indigenously developed cryogenic engine will be inducted this year."

India is a world leader in the remote sensing data market and with the launch of RISAT-2, ISRO will have nine remote sensing satellites in orbit. The others are IRS 1D, Resourcesat 1, TES, Cartosat 1, 2 and 2A, IMS 1 and Oceansat 1.

The other remote sensing satellites slated for launch are Oceansat-2, Radar Imaging Satellite, Resourcesat-2.

"Oceansat-2 is expected to be launched this June or July using PSLV. Piggy-backing will be a Swiss-owned micro satellite. Following that will be the launch of GSAT with Geo Synchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV) that will be fitted with indigenous cryogenic engine," S. Sathish, director (publications and public relations) at ISRO, told IANS.

He said the year-end will see the launch of remote sensing satellite Resourcesat and communications satellite INSAT 3D.

The micro education satellite Anusat, built by Anna University and having a life span of one year, will carry out drought and wasteland monitoring, urban planning and other studies.

"Anusat is expected to prod other Indian universities to built satellites and focus on space technologies," Satish added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 13:08:36
(http://www.isro.org/rep2008/mission.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 13:43:21
http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/008200904221231.htm
ЦитатаASTROSAT to be launched in mid-2010

Mumbai (PTI): India's Astronomy satellite, ASTROSAT, which would facilitates study of a range of astrophysical objects, is likely to be launched in mid-2010, scientists from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) said here.

The scientists have completed the developmental phase of complex science payloads and have just begun integrating them before delivery for the 1650 kg satellite.

"The big challenge was that of design of a satellite attitude control system that will enable accurate control of the pointing of the instruments towards a specific direction in the sky," scientists from TIFR told PTI.

ASTROSAT project is a collaborative effort of a number of reserch institutions, including the Mumbai-based TIFR.

The challenges in the design of payloads and Attitude Control System have been overcome and in a recent review committee meeting, it was decided that the delivery of the payload to ISRO satellite Centre will begin from the middle of this year and continue till early next year to enable the launch ASTROSAT in 2010 using ISRO workhorse PSLV.

The Astrosat will be in an equatorial orbit with inclination of about 8 degrees or less. Two star trackers and gyros will be used for the pointing control of the satellite.

Orbiting at 600 km above the earth's surface, the ASTROSAT satellite costing about Rs 200 crore, will have a lifespan of at least five years.

This would facilitate study of astrophysical objects ranging from nearby solar system objects to distant stars and objects at cosmological distances, scientists actively working on the instrumentation said.

Out of the five science payloads for this multi-wavelength satellite observatory, three X-ray instruments are developed by TIFR.

The Ultra-Violet Imaging Instrument has been developed jointly by Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore and Inter-university centre for astronomy and astrophysics, Pune with the involvement of TIFR.

The photon counting detectors of this instrument have been developed jointly by the Indian team and the Canadian Space Agency as a science collaboration. The fifth instrument namely X-ray Sky Monitor is being made by ISRO Satellite Centre and is in advanced stages of fabrication and assembly.

Astrosat will carry five instruments to observe exotic objects such as black holes, neutron stars, and active galaxies at a number of different wavelengths simultaneously, from the visible and ultraviolet band to energetic x-rays.

The scientist said that, with the confidence developed by the scientific community in the making of payloads for the large mission ASTROSAT, discussions are taking place for the development and launch of smaller size satellites for astronomy and other areas of science in the near future.

Its other objectives included broadband spectroscopic studies of galaxy clusters and stellar coronae, studies of periodic and non-periodic variability of x-ray sources, monitoring intensity of known sources and detecting outbursts and luminosity variations, the scientists said.

Once begins orbiting in the sky, it is capable of gathering 420 gigabits of data every day that can be down loaded in 10 to 11 orbits visible at Tracking and Data receiving center of ISRO in Bangalore.

Other institutes involved in the project are Raman Research Institute, Bangalore, India Space Research Organisation, Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Bangalore, Inter-University Center for Astrophysics, Pune, Bhabha Atomic Reserch Centre, Mumbai, S.N Bose National Centre for Basic Science, Kolkata, Canadian Space Agency.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 13:54:26
http://tauvex.iiap.res.in/
ЦитатаTAUVEX is an Indo-Israeli Ultraviolet Imaging Experiment that will image large parts of the sky in the wavelength region between 1400 and 3200
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 16:23:42
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2008/10/10/317186/india-france-sign-new-space-deal.html
ЦитатаIndia, France sign new space deal
By Radhakrishna Rao
France and India have agreed to carry out a pair of joint satellite missions to study atmospheric and oceanic dynamics, for launch in 2009 and 2010.

The Megha-Tropiques mission, designed to study the life cycle of convective systems and their role in associated energy and moisture budgets of the tropical atmosphere, is planned for launch in 2009-10. The Saral project to study marine meteorology and sea state forecasting is planned for launch during late 2009.

The missions fall under a series of three space-related agreements between the countries, calling for government, academic and industry-level co-operation on peaceful applications of space technology and joint research and development on topics including instrumentation for satellites and development of small satellites.

Another agreement between the Indian Space Research Organisation and EADS Astrium paves the way for a joint satellite launch services operation built around India's PSLV launch vehicle. ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair describes the alliance as "a new milestone" in French-Indian relations.

Separately, ISRO's Thiruvananthapuram-based Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology and the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris have agreed to enhance academics and research links.
http://meghatropiques.ipsl.polytechnique.fr/
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 16:58:13
http://www.hindu.com/2008/04/28/stories/2008042851471000.htm
ЦитатаMore of ISRO's eyes in the sky

N. Gopal Raj

The constellation of Indian remote-sensing satellites is set to grow further. ISRO plans to carry out over 30 remote sensing satellite missions by 2025, Dr. Jayaraman told The Hindu.

The Oceansat-2 satellite, which too may be launched this year, is intended to replace the Oceansat-1 satellite that was launched in 1999. Apart from an ocean colour monitor, Oceansat-2 will be equipped with an instrument that uses a narrow radar beam to ascertain wind direction and velocity. The satellite will also carry an Italian instrument to use signals from GPS satellites for deriving temperature and humidity profiles of the atmosphere.

Over the next four to five years, ISRO could launch a dozen or so earth-observation satellites, going by the mission profile given in the Department of Space's annual report for 2007-2008.

Next year could see the launch of the country's first active radar satellite, the Radar Imaging Satellite-1 (RISAT-1). Optical cameras on the IRS satellites rely on picking up sunlight reflected from the earth's surface. So they cannot work at night or when clouds block their view of the ground below. A radar satellite, on the other hand, can take images by night as well as by day and can see through clouds, fog and haze. The radar images from the satellite could also provide information on soil moisture.

Megha-Tropiques, a joint Indo-French effort at building a satellite dedicated to atmospheric and climate research in the tropics, could be ready by the end of 2009. A Statement of Intent to build such a satellite was signed by the space agencies of the two countries nine years ago. The instruments on the satellite are intended to help scientists understand better the water cycle in the tropics as well as how rain-bearing cloud systems (including cyclones) form and evolve. Another advanced meteorological satellite, the Insat-3D, could also fly during the 2009-2010 financial year.

Remote-sensing satellites usually circle the Earth at a height of a few hundred kilometres. ISRO plans to put a Cartosat-type camera on a satellite that will be placed in geostationary orbit at a distance of about 36,000 km. In this orbit, the satellite matches the Earth's rotation and therefore appears stationary from the ground. Stationed over India, the 'Geo-HR Imager' (as the satellite has been named) would be able to take images of the country and neighbouring regions whenever needed. By contrast, an orbiting satellite would be able to image the ground only when it flies overhead, which could be after a few days or even weeks depending on its orbit. Geo-HR Imager could therefore significantly aid disaster management efforts. Its imagery would also provide inputs for natural resources management. ISRO has currently scheduled the satellite for launch during 2010-2011.

In 2011-12, Cartosat-3 could go into the orbit. The panchromatic camera on this satellite is expected to provide images with a resolution of 30 cm. Currently, the American WorldView-1 satellite launched in September last year offers the highest resolution imageries that are commercially available and the resolution of those images is 50 cm. WorldView-2, which will be launched next year, will provide images with a resolution of 46 cm.

Apart from meeting Indian application and user demands, ISRO's earth observation programme would also complement global efforts to use satellites for monitoring and studying the planet, said Dr. Jayaraman. There is considerable international interest in including several Indian missions as part of the planned global constellation of earth observation satellites, he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 17:28:54
http://www.hindu.com/2009/05/02/stories/2009050256751800.htm
ЦитатаMay 02, 2009
ISRO to send bacteria cells into space

Divya Gandhi

Biological experiments will be a prelude to manned mission
E.coli cell will be grown in bioreactor
It is to be explored why microgravity alters growth of cells

- FILE PHOTO: PTI
(http://www.hindu.com/2009/05/02/images/2009050256751801.jpg)
Coast Guard men recover the Indian Space Research Organisation's 550-kg recoverable space capsule SRE-1 that splashed down in the Bay of Bengal near Chennai in January 2007 after 12 days in space.

Bangalore: In its first set of biological experiments, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will send bacteria cells into space -- and bring them back -- in the second Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE-2) scheduled for launch this year-end.

Two life science experiments, using E.coli and photosynthetic bacteria, will help us understand cell division, genomics (genetic changes) and proteomics (changes in proteins) in microgravity conditions, said Kamanio Chattopadhyay, national coordinator of the Indian Microgravity Programme, who is coordinating scientific experiments for the mission.

In the first experiment, an E.coli cell would be grown in a bio-reactor and brought back to the earth to carry out genomic studies.

"When the experiment is recovered, we will explore why microgravity alters the growth of cells." The experiment could be seen as a prelude to ISRO's manned space mission slated for 2015, he said.

"We know that astronauts experience physiological changes when they go into space, the most common being bone loss. NASA [National Aeronautics and Space Administration] has done experiments to prove that microgravity impacts genes. We need to understand this phenomenon better."

The payload would be developed in collaboration with the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) in Hyderabad and the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvananthapuram.

In the other experiment, photosynthetic bacteria would be cultured to study the effect of microgravity on photosynthesis. Much like plants, cynobacteria carry out photosynthesis. This experiment would be developed jointly by CCMB, ISRO and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.

The effect of space radiation and microgravity on seeds -- of rice and medicinal plants -- would be the subject of a third experiment developed by the Pune and Kerala universities. Using a dosimeter, the experiment would measure levels of radiation exposure on the seeds.

The satellite would also have a materials science experiment onboard to study the role of gravity on melting and sintering of metal powder. Developed by the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur, this payload would use a model copper-tin alloy as the subject.

The experiments would remain in orbit for 10 days, said Dr. Chattopadhyay. "While SRE-1 [launched in 2007] proved we had mastered technology for safe vehicle re-entry, SRE-2 will focus on life science experiments in microgravity." SRE-1 was launched on January 10, 2007 and it successfully re-entered the earth's atmosphere 12 days later.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 17:39:08
http://www.hindu.com/2008/06/25/stories/2008062555991500.htm
ЦитатаISRO satellite to study climate change

Divya Gandhi

A unique initiative with science institutes

Bangalore: Few issues have taken the global centre stage as did climate change recently, and images of melting polar ice caps and rising sea levels are now all too ubiquitous to ignore.

But how much do we really know about global warming? What is the quantity of greenhouse gases -- carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and methane -- in our atmosphere? How are they distributed around the world?

Some answers might be brought back by I-STAG, a satellite to be launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in 2012, in a unique collaborative initiative with science institutes, including the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) here.

Low Earth orbit

"I-STAG, (Indian Satellite for Aerosol and Gases) is a small satellite, weighing no more than 150 kg and will most likely go as a co-passenger with one of the major launches scheduled for 2012," R. Sridharan, Programme director, Space Science Office, ISRO, told The Hindu. It will be placed in a low Earth orbit at 600 km.

Focus on tropics

In its two-year life span, I-STAG will collect data on the quantity and distribution of carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, aerosols (suspended particulate matter), ozone, water vapour and the oxides of nitrogen and sulphur so that an estimate can be made on their impact on climate.

"The satellite will have a special focus on the tropics and will monitor the spatial and temporal variation in the amount of these gases to assess their long-term effect on the climate and ecosystem," said Prof. Sridharan.

The experiments would also attempt to estimate the impact of biomass burning and forest fires on climate.

I-STAG will be developed jointly by the IISc, the Space Physics Laboratory in Thiruvananthapuram, the Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad, and the National Atmospheric Research Laboratory in Tirupati.

"ISRO will put in the seed money of about Rs. 10 crore, and scientists will, through simulations, demonstrate the concepts and also work out the methods for analysing the data," Prof. Sridharan said. The three experiments on I-STAG would measure and trace the distribution of greenhouse gases through an infrared spectrometer, and a multiwave radiometer would monitor the distribution and polarisation properties of aerosols.

Small satellites

I-STAG is part of the space organisation's "small satellites programme" for scientific experiments, said ISRO Chairman G. Madhavan Nair. "The first of the series of small satellite was the Indian Mini Satellite (IMS-1), which flew with CARTOSAT-2A. We are scheduled to launch three more small satellites in the next four years, including I-STAG. These are SENSE, to study the near-space environment; Aditya, to study the solar corona; and YOUTHSAT to measure solar radiation," he said.

Prof. Sridharan said the science institutes were now preparing the project report for I-STAG in consultation with the satellite group at the ISRO Satellite Centre.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 17:57:06
http://dilipkumar.in/latest.php?subaction=showfull&id=1238929765&archive=&start_from=&ucat=19,33&
ЦитатаSARAL - ISRO/CNES

An Isro (Indian Space Research Organization) satellite, Saral (Satellite with ARgos and ALtika or Meaning Simple in Hindi), will embark the AltiKa altimeter (working in Ka-band, 35 GHz), built by Cnes, as well as a Doris instrument. Signal frequencies in the Ka-band will enable better observation of ice, rain, coastal zones, land masses (forests, etc.), and wave heights.The ARgos element helps measure temperature and salinity of oceans while ALtika is a system to measure the height of the ocean, waves and tides.
 
What is Altika?

Altika is ahigh accurate oceanography altimeter (an instrument that measures the height above ground; used in navigation) . Satellite radar altimetry is a technique used in oceanography to measure sea level on a large scale. The data obtained is vital to understanding ocean circulation and its variations.

The AltiKa project, which was developed by CNES, is based on a wideband Ka-band altimeter (35.75 GHz, 500 MHz), which will be the first oceanography altimeter to operate at such a high frequency. This unique technical characteristic of the instrument will offer higher performance both in terms of spatial and vertical resolution. The instrument's more accurate measurements will lead to improved observation of ice, coastal areas, inland waters and wave height .

Together with instruments from the Argos 3 mission, the AltiKa payload will be carried on the Saral satellite, developed jointly byIndian Space Agency (ISRO) and CERN , which is providing the platform and overseeing satellite operations, including launch, orbit acquisition and station keeping. CNES is supplying the AltiKa payload and will be responsible for receiving and processing data using the SALP altimetry and precise location service.

The agreement signed by CNES and ISRO in February 2007 will reinforce the working relationship of the two Agencies. The Saral satellite, to be placed on Envisat's orbit, is scheduled for launch end of 2010.

"With Saral we will be able to realise precise, repetitive global measurements of sea surface height, significant wave heights and wind speed for developing operational oceanography. Saral will also give us a better understanding of climate and help us develop forecasting capabilities. This will greatly contribute to the building of a global ocean observing system. The launch of this mission is planned for 2011, with a life of 3 years (2 years for the nominal phase, and one year for the extended phase). This mission is a 50-50 cooperation between CNES and ISRO," Mr. d'Escatha ( Head of CERN). "Saral will replace an ageing Franco-U.S. satellite which will be phased out shortly. When sailors are in distress at sea they use the ARgos system to help locate them. With this, India will become a full member of the ARgos community."

Posted on 05 Apr 2009, by dilip
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 18:37:13
http://dilipkumar.in/india/articles.php?subaction=showfull&id=1238141878&archive=&start_from=&ucat=33&
ЦитатаThe Future Plans
In the area of Launch Vehicle Development, the major target for 11th plan is to complete the development of GSLV Mk-III capable of launching 4T class INSAT satellite and operationalise the vehicle. PSLV and GSLV will continue to be workhorse vehicles for launching IRS and INSAT (2T class) satellites and their capabilities will be further improved. Technology development and demonstration missions on Reusable Launch Vehicle including space recovery technologies and air breathing propulsion are also planned.
Keepin view the growing requirements,  it was considered necessary to initiate the development of Manned Missions during 11th plan period by development of critical technologies. The major objective of the Manned Mission programme is to develop a fully autonomous manned space vehicle to carry two crew to 400 km LEO and safe return to earth.
Major target for 11th plan, therefore, is to complete these ongoing missions and plan for followon missions Chandrayaan-2 and Astrosat-2 for continued investigations. Besides this, a number of small satellite missions for studies in Solar Physics (Space borne Coronagraph "Aditya")

ISRO plans to launch its next lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2, by the end of 2010 or early 2011. It will carry a Russian-made rover to collect samples from the Moon's surface for detailed analysis.
Earth's Near Space Environment (Twin satellite missions SENSE-P and SENSE-E), investigations in inner magnetosphere (ITM) and studies in atmospheric aerosol and trace gases (I-STAG mission) have also been planned.
Indian space scientists have also begun preparing a project report for a human mission to the Moon. "Before 2015 we will have the first manned mission from the Indian soil," said Madhav Nair (ISRO's Chief)

So it is the Time When The Younger Generation Can Dream Of Landing On Moon
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.05.2009 18:43:42
http://indiabudget.nic.in/ub2009-10(I)/eb/sbe89.pdf
Цитата2. Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Project: The GSLV Project envisaged the development of a launch vehicle capable of launching 2 tonne INSAT-class satellites into Geo-synchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO). The third test flight will carry the indigenous cryogenic engine & stage.

3. GSLV Mk-III Development: GSLV Mk-III is intended to develop a cost-effective launch vehicle capable of launching 4 tonne class of communication satellites in Geo-synchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO). The Project envisages the development of a number of technologies which include, among other, 200 tonne solid stage booster (S-200), 25 tonne cryogenic engines (C-25), and L-110 tonne liquid stage engines as core boosters. The first developmental flight of GSLV MK III is expected by 2010-2011.

4. Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS) Project: The objective of the Project is to develop and qualify an indigenous restartable cryogenic stage employing liquid oxygen as oxidizer and liquid hydrogen as fuel for the upper stage of GSLV. The first flight of the indigenous cryo stage is targeted for flight testing by GSLV during 2009-2010.

5. Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-Continuation (PSLVC) Project: The PSLV is capable of placing 1400-1600 kg class IRS satellites in Polar Sun- Synchronous Orbit, 1000 kg class satellites into Geo-synchronous Transfer Orbit and upto 2800 kg class satellites into Low Earth Orbit. The PSLV-C-11 in its fourteenth flight successfully launched Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft carrying 11 scientific payloads on October 22, 2008.

9. GSLV-Operational Project: The GSLV-Operational Project has been conceived to meet the launch requirement of 2 tonne class of operational INSAT satellites. The GSLV-F06 carrying INSAT-3D will be launched during 2009-2010.

10. Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE): The main objective of the Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE) is to develop and demonstrate capability to recover on orbiting capsule back on earth. SRE-I has successfully launched on-board PSLV on January 10, 2007 and was also successfully recovered from Bay of Bengal on January 22, 2007.
The SRE-II will be launched by PSLV-C16 during the third quarter of 2009-2010.

11. Manned Mission Initiatives/Human Space Flight Programme: The main objective of the Indian Manned Mission Space program is to develop a fully autonomous manned space vehicle to carry two crew to 400 km LEO and safe return to earth. Detailed studies have been initiated on the technologies required for realizing the flight safety and reliability, propulsion systems, advanced materials etc. The project proposal has been submitted for approval of the Government.

13. Semi Cryogenic Engine/Stage Development: The objective of the project is to develop and qualify a high thrust Semi Cryogenic engine and stage (employing kerosene of required grade/spar as fuel and Liquid Oxygen as oxidizer) for the future advanced launch vehicle.

14. Oceansat-2 & 3: The main objective of Oceansat-2 is to provide continuity of data & services hitherto provided by Oceansat-1 on Oceanography and coastal studies. The launch of Oceansat-2 onboard PSLV is planned during the first quarter of 2009-2010. Oceansat-3, planned to be initiated towards end of 11th plan will be a follow-on satellite for Oceansat-2 to provide continuity of data on Ocean & Coastal resources.

15. Resourcesat-2 & 3: Taking into account the increased use of space imageries for different applications and continued Earth Observation services required from the IRS satellites, Resourcesat-2 has been conceived as a continuity mission with enhanced capabilities which will be mainly for crop applications, vegetation dynamics and natural resources census applications. The Payload realization and sub-system fabrication are targeted for 2009-2010. Resourcesat-3 will provide continuity of data after Resourcesat-2.

18. Radar Imaging Satellite-1 Project (RISAT-1): Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT) is intended to provide all-weather, day and night imaging capability providing vital inputs for various agricultural and disaster applications. The satellite is targeted to be launched by PSLV-C-13 during first quarter of 2009-2010.

19. GSAT-4: The satellite will be utilized for conducting various experiments in the communications area and early introduction of geo-based navigation system. The satellite is targeted for launch during 2009-2010.

20. Navigation Satellite System (NSS): The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), is planned to be a constellation of 7 satellites - 3 in GEO and 4 in GSO orbit. This satellite is expected to provide position accuracies similar to GPS in a region centered around India with a coverage extending upto 1500 km from India. The configuration of the satellite has been finalized and procurement of components & materials has been initiated. 220 Notes on Demands for Grants, 2009-2010 No.89/ Department of Space http://indiabudget.nic.in

23. Earth Observation - New Missions (SARAL, TESHyp, DMSAR-1 & Carto-3): Indian Earth Observation program is directed towards providing continuity of EO data for resource management applications and enhancing the imaging capability. Towards this, it is planned to undertake development of small satellite with Argos & Altimeter (SARAL) for oceanography studies, Technology Experiment Satellite in Hyper Spectral Imaging (TES-HYP), Radar Imaging Satellite for Disaster Management (DMSAR) & advanced cartography satellite (Carto-3).

39. Megha-tropiques Project: Megha-Tropiques is an ISRO-CNES(France) joint mission and is intended for studying tropical atmosphere and climate related to aspects such as monsoons, cyclones, etc., using a satellite platform.

40. Astrosat 1 & 2: The objective of the Astrosat project is to build and launch an astronomical observatory satellite for expanding the scientific knowledge about the evolution of stellar objects and gather valuable scientific data on high energy Astronomy and Astrophysics research. The satellite is planned for launch in 2010 onboard PSLV.

41. Indian Lunar Chandrayaan-1 & 2: The main objective of Indian Lunar Chandrayaan-1 is for expanding the scientific Notes on Demands for Grants, 2009-2010 221 No.89/ Department of Space http://indiabudget.nic.in knowledge about the moon, upgrading the technological capability and providing the challenging opportunity for planetary research for a large number of growing young people of the country benefiting the human society at large. The Chandrayaan- 1 was successfully launched on October 22, 2008 on-board the PSLV-C11. The follow-on mission Chandrayaan-2 has been recently approved by the Government.

49. INSAT-3 Satellites (including Launch Services): The objective of INSAT-3 Spacecraft Project are to (i) build five INSAT-3 satellites, (INSAT-3A to INSAT-3E) keeping the flexibility for mid-course corrections to accommodate emerging requirements, carry out mission planning, launch campaign and initial phase operations, and (ii) establish required programme elements for carrying out the same. INSAT-3D the last satellite in INSAT-3 series is targeted for launch during 2009-2010.

50. INSAT-4 Satellites (including Launch Services): The fourth generation INSAT-4 Satellite series has been planned to meet the capacity and service requirements projected by various users and development needs of the country. INSAT-4A, 4B & 4CR satellite in the INSAT-4 series have been launched & operationalised. Work on INSAT-4D, 4E, 4F (User funded) and INSAT-4G is in progress.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.05.2009 15:46:49
http://www.rian.ru/science/20081022/153631237.html
ЦитатаЗапуск спутника Youthsat отложен на второй квартал 2009 года
11:27 22/10/2008

ШРИХАРИКОТА (Индия), 22 окт - РИА Новости, Евгений Безека. Индия перенесла запуск российско-индийского спутника Youthsat на второй квартал 2009 года, сообщил РИА Новости директор Отдела прогрессивных технологий Индийской организации космических исследований профессор Шастри.

"Youthsat - не основной груз, поэтому он может быть запущен одновременно с другим спутником, который будет выводиться на аналогичную орбиту. Такой запуск может быть осуществлен во втором квартале 2009 года", - сказал Шастри.

Спутник собран российскими студентами, а индийским студентам Университета штата Андхра-Прадеш предстоит проанализировать полученные им на орбите сведения.

Решение о запуске российско-индийского спутника было принято в январе 2007 года. Запуск первоначально планировалось приурочить к проходящему Году России в Индии и отправить на орбиту весной 2008 года. Позднее срок был сдвинут на конец 2008 - начало 2009 года.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.05.2009 15:56:32
Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ  - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ  


Планирующиеся пуски

2009
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ  - Время
август - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1 , Rubin 9.2 - PSLV C14 - ПО
август-сентябрь (ПО) - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT , CubeSats, NLS-7(ПО)  - PSLV-C15  - ПО
сентябрь-октябрь - GSAT-4, TAUVEX - GSLV-D3 (Mk.2) - ПО
октябрь - SRE-2 - PSLV-C16  - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
август-сентябрь или первый квартал 2010 - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО

2010
первый квартал 2010  - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL)  - ПО
первое полугодие - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
первое полугодие - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
середина года - ASTROSAT- PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
конец года - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), CubeSats - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО (или 2011) - ПО - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО

2011
ПО - TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года (или начало 2012) - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III -  ПО

2012
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ADITYA - ПО  - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО  - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО  - ПО

2013
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО)  - ПО

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.05.2009 16:15:27
Сайт ISIS :  http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=36&Itemid=45

http://www.sefspaceworks.com/?q=marketplace_content_payload
ЦитатаLaunch Opportunities for CubeSats, NanoSats and Microsatellites

ISIS is pleased to announce a number of launch opportunities to various orbits in 2009 and 2010 for small satellites, like CubeSats, NanoSats and Microsatellites.

ISIS - Innovative Solutions In Space BV is a space company based in Delft, The Netherlands, with its roots in the Delfi-C3 nanosatellite project, successfully operating in orbit since April 2008. Founded in January 2006, ISIS is focussed at small satellite systems, missions and launch services.

Through its ISILaunch Services (www.isilaunch.com), ISIS offers regular launch opportunities for CubeSats, Nanosats and Microsatellites, as well as attached payloads. ISILaunch campaigns are typically arranged for clusters of small satellites like CubeSats, or as dedicated campaign for somewhat larger auxiliary satellites. With our flexible ISILaunch approach, ISIS can take care of the complete technical and non-technical management of the launch of your satellite, including launch adaptor and acceptance testing if so desired, or ISIS can simply act as your launch broker.

Currently, ISIS has the following launch opportunities available for 2009 and 2010:Period    LV    Intended Orbit    Availability
2009:
April    PSLV    ~ 550-600km, 41° inclination    contact us for availability
June    PSLV    ~ 817km, Sun Synchronous    contact us for availability
Aug/Sep    PSLV    ~ 670km, Sun Synchronous    1U CUBESAT SLOT
4th Q    PSLV    ~ 635km, Sun Synchronous    CubeSats, small satellites (up to ~200kg)
2010:
1st Q    Russian    LEO, low altitude, TBC    CubeSats or NanoSat
1st Q    PSLV    ~ 820km, 20° inclination    CubeSats, small satellites (up to ~200kg)
Mar/Apr    PSLV    ~ 800km Sun Synchronous    All small satellites
Mid    PSLV    ~ 650km, 5° inclination    All small satellites
4th Q    Russian    ~ 450-550km, 65° inclination    200kg MICROSAT slot + CubeSats, NanoSats
4th Q    TBA    ~ 720km Sun Synchronous (TBC)    All small satellites

Especially for the Aug/Sep and 4th Quarter launches in 2009, ISIS currently is in the final phase of contracting. In case of interest, feel free to contact us for more information, or have a look at our website www.isilaunch.com.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2009 13:58:15
http://www.asmmag.com/news/india-to-launch-1st-irnss-satellite-by-december-
ЦитатаWednesday 06 May 2009
The Indian Space Research Organisation says it is on track to launch the first satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite system by the end of the year. The entire constellation will be in place by 2012.      
According to a presentation by A. Bhaskaranarayana (http://www.oosa.unvienna.org/pdf/icg/2008/expert/2-3.pdf) to a meeting of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) in Montreal on 15 July 2008, IRNSS will consists of three satellites (called GEOs) on the geostationary arc above India and four (called GSOs) in two highly inclined quazi-zenith orbits.
http://www.utias-sfl.net/SpecialProjects/LaunchIndex.html
ЦитатаNanosatellite Launch System 6
Launch Date: June / July 2009
Launch Vehicle: Antrix Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)
Separation System: XPOD (various configurations)
Spacecraft Complement: CanX-4 and CanX-5 (Canada) (TBC)
Sun Synchronous, 800 km, 10:30 LTDN UTIAS/SFL is planning to launch 4 to 6 nanosatellites in 2009 and welcomes additional partners wishing to share the launch. The orbit is Sun Synchronous, 800 km, 10:30 LTDN. XPOD separation systems will be used.

Nanosatellite Launch System 7
Launch Date: July-September 2009
Launch Vehicle: Antrix Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)
Separation System: XPOD (various configurations)
Spacecraft Complement: BRiTE Constellation (Canada) (TBC)
UTIAS/SFL is planning to launch 4 to 6 nanosatellites in 2009 and welcomes additional partners wishing to share the launch. The orbit is Sun Synchronous, 650-670 km, 10:15 LTDN. XPOD separation systems will be used.

Nanosatellite Launch System 8
Launch Date: mid-2010
Launch Vehicle: Antrix Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)
Separation System: XPOD (various configurations)
Spacecraft Complement: (TBC)
UTIAS/SFL is planning to launch 4 to 6 nanosatellites in 2009 and welcomes additional partners wishing to share the launch. The orbit is Sun Synchronous, 800 km, 06:00 LTDN. XPOD separation systems will be used.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2009 14:33:23
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
Цитата2009 Period    Orbit    Vehicle    Slots available for:
end of June     ~ 720km Sun Synchronous, 12:00am LTDN    PSLV    ISILaunch01 Campaign ongoing
3rd quarter    ~ 635km Sun Synchronous   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats
4th Quarter    ~ 817km Sun Synchronous, 10:30am LTDN PSLV CubeSats, Nanosats
4th Q'09 / 1st Q'10    ~ 600-700km Sun Synchronous, 10:15am LTDN PSLV CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

2010
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 500-700km Sun Sychronous, 11:30 LTAN Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 820km, 20° inclination   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
2nd/3rd quarter    ~ 700km Sun Synchronous (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
4th quarter    ~ 450-500km, ~ 65° inclination   Russian   CubeSats, 50kg + 200kg slot
4th quarter    ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 540/820km Sun Sychronous   Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2009 15:26:31
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/isro-to-launch-three-satellites-this-year/357739/
ЦитатаIsro to launch three satellites this year

BS Reporter / Chennai/ Hyderabad May 12, 2009, 0:20 IST

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) would launch three satellites this year including Oceansat, which would be ready in two months, said ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair.
           
Oceansat would be launched through a PSLV and would be useful in monitoring the ocean atmosphere to make predictions for the fisherfolk. Another satellite would be launched through the GSLV in the next three months and the third, again through a PSLV, towards the end of the year, he said.

Speaking to the media after delivering the AV Rama Rao Technology Award lecture on Monday at the Indian Institute of Chemical Technology here, he said Isro was working to bring the benefits of the satellites to the rural areas by using them for kharif rice assessment, developing water resources, fisheries, wasteland mapping and studying the composition of atmosphere for weather forecast. "In the long run, we dream to have a rocket system built on the concept of a space shuttle, which would take off from the ground, go to space and return," he said.

Cutting down the costs of access to space was a major challenge. Also, the space industry was in search of new metals that would resist high temperatures in the order of 1,000 degree centigrade.

Though solar energy was abundant, solar cells were not efficient yet and the cost of setting up solar farms was prohibitive.

"It would be ideal if the efficiency of a solar cell increased from the present below 30 per cent to about 50 per cent," he said adding that nanotechnology could provide an answer in producing the right kind of material to increase the efficiency.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2009 16:26:25
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Kanpur/Jugnu-to-light-up-space-research/articleshow/4496278.cms
Цитата`Jugnu' to light up space research
7 May 2009, 2124 hrs IST, Abhinav Malhotra, TNN

KANPUR: IIT-Kanpur which is soon going to enter into its jubilee year is ready to set  new highs in the field of space research with its much
coveted space project -- the development and the launch of the nano satellite `Jugnu'.

A team of students, working under the guidance of faculty members of the institute have been working on this project prior to the launch of Jugnu. Its launch is expected in the month of September or December, 2009. The satellite has been termed as India's first indigenously made satellite and it is expected that it will be launched by the scientists of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

Head of mechanical department, Dr N S Vyas informed that the nano satellite, Jugnu will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (also known as SHAR, located in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh) by ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). "It is extremely cost effective and reliable launch vehicle. After its launch, Jugnu will be continuously monitored and controlled by ground station located at the campus," said Dr N S Vyas.

Weighing less than 3 kg and with most functional qualities of a normal satellite on a small platform, the payload of the satellite will include an indigenously designed camera for near remote sensing and a GPS receiver. Jugnu will transmit blinking signal, at all times, all over the earth. The designed life span of the satellite is proposed to be one year. Jugnu's design will have to overcome many challenges as it will have to face high vibrations even before its ejection. The satellite will also have to survive high doses of radiation that can cause damage to the system memory. There are many other functionality constraints on the satellite hardware due to the limited power availability.

The nano satellite project of the IIT-K is going on in the mechanical engineering department, the department which has to its credit many successful projects. One such project is the `derailment prevention project' under Dr Vyas of the mechanical engineering department, in association with RDSO, Lucknow, for enhancing the safety of the passengers.

On further exploring about the satellite, a member of the team Jugnu informed, "The images collected will also be useful in studying the vegetation and the water bodies. The satellite design is mostly indigenous. In view of the high cost associated with the launch special efforts are being made to keep the weight to the lowest minimum."

"Most of the performance tests for the sub-systems of satellite will be carried out in the institute itself, using existing infrastructure. However, launch critical tests will be carried out at ISRO centres," added the team member.

The aim of the making and launching of Jugnu is to develop a long term infrastructure and human resources in the IIT-K for future space research programs in the institute in collaboration with ISRO. The efforts of the team Jugnu were appreciated even by Dr David Morrison, director, NASA Lunar Science Institute who had visited the IIT-K campus at the time of IIT's annual technical fest, Techkriti.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.05.2009 22:42:47
http://www.hindu.com/2009/05/16/stories/2009051653312000.htm
ЦитатаSaturday, May 16, 2009

GPS' India equivalent in three years
S. Anandan

Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System will cover the Indian Ocean region

Kochi: The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), similar to the Global Positioning System (GPS) of the U.S., will be operational in three years' time, K. Radhakrishnan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), has said.

Inaugurating a two-day national seminar on "Innovations in electronics technology for futuristic communications," organised by the Institution of Engineers (India) local centre, here on Friday, Mr. Radhakrishnan said a revolution was under way in the field of satellite navigation systems.

"India is going in a major way in this area," he said. The country will have a space-based augmentation of the GPS system Gagan (GPS-aided Geo-augmented Navigation, which the Indian Space Research Organisation [ISRO] has developed with the U.S. defence major Raytheon), to start with. Gagan will be in place in a year and a half, and is primarily meant to aid precise landing of aircraft.

"However, we plan to have our own IRNSS in three years. Covering the Indian Ocean region, this will provide positional accuracy of about 10 metres and is implemented using seven satellites, three in the geostationary transfer orbits and four in non-geostationary orbits," he said.

"Importantly, today we also have an international coordinating group under the United Nations Committee on Peaceful use of Outer Space that worries about interoperability among the GPS, the Russian Glonass, the European Galileo and (as it happens) the IRNSS."

On the major achievements of ISRO, he said by the end of the 11th Five Year Plan, the country would have at least 500 transponders, a quantum jump from the present 210 made available by 10 satellites.

"Besides the present C-band, extended C-band and Ku-band, we are also getting into the higher frequency Ka-band providing ultra small aperture terminal communication that will revolutionise rural communication ... Already, we have been able to connect a large number of hospitals -- primary health centres in remote areas -- to super-specialty hospitals," he said.

Later, speaking to The Hindu, Mr. Radhakrishnan said that the space agency was all set to test the indigenous cryogenic engine in the next flight of the GSLV (Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle) in August or September.

"We also have a series of PSLV [Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle] flights lined up and its next flight, scheduled for this July, will put a new Oceansat into the orbit to replace the existing one. This will have new payloads with ocean colour monitor and the scatterometer on board will give wind velocity in the Indian seas. This year will also see the launch of Resourcesat-II, besides the second flight of space recovery capsule. Preparations are also afoot to develop GSLV Mark III that can ferry a 4-tonne satellite into the geostationary transfer orbit. The launch will be in 2010 or 2011," he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.05.2009 01:05:38
http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=Come+Aug,+ISRO+to+launch+GSAT-4&artid=QE6hSfKButc=&SectionID=Qz/kHVp9tEs=&MainSectionID=wIcBMLGbUJI=&SectionName=UOaHCPTTmuP3XGzZRCAUTQ==&SEO=
ЦитатаBANGALORE: India's premier space institute Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch its communication satellite GSAT-4 by August.

GSAT-4, an experimental communications satellite, would be able to connect around one lakh villages through internet.

Though mainly commissioned as an experimental satellite, GSAT-4 would be able to guide precisely all kinds of military and civil aircraft, informed scientists at ISRO.

"GSAT-4 is getting ready and everything has been set to launch it into space in August," said M Krishnaswamy, Programme Director, ISAC, ISRO. When launched, the satellite should be able to provide better internet connectivity in remote areas of the country, he said.

Giving details of the satellite, Krishnaswamy said it was primarily constructed as a technology demonstrator.

"We had been using KU-band technology for our satellites before. With this KA-Band technology, we would be able to upgrade our band communication and navigation payload," he informed.

"It is a very futuristic satellite and will be at par with all the existing communication satellites. It will have a GPS receiver and digital connectivity on board, so that it can help in connecting the remote villages through internet," he said.

Throwing light on the future plans of ISRO, Krishnaswamy said: "Our youth-sat, a dedicated satellite for scientific experiments pursued by undergraduate and post-graduate students from various universities in India, will be launched buy ISRO at the end of this year."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.05.2009 01:12:53
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.375
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #383 on: 05/22/2009 03:18 AM »   

PSLV C14       End June/Early July                 720km SSO      
OCEANSAT-2+ BEESAT+UWE-2+ITUpsat1+SwissCube

GSLV D3        August/September                     GSO            
GSAT-4+TAUVEX

PSLV C16       August/September(3rd Quarter)       635km SSO      
SRE-II+Cartosat-2B+others(!?!)

PSLV C15       4th Quarter                         817km SSO      
Resourcesat-1+NLS-6 of UTIAS+ISIS sats

PSLV C13       4th Quarter 2009/1st Quarter 2010   600-700Km SSO  
RISAT-1+others
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.06.2009 17:52:29
http://cybersecurity.ru/space/72124.html
ЦитатаЯпония и Индия будут сотрудничать в космической сфере
(11:52) 13.06.2009

В минувшую пятницу японское космическое агентство Jaxa объявило о первом совместном с индийской стороной эксперименте в космической сфере - страны намерены заняться биологическими исследованиями в условиях микрогравитации. На первом этапе Япония и Индия намерена выращивать растения в условиях отсутствия гравитации.

В середине октября будет запущен индийский спутник, который понесет на своем борту японскую лабораторию  с оборудованием для выращивания растений. Проработает спутник на высоте около 500 км более недели.
http://insidejapantours.com/japan-news/736/japan-and-india-to-launch-space-algae-research/
ЦитатаFriday, 12th June 2009
In General Japan News,
Japan and India to launch space algae research
The Japanese and Indian space agencies have announced that they are to collaborate on a new project to research photosynthesis in space.

Noriaki Ishioka, a professor from the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), told AFP that JAXA and the Indian Space Research Organisation will be sending an unmanned satellite into space in October.

The objective of the mission will be to try and grow the algae spirulina aboard the satellite to study how the conditions affect growth, with the ultimate intention of using the data to inform future "space farming" projects.

Professor Ishioka said: "We will retrieve the satellite after a week or so and conduct genetic examinations on how the zero-gravity environment affects photosynthesis."

Earlier this week, another Japanese space project came to a dramatic conclusion when the Kaguya lunar orbiter completed its research mission with a crash-landing on the moon
Значит SRE-II запланирован на середину октября.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: carlos от 13.06.2009 19:45:33
Океансат-1 - конец июля-начало августа 2009 года:
ЦитатаThe Indian Space Research Organisation plans to launch its indigenously built satellite 'Ocean Sat' on Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle by July-August, ISRO Chairman G Madhavan Nair said here on Friday.

"It will be a unique mission and the satellite would enable us to study the sea surface, wind and also track down the fishing zones," Mr. Nair told reporters on the sidelines of a national seminar on 'Aerospace Expanding Frontiers-Technologies and Challenges' here.

"We are planning the mission by July end or early August from the launch pad in Sriharikota," he said.
http://www.thehindu.com/holnus/008200906121521.htm
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.06.2009 21:26:07
Спасибо! Изменения внёс. :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.06.2009 17:35:13
Цитатаhttp://www.rian.ru/science/20090626/175517659.html
ЦитатаПрограмма российско-индийской лунной миссии готова

 ISRO
15:00 26/06/2009

НЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 26 июн - РИА Новости, Евгений Безека. Индийская организация космических исследований (ИСРО) совместно с российскими учеными подготовила программу лунной миссии "Чандраян-2", сказал в интервью РИА Новости председатель ИСРО Мадхаван Наир.

"Заключено соглашение о совместной осуществлении лунной миссии, готова программа полета", - отметил он.

"Чандраян-2" - это вторая индийская миссия на Луну, которая предусматривает вывод космического аппарата на окололунную орбиту с последующим отделением от него и прилунением лунохода, который наряду с посадочным модулем построит российская сторона. Первый индийский лунный зонд "Чандраян-1" стартовал с космодрома Шрихарикота в октябре 2008 года и уже девятый месяц работает на орбите: фотографирует поверхность, анализирует ее химический состав.

Как сообщил Наир, удостоенный за успешное осуществление первой лунной миссии высшей гражданской индийской награды - Ордена лотоса первой степени, запуск запланирован на 2011-2012 год.

Для вывода в космос "Чандраяна-2" Индия создает новую ракету-носитель - GSLV-Mark III, которая впервые будет запущена в 2010-11 году, сказал Наир.

Молодежный спутник

Запуск "молодежного" спутника YouthSat, приборы для которого еще год назад изготовили и отправили в Индию студенты МГУ, снова откладывается, сказал Наир.

"Запуск YouthSat запланирован вместе со спутником Resourcesat-2 на третий квартал 2009 года", - отметил он.

Решение о реализации российско-индийского спутникового проекта было принято в январе 2007 года в ходе визита Владимира Путина в Индию. Этот проект направлен на развитие контактов между молодежью двух стран. Индийскую молодежь представляют студенты Университета штата Андхра-Прадеш, которым предстоит проанализировать полученные спутником сведения; российскую - студенты МГУ, собравшие "техническую начинку" спутника.

Запуск спутника первоначально планировался на 2008 год, так как он был объявлен Годом России в Индии. Однако, из-за нехватки места на ракетах запуск несколько раз переносился.

Индийский конкурент Google Earth

Наир отметил, что в настоящее время идет тестирование индийской версии популярного картографического интернет-сервиса Google Earth под названием "Бхуван".

"Сейчас "Бхуван" тестируют и оценивают его работу", - сказал он.

По его словам, на интернет-портале "Бхуван" будут доступны двухмерные и трехмерные данные со спутников дистанционного зондирования и для создания на их основе стереоскопических изображений.

Сотрудничество

Наир назвал Россию давним партнером Индии в области освоения космоса и отметил, что помимо пилотируемого запуска в 2015 году и других программ, ИСРО готово к сотрудничеству и в новых областях.

"Индия хотела бы и далее укреплять сотрудничество в упомянутых областях, в также расширить его за счет разработки дешевых многоразовых средств для полетов в космос", - сказал он.

Полную версию интервью читайте на сайте РИА Новости.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.07.2009 16:37:30
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.390
Цитата
Цитата
Цитата07/01/2009 10:04 AM
http://www.samaylive.com/news/india-to-launch-ocean-monitoring-satellite-in-august/637255.html
Note that the number of nanosats has increased to six. According to Xinhua, the additional spacecraft are a pair of Rubin satellites, designated Rubin 9.1 and 9.2
Confirmation on Rubin 9.1 and 9.2
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/11146/european-flavour-indias-oceansat-2.html
Thanks GW...
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/11146/european-flavour-indias-oceansat-2.html
ЦитатаEuropean flavour to India's Oceansat-2 August launch
Bangalore, PTI:

India's indigenous Oceansat-2 satellite will be launched next month from Sriharikota spaceport on the east coast and will also carry a set of six nano satellites, all of European origin.

Besides Rubin 9.1 and Rubin 9.2 nano satellites from Germany, the four cubesats lined up for the mission on board India's workhorse rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle are: Beesat, built by Technical University Berlin, UWE-2 (University of Wuerzburg Germany), ITU-pSat (Istanbul Technical University Turkey) and SwissCube-1 (Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne, Switzerland).

Oceansat-2 weighing around 970 kg, is an in-orbit replacement to Oceansat-1, which has completed 10 years of service, ISRO Spokesperson S Satish said.
"It (Oceansat-2) will carry an OCM (Ocean Colour Monitor) and a Ku-band pencil beam Scatterometer. In addition, it will carry Radio Occultation Sounder for Atomospheric studies (ROSA), developed by the Italian Space Agency (ASI)," he said.

Oceansat-2 would help identify potential fishing zones, assist in coastal zone studies and significantly enhance expertise in understanding surface temperature and winds.
"Earlier, we had launched Oceansat (Oceansat-1) which essentially could look at (only) the colour of the ocean. Now, colour alone is not sufficient, we should look at the temperature and surface winds and so on," ISRO Chairman G Madhavan Nair said.

"This Oceansat (Oceansat-2) will have such space for looking at the surface winds and temperature and all those things. It will be a very comprehensive system," Nair said.
ISRO officials said the Scatterometer is an active microwave radar operating at 13.515 GHz in Ku-band with a ground resolution cell of 50 KM x 50 KM. It is expected to provide the wind vector range of four to 24 metres/second with better than 20 per cent accuracy in speed and 20 deg. in wind direction.

The OCM payload with 360 metres spatial resolution and a swath of 1420 KM, with eight narrow spectral bands is similar to Oceansat-1 OCM, but with appropriate spectral bandwidth modifications based on the experience gained. The Spectral bands are modified for Band-6 and Band-7 to improve the reflectance from suspended sediments and to avoid Oxygen absorption. OCM provides a two day repetitivity coverage of the world.
Considering that Oceansat-2 is a continuity mission to the earlier Oceansat-1, the same polar sun-synchronous orbit of 720 KM has been retained.
ROSA payload is a dual channel GPS receiver with two antennas and a receiver package. The Radio-Occultation antenna looking along the satellite velocity vector receives signals from the 'rising' GPS satellites near the earth horizon. These signals get refracted by the atmosphere and from the bending angle, the temperature and humidity profiles are derived, ISRO officials said.
http://www.samaylive.com/news/india-to-launch-ocean-monitoring-satellite-in-august/637255.html
ЦитатаIndia to launch ocean monitoring satellite in August

(Source: IANS)
Published: Wed, 01 Jul 2009 at 14:05 IST
New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up for the launch of its second ocean monitoring satellite in August, along with six European nano satellites as piggy back luggage.

"The 952 kg OCEANSAT-2 is envisaged as in-orbit replacement to OCEANSAT-1 and will be injected by the stripped down or core alone version of ISRO's workhorse rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C14) in the same polar sun-synchronous orbit of 720 km," S. Satish, ISRO's director (Publications and Public Relations), told IANS from Bangalore over phone.

According to him, the intended orbit, combined with the wide swath of the satellite's footprint, will enable observation of the same area of the ocean every two days.

OCEANSAT-2 will be used for identification of potential fishing zones, sea state forecasting, coastal zone studies, weather forecasting and climate studies.

Apart from the ISRO-developed Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM) and a Ku-band pencil beam Scatterometer, the satellite will also have a Radio Occultation sounder for Atmospheric Studies (ROSA), developed by the Italian Space Agency.

The Scatterometer with a ground resolution of 50km x 50km is expected to provide accurate information on wind speed and direction.

The eight-band OCM with 360 metres spatial resolution and a swath of 1,420 km will provide information about the same area every two days.

According to Satish, the rocket will blast off from the first launch pad at ISRO's rocket launch centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh near here.

The designed life span of OCEANSAT-2 will be five years but the actual usage may go beyond that as happened with OCEANSAT-1, which was launched in 1999 but is still working.

ISRO will not decommission OCEANSAT-1. The satellite will go into oblivion once its components start dying.

Piggy backing on OCEANSAT-2 will be six nano satellites from Europe, together weighing 25 kg.

This will be the second time that ISRO will launch a cluster of nano satellites. In 2008 ISRO - launching its cartography satellite (CARTOSAT-2A) and Indian Mini Satellite (IMS-1) - also sent up eight nano satellites and set a world record of maximum number of satellites sent up in a single launch.

After this ISRO plans to send into orbit a heavier communication satellite GSAT-4 in September or October through another rocket, the Geo Synchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV).

GSAT-4 will carry a multi-beam Ka-band bent pipe and regenerative transponder and navigation payload in C, L1 and L5 bands. The satellite can guide civil and military aircraft.

GSAT-4 will also carry a scientific payload, TAUVEX, comprising three ultra violet band telescopes developed by Tel Aviv University and Israel space agency (ELOP) for surveying a large part of the sky in the 1400-3200 A wavelengths.

(Venkatachari Jagannathan can be contacted at v.jagannathan@ians.in)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.07.2009 17:03:17
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
Цитата2009 Period    Orbit    Vehicle    Slots available for:

end of July/early August     ~ 720km Sun Synchronous, 12:00am LTDN    PSLV    ISILaunch01 Campaign ongoing

3rd quarter    ~ 635km Sun Synchronous   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats

4th Quarter    ~ 817km Sun Synchronous, 10:30am LTDN   PSLV
CubeSats, Nanosats

4th Q'09 / 1st Q'10    ~ 600-700km Sun Synchronous, 10:15am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

2010

1st/2nd quarter   ~ 500-700km Sun Sychronous, 11:30 LTAN    Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

1st/2nd quarter   ~ 820km, 20° inclination   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

2nd/3rd quarter    ~ 700km Sun Synchronous (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

4th quarter    ~ 450-500km, ~ 65° inclination   Russian   CubeSats, 50kg + 200kg slot

4th quarter    ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats

1st/2nd quarter   ~ 540/820km Sun Sychronous   Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
            

2011

1st quarter   ~ 600-800km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   Microsats, NanoSats (CubeSats TBC)

2nd/3rd quarter   LEO, TBC   US Launcher   NanoSats, CubeSats
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.07.2009 17:14:20
Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ


Планирующиеся пуски

2009
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
август - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2 - PSLV C14 - ПО
август-сентябрь - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT , CubeSats - PSLV-C15 - ПО
сентябрь-октябрь - GSAT-4, TAUVEX - GSLV-D3 (Mk.2) - ПО
октябрь - SRE-2 - PSLV-C16 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
август-сентябрь или первый квартал 2010 - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-6(ПО) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-7(ПО) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2010
первый квартал 2010 - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
первое полугодие - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первое полугодие - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - ASTROSAT- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО (или 2011) - ПО - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
ПО - TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ADITYA - ПО - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

2013
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Изменения от 2 июля
Изменения от 7 июля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: carlos от 05.07.2009 19:06:00
Чандраян-2 предварительно планируется на 2013 год.
http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?a=jhetknaijjj&title=Chandrayaan_II_to_be_launched_by_2013
http://www.hindu.com/2009/07/05/stories/2009070556691600.htm
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.07.2009 17:33:28
Спасибо, изменения внёс.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.07.2009 02:21:37
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.390
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #402 on: Today at 09:06 AM »   

My attempt at a tentative partial launch schedule:

2009

August - PSLV-C14 - Oceansat-2 + 6 nanosats (UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2)
October - GSLV Mk-2 G-Sat 4 +Tauvex-2 + Gagan (=GPS augmentation)
November/December- PSLV-C15 - Resourcesat-2 + Youthsat

2010

PSLV-C16 - SRE-2
PSLV-C13 - RISAT-1
PSLV  Megha-Tropiques
GSLV MkII - GSAT-5 (Insat-4D)
GSLV MkII - GSAT-6 (Insat-4E)
PSLV - IRNSS-1
PSLV - IRNSS-2
ARIANE-5- GSAT-8 (Insat-4G) + Gagan


2011

GSLV - GSAT-9 + Gagan
GSLV MkIII -  GSAT-11
GSLV - Insat 3D
PSLV - AstroSat-1
PSLV - IRNSS

2012

GSLV- GSAT-7 (Insat-4F)
GSLV - GSAT-10
PSLV - Resourcesat-3
PSLV - IRNSS
PSLV - Cartosat-3

2013

GSLV MkIII  - Chandrayaan-2

2015

GSLV - Manned Mission
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: frigate от 26.07.2009 23:31:47
ЦитатаOctober - GSLV Mk-2 G-Sat 4 +Tauvex-2 + Gagan (=GPS augmentation)
Внимание вопрос - полетит с российским 15КРБ или с "самостийной" криогенной 3-й ступенью?
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.07.2009 16:29:48
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.390
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #402 on: 07/26/2009 09:06 AM »   

My attempt at a tentative partial launch schedule:

2009

01 - April 20 (0115UTC) - PSLV-C12 (PSLV-CA) - (second launch pad) - RISAT-2; ANUSAT

Sept 5 - PSLV-C14 - Oceansat-2 + 6 nanosats (UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2)
December - GSLV Mk-2 (D3) G-Sat 4 (includes Tauvex-2 and Gagan (=GPS augmentation))

2010

Q1- PSLV-C15 - Resourcesat-2 + Youthsat
PSLV-C16 - SRE-2 + Cartosat-2B
PSLV-C13 - RISAT-1
March/April - PSLV  Megha-Tropiques
GSLV MkII - GSAT-5 (Insat-4D)
GSLV MkII - GSAT-6 (Insat-4E)
PSLV - IRNSS-1
PSLV - IRNSS-2
H2 - ARIANE-5- GSAT-8 (Insat-4G) (includes Gagan)


2011

GSLV - GSAT-9 (includes Gagan)
GSLV MkIII -  GSAT-11
GSLV - Insat 3D
PSLV - AstroSat-1
PSLV - IRNSS

2012

GSLV- GSAT-7 (Insat-4F)
GSLV - GSAT-10
GSLV - GSAT-12 (includes Gagan)
PSLV - Resourcesat-3
PSLV - IRNSS
PSLV - Cartosat-3

2013

GSLV MkIII  - Chandrayaan-2

2015

GSLV - Manned Mission
(http://www.isro.org/rep2009/images/mission-profile.jpg)

Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ


Планирующиеся пуски

2009
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
23 сентября  - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2 - PSLV C14 - 10:51 ЛМВ
декабрь - GSAT-4, TAUVEX - GSLV-D3 (Mk.2) - ПО


2010
первый квартал - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT , CubeSats - PSLV-C15 - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, Cartosat-2B - PSLV-C16 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
Март-апрель - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первое полугодие - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО  
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G) - ARIANE-5 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
первый квартал 2010 - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2A, ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО
ПО - TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО  
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
RLV-TD

2012
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
RLV-TD

2013
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО (или 2014) - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Пилотируемый полёт

Изменения от 29 июля
Изменения от 31 июля
Изменения от 15 августа.
Изменения от 31 августа.
Изменения от 8 сентября.
Изменения от 13 сентября
Изменения от 23 сентября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.07.2009 12:00:55
http://mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=broadcast&broadcastid=137858[/url]
ЦитатаBangalore, July 29 (IANS) The technology safeguard agreement (TSA) signed recently paves the way for India to launch US-made satellites from its spaceport at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, a top space agency official said Wednesday.

"Space cooperation with the US has been high on the government agenda. We have negotiated and signed the TSA with the US State Department to enable us launch US-made satellites and satellites carrying US components on commercial terms," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman G. Madhavan Nair told IANS here.

The TSA was signed July 20 in the presence of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna in New Delhi.

Prior to the agreement, users of non-commercial satellites had to wait for clearance by the US administration case-by-case.

"The TSA will smoothen the arrangement now. The satellites will be brought to India and we will provide the launch services on mutually agreeable commercial terms," Nair said on the margins of a launch event.

Antrix, the Rs. 10-billion commercial and marketing arm of the space agency, will enter into commercial terms with users for launching their satellites.



In the non-commercial satellite space, users in diverse areas will be able to put medium to lightweight satellites in lower orbits for various applications.

ISRO can launch such spacecraft as a piggyback onboard its polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) and geo-synchronous satellite vehicle (GSLV).

Though the TSA creates opportunities for the Indian space agency to get more foreign non-commercial satellites for launch from its spaceport, the proposed commercial space launch agreement (CSLA) with the US government will enable India compete in the international market for launching heavy commercial satellites.

"Heavy commercial satellites also could be considered on a case-by-case once we have the CSLA in place," Nair pointed out.

Official sources hinted that the CSLA would be signed during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visit to Washington in November.

The state-run ISRO has two launch pads at Sriharikota, about 90 km north of Chennai, for putting communication and remote-sensing satellites in polar and geo-synchronous orbits on board PSLV or GSLV.

Allaying fears of global meltdown impacting space industry, Nair said the demand for communications, direct-to-home services, earth observation and scientific experiments had remained steady.

"We are finding that demand for communications, broadcasting and remote-sensing satellites or transponders is going (steady) much more than we have anticipated. Our target is how to bridge the demand-supply gap by putting more resources," Nair noted.

ISRO plans to increase the number of launches per year making optimal utilisation of resources available at its spaceport.

"We have increased the number of launches from hardly one to three or four every year. We have already launched two satellites this year and two more, Ocenasat and GSAT-4, are due by this year-end."

Clarifying that there was no end-user agreement with the US in space cooperation, Nair said half of ISRO's centres were not under the US sanctions anymore though some of them are still under the entity list requiring clearance by the US Commerce Department for using technologies and products manufactured by American firms.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.07.2009 12:05:48
http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/000200907291722.htm
ЦитатаReview of Chandrayaan's future in September: Nair

Staff Reporter

Bangalore: India's lunar probe Chandrayaan-I, which suffered a set back after its star sensors failed, will be subject to a review in September to analyse the space craft's functioning and its future, G. Madhavan Nair, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation has said.

The space craft is "doing fine" as is evident from the pictures taken recently by the Terrain Mapping Camera on board, he told reporters on Wednesday after launching an "Integrated GIS and Image Processing Software" (IGIS) developed by ISRO, Antrix corporation and Scanpoint Geomatics Ltd.

TSA

When asked about the benefits of the new Technology Safeguards Agreement (TSA) with the United States, he said that the agreement would smoothen launching of US satellites, or satellites with US components, from India. "Satellites will be brought here and we will provide launch services on mutually agreeable commercial terms." While India earlier needed clearance from the US government case by case, TSA enables ISRO to directly deal with the user, he added.

Final tests are underway for Oceansat II - envisaged to assist in sea state forecasting, coastal zone studies and provide inputs for climatic studies - and the launch is likely to take place in the first week of September. The satellite will be launched by a PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle).

GSLV Mark II

It has taken "longer than expected" to develop the cryogenic phase of launch vehicle GSLV Mark II, which is scheduled to launch communications satellite GSAT 4 later this year, said Mr. Nair. The final tests of the indigenously developed cryogenic engine are taking place now at Mahindragiri in Tamil Nadu and the launch vehicle will go to Sriharikota end of August. GSAT 11 which aims at providing advanced telecom services will be launched in three years, said Mr. Nair.

The IGIS package launched here allows users to visualise and manipulate the spatial data geographically and to create maps and images. It also provides tools needed to place the data on a map, display it in an effective manner and create interactive displays that link reports, graphs, tables, imagery and other elements to the data.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.08.2009 12:20:19
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/india-to-launch-ocean-satellite-in-second-halfnext-month/70561/on
ЦитатаPress Trust of India / Bangalore August 12, 2009, 12:30 IST

India would, by the second-half of September, launch Oceansat-2 into the space, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman G Madhavan Nair said.    
           
The integration of the spacecraft, Oceansat-2, designed to identify potential fishing zones, assist in sea state forecasting and coastal zone studies and provide inputs for weather forecasting and climate studies, has been completed, Nair told reporters.    

"The thermovat test is over and right now, vibration and other tests are progressing. I hope that in next 15 days we would be able to move it to Sriharikota -- the spaceport in Andhra Pradesh from where it would be launched, the ISRO chief said adding we hope that by second half of September we should be able to make this launch.    

Oceansat-2 is in-orbit replacement to Oceansat-1, launched by the space agency in May 1999 to study physical and biological aspects of oceanography. It would blast off on board India's home grown workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from Sriharikota on the East coast.    

The spacecraft would carry an Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM) and a Ku-band pencil beam Scatterometer for the first time, besides a Radio Occultation Sounder for Atmospheric Studies (ROSA), developed by the Italian Space Agency - ASI.    

The Scatterometer with a ground resolution cell of 50 kms x 50 kms is expected to provide the wind vector range of four to 24 metres/second with better than 20 per cent accuracy in speed and 20 deg in wind direction.

"The Scatterometer is a very good instrument for getting surface wind on the sea. It again requires for sea state forecasting. And for maritime navigation, the wave height and disturbance is also important," Nair said.    

The eight-band OCM is similar to the one in Oceansat-I with appropriate spectral bandwidth modifications based on the experience gained. OCM, with 360 metres spatial resolution and a swath of 1,420 kms, would provide a two-day repeativity, he added.    

The rocket would also carry six nano satellites from Europe as piggybacks, Nair, also Secretary in the Department of Space, said .    

Considering that Oceansat-2 is a continuity mission to Oceansat-I, the same polar sun-synchronous orbit of 720 kms has been retained, he said adding data from Oceansat-1 was very widely used by fishermen.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.08.2009 12:28:55
http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=ISRO+to+put+Algerian+satellites+in+orbit+by+2010&artid=q1ZPJd1JbVk=&SectionID=Qz/kHVp9tEs=&MainSectionID=wIcBMLGbUJI=&SectionName=UOaHCPTTmuP3XGzZRCAUTQ==&SEO=
ЦитатаISRO to put Algerian satellites in orbit by 2010  

Express News Service
First Published : 14 Aug 2009 04:03:00 AM IST
Last Updated : 14 Aug 2009 04:05:43 AM IST

BANGALORE: With the US clearing the decks for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to launch Algerian Satellites with American components, the space agency is planning to put the satellites in orbit by the end of 2009 or early 2010.

The clearance given to launch the Algerian satellites ALSAT-2A and ALSAT-2B -- which have US components on board an Indian space launch vehicle -- comes after the signing of the Technical Safe Guards Agreement (TSA) between the US and India during US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's recent visit to the country.

"Now that the clearance has been given, we plan to launch the Algerian satellites from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre by the end of the year or early next year if the weather permits," ISRO spokesperson S Satish.

He added that the space agency's main priority is to launch the Oceansat- 2 in September followed by the GSAT-4 onboard the GSLV in Octobe or November.

The TSA gives an opportunity for the launch of foreign built non-commercial satellite and not the heavy commercial ones which will require India and the US to sign the commercial space launch agreement (CSLA) which is likely to be signed between India and the US during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh visit to Washington next month.

ISRO will also launch the Swiss Cube, a mini satellite built by Swiss students later this year; which will be launched by PSLV. The project manager of the Satellite project Muriel Noca along with the Swiss Astronaut Prof Claude Nicollier are currently touring Indian cities, including Bangalore.

The primary objective of developing this satellite is to provide a dynamic and realistic learning environment for our staff in the development of small satellite technology, said Noca.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.08.2009 14:40:36
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-08/31/content_11972334.htm
ЦитатаIndia Mars mission to be launched between 2013 and 2015

www.chinaview.cn  2009-08-31 16:43:12    

    NEW DELHI, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- A day after its lunar mission was abandoned, India's state-run space agency Monday said that it will launch its first mission to Mars sometime between 2013 and 2015.
    "We have given a call for proposal to different scientific communities. Depending on the type of experiments they propose, we will be able to plan the mission. The mission is at conceptual stage and will be taken up after Chandrayaan-2. Once in two years you get an opportunity for the mission," Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman G. Madhavan Nair told local media in Panaji, capital of the western state of Goa.

    India Sunday formally called off the Chandrayaan-1 moon mission, with the ISRO losing its radio contact with the craft.

    "There was no possibility of retrieving it. (But) it was a great success. We could collect a large volume of data, including more than 70,000 images of the moon. In that sense, 95 percent of the objective was completed," Nair said when announcing the formal abandoning of the mission.

Editor: Zhang Xiang
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.08.2009 15:07:43
http://cybersecurity.ru/space/77261.html
ЦитатаИндия отправит аппарат к Марсу в 2013-2015 годах
(13:51) 31.08.2009

Индийская организация космических исследований (ISRO) сегодня сообщила о том, что Индия намерена в период с 2013 по 2015 годы отправить собственный аппарат к Марсу. "Сейчас мы выдаем запрос на научное обоснование проекта различным научным сообществам. В зависимости от того, что будет предложено, мы и будем планировать миссию", - говорит глава организации Мадхаван Наир.

Концептуально, марсианская миссия будет базироваться на результатах лунных полетов аппаратов Чандраян-1 и Чандраян-2.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.09.2009 23:28:28
ЦитатаSalo пишет:
 http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/india-to-launch-ocean-watching-satellite-this-month_100243901.html
ЦитатаIndia to launch ocean-watching satellite this month
September 7th, 2009 - 3:01 pm ICT by IANS  -  

Chennai, Sep 7 (IANS) Some time between Sep 20 and 25, India will launch a specialised satellite to watch over the Indian Ocean, an official of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said Monday.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.09.2009 02:47:05
http://www.hindu.com/2009/09/13/stories/2009091360321100.htm
ЦитатаLaunch campaign apace for lift-off of PSLV-C14

T.S. Subramanian
Launch most likely on September 23
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.09.2009 23:01:18
http://www.samaylive.com/news/isro-preparing-for-gsat-4-launch-in-two-months/657557.html
ЦитатаISRO preparing for GSAT 4 launch in two months

(Source: IANS)
Published: Sat, 19 Sep 2009 at 16:04 IST
: While the preparations for launch of India's ocean monitoring satellite Oceansat 2 and six other nano satellites Sep 23 is on, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is getting ready for the bigger launch slated in the next two months -- that of the communications satellite GSAT 4.

Speaking to IANS over phone from ISRO's launch centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, M.Y.S. Prasad, associate director, Satish Dhawan Space Centre said: "Preparations are already on for the launch of GSAT 4 -- the communication satellite using the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). The rocket assembling process has started."

The first stage of GSLV with four strap-on motors has been assembled and assembling of the second stage is to start soon.

The third stage -- cryogenic stage -- will come from ISRO's Thiruvananthapuram facility, he said.

"GSLV will blast off from the second launch pad with its third stage fitted with an India built cryogenic engine thereby making the country absolutely self reliant in building the bigger rocket," S. Sathish, ISRO's director of publications and public relations, told IANS over phone from Bangalore.

For all the five earlier GSLV missions, ISRO had used Russian cryogenic engines.

Last December, the indigenously developed cryogenic upper stage engine passed the flight acceptance test with the engine tested for 200 seconds.

The development of cryogenic engines involves mastering materials technology, operating rotary pumps and turbines which run at 42,000 revolutions per minute (RPM).

Weighing around two tonnes, GSAT 4 will carry a multi-beam Ka-band bent pipe and regenerative transponder and navigation payload in C, L1 and L5 bands. The satellite can guide civil and military aircraft.

GSAT 4 will also carry a scientific payload, TAUVEX, comprising three ultra violet band telescopes developed by Tel Aviv University and Israel space agency (ELOP) for surveying a large part of the sky in the 1,400-3,200 A wavelengths.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.09.2009 13:13:38
Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ
2 - 23 сентября - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2 - PSLV C14 - 10:21 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2009
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
декабрь - GSAT-4, TAUVEX, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.2) - ПО
декабрь или январь 2010 - Cartosat-2B, SRE-2, Jugnu, STUDSAT - PSLV-C15 - ПО

2010
первый квартал - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT , CubeSats - PSLV-C16 -
ПО - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
Апрель - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, ALSAT-2A, ALSAT-2B, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первое полугодие - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

ПО - NLS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО
ПО - TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
RLV-TD

2012
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
RLV-TD
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

2013
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО (или 2014) - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Пилотируемый полёт

Изменения от 23 сентября
Изменения от 24 сентября
Изменения от 3 октября
Изменения от 26 октября
Изменения от 16 ноября
Изменения от 1 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.09.2009 10:59:43
http://beta.thehindu.com/news/national/article24124.ece?homepage=true
ЦитатаSRIHARIKOTA, September 23, 2009
Challenges ahead for ISRO
T. S. Subramanian

Although the PSLV-C14 mission on Wednesday was a success proving the vehicle's maturity again, there were challenges ahead for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), according to K. Radhakrishnan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram. These included launching a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D3) with an indigenous cryogenic stage from Sriharikota in December 2009 and the PSLV-C15 ahead of December.

The GSLV-D3's launch would be "a landmark in indigenous technology," Dr. Radhakrishnan said. It would put a communication satellite called GSAT-4 in orbit. The first stage of the GSLV-D3 had already moved to Sriharikota. Its indigenous cryogenic stage would undergo tests at the Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at Mahendragiri in Tamil Nadu. Then it would be moved to Sriharikota and integrated with the other stages, and the flight would take place in December. The PSLV-C15 would put Cartosat-2B in orbit.

On reports about NASA's Moon Mineralogy Mapper on board Chandrayaan-1 locating water ice on the moon, ISRO Chairman, G. Madhavan Nair, said, "I cannot confirm at the moment. May be, at the end of the week, I will let you know." He said the Moon Mineralogy Mapper had covered 97 per cent of the moon's surface.

Asked how the ISRO had underestimated the radiation levels in the moon's environment which had baked Chandrayaan-1's components and led to the spacecraft's premature death, Mr. Madhavan Nair asserted that the ISRO was "100 per cent satisfied with the mission's objectives." Chandrayaan-1 had performed as per its design. There were hostile factors in the space above the moon. Radiation levels were high. There were charged particles. So the power monitors on board Chandrayaan-1 were affected. The inputs from this mission would be kept in mind when ISRO sent more spacecraft to the moon.

He called Chandrayaan-1 "a dead object going round the moon." It would slowly come down over a period of 1000 days and then crash on the moon.

ISRO had completed the preliminary design of Chandrayaan-2, which would boast of a lander-cum-rover. The rover would go about on the moon and pick up lunar samples, which would be analysed in situ. The launch of Chandrayaan-2 would take place in 2012-13, Mr. Madhavan Nair said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.10.2009 04:18:35
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/in-dec-iitks-little-jugnu-to-find-its-place-in-sky/458963/
ЦитатаIn Dec, IIT-K's little Jugnu to find its place in sky
Kautilya Singh

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has finally given the green signal for the launch of the Nano satellite Jugnu -- the dream project of the Indian Institute of Technology-Kanpur (IIT-K).

The nod comes after a second design review was presented by the IIT-K authorities. The satellite will be launched in the Polar Orbit from Sriharikota in December 2009.

Sanjay Govind Dhande, the Director of IIT-K, said: "Though the Memorandum of Understanding between ISRO and IIT-K for the project was signed in February, regular review sessions are being carried out by ISRO to check the progress of the ambitious project."

The first review session of the Nano was carried out by ISRO in April. "On Tuesday, our technical team working on the project apprised the ISRO authorities through video conferencing about the Release Mechanism and Antenna Mechanism," said Dhande.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.10.2009 04:34:26
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Studsat_Satellite
http://www.bangaloremirror.com/index.aspx?page=article§id=1&contentid=200908102009081001271139076268d77
http://educationmaster.org/news/young-geniuses-creating-india's-smallest-satellite.html
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/news/city/bangalore/Engg-students-creating-Indias-smallest-satellite/articleshow/4883654.cms
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.10.2009 08:09:06
http://www.ptinews.com/news/342675_Navy-to-get-dedicated-communication-satellite-next-year
ЦитатаNavy to get dedicated communication satellite
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STAFF WRITER 17:58 HRS IST

New Delhi, Oct 22 (PTI) Navy will get a dedicated satellite for making its communication robust and secure and to also propel its network-centric operations and connectivity at sea, Defence Minister A K Antony said today.

"The Navy's efforts towards network centric operations and leveraging information technology are laudable.

The launch of the Naval Communication Satellite next year will significantly improve connectivity at sea," Antony said, inaugurating the the Navy Senior Officers Conference here.

The satellite, being built by ISRO, would be on a geo-stationary orbit and would provide an overview of about 600 to 1,000 nautical miles of the Indian Ocean Region (IOR), which India considers to be its primary area of responsibility in terms of maritime security.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.11.2009 00:57:01
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/india-set-to-join-exclusive-cryogenic-club_100266237.html
ЦитатаIndia set to join exclusive cryogenic club
October 27th, 2009 - 2:31 pm ICT by IANS  -  

By Venkatachari Jagannathan
Chennai, Oct 27 (IANS) After its maiden moon mission, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is hoping to cross another milestone in December - take India into the exclusive club of countries that have developed their own cryogenic engines to power satellites in space.

ISRO is hoping to end 2009 in style with the take-off of its fully indigenous geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) carrying an experimental satellite GSAT 4 in mid-December.

The GSLV-D3 will have an indigenously built cryogenic engine that will be used for the first time in the rocket's upper stage. The GSLV-D3 is slated to be launched from ISRO's spaceport Sriharikota, about 80 km northeast of Chennai, to carry the GSAT-4 communication satellite into a geo-stationary orbit, about 36,000 km above the earth. The 49-metre-tall rocket will have a lift-off weight of 414 tonnes.

Only a few countries like the US, Russia, France, Japan and China have developed their own cryogenic engines and India is expected to join this club.

For all the five earlier GSLV missions, ISRO had used Russian cryogenic engines.

"The cryogenic engine reached Sriharikota early this month from ISRO's facility in Mahendragiri in Tamil Nadu. The GSAT 4 communication satellite is expected to reach here by the middle of next month. Final tests are being done at Bangalore where it was built," M.Y.S. Prasad, associate director, Satish Dhawan Space Centre, told IANS on phone from ISRO's launch centre at Sriharikota.

He said the physical inspection of the cryogenic stage is on and the engine's sensors are to be calibrated. It will be fuelled by liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen.

While GSLVs with Russian cryogenic engines have been designated as operational rockets after two developmental flights, the one that will go up in December is called 'developmental flight 32 (GSLV D3) as it will be fired by the ISRO-developed cryogenic engine.

The last GSLV went up on Sep 2, 2007, carrying the 2,130 kg INSAT-4CR satellite.

Speaking about how far the three-stage rocket had been assembled, Prasad said: "The first stage -- solid fuel booster and four strap-on motors -- has been assembled. The assembly of the second stage liquid engine is under progress and will be over in one and a half weeks. The last stage is the cryogenic stage."

Last December, the indigenously developed cryogenic upper stage engine passed the flight acceptance test with the engine tested for 200 seconds.

The development of cryogenic engines involves mastering materials technology, operating rotary pumps and turbines which run at 42,000 revolutions per minute (RPM).

The development of a cryogenic engine is crucial for ISRO to build more powerful GSLV rockets that can carry four-tonne satellites.

Further, ISRO is lagging behind in launching its GSAT series for want of a cryogenic engine. GSAT 4 was supposed to have gone up two years back.

Weighing around two tonnes, GSAT 4 will carry a multi-beam Ka-band bent pipe and regenerative transponder and navigation payload in C, L1 and L5 bands. The satellite can guide civil and military aircraft.

GSAT 4 will also carry a scientific payload, TAUVEX, comprising three ultra violet band telescopes developed by Tel Aviv University and Israel space agency (ELOP) for surveying a large part of the sky in the 1,400-3,200 Angstrom wavelengths.

The GSLV rocket will place GSAT 4 in the geo transfer orbit (GTO) from where the satellite will be taken up to an altitude of 36,000 km and then positioned.

According to Prasad, ISRO is gearing up to launch six rockets per year and has created a huge liquid fuel storing facility for that purpose at Sriharikota.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.11.2009 03:03:42
http://www.spacenews.com/military/091113-ofeq-8-nearing-launch-ofeq-9-stalled.html
Цитата11/13/09 05:31 PM ET
 Israel has cooperative plans with India to build and launch a second synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellite, dubbed TecSAR-2, in late 2011.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.11.2009 21:38:54
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.450
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #454 on: 11/15/2009 12:44 PM »   

Tentative partial launch schedule:

2009
01 - April 20 (0115UTC) - PSLV-C12 (PSLV-CA) - (second launch pad) - RISAT-2; ANUSAT
02 - September 23 (0621UTC) - PSLV-C14 - Oceansat-2 + 6 nanosats (UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2)
 -
End December- GSLV Mk-2 (D3) GSat 4 (includes Tauvex-2 and Gagan (=GPS augmentation))

2010
Q1-PSLV-C15 - Cartosat-2B (+SRE-2?)
  - PSLV-C16(?) - Resourcesat-2 + Youthsat
  - PSLV-C13 - RISAT-1
March/April - PSLV  Megha-Tropiques
piggybacks: Alsat-2A, Alsat-2B
  -GSLV MkII - GSAT-5 (Insat-4D)
  -GSLV MkII - GSAT-6 (Insat-4E)
  -PSLV - IRNSS-1
  -PSLV - IRNSS-2
H2 - ARIANE-5- GSAT-8 (Insat-4G) (includes Gagan)
 -GSLV? - Navy Communications Satellite

2011
 - GSLV - GSAT-9
 - GSLV - Insat 3D
 - PSLV - AstroSat-1
 - PSLV - IRNSS
 -   ?    - GSAT-10 (includes Gagan back-up)
end - PSLV - TecSAR-2

2012
 - GSLV MkIII -  GSAT-11
 - GSLV- GSAT-7 (Insat-4F)
 - GSLV - GSAT-12 (includes Gagan)
 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3
 - PSLV - IRNSS
 - PSLV - Cartosat-3
 - PSLV - Oceansat-3

2013
 - GSLV MkIII  - Chandrayaan-2

2015
 - GSLV - Manned mission

after 2015
 - GSLV MkIII - Mars probe

« Last Edit: 11/15/2009 12:47 PM by input~2 »
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.12.2009 00:57:54
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/ISRO_Plans_36_Launches_During_11th_Plan_999.html
ЦитатаISRO Plans 36 Launches During 11th Plan

by Staff Writers
Thiruvananthapuram, India (PTI) Nov 30, 2009
ISRO is planning 36 launches during the 11th plan with more than six a year, a top space official said here today.

The expanding horizon of the Indian Space Programme, with more number of launches annually and missions like reusable launch vehicle on the anvil, calls for increased productivity with consistent quality and at a competitive cost, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Director P S Veeraraghavan said.

Partnership with aerospace Indian industries was likely to grow multifold with the expanding activities of Indian Space Programme and ISRO's foray into International Space market, Veeraghavan told a 'National Aerospace Manufacturing Seminar'.

Presently more than 500 small and medium industries partnered with ISRO, he said.

Stating that the aerospace industry faces tough challenges, he said it should adapt to advanced manufacturing methodologies to suit the design function flawlessly.

Source: Press Trust of India
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.12.2009 18:18:00
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/ISRO_To_Launch_8_Foreign_Satellites_999.html
ЦитатаISRO To Launch 8 Foreign Satellites

by Staff Writers
Bangalore, India (PTI) Dec 01, 2009
India's space agency has in its pipeline eight foreign satellites for launch and is scouting to acquire such spacecraft from abroad to expand capacity in the field of communication transponder back home.

"Today, we have eight (foreign) satellites to be launched. This will be launched over the next two-three years", Managing Director of Antrix Corporation, marketing arm of Bangalore headquartered Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), KR Sridhara Murthi, said.

These are a mix of small and bigger satellites, he said but declined to elaborate, noting that the space agency is yet to formally ink some of these contracts.

But one foreign satellite that is being readied for launch is a 150-kg one from Algeria, which is slated to be launched by home-grown Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle as a piggyback payload likely in April next year.

Sridhara Murthi said ISRO is looking for opportunities to acquire foreign satellites.

In fact, it, along with its global partners, recently unsuccessfully bid to acquire a satellite, which was put up for auctioning by a company facing bankruptcy, in the United States.

Intelsat won the bid with a price of USD 210 million.ISRO was ready to shell out USD 100 million for part of the capacity that it intended to use, Sridhara Murthi said.

ISRO's bold move is a sign of its growing confidence, he said.

ISRO has also started integrating Hylas spacecraft, a contract it jointly bagged with EADS-Astrium, and it would be delivered to the customer, UK-based Avanti Screenmedia, in June.

Under the contract, EADS-Astrium is the prime contractor in charge of overall programme management and would build the communications payload, while Antrix/ISRO would build the satellite with a lift-off mass of around 2.5 tonnes and power of 3.2 KW.

"This year we are producing a very sophisticated high definition television satellite (Hylas)-- probably for the first time in the world", he said.

ISRO is looking to further scale up the participation of industries in space projects and even mulling to outsource some research and development tasks to them.

"Nearly 400 industries take part in space programme today", he said, noting for example that industries now undertake 70 per cent of work on developing launch vehicles (rockets).

"So, when (Indian) rocket is a success, it's not merely ISRO which has to take credit, it is also a large number of industries which have to take credit", Sridhara Murthi said.

In addition, as of March this year, ISRO had transferred 289 technologies to modern industries for commercialisation and provided 270 technical consultancies in different disciplines of space technology.

ISRO endeavours to develop technologies with industries. "In the years to come, even for R and D tasks, ISRO will depend more and more on industries".

Sridhara Murthi also spoke about the profitability of space business. Antix today has an annual revenue of over Rs 1,000 crore.

"Each satellite can pay for itself including the cost of launching. If you take a communication satellite, probably we spend about Rs 300 crore to launch one satellite. But, typically, this can pay back Rs 800 crore to Rs 1,000 crore over a period of its life".

"If we look at the value chain of space activities, if we invest one rupee in space, there is ten rupee business on ground", he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.12.2009 18:03:11
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #459 on: 12/02/2009 01:02 PM »   

ISRO latest news (according regional newspaper - eenadu.net):
1. Propulsion reached Sriharikota for GSLV-D3. Plans to launch D3 in Jan'10
2. ISRO plans 6 launches per year

~ Prasad
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.12.2009 18:07:34
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.450
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #456 on: 11/16/2009 07:14 AM »   

Quote from: input~2 on 11/15/2009 12:44 PM
Tentative partial launch schedule:

Small updation:
1. Cartosat-3 is co passenger to Resourcesat-3

You can include few more as planned. Pls refer:
ISRO 11TH FIVE YEAR PLAN 2007-12 (http://planningcommission.nic.in/aboutus/committee/wrkgrp11/wg11_subspace.pdf)

Cheers
Prasad
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.12.2009 18:33:22
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.450
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #460 on: 12/02/2009 04:28 PM »   

Thanks Prasad, I have updated the list accordingly.

2009
01 - April 20 (0115UTC) - PSLV-C12 (PSLV-CA) - (second launch pad) - RISAT-2; ANUSAT
02 - September 23 (0621UTC) - PSLV-C14 - Oceansat-2 + 6 nanosats (UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2)

Tentative partial launch schedule:

2010
January- GSLV Mk-2 (D3) GSat 4 (includes Tauvex-2 and Gagan (=GPS augmentation))
Q1-PSLV-C15 - Cartosat-2B (+SRE-2?)
  - PSLV-C16(?) - Resourcesat-2 + Youthsat
  - PSLV-C13 - RISAT-1
March/April - PSLV  Megha-Tropiques
piggybacks: Alsat-2A, Alsat-2B
  -GSLV MkII - GSAT-5 (Insat-4D)
  -GSLV MkII - GSAT-6 (Insat-4E)
  -PSLV - IRNSS-1
  -PSLV - IRNSS-2
H2 - ARIANE-5- GSAT-8 (Insat-4G) (includes Gagan)
 -GSLV? - Navy Communications Satellite

2011
 - GSLV - GSAT-9
 - GSLV - Insat 3D
 - PSLV - AstroSat-1
 - PSLV - IRNSS
 -   ?    - GSAT-10 (includes Gagan back-up)
end - PSLV - TecSAR-2

2012
 - GSLV MkIII -  GSAT-11
 - GSLV- GSAT-7 (Insat-4F)
 - GSLV - GSAT-12 (includes Gagan)
 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3+ Cartosat-3
 - PSLV - IRNSS
 - PSLV - Oceansat-3
piggyback: Aditya

2013
 - GSLV MkIII  - Chandrayaan-2

2015
 - GSLV - Manned mission

after 2015
 - GSLV MkIII - Mars probe
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.12.2009 18:37:37
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
Цитата2009
Period    Orbit    Vehicle    Slots available for:
September     ~ 720km Sun Synchronous, 12:00am LTDN    PSLV    Campaign successfully completed

2010
1st quarter   ~ 635km Sun Synchronous   PSLV   
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 820km Sun Synchronous, 10:30am LTDN   PSLV   

2nd/3rd quarter   ~ 820km, 20° inclination (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
4th quarter   ~ 600-700km Sun Synchronous (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats

2011
1st quarter   ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, limited slots
Starting 1st Q   Very Low Earth Orbit (190/250 km)   Russian   CubeSats
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 540/820km Sun Sychronous   Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
1st half   ~ 600-800km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   Microsats, NanoSats
2nd half   ~ 450-500km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   CubeSats TBC
2nd/3rd quarter   LEO, orbit parameters TBC   US Launcher   NanoSats, CubeSats

2012
 1st quarter   ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, limited slots
1st half   ~ 600-800km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   Microsats, NanoSats
4th quarter   ~ 450-500km, ~ 65° inclination   Russian   CubeSats, 50kg + 200kg slot

For 2013 and onwards, new launch opportunities are already being discussed with launch service providers.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.12.2009 18:43:04
Состоявшиеся пуски:

2009
№ - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
1 - 20 апреля - RISAT 2, AnuSat - PSLV-C12 (CA) - 05:15 ЛМВ
2 - 23 сентября - OCEANSAT-2, UWE 2, SwissCube 1, BeeSat, ITU-pSat, Rubin 9.1, Rubin 9.2 - PSLV C14 - 10:21 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

февраль - GSAT-4, TAUVEX, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - ПО
первый квартал  - Cartosat-2B, SRE-2, Jugnu, STUDSAT - PSLV-C15 - ПО
первое полугодие - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT  - PSLV-C16 - ПО
первое полугодие - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года- MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
четвёртый квартал - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - X-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
первый квартал - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), CubeSats- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD  - ПО - ПО

2012
первый квртал - RESOURCESAT-3, CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD  - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО

2013
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО (или 2014) - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) -  GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Пилотируемый полёт

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 4 декабря
Изменения от 5 декабря
Изменения от 23 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.12.2009 20:04:44
http://beta.thehindu.com/sci-tech/article60656.ece?
ЦитатаASTROSAT all set to be launched next year: Madhavan Nair
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 THE HINDU

India's first science satellite ASTROSAT is all set to be launched next year, former chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation Dr. Madhavan Nair said here on Saturday.

One more satellite 'Aditya' to study Sun's coronal mass ejection (CME) will be launched in two years while the science mission to planet Mars by 2013, Nair said addressing a galaxy of scientists from India and abroad and the student community at the Grand Finale function of Bhabha Centenary celebrations which concluded on Saturday.

The multi-wavelength astronomy mission ASTROSAT on an Indian remote sensing satellite-class satellite in a 650-km, near-equatorial orbit will be launched next year, he said adding it will be launched by the Indian launch vehicle PSLV from the Sriharikota launch pad. The expected operating life time of the satellite will be five years.

`Adiyta' will be launched in next two years to study the properties of CMEs, which are gigantic bubbles of electrified gas that billow away from the Sun.

CME can carry as much as 10 billion tons of solar material and trigger spectacular geomagnetic storms if they hit Earth's magnetosphere.

CMEs, which usually travel at speeds between 500 and 1500 km per second, take 2 or 3 days to cross the 150 million km divide separating the Sun and Earth.

About India's Mars mission, Nair said various concepts about going to Mars and nearby objects are being looked into and it is at a conceptual stage right now.

"We have the capability and will be using geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) for launching the Mars mission," he said.

"The ISRO has begun the preparations for sending a spacecraft to Mars and discussions are thrown out to find what are the things we have explore in Martian atmosphere," he said.

Earlier this year Union Government sanctioned seed money of Rs. 10 crore for Mars project to carry out various studies on experiments to be conducted, route of the mission and other related details necessary to scale the new frontier.

About Chandraan II mission, he said "it is going to be one our flagship mission and is expected to be launched in 2013.Yesterday ISRO had conducted a review of the instrumentation required for the mission," he said.

"The design for Chandrayaan-II is ready which includes an orbiter, lander and rover which will be used to study the surface of the moon in detail including the moon magma," Mr. Nair said.

He also explained that last year, ISRO had sent to space a capsule which was recovered after keeping in orbit for 22 days. The Space Recovery Experiment (SRE) was seen as a technology demonstrator for future manned missions.

He also impressed upon the student community from various colleges that ISRO is also actively working on atmospheric science and developing a parallel local weather forecasting system which can predict weather in a specified locality before 72 hours.

ISRO is having a joint venture with France, the Megha-Tropiques Mission (MTM), to study the water cycle in the tropical atmosphere in the context of climate change, he added. It is a collaborative effort with the French Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.12.2009 22:20:18
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/launch_veh/20080901_antrix.html
ЦитатаISRO bags launch orders for Italian, Algerian satellites news   

01 September 2008   

Bangalore: Antrix Corp Ltd, the marketing arm of the Indian Space research Organisation (ISRO),  has bagged launch orders from Algeria and Italy for earth observation satellites that will be put into orbit next year by the agency's workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

The contract from the Algerian space agency is for the launch of its 200kg Alsat-2A, remote sensing satellite. For Antrix, this is the first ever contract from an African nation. Algeria retains the option to contract for the launch of a second satellite.

The Italian space agency Agenzia Spaziale Italiana, has contracted for the launch of its IMSAT satellite, which, incidentally will become the second satellite from this European country to be boosted into space by ISRO.  Earlier, in April 2007, ISRO launched the Agile, a 352kg scientific satellite for the same agency.

No financial details have been disclosed for these deals.

Along with the Algerian and Italian payloads, a 100kg satellite from Singapore's  Nanyang Technological University as well as the Cubesat, a three-satellite package from the Netherlands, would also piggyback on heavier Indian satellites, said KR Sridhara Murthi, managing director of Antrix.

Murthi also said his organisation was in talks with South African and Nigerian space agencies for contracting similar missions.  He also mentioned that Antrix was looking at ''bigger opportunities'' such as the launch of remote sensing satellites, with heavier payloads of around 800kg.

Thanks to the advantages that the PSLV offers, ISRO can carry satellites of up to 1,700kg into low-earth orbit at two-thirds the cost charged by firms such as International Launch Services, owned by Space Transport Inc. and two Russian organizations, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center and RSC Energia.

Low-earth orbit is the region above earth between 200km and 2,000km, ideal to place earth observation or remote sensing satellites.

ISRO has only recently entered the global satellite manufacturing and launch industry, which is expected to grow to $145 billion (Rs6.3 trillion) over 10 years to 2016, from $116 billion in the 10 years to 2006, according to Paris-based research firm Euroconsult
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.12.2009 22:27:35
http://www.pryroda.gov.ua/engine/print.php?newsid=1001104&news_page=1
ЦитатаИндийская корпорация Antrix анонсировала свои доходы от запуска спутников и планы на будущее

3 сентября 2008    
   Корпорация Antrix, коммерческое подразделение индийского космического агентства ISRO, объявила о том, что в текущем финансовом году ее доходы от запуска спутников выросли на 42% по сравнению с годом предыдущим и достигли уровня 9.4 млрд рупий (около 214 млн долларов). Помимо вывода на орбиту созданных в других странах спутников, Antrix активно занимается созданием ресурсных и коммуникационных КЛА по заказам иностранных компаний и организаций, а также поставкой данных с работающих на орбите индийских спутников серии IRS, что составляет около 10% доходов корпорации.

На австралийском рынке, например, эти данные вытесняют материалы Landsat в связи с проблемами, которые возникли с этим американским проектом. С российскими компаниями уже заключены контракты на общую сумму порядка 5 млн долларов на ежегодную поставку снимков со спутников серии IRS. В будущем году Antrix планирует вывести на орбиту алжирский ресурсный спутник Alsat-2A и итальянский спутник IMSAT (каждый из них весит 200 Кг), а также несколько собственных спутников.

Кроме того, активно идет работа над созданием ракеты-носителя GSLV-MkIII, которая будет способна выводить на орбиту полезный груз весом до 4 тонн. По планам ISRO, эта ракета будет готова к эксплуатации в ближайшие два года. Продолжается и совместная с EADS Astrium работа над созданием спутников W2M (по заказу консорциума Eutelsat) и HYLAS (по заказу британской фирмы Avanti Screen Media).
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.12.2009 23:27:29
http://space.skyrocket.de/index_frame.htm?http://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/x-sat.htm
ЦитатаX-Sat is a microsatellite technology demonstration mission of CREST (Centre for Research in Satellite Technologies). CREST, a joint venture of NTU (Nanyang Technological University) and DSO National Laboratories Singapore, was established for this project.

The objective of the X-SAT mission is to demonstrate technology in support of high-resolution imaging capabilities and to analyze and implement onboard parallel processing algorithms, thereby demonstrating improved mission achievements for generally downlink-limited small satellite imaging missions.

The purpose of X-Sat is
Earth observation and imaging for environmental applications such as monitoring of forest fires and ocean red tides, with a 10 m resolution multispectral (three spectral bands in the visible and near infrared spectrum) instrument as a primary payload.
satellite-based data acquisition/distribution and messaging using mobile terminals.

A launch agreement between Antrix Corporation (ISRO) and NTU for a launch as a piggy back payload on a was signed on Jan. 24, 2003.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.12.2009 17:49:32
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.465
Цитата
Цитата
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #472 on: Today at 04:31 AM »   

The launch of GSLV D3 is scheduled on Jan-20 as of NOW*

*(There's a debate going on regarding the cryogenic engine. In case of any issues, the launch may be postponed by months and PSLV launches preponed...I am not privy to the discussion but looks like it is regarding  the material used in building cryo stage...on whether it can withstand the heat and vibration)

Please do note that in case GSLV gets stranded, It will occupy SLP making ISRO use only FLP unless ISRO decides to move the vehicle out.
There are problems with both the GSLV booster and the GSAT-4 spacecraft. The cryogenic engines are not developing enough thrust and there are problems with the electronics of 2 payloads. They are opening the spacecraft up so the final vibration will not happen until the end of Jan which puts the launch in late Feb, at the earliest. They may also have to remove one payload to get the weight down.
This is means that Cryo is not up to the mark. Moreover reduction of pay load means more weight cant be put up which is not a good sign at all. First of all we should concentrate on perfect working of Cryo even if we have to compromise on marginal weight.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.01.2010 02:28:01
http://beta.thehindu.com/news/national/article73734.ece
ЦитатаGSLV, PSLV flights put off

The launch of the Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D3), scheduled for December 2009 from Sriharikota, has been postponed to March.

The GSLV-D3 will be powered by an indigenous cryogenic stage built for the first time by the Indian Space Research Organisation. It will put in orbit a communication satellite, GSAT-4, which is not ready either.

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), planned to be launched prior to the GSLV-D3 flight, has also been postponed. It will now take off in March to put in orbit Cartosat-2B; Alsat, a small satellite from Algeria; two nano-satellites from the University of Toronto, and another nano-satellite, Studsat (Students' satellite), built by several Indian universities. The Cartosat-2B, to be built by the ISRO Satellite Centre in Bangalore, is also not ready.

Decision in January

An authoritative ISRO official said: "We are going through the process of the review of the indigenous cryogenic stage. We had a review on December 20. Certain things have to be checked. The GSLV-D3 launch will be a milestone. We have to make sure everything is all right. We will decide the launch schedule in January."

When Oceansat-2 was successfully launched on September 23, 2009, ISRO officials claimed that the GSLV-D3would lift off in December and the PSLV flight would take place ahead of it. The GSLV's first stage had reached Sriharikota, they said then. But the work on building the GSLV-D3 stages in the second launch pad at Sriharikota was now "suspended," ISRO engineers said. It is a three-stage vehicle, and the first stage was built in the launch pad. "There are several small issues relating to the indigenous cryogenic stage. It takes time to understand cryogenic engines. We want to ensure that everything is reliable," they said.

The indigenous cryogenic stage, including its engine, has been built by the ISRO's Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at Mahendragiri near Nagercoil.

Difficult task

Another engineer said it was difficult to perfect a cryogenic stage, and "so it is a crucial launch and a cautious step forward for the ISRO." Cryogenic engines use liquid hydrogen at minus 265 degrees Celsius as fuel and liquid oxygen at minus 240 degrees Celsius as oxidiser. If they do not mix properly, they will explode. A cryogenic stage includes the motor, propellant tanks, control devices, electronic instruments, plumbing and motor casing.

From 2001 to 2007, there have been five GSLV flights and these rockets used Russian cryogenic engines. This is the sixth GSLV flight, and it will use an indigenous cryogenic stage.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.01.2010 02:41:07
Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

март - Cartosat-2B, STUDSAT, ALSAT-2A, NLS-6, NLS-7 - PSLV-C15 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-4, TAUVEX, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - ПО
второй квартал - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT  - PSLV-C16 - ПО
второй квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года- MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
четвёртый квартал - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - X-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


2011
первый квартал - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), CubeSats- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD  - ПО - ПО

2012
первый квартал - RESOURCESAT-3, CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT III- PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD  - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО

2013
первый квартал - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО (или 2014) - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) -  GSLV-Mk III - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Пилотируемый полёт

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 2 января
Изменения от 4 января
Изменения от 8 января
Изменения от 10 января
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.01.2010 21:23:21
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/review-of-indian-cryogenic-engine-holds-up-rocket-launch_100298737.html
ЦитатаReview of Indian cryogenic engine holds up rocket launch
January 4th, 2010 - 5:56 pm ICT by IANS

Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 4 (IANS) The test flight of a geo-synchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV-D3) powered by an Indian cryogenic engine with super-cooled fuel has been put on hold as it is undergoing final evaluation, a top space official said Monday.

"We are undertaking a thorough review of the indigenously built cryogenic engine before finalising the launch date of GSLV-D3," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan told IANS here.

Clarifying that there was no delay as such in the rocket's launch from the Sriharikota spaceport, about 80 km northeast of Chennai, Radhakrishnan said the launch schedule would be decided at a review meeting later this month in Bangalore.

"We will decide the launch schedule at a review meeting in the next two weeks. As we want to make sure the cryogenic engine performs successfully after the launch, a final check-up is underway," Radhakrishnan said on the margins of a space summit at the 97th Indian Science Congress (ISC2010) that began here Sunday.

The successful test-firing of an indigenous cryogenic engine will take India into the elite space club of the US, Russia, China, France and Japan that have the capability to make such engines.

A cryogenic engine uses liquid hydrogen as fuel at minus 265 degrees Celsius and liquid oxygen at minus 240 degrees Celsius as oxidiser in the upper stage of a rocket like the GSLV to deploy satellites in geo-synchronous orbit.

If the fuel mix is not in the exact proportion, the rocket can explode in the geo-synchronous orbit.

"We are planning to first launch Cartosat-2B in March using the PSLV (polar satellite launch vehicle) and follow it up with the launch of GSLV-D3 later this year," Radhakrishnan noted.

The GSLV-D3 is set to carry GSAT-4 communication satellite into the geo-stationary orbit, around 36,000 km above the earth.

The state-run Indian space agency tested the cryogenic engine for the full flight duration of 720 seconds (12 minutes) at its liquid propulsion systems centre in December 2007 at Mahendragiri in southern Tamil Nadu.

"The ground test validated the design and performance of the cryogenic engine for use in the GSLV test flight," a space official said.

ISRO took up the development of cryogenic stage in 1996 to achieve self-reliance in cryogenic propulsion technology.

ISRO so far used Russian-made cryogenic engines for the launch of GSLVs.

Besides Cartosat-2B, the polar rocket will carry on board Alsat, a small Algerian satellite, two Canadian nano-satellites and Studsat, another nano-satellite built by students of Indian universities.

As a remote-sensing earth observation satellite in a sun-synchronous polar orbit, the 680-kg Cartosat-2B will carry a sophisticated panchromatic camera to take images for cartographic applications such as mapping, land information and geographical information system.

Cartosat-2A was launched in April 2008.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.01.2010 22:43:18
http://russian.news.cn/science/2010-01/04/c_13126836.htm
ЦитатаИндия планирует в 2013 году запустить новый беспилотный лунный зонд

2010-01-04 20:42:38 | Russian.News.Cn   

Мумбаи, 4 января /Синьхуа/ -- Индийская организация космических исследований сегодня сообщила, что ученые страны в настоящий момент заняты разработкой нового беспилотного космического аппарата "Чадраян-2", который предназначен для зондирования и изучения Луны. Ожидается, что запуск лунного зонда состоится в первом полугодии 2013 года.

В августе 2008 года Индия запустила первый в истории страны космический аппарат "Чадраян-1". В конце августа 2009 года он потерял связь с центром управления полетами, и Индия была вынуждена свернуть свою научную программу.

Как сообщил представитель Индийской организации космических исследований, космический аппарат "Чадраян-2" уже спроектирован, в скором времени начнется его производство с использованием российских технологий.

По его словам, "Чадраян-2" будет зондировать и анализировать полезные ископаемые и структуру поверхности Луны, а также искать на ней воду.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Leroy от 04.01.2010 23:09:12
Опять GSAT-4 отложили...  :cry:  :cry:  Сколько же можно!  :(
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.01.2010 12:44:57
Опять за рыбу деньги :roll:
http://www.mynews.in/News/ISRO_to_launch_GSLV-D3,_PSLV-16_by_March_2010,_India_to_produce_first_light_helicopter_N34552.html#
ЦитатаISRO to launch GSLV-D3, PSLV-16 by March 2010, India to produce first light helicopter

Posted On: 06-Jan-2010 08:38:39 By: Ashok B Sharma

Thiruvananthapuram: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has finally planned to launch its Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle - GSLV D3 and its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV - 16)  by March 2010. The launch of GSLV- D3 was earlier scheduled for December 2009 and later postponed for lauch in January 2009. The launch of PSLV - 16 was planned prior to that of GSLV- D3.
The director of Satish Dhawan Space Centre-SHAR, MC Dathan said : "The launch of GSLV - D3 was delayed as we are reviewing the indigenous cryogenic stage. The GSLV-D3 will be powered by an indigenous cryogenic stage built for the first time by the Indian Space Research Organisation. It will put in orbit a communication satellite, GSAT-4."

He said that the PSLV - 16 will also be launched in March to put in orbit Cartosat-2B; Alsat, a small satellite from Algeria; two nano-satellites from the University of Toronto, and another nano-satellite, Studsat (Students' satellite), built by several Indian universities.

Dathan, who is participating in the 97th Indian Science Congress at Thiruvananthapuram said : "In January, this year we will do the ground testing of the biggest solid booster for GSLV Maitri which is scheduled to be launched in 2011. ISRO also has a programme to use reusable launch vessel to carry hygrogen to produce water in combination of oxygen extracted from the atmosphere. As we would not carry water this would help us to reduce the weight of vessel at the take off stage." He said that ISRO was exploring the possibility of using kerosene as a fuel option.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.01.2010 12:53:33
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/spacemissions/20100104_chandrayaan_II.html
ЦитатаChandrayaan-II on schedule for 2013 launch: ISRO news   

04 January 2010      

Tiruchi: India's follow-on lunar mission, Chandrayan-II, will take place in the first quarter of 2013 as per schedule, according to project director Mylaswamy Annadurai. The project is an Indian Space Research Organization joint venture with Russia.

Speaking here on Sunday, Annadurai said the project was shaping up as per schedule. He was also project director of the highly successful maiden lunar mission, Chandrayaan-I.  

Chandrayaan-II is a four-year project that is being undertaken in collaboration with Russia.

Annaduari said the designs for the mission's rover and orbiter had been finalized and the fabrication would begin shortly.

Like its predecessor, Chandrayaan-II, is also an unmanned mission, with the difference that this mission will land a rover on the lunar surface that will transmit data to an orbiter. The mission will attempt chemical, mineralogical and photo-geologic mapping of the moon which will also confirm Chandrayaan-I's findings.

Unlike the first lunar mission, Chandrayaan-II will carry lesser payloads. It will also investigate the presence of water.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.01.2010 13:09:05
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/insat-3d-to-boost-weather-forecasting-accuracy_100299318.html
ЦитатаINSAT 3D to boost weather forecasting accuracy
January 5th, 2010 - 6:08 pm ICT by IANS  -  

Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 5 (IANS) India is expected to launch the INSAT 3D satellite later this year to boost its weather forecasting accuracy, Shailesh Naik, Secretary in the Ministry of Earth Sciences, said here Tuesday.
"The country will achieve more accuracy level within a few years in short-term and long-term weather forecasts," Naik said while delivering a lecture on 'Weather, Climate and Environment' at the ongoing 97th Indian Science Congress.

He said the country has now 77 percent accuracy level in short-term weather forecast, which "will improve further with the launching of INSAT 3D this year and the OCEANSAT II in 20123.

INSAT-3D is a pure meteorological satellite without additional communication payload as in the other INSAT satellites. It features a 19-channel sounder, a 6-channel imager and two other meteorology related payloads.

Naik said by the end of 2010, 650 districts will be covered under weather forecast as against 470 districts at present.

The secretary also hinted that a training school would be set up to train at least 30-40 people in climate studies as this area was lacking experts. Massive investment was needed in areas like climate studies to provide better climate prediction for decision makers.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.01.2010 02:59:39
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
ЦитатаISIS currently has the following opportunities available for CubeSat, Nanosatellites and attached payloads:

2009
Period    Orbit    Vehicle    Slots available for:
September     ~ 720km Sun Synchronous, 12:00am LTDN    PSLV    Campaign successfully completed

2010
1st quarter   ~ 635km Sun Synchronous   PSLV   
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 820km Sun Synchronous, 10:30am LTDN PSLV
2nd/3rd quarter   ~ 820km, 20° inclination (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
4th quarter   ~ 600-700km Sun Synchronous (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats

2011
1st quarter   ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, limited slots
Starting 1st Q   Very Low Earth Orbit (190/250 km)   Russian   CubeSats
1st/2nd quarter   ~ 540/820km Sun Sychronous   Russian   CubeSats, Nanosats, Microsats
1st half   ~ 600-800km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   Microsats, NanoSats
2nd half   ~ 450-500km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   CubeSats TBC
2nd/3rd quarter   LEO, orbit parameters TBC   US Launcher   NanoSats, CubeSats

2012

 1st quarter   ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   CubeSats, limited slots
1st half   ~ 600-800km, Sun Synchronous Orbit   Russian   Microsats, NanoSats
4th quarter   ~ 450-500km, ~ 65° inclination   Russian   CubeSats, 50kg + 200kg slot
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: VV от 16.01.2010 11:50:25
ЦитатаДля наблюдения солнечного затмения, а также изучения солнечно-земных связей 14 и 15 января в Индии была выполнена серия пусков геофизических ракет.
      14 января выполнены три пуска: в 06:50 UTC и в 07:35 UTC ракет RH-300 Mk II с полигона Тумба, а в 07:45 UTC - ракеты RH-560 Mk II с космодрома Шрихарикота. Максимальные высоты подъема ракет составили 116, 116 и 548 км соответственно.
      Еще четыре пуска были выполнены 15 января: в 07:00 UTC, в 07:30 UTC и в 10:30 UTC - ракет RH-300 Mk II с полигона Тумба и в 07:45 UTC - ракеты RH-560 Mk II с космодрома Шрихарикота. Высота подъема первых трех ракет составила 116 км, а RH-560 Mk II - 523 км.
      16 января специалисты Индийской организации космических исследований планируют выполнить еще ряд пусков геофизических ракет для изучения изменений, происшедших в земной атмосфере после солнечного затмения.
Интересно, что там можно исследовать, да ещё и на следующий день? Зачем пускать ракеты на такую высоту? В пятне тени полного затмения действительно образуется кратковременное подобие конвективной ячейки, но тут-то...
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.01.2010 13:19:40
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/ISRO_Plans_Special_Launch_Pad_At_Sriharikotta_999.html
ЦитатаISRO Plans Special Launch Pad At Sriharikotta

by Tiki Rajwi
Thiruvananthapuram, India (SPX) Jan 11, 2010
The third launch pad planned at ISRO's Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, is going to be something special.

While it will meet the space agency's needs for the 2015 Human Space Flight Mission, the launch pad is also being designed to accommodate the proposed Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV), India's dream space shuttle which is on the designing board, ISRO officials said.

"The preliminary design for the third launch pad is complete. It will be able to take care of all future programmes of the ISRO, including the Human Space Flight Mission and the Reusable Launch Vehicle," officials said.

ISRO has also started designing a landing strip for the Reusable Launch Vehicle at the Sriharikota Range.

The third pad is coming up one kilometre south of the spaceport's second pad, which was used to lift off the PSLV-XL rocket bearing the Chandrayaan-I mission in 2008. It is expected to be completed by 2015, coinciding with the Human Space Flight Mission for which the GSLV rocket is to be used.

"Since human beings are to be sent to space, the new pad is specially designed.

It will have facilities such as a Crew Escape Module which could come handy in an emergency during the launch," sources said.

A Reusable Launch Vehicle is expected to save the space agency massively in mission costs.

Today, each kilogram of the payload costs around $ 12,000 to be placed in space.

Three launch pads will also enhance ISRO's capability for multiple launches with the space agency's annual number of launches on the rise.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.01.2010 13:21:01
http://www.spacelab.dti.supsi.ch/
ЦитатаTIsat-1 Ready for Launch
 
Launch Date: First Quarter 2010

Launch Pad: Sriharikota Space Center (SHAR), India

Launch Vehicle: PSLV-C15
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.01.2010 13:27:08
Бюджет ISRO на 2009-2010 финансовый год.
http://www.isro.org/pdf/OutcomeBudget2009-2010.pdf  1,37Мб
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.01.2010 13:45:52
Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

апрель - Cartosat-2B, STUDSAT, ALSAT-2A, CANX-4, CANX-5, TIsat-1 - PSLV-C15 - ПО
апрель - GSAT-4, TAUVEX, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - ПО
второй квартал - RESOURCESAT-2, SRE-2, YOUTHSAT - PSLV-C16 - ПО
второй квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года- MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
четвёртый квартал - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - X-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


2011
январь - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО

2012
первый квартал - RESOURCESAT-3, CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT III- PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО

2013
первый квартал - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО (или 2014) - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Пилотируемый полёт
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 16 января
Изменения от 30 января
Изменения от 31 янвря
Изменения от 10 февраля
Изменения от 17 февраля
Изменения от 27 февраля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.01.2010 00:19:41
http://indianspacestation.com/student-initiative
http://www.teamstudsat.com/
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.01.2010 00:32:38
http://www.indiadaily.com/editorial/21318.asp
ЦитатаIndia goes beyond Russian Space technology help - now India is self sufficient in indigenously developed cryogenic engine
Smitha Pradhan
Jan. 17, 2010

ISRO is planning to undertake a space mission to take man to space and bring him back safe after conducting studies for a few days there.

ISRO is planning to test GSLV-D3 carrying the communication satellite GSAT-4 with a two tonne payload at Sriharikottah on January 24.

India is getting ready to launch Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) with indigenously developed cryogenic engine, said Dr K.Radhakrishnan, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman.
http://www.hindu.com/2010/01/18/stories/2010011854760300.htm
ЦитатаIndia getting ready for GSLV launch

PATHANAMTHITTA: Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K. Radhakrishnan has said that India is getting ready to launch a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) with indigenously developed cryogenic engine. Talking to reporters at the Sannidhanam during his 47th pilgrimage to the Ayyappa temple on Sunday, he said the ISRO was planning to test GSLV-D3 carrying the communication satellite GSAT-4 at Sriharikottah on January 24. - Staff Reporter
http://www.satprnews.com/
ЦитатаJan 19, 2010, post by Artur Zlesik
India Soon To Become Self-Reliant In Cryogenic Propulsion Technology

India is getting ready to launch Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) with indigenously developed cryogenic engine, said Dr. K. Radhakrishnan, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman.

He said ISRO is planning to test GSLV-D3 carrying the communication satellite GSAT-4 with a two tonne payload at Sriharikottah on January 24.

Dr. Radhakrishnan said achieving self-reliance in cryogenic propulsion technology would boost India's image, besides taking it to the league of select countries having the technology. So far, India has been using Russian-made cryogenic engines in its launching vehicles.

He said ISRO was also planning to undertake a space mission to take man to space and bring him back safe after conducting studies for a few days there.
http://www.asianetindia.com/news/india-ready-gslv-launch-isro-chief_120453.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.01.2010 14:05:45
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/spacemissions/20100127_space_mission.html
Цитата27 January 2010  India's manned space mission scheduled for 2016 news   

Bangalore: Six years from now the first Indians will travel to space for a week long mission on indigenously developed launch platforms and space capsules. India's first manned mission has now been scheduled for 2016, and will see two astronauts spending seven days in a low earth orbit, according to a top Indian space agency official.
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/spacemissions/20100128_moon_mission.html
Цитата28 January 2010
Bangalore: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) said Wednesday that the configuration of the new moon mission 'Chandrayaan-2' was being finalised and that it would be launched by 2013.
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/spacemissions/20100128_mars_mission.html
Цитата28 January 2010  ISRO mulls Mars mission, lunar colonies   

Bangalore: An ambitious and confident Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is not only planning deeper forays into space, starting with Mars, but also looking at the complications involved in setting up a lunar base.

"There are three possible time slots to send a Mars mission - in 2013, 2016 and 2018," ISRO chief Dr K Radhakrishnan said Wednesday in Bangalore. "We will be looking at 2016 or 2018."

According to Dr Radhakrishnan, ISRO would utilise either of its launch vehicles - the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) or the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) - to send a satellite into Martian orbit. "It can be done in four or five years, but the challenge is to define what scientific experiments we would conduct there," he said.

Former ISRO chairman, Madhavan Nair, said Chandrayaan-1's discovery of the presence of water near the lunar poles had increased the chances of building the lunar base. "It is going to be the frontier for exploration of the universe," he said.

According to Nair, analysis of data obtained last year from scientific instruments onboard the Chandrayaan-1 indicated water molecules on the moon. The presence of Hydroxyls - a molecule comprising an oxygen atom and a hydrogen atom - in lunar soil was also promising in this regard.

Offering a contrarian sentiment was former ISRO chairman, Prof UR Rao, who wasn't too sure if establishing a colony on the moon was a good idea. However, he said, the moon was a rich source of Helium-3, a fuel for nuclear fusion, which one day could make the earth energy sufficient for thousands of years.

However, Rao held out a glimmer of hope for lunar colonies pointing out that the Japanese lunar mission, Kaguya's, recent discovery of underground tunnels on the lunar surface offered increased hope for human colonies.

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency announced the discovery of skylight-like deep holes on moon which could lead to huge sub-surface tunnels. These tunnels could have been carved out by lava flow. "They could shield human beings from space radiation and other hazards," Rao said.

ISRO is gearing up to finalise mission configuration of its second lunar foray with Chandrayaan-2, due for launch in 2013. The mission involves immense technical sophistication as it will have a lunar orbiter, which will disgorge a lunar lander, which in turn will release a lunar rover to crawl on the surface of the moon.

Dr Radhakrishnan revealed that, globally, scientists were discussing manned missions to Mars and establishing space colonies by 2030. He was confident that India would not lag too far behind. "India's first human space programme, which will have two astronauts in spacecraft orbiting the Earth, should be achieved in about six years," he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 31.01.2010 11:08:44
BRITE-Constellation consists of UniBRITE and BRITE-AUSTRIA (TUG-SAT-1), two 20 cm cube nanosatellites. Each will fly a small aperture telescope with a CCD camera to perform high-precision two-color photometry of the brightest stars in the sky (d 4th mag) continuously for up to several years. [...] All of that is enabled by innovative technology currently developed in collaboration between Canada and Austria. A launch of UniBRITE and BRITE-AUSTRIA in early 2011 is envisioned. [1] (http://www.univie.ac.at/brite-constellation/main5.html)

The Launch Contract has been signed in October 2009  [...] The satellite will be launched in January 2011 as secondary payload (piggyback) from Shriharikota/India. The rocket used will be a PSLV rocket of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). [2] (http://www.tugsat.tugraz.at)

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TUGSAT-1/BRITE-Austria[/size]

The spacecraft has a size of 20 x 20 x 20 cm and weights 7 kg. It carries three computers: instrument processor, housekeeping and attitude control computer. About 6 W of electrical power will be generated by solar cells. The telemetry operates in the science S-band for the downlink and in the UHF band for the uplink. In addition, a VHF beacon is provided. The data rate lies between 32 to 256 kbit/s and the typical daily downlink volume amounts to 2 Mbyte. [2] (http://www.tugsat.tugraz.at)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.01.2010 12:59:54
Спасибо! :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.02.2010 23:23:56
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.510
ЦитатаGSLV flight in April
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.02.2010 18:25:59
ЦитатаIndian eye in sky developed (http://www.spacewar.com/reports/Indian_eye_in_sky_developed_999.html)
Цитатаby Staff Writers
New Delhi (UPI) Feb 16, 2009

Bent on boosting its military intelligence, India is set to develop a new, cutting-edge surveillance satellite.

The spy craft, called the Communication Centric Intelligence Satellite is expected to be launched into orbit in 2014, keeping a close watch on hot spots in the troubled neighborhood.

CCI-Sat is part of a high-priority plan to develop electronic warfare systems for India's army, navy and air force, G Boopathy, director of the Defense Electronic Research Laboratory, was quoted telling local media.

The laboratory is developing the $25 million satellite and Boopathy said the project was still in its initial phases of planning.

"The focus now, is space; we have to equip ourselves for electronic warfare from space, too," he said.

Beyond surveillance, CCI-Sat is capable of picking up images, even conversations, between satellite phones.

The satellite is expected to orbit Earth at an altitude of 300 miles and keep watch on hostile regions in India's region by passing on surveillance data to intelligence command-and-control centers.

The Hindu newspaper reported the satellite will be fitted with electronic sensors that are more powerful than the Indian Space Research Organization's remote-sensing satellites.

It said the electronic warfare sensor would be "located on on the mountain range facing Pakistan, China, Nepal and the northeast part of the country, to detect troop or vehicular movement across the borders."

Only a select number of countries, including the United States, France and China, are using such electronic spy satellites.

While the payload will be built by India's Defense Electronic Research Laboratory, the satellite's design and development will be made by the country's space research organization.

India is poised to put an other two military Cartosat-2B satellites in orbit in the coming months. Both will also be used for military purposes.

Last year, India launched its generic RISAT-2 military satellite, which is keeping a high-resolution eye on the country's borders and coastline to watch for terrorist infiltration, Defense News reported.

Meantime, the director of Defense Avionics Research Establishment revealed that new electronic warfare technology has been developed for light aircraft and that the system was set to be tested imminently.

Defense scientists told local media that India was focusing research on technologies to intercept and jam satellite phone networks.

"That project is going on," an unnamed official was quoted as saying. "Within a year, it will be ready."

Among other developments, officials said a "penetration aid," that allows Indian military aircraft to penetrate enemy territory without being identified by surrounding radar.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.02.2010 10:09:34
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/Cartosat_2B_Will_Be_Launched_Soon_999.html
ЦитатаCartosat-2B Will Be Launched Soon

by Staff Writers
Bangalore, India (PTI) Feb 08, 2010
India will shortly launch Cartosat-2B, a high-resolution remote sensing satellite, that will aid in infrastructure and urban planning, Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K Radhakrishnan said on Thursday.

The launch was expected by March end or mid-April and the exact date would be finalised at the mission readiness review meeting on February 10, he told reporters here.

The satellite, which would be launched by Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, has a 0.8 metre resolution. This makes it capable to even take pictures of a car on the ground. Radhakrishnan said NASA and European Space Agency (ESA) want to be part of Chandrayaan-II, the next Indian mission to Moon, by sending their instruments.

"They are all there actually (they have sent proposals)," he added NASA and ESA are among "several candidates" who have evinced interest in Chandrayaan-2, he said. "There is discussion going on that... And there is a team which is discussing with various scientists... Scientific Advisory Board.

You look at all the requirements and what experiments we need to do and what mass is available and what they would require and from Chandrayaan-I, what are all the things that you have to follow up.

This will be taken care of soon," he said. India had hosted six foreign instruments in its maiden moon odyssey Chandrayaan-I - three from ESA, two from NASA and one from Bulgaria. Chandrayaan-I carried India's five instruments.

However, Radhakrishnan indicated that the number of instruments on board Chandrayaan-II is likely be less than the one carried by Chandrayaan-I, which had 11.

Source: Press Trust of India
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.02.2010 10:14:00
По Can-X4 и Can-X5:
http://www.utias-sfl.net/nanosatellites/CanX45/
http://people.ucalgary.ca/~cguconf/2008webs/Abstracts/SESSIONS/S.ImagingEarth/S.Peterson.S.pdf
http://www.kcn.ru/tat_en/science/ans/journals/rasj_cnt/09_2_7.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.02.2010 10:18:44
GSAT-4 satellite to be launched soon (http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=GSAT-4+satellite+to+be+launched+soon&artid=zj5XiHF7Bwk=&SectionID=vBlkz7JCFvA=&MainSectionID=fyV9T2jIa4A=&SectionName=EL7znOtxBM3qzgMyXZKtxw==&SEO=)
ЦитатаExpress News Service
First Published : 22 Feb 2010 03:41:00 AM IST
Last Updated : 22 Feb 2010 07:45:15 AM IST

NAGERCOIL: Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Dr K Radhakrishnan on Sunday said that the communication satellite GSAT-4, which will use the indigenously built cryogenic engine for the first time, will be launched very soon.

Earlier, the ISRO chief inaugurated the Village Resource Centre (VRC), an initiative by the organisation at JPR Nagar in Nagercoil.

According to this programme, ISRO will be disseminating the services from the space systems via its Satellite Communication (SatCom) and Earth Observation (EO). Tele-education, tele-healthcare, land and water resources management and tele-fishery are some of the services provided under this programme.

The ISRO Chairman also launched the tele-medicine facility here. The tele-medicine facility connects the remote district hospitals and health centres with Super Specialty Hospitals in cities for providing expert consultation to the needy population.

Addressing reporters, K Radhakrishnan, said that the indigenously built cryogenic engine will be used for the first time in the launch of the communication satellite, GSAT-4. It will be launched using the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). He added that the latest version of remote sensing satellite, 'CARTOSAT-2B' will be launched in April using the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

Besides CARTOSAT-2B, the polar vehicle will also carry StudSat, another nanosatellite built by the students of Sathyabhama University among others. According to sources, with the launch using an indigenously built cryogenic engine, India will enter the elite space club of countries that have the capability to make such engines.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.02.2010 17:04:14
Цитатаhttp://www.space-travel.com/reports/India_Plans_To_Send_Two_Astronauts_Into_Space_999.html

India Plans To Send Two Astronauts Into Space

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by Staff Writers
Bangalore, India (PTI) Feb 23, 2010
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) plans to send two astronauts to space within six to seven years, ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said.
"ISRO plans to send two astronauts into space in six to seven years," he said after launching a mobile telemedicine unit at Muttom in Kanyakumari district.

He said India was among the leading countries in the world in space research, designing the most modern satellites in keeping with latest advances in technology

These satellites are very helpful in communication and distance, he said.

Radhakrishnan said the Nano satellites designed by students of Satyabama University, Chennai, would be installed in the PSLV rocket, to be launched in June or July.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.02.2010 17:16:09
http://www.weeksupdate.com/2009/06/sathyabama-satellite-nano-satellite.html
ЦитатаThe Sathyabama Satellite Nano satellite developed by Sathyabama University, Chennai
Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch a nano satellite designed and developed by students of Sathyabama University, Chennai. The Sathyabama Satellite, with a payload of 10 kg, is developed for studying air and earth surface pollution.

The satellite is in the developmental stage and will be ready to launch in June 2010. A team of 27 third-year engineering students along with Mr.V Kannan, head of the VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) is working behind the project. A Space Technology Centre has been established to conduct advanced research in space science in the University.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Cities/Chennai/Sathyabama-students-to-launch-satellite-in-2010/articleshow/4703556.cms
ЦитатаSathyabama students to launch satellite in 2010
TNN, Jun 26, 2009, 02.40am IST

CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch a nano satellite designed and developed by students of Sathyabama University for free. The Sathyabama Satellite, with a payload of 10 kg, will study air and earth surface pollution.

"The satellite is being designed with support from ISRO and we will launch it when it is completed," said Madhavan Nair, chairman, ISRO, after interacting with students associated with designing the satellite at Sathyabhama University on Thursday.

Speaking at the Graduation Day of Jeppiar College of Engineering, Nair said that ISRO and Sathyabama University had signed an MoU to support the design, development and launch of the satellite. A Space Technology Centre has been established to conduct advanced research in rocketry, satellites and space applications in university campus.

"The satellite is in the design stage and we will be able to complete the project, including fabrication, by June 2010," said V Kannan, head of the VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) design department that includes a team of 27 students to build the satellite. The third-year engineering students were selected by ISRO after a screening process that included a written test and interview.

"It is impressive to see that the students developing the concept quickly. Their clarity of concept and commitment to completing the project by the end of the year is impressive," Nair said. He added that the 16 Village Resource Centres were performing remarkably well.

Earlier, A Sivathanu Pillai, chief controller, Research and Development, Defense Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) inaugurated an aero hangar and two Cessna aircraft meant for students of aeronautical engineering at the university.

Jeppiar, pro chancellor, Sathyabama University said: "We are planning to buy a 15-seater aircraft soon. An air hostess training course will also be started to benefit students from rural areas."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.02.2010 17:26:35
Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

апрель - GSAT-4,  Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - ПО
начало мая - Cartosat-2B, STUDSAT, ALSAT-2A, CANX-4, CANX-5, TIsat-1 - PSLV-C15 - ПО
май-август - RESOURCESAT-2, Sathyabama satellite,  X-Sat  - PSLV-C16 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
ПО -InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.1) - ПО
ПО- MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
четвёртый квартал - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - YOUTHSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
январь - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО

2012
первый квартал - RESOURCESAT-3, CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12(включая GAGAN) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT III- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - ПО - ПО

2013
первый квартал - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Пилотируемый полёт
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 5 марта
Изменения от 10 марта
Изменения от 11 марта
Изменения от 24 марта
Изменения от 29 марта
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.02.2010 21:24:49
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/India-to-initiate-activities-for-Chandrayaan-II-President/articleshow/5603553.cms
Цитатаndia to initiate activities for Chandrayaan-II: President
22 Feb 2010, 1641 hrs IST, PTI

NEW DELHI: After a successful maiden moon mission, India will initiate the

process for its sequel Chandrayaan-II, President Pratibha Patil
said today.

"...activities towards the Chandrayaan-2 Mission will be initiated," she said in her address to the joint sitting of both Houses of Parliament here.

Under Chandrayaan-II, space scientists plan to land two robotic rovers on the surface of the moon that would conduct experiments on the lunar soil and send the data back on the earth.

Patil said moves were already afoot to further develop the next generation satellite launch vehicle GSLV-Mark III with a capacity to put four tonne satellites in orbit.

Currently, the Indian space agency ISRO's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) has the capability to launch 2.5 tonne satellites.

The president said that the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has plans for the flight test of the GSLV-D3 launch vehicle with indigenous cryogenic stage, and launch the Cartosat-2B, INSAT-3D and Resourcesat-2 satellites in the near future.

"The space programme continued to provide societal services to the nation in the areas of tele-medicine, tele-education and village resource centres," Patil said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.03.2010 21:41:14
ЦитатаAstronomy satellite 'astrosat' to be launched in two years
Thiruvananthapuram | Thursday, Mar 4 2010 IST

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K Radhakrishnan today said that Astrosat, India's first dedicated astronomy satellite would be launched in two years.

Addressing a gathering in connection with the inauguration of Technical Festival ''Conscentia'', organized by Indian Institute of Space Sciences and Technology, here, he said the finding of water substance on moon by the Chandrayan Mission was a great pride to the country.

Regarding the successful launching of three-tone sounding rocket, he said it was tested as part of ISRO's innovative system of fuels.

. It carried a passive scramjet engine combustor module as a test bed for demonstration of Air- Breathing propulsion technology, he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.03.2010 12:47:13
http://www.tribuneindia.com/2010/20100308/main7.htm
ЦитатаISRO puts off Israeli payload's launch
Shubhadeep Choudhury
Tribune News Service

Bangalore, March 7
In a blow to the Indian and Israeli researchers, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has decided to leave out TAUVEX (Tel Aviv University Ultra Violet Experiment), an Israeli payload, during the launch of its experimental communication satellite GSAT-4.

"We were very disappointed to learn that we were to be removed from the spacecraft. We have worked for this for a long time and were excited by the prospect of getting excellent science. We are now waiting for ISRO to tell us when the next launch opportunity will be", Jayant Murthy, professor at the Indian Institute of Astrophysics here and the Indian principal investigator of TAUVEX, told The Tribune in an email.

Responding to this reporter's query, Noah Brosch, Tel Aviv University's Wise Observatory director, who is the Israeli principal investigator of TAUVEX, said, "I have been made aware of the satellite problems, and knew that the panel on which TAUVEX was mounted had been taken off to allow work to proceed on some components (unrelated to TAUVEX) that needed replacing.

If GSAT-4 will launch without TAUVEX this would be very disappointing indeed. We went through a considerable amount of work and expense to fit TAUVEX to this satellite, and were looking forward to some excellent and unique science that only TAUVEX could have provided".

Brosch added that if GSAT-4 was launched without TAUVEX, he would "expect that ISRO would come back to me with an explanation".

An MoU for including the TAUVEX on GSAT-4 was signed on December 25, 2003, by G Madhavan Nair, the then ISRO chairman, and Aby Har-Even, director-general, Israel Space Agency (ISA) at ISRO headquarters here. The MoU followed the cooperative agreement signed between ISRO and ISA in October 2002.

Data from the telescope (TAUVEX) was supposed to help in solving astrophysical questions related to star formation, history of galaxies, physics of giant black holes, etc. It could also help in guiding other space telescopes towards selected interesting objects in the sky.

K Radhakrishnan, ISRO chairman, did not respond to an email sent by this reporter regarding leaving out of TAUVEX during the proposed launch of the GSAT-4 satellite.

S Satish, director, publicity and public relations, ISRO, claimed that no final decision had been taken with regard to dropping TAUVEX from the launch. "Our Indian payloads will come first", he said.

Knowledgeable sources said the ISRO wanted to keep the satellite light and this had prompted it to leave out TAUVEX from the launch. The issue, however, raises a question mark on the efficacy of the GSLV launcher, powered by the first indigenous cryogenic engine, which is slated to put the satellite in the orbit. GSAT-4 is slated for launch sometime this year.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 11.03.2010 18:38:51
http://www.financialexpress.com/news/Isro-asks-for-more-money-as-spectrum-crunch-flares-up/588383/
ЦитатаIsro asks for more money as spectrum crunch flares up

Ashish Sinha
Posted: Tuesday, Mar 09, 2010 at 2337 hrs IST
Updated: Tuesday, Mar 09, 2010 at 2337 hrs IST

New Delhi: With acute shortage of broadcasting spectrum for both existing and new television channels, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is asking for Rs 50,000 per mega hertz (Mhz) or around Rs 18 lakh per transponder per month from broadcasters for its upcoming satellite, Insat-4G, set to be launched in the second quarter of this year. This is a first by Isro for the broadcast sector, technical experts say.

Insat-4G will carry 24 ku-band transponders and will be helpful for news broadcaster to enhance their DSNG (digital satellite news gathering) operations. DSNG or outside broadcast (OB) vans are used by the news channels to help cover news operations in real time and they use the ku-band transmission for uplink of news broadcasts.

"Advance money from interested broadcasters is mainly being asked to deter non-serious players who otherwise apply for additional capacity but do not use it efficiently," a government source involved with the satellite operations pertaining to the broadcast sector said.

Broadcasters and a few DTH operators are lining up to pay and block spectrum for expanding their channel-offering capacity and the overall news gathering operations. This is also significant for the direct-to-home (DTH) operations as most of the current DTH operators are close to exhausting their existing bandwidth of their DTH services.

"In order to expand a DSNG operations broadcasters have to furnish proof of their satellite capacity with Isro. And in order to obtain a letter from Isro, broadcasters have to pay for spectrum on Insat-4G," a technical consultants to several media companies said requesting anonymity.

However, due to the proposed location of Insat-4G (55 degrees, east), DTH operators are not too keen to block spectrum on the satellite yet. "The location of Insat-4G is such that we may have to provide an add-on antenna to the subscribers and re-tune their existing frequencies, a mammoth task for us," said an existing DTH operator.

This comes at a time when even the government is reviewing its policy of granting new television licences due to spectrum shortage. Already, 529 TV channels have the permission of operating in the country, while the ministry of information and broadcasting (I&B) is in the process of clearing an additional 155-plus pending applications for new TV channel licences. The broadcast sector regulator -- the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India --- has been asked by the I&B ministry to study the matter and submit its recommendations.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.03.2010 09:29:54
http://rnd.cnews.ru/tech/aerospace/news/line/index_science.shtml?2010/03/12/382543
ЦитатаВ настоящее время Индия реализует стратегическую программу обеспечения улучшенного навигационного поля системы GPS в пределах индийского субконтинента и прилегающих территорий за счёт ввода в строй с помощью Raytheon (США) широкозонной спутниковой системы IRNSS под названием GAGAN ((Global Positioning Satellite-Aided Geosynchronous Augmented Navigation System).

После ввода GAGAN в эксплуатацию (текущая оценка - май 2011 г.) она обеспечит гарантированное позиционирование на всей территории субрегиона с точностью намного лучше 1 м в горизонтальной плоскости и лучше 1 м по вертикали, что позволит использовать навигационные данные в том числе для автоматизации посадок самолетов на ВПП.

В настоящее время, по данным India Defense, точность определения местоположения по вертикали в субрегионе с помощью «чистой» GPS, без использования дифференциальной коррекции, составляет около 7,6 м.

Система будет аналогична уже действующим системам аналогичного назначения - американской WAAS, европейской EGNOS и японской MTSAT. WAAS и MTSAT, создававшиеся с участием Raytheon, были сертифицированы соответственно в 2003 и 2007 гг.

В настоящее время компания Raytheon в рамках контракта Индийского агентства космических исследований (ISRO) стоимостью $82 млн. модернизирует систему управления навигацией воздушных судов на субконтиненте с использованием системы GAGAN.

Ввод системы в эксплуатацию в окончательной штатной конфигурации намечен на 2013 год.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.03.2010 18:39:02
http://cybersecurity.ru/space/89371.html
ЦитатаИндия увеличивает космический бюджет
(20:01) 15.03.2010

Индийская организация космических исследований ISRO в 2010 году получит от государства 57,78 млрд индийских рупий или 1,25 млрд долларов, что на 38% больше, чем в 2009 году. Соответствующее решение уже было принято индийским парламентом. Значительная часть финансирования - 21 млрд рупий - пойдет на разработку технологий для ракет-носителей, еще 10 млрд рупий предназначено для создания новых спутниковых технологий. Обе эти статьи были увеличены по сравнению с прошлым годом на 45%.

Индийская пилотируемая космическая программа получит 1,4 млрд рупий в текущем бюджетном году, стартующем с 1 апреля. Напомним, что ранее ISRO сообщила о планах по созданию 2-местного космического корабля, способного поднять астронавтов на орбиту высотой до 400 км и безопасно вернуть их на Землю.

Представитель ISRO С.Сатиш сказал, что его ведомство вполне удовлетворено бюджетными расходами на космос.

Среди других важных статей расходов можно выделить 2,5 млрд рупий на разработку нового керосиново-криогенного ракетного двигателя для будущих ракет-носителей, а также 1 млрд рупий на подготовку к лунной миссии Чандраян-2, которая, напомним, реализуется совместно с Россией.

Также в плане предусмотрены средства на разработку космической солнечной обсерватории Адитья, запуск которой намечен на 2012 год.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Pol от 24.03.2010 18:03:42
http://www.federalspace.ru/main.php?id=2&nid=9792

Индия завершает работу над собственным ракетным двигателем

:: 24.03.2010

Индийская организация космических исследований во вторник сообщила о том, что Индия в апреле проведет первый для себя пуск ракеты-носителя, которая будет работать на криогенном двигателе, созданном внутри страны. Ранее Индия закупала ракетные двигатели у России.
Сейчас индийские ракеты-носители используются только для запусков спутников, программы пилотируемой космонавтики в стране пока находятся в стадии разработки.
Представители индийской космической организации сообщили, что индийский криогенный двигатель для ракеты GSLV-D3 уже находится на финальной стадии сборки, запуск ракеты должен произойти примерно во второй половине апреля. GSLV-D3 предстоит вывести на геостационарную орбиту тяжелый телекоммуникационный спутник.
Ракета-носитель GSLV-D3 имеет длину 49 метров, вес более 400 тонн и может выводить спутники на орбиту высотой до 36 000 км. Разработки этой ракеты в Индии начались еще 90-х годах.
 
http://www.cybersecurity.ru/space/89989.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Pol от 24.03.2010 18:22:18
http://www.24dunia.com/english-news/shownews/0/Satellite-rocket-with-indigenous-engine-to-be-launched-in-April/5715066.html

Satellite rocket with indigenous engine to be launched in April

Thiruvananthapuram, March 23
India will join an elite club of five nations in April when a rocket carrying a satellite blasts off using an indigenous cryogenic engine, an Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) official said.
"So far we had been using engines from Russia," the official attached to ISRO's Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) here told IANS.
An indigenous cryogenic engine will power the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) for the first time, he said. The US, France, Japan, Russia and China have developed their own engines.
The satellite launch vehicle to be used next week, GSLV-D3, will carry the country's advanced communication satellite GSAT-4. The vehicle's assembly is in final stages and the date of launch at Sriharikota will be known in a week, the VSSC official said on condition of anonymity.
According to ISRO, the 49-metre-tall GSLV-D3 rocket will have a lift-off weight of 414 tonnes. It will propel GSAT-4 into orbit about 36,000 km above the earth.
The VSSC official said arrangements were also on for the launch of another satellite vehicle, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C-15), in the first week of May.
It will carry an Algerian satellite, two Canadian satellites and a satellite from a college in Karnataka
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Pol от 24.03.2010 18:47:49
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_isro-to-launch-geosynchronous-satellite-launch-vehicle-d3-next-month_1362958

ISRO to launch Geosynchronous Satellite launch vehicle-D3 next month

PTIWednesday, March 24, 2010 19:56 IST

Puducherry: ISRO would launch Geosynchronous Satellite launch vehicle-D3 (GSLV-D3), the country's first satellite launch vehicle having an indigenously built cryogenic engine, to put in orbit communication satellite GSAT4 next month, a top scientist said today

GSLV-D3 launch would be followed by launching of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C15 and Cartosat2B (a high resolution remote sensing satellite), PSLV C16 and ResourceSat2 subsequently between May and August, PS Veeraraghavan, Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvanathapuram, said here.

He was speaking at a one-day national symposium -- application of nuclear space technologies for the benefit of farmers -- organised jointly by Hyderabad-based Consortium of Indian Farmers associations and Puducherry-based Perunthalaivar Kamarajar Krishi Vigyan Kendra.


Veeraraghavan said launching of a series of remote sensing satellites, like Resourcesat-2 (to provide valuable imaging services) and Cartosat (to enable availability of more minute details for farm sector) would lay foundation for the country's development
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Pol от 24.03.2010 19:01:41
http://news.webindia123.com/news/Articles/India/20100324/1471014.html

ISRO gearing up for series of launches between April-August
Puducherry | Wednesday, Mar 24 2010 IST

The launch of GSLV-D3, GSat-4, PSLV-C15, Cartosat-2B and PSLV-C16 will take place between April and August this year, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre P S Veeraraghavan, said today.

Inaugurating a national symposium '' Application of Nuclear and Space Technologies for the beneift of Farmers'', jointly organsied by the Consortium of Farmers Association and the Kamarajar Krishivigayan Kendra here he said space technology will provide unlimited benefits both direct and indirec, to the farm sector. It has been proved that such benefits were of great help to farmers.

'' Presently we are in a position to produce sufficent food grains .But there are still areas where Green Revolution should take place in several ways, he said. A remote sensing satellite and cartosat would soon be launched so that the benefits of space technology through such initiatives would be accessible to farmers also, he said.

Later, in an informal chat with newspersons, he clarified that GSLV-D3 with an indegenously designed cryogenic engine would be launched in April. Hitherto, Russian made engines were being used.

He said the cryogenic engine would carry GSAT-4, an advanced communication satalite. He said India's development in communications and media will enable the country to launch atleat eight satellites in a year vis-a-vis four presently. The capability would be increased gadually,he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.03.2010 22:40:22
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_india-developing-winged-reusable-rocket-isro_1364396
ЦитатаIndia developing winged reusable rocket: Isro
PTI
Sunday, March 28, 2010 13:18 IST Email

Bangalore: India is developing a winged reusable rocket and the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has configured a Technology Demonstrator as a first step towards realising it, the space agency said in a report.

India's space scientists have already configured a winged Reusable Launch Vehicle Technology Demonstrator (RLV-TD). This is a first step towards realising a Two Stage To Orbit (TSTO) fully re-reusable launch vehicle, according to Isro.

The agency said in its latest annual report that a series of technology demonstration missions have been conceived.

"The RLV-TD will act as a flying test bed to evaluate various technologies like hypersonic flight, autonomous landing, powered cruise flight and hypersonic flight using air breathing propulsion. First in the series of demonstration trials is the hypersonic flight experiment (HEX)," it said.

Meanwhile, for the Chandrayaan-2 mission, expected by 2012-13, ISRO has received 36 Indian payload proposals for orbiter and lander/rover.

The Scientific Advisory Board of Chandrayaan-2, a follow-on mission to Chandrayaan-1, is currently in the process of reviewing the payloads proposed for orbiter.

Isro sources said the space agency has also received foreign proposals evincing interest to send their instruments for hosting by the Chandrayaan-2 which would be jointly developed with Russia.

It would have an Indian orbiter and mini-rover, and Russian lander and rover. According to Isro, the Megha-Tropiques satellite, an Indo-French joint mission for the study of the tropical atmosphere and climate related aspects, is expected to be launched later this year.

It is set to join a string of global spacecraft designated to study climate change.

"Considering the strong global demand for data from Megha-Tropiques, Isro, CNES (French space agency) and Nasa haveagreed to integrate this satellite into Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) constellation of satellites," Isro said.

"With this, Megha-Tropiques will be one of the eight satellites contributing to the global scientific community to study and understand the dynamics of climate system," it said.

Data from the recently-launched Oceansat-2, which carried an atmospheric sounder 'ROSA' from Italy apart from main payloads -- ocean colour monitor and scatterometer -- is highly sought after by international scientific community.

In this respect, a cooperative programme on sharing the data with National Aeronautics and Space Administration and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for their operational research is expected to be signed shortly, it said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 14:06:30
http://rian.ru/science/20100329/216906448.html
Цитата06:37 29/03/2010

ДЖАКАРТА, 29 мар - РИА Новости, Михаил Цыганов. Сингапур намерен летом этого года стать первой страной Юго-Восточной Азии, запустившей в космос самостоятельно произведенный искусственный спутник Земли, сообщает в понедельник газета Straits Times.

Собранный с нуля в "городе Льва" спутник X-Sat весом в 120 килограммов, разработанный специалистами Наньянского технологического университета и сингапурских национальных военных лабораторий DSO, должен быть выведен на орбиту в июне-июле 2010 года с индийского космодрома в штате Андхра-Прадеш.

Работа над сингапурским спутником началась еще девять лет назад, и первоначально его запуск был назначен на 2007 год. Однако в тот раз он был отложен без указания причин, отмечает издание.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 14:32:48
Об X-Sat
http://www.dlr.de/iaa.symp/Portaldata/49/Resources/dokumente/archiv4/IAA-B4-0506P.pdf
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 14:36:57
Долгострой:
http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/mcloughlin/Projects/index.html
ЦитатаThe X-Sat (intended to be Singapore's first satellite, launched in around 2005)

My role in this project, began in about 1999 and ended in 2006. Originally I was a simple team member working on on-board computation, but later my involvement spiralled until I became the team leader for the OBC (on board computer), RAMDISK and PPU (parallel processing unit, described in the next section). When I left NTU in 2001 to emigrate to New Zealand, I took a one year break from the project before being called back in 2002 as a consultant. In all, from 2002-2006 I was hired 5 or 6 times by NTU School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering to travel back to Singapore and manage, contribute to, audit or discuss the satellite.

In 2006 the hardware component of the OBC was complete and working, controlling a flat satellite of components spread throughout the lab (connected with CAN bus), the RAMDISK hardware was complete but the software needed finishing, and the PPU (below) was proven in prototype form. With a change in project management, I therefore 'retired' from involvement in the project, but have been very happy to contribute time and expertise to them on an ad-hoc basis ever since.

The delay in launch from 2005 to approximately 2009 was/is due to issues involved when one of the government defence departments was 'linked in' to the project, and eventually took over control from the NTU team who built the satellite (led by Associate Professor Tan Soon Hie, who also designed Singapore's first satellite payload, The Merlion, which flew in 1999 and is still the director of the university centre which controls the satellite, but is effectively excluded from day-to-day involvement). The takeover was complete by 2006, at which point I left.

Still despite the poor ending, this work has been one of the things I am most proud of. I have played my part in the internal configuration of the satellite, the early orbit modes and failure checking mechanisms are my ideas, as are some of the operating modes. The OBC OS design using VxWorks and the software architecture were dreamed up by Deepak Mohan working with me, and the PPU is essentially all my work.

Still not launched yet, this is nevertheless an impressive piece of engineering, testament to the hard work of people such as A/P Tan Soon Hie, A/P Kandiah Arichandran, A/P Naga, A/P Chua Tai Wei, Sharon Lim, Bharath Ramesh, Deepak Mohan, Prakash, Shantanu Shukla, Vipul Gupta, Amod, Madhu, Mohit and others. Many of my publications have come from the extensive work I've put in on this project.
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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 16:13:28
Ещё один долгострой YOUTHSAT:

http://www.gisa.ru/32478.html?action=print
http://www.sinp.msu.ru/editorial/reportages/youthsat/page.html
http://www.icast.org.in/news/2008/feb08/feb01ha.pdf
http://space.msu.ru/projects/planned/YouthSat/

Когда пуск непонятно.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 18:46:39
http://beta.thehindu.com/news/national/article321187.ece
ЦитатаGSLV to be launched on April 15

For the first time GSLV will be powered by home-made cryogenice engine. PSLV will take off on May 5

India's GSLV rocket, powered by home-made cryogenic engine for the first time, would be launched on April 15 from Sriharikota to place into orbit GSAT-4 experimental satellite. Previous GSLV flights were fitted with Russian engines.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) also fixed May 5 as the date for the launch of the Cartosat-2B by Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

The mission readiness review conducted by ISRO at Sriharikota yesterday finalised the dates, and gave the go-ahead for the two launches, sources in the space agency said.

Besides the Cartosat-2B, the PSLV would also have on board an Algerian satellite and some small and nano satellites, ISRO sources said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.03.2010 18:49:06
Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - ПО
5 мая - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, CANX-4, CANX-5,  YOUTHSAT(ПО) - PSLV-C15 - ПО
май-август - RESOURCESAT-2, Sathyabama satellite, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - ПО  
ПО - GSAT-5(INSAT-4D) - GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV MkII - ПО
третий квартал - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C13 (XL) - ПО
четвёртый квартал - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV-C17 - ПО
конец года или 2011 - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка  
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TIsat-1- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
январь - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, CubeSats - PSLV-C18 - ПО
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-C19 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F06 (Mk.I) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5  - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО  
 
Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
первый квартал - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3, CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT III- PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО



2013
первый квартал - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.03.2010 16:06:39
http://cybersecurity.ru/space/90369.html
ЦитатаСингапур построил собственный спутник

(04:02) 30.03.2010

По информации местных СМИ, Сингапур вскоре обзаведется работающим собственным космическим спутником, созданным местными инженерами на сингапурских заводах. Ожидается, что запуск аппарата произойдет летом 2010 года. Согласно данным газеты Straits Times, 120-килограммовый микроспутник X-Sat будет иметь размеры около 1х1,5 метра и запущен в июне или июле этого года с индийского космического центра Дхаван в 100 км к северу от крупного города Ченнаи.

Примерная стоимость спутника составляет около 40 млн сингапурских долларов или около 29 млн американских долларов.

В Сингапуре говорят, что они первые из южно-азиатских стран получают собственный спутник своего производства. В создании аппарата принимали участие две научных лаборатории, а также Министерство обороны Сингапура. Straits Times сообщает, что сам спутник сейчас уже готов и специалисты проводят последние проверки аппарата перед его отправкой в Индию.

X-Sat должен будет проработать в космосе минимум три года на орбите высотой в 800 км. Он будет делать фотографии эрозии почв в стране, а также заниматься климатическим мониторингом. Также здесь установлены телекоммуникационные мощности.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.03.2010 17:26:42
http://beta.thehindu.com/business/article323497.ece
ЦитатаBoeing eyes collaboration with ISRO

Boeing has evinced interest in collaborating with Indian Space Research Organisation in the area of communication satellites, and the two entities are exploring joint opportunities, a senior ISRO official said.

But the future possible cooperation with Boeing is unlikely in the field of joint-building of communication satellites as the Indian Space agency already has a tieup in this segment with EADS Astrium, Managing Director of Antrix Corporation, ISRO's commercial arm, K. R. Sridhara Murthi indicated.

"They (Boeing) said they are interested in having collaboration with us in the field of communication satellites. But we (ISRO) already have an alliance with Europeans (EADS Astrium)," he said.

"May be some new areas of business we (ISRO and Boeing) have to explore. We need to do a lot of homework before we could arrive at collaborative level. Still, it's very preliminary type of exchange," Mr. Murthi told PTI.

ISRO, meanwhile, is expanding its alliance with Astrium, with which it has an agreement to jointly offer communication satellites with a launch mass of two tons to three tons for the international market.

"We are trying to cooperate in other areas (in addition to communication satellites) such as earth observations. So, we have built along with them (Astrium) some multi-sensor ground systems for the USA and we are also trying to cooperate in other areas and explore what other type of cooperation we can do in the field of earth observations," he said.

Antrix, which markets ISRO--developed space products and services, currently has a order pipeline of Rs 3,000 crore (all types of business put together).

The company expects to close the current fiscal (2009--10) with a revenue of Rs 1,000 crore, more or less the same as the previous fiscal, reflecting a market environment impacted by the global slowdown.

Murthi said ISRO would launch the first Algerian remote sensing satellite, built by Astrium, on board India's PSLV as a co--passenger with Cartosat--2B on May 5. This satellite weighs around 150 kg.

ISRO already has some business relationship with Algeria, which is receiving data from Indian satellites through the station built by the former.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.03.2010 19:50:45
http://www.rian.ru/science/20100331/217384103.html
Цитата15:28 31/03/2010

НЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 31 мар - РИА Новости. Индийская организация космических исследований (ИСРО) планирует ежегодно запускать на орбиту десять спутников, сказал в интервью агентству IANS директор организации Коппилил Радхакришнан.

"Мы планируем с начала 2010-11 финансового года (начнется 1 апреля) запускать по десять спутников. У нас есть серия спутников и ракет-носителей, которые находятся на разных стадиях готовности", - сказал он.

В финансовом году 2009-10, который завершается в среду, ИСРО запустила всего три спутника: "Оушнсат-2" (вместе с шестью наноспутниками), "Ритсат-2" и микроспутник "Анусат".

Также планировалось отправить на орбиту два спутника для дистанционного зондирования Земли: "Джисат-4" и "Картосат-2Б", но работы над необходимой для запуска тяжелой ракетой GSLV-D3 не удалось завершить в срок. На этой ракете впервые будет использована ступень с криогенным топливом собственного, индийского, производства вместо применявшейся ранее российской ступени.

"Мы провели совещания по запуску коммуникационных спутников и удаленному зондированию Земли. В ближайшей перспективе мы запустим один спутник в апреле и другой в мае. Целевой срок запуска "Джисат-4" - середина апреля и мы стараемся в него уложиться", - сказал Радхакришнан.

В начале мая ИСРО планирует запустить в космос на "рабочей лошадке" индийской космической программы - ракете PSLV спутник "Картосат-4", спутник для Алжира и два микроспутника.

Также намечен запуск несколько позже в текущем году спутников дистанционного зондирования Земли "Ресурссат-2", "Рисат-2" и "Мега Тропик".

Кроме того, ИСРО намерена запустить три тяжелых спутника связи: "Джисат-5" и "Джисат-6" с космодрома на острове Шрихарикота на востоке Индии.

Спутник "Джисат-8T" планируется запустить на французской ракете "Ариан" в конце 2010 или начале 2011 года. В 2011 году будет запущен спутник "Гилас" в интересах "дочки" ИСРО, корпорации Antrix, сказал Радхакришнан.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Leroy от 01.04.2010 14:08:59
Цитата15:28 31/03/2010
В финансовом году 2009-10, который завершается в среду, ИСРО запустила всего три спутника: "Оушнсат-2" (вместе с шестью наноспутниками), "Ритсат-2" и микроспутник "Анусат".
Правильно - "Рисат-2" (RISAT-2)

ЦитатаТакже намечен запуск несколько позже в текущем году спутников дистанционного зондирования Земли "Ресурссат-2", "Рисат-2" и "Мега Тропик".
"Рисат-2" уже запущен. Очевидно, имеется в виду "Рисат-1".
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 14:18:31
Ну там много чего. Мне вот "Гилас" очень понравился. :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 15:42:00
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Politics/Nation/India-plans-to-launch-10-satellites-every-year/articleshow/5745776.cms
ЦитатаIndia plans to launch 10 satellites every year
31 Mar 2010, 1115 hrs IST,IANS

Indian Space Research Organisation
BANGALORE: Indian space scientists and engineers are bracing up to

launch an average of 10 satellites per year to meet the rising demand for

 various space applications, including communications and remote sensing, a top space scientist said.

"We are planning to launch 10 satellites per year, beginning fiscal 2010-11. We have a series of satellites and launch vehicles at various stages of preparation," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan told IANS.

Though the state-run space agency was to launch five satellites in this fiscal (2009-10), it could launch only three -- Oceansat-2, Risat-2 (radar imaging satellite) in association with Israeli Aerospace Industries, and Anusat, a micro-satellite. Oceansat-2 also carried six nano-satellites of foreign countries as additional payloads.

The launch of two satellites -- GSAT-4 and Cartosat-2B -- got delayed due to unavoidable reasons, one of them being further flight duration tests of 800 seconds (13.3 minutes) conducted for the indigenous cryogenic engine to be used for the first time in the heavy rocket GSLV-D3 (geo-synchronous satellite launch vehicle).

Hitherto, the space agency used Russian cryogenic engines in heavy rockets for launching above two-tonne class spacecraft.

"We have concluded our review meetings to launch satellites for communications and remote sensing. In the immediate, we are launching one satellite in April and another in May. Our target date for launch of GSAT-4 is mid-April and we are working towards it," Radhakrishnan said.

The space agency is set to keep the window open April 15-19 for launching the 2.2-tonne GSAT-4 onboard GSLV-D3 from its Satish Dhawan space centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, about 80 km north-east of Chennai.

The space centre is scheduled to move the 440-tonne rocket to the second launch pad at the spaceport April 7-8 with the technology demonstrator satellite (GSAT-4).

"Early May, we plan to launch the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV-C15) to carry Cartosat-2B, an Algerian satellite, and two micro satellites -- Youthsat from Canada and Studsat built by college students from Karnataka," the chairman said.
http://www.spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаMay 5    PSLV  •  Cartosat 2B & SRE 2
Launch time: TBD
Launch site: Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India

India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) will launch the Cartosat 2B remote sensing satellite and a recoverable capsule called SRE 2 that will return to Earth. [March 29]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 15:51:52
http://en.rian.ru/world/20100331/158380524.html
Цитата16:2131/03/2010

India is planning to launch an average of 10 satellites per year to meet the demand for various space applications, an Indian news agency said citing a top space official.

The current ambitions of the 47-year-old national space program could vastly expand India's international profile in space and catapult it into a space race with Russia, the United States and China.

"We are planning to launch 10 satellites per year, beginning fiscal year 2010-11 [starts April 1]," the IANS agency quoted Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan as saying.

"We have a series of satellites and launch vehicles at various stages of preparation," the scientist said.

For the past four decades, India has launched more than 50 satellites for various scientific and technological applications such as mobile communications, meteorological observations and disaster warning.

However, last year the ISRO could launch only three satellites - Oceansat-2, Risat-2 and Anusat - out of the planned five.

This year, the Indian space agency initially plans to launch the 2.2-tonne GSAT-4 onboard domestically-developed GSLV-D3 (geo-synchronous satellite launch vehicle) in mid-April.

"Early in May, we plan to launch the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV-C15) to carry Cartosat-2B, an Algerian satellite, and two micro satellites -- Youthsat from Canada and Studsat built by college students from Karnataka," K. Radhakrishnan said.

ISRO is also working on launching Earth remote-sensing satellites Resourcesat-2, Risat-1 and Mega-Tropiques and three communications satellites later this year.

"In fiscal 2011-12 we plan to launch about 10 satellites, including Saral, Insat-3D, GSAT-9, GSAT-12, GSAT-10P, IRNSS 1& 2 (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System), Astrosat and Aditya-1," the official said.

NEW DELHI, March 31 (RIA Novosti)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 16:12:42
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/India_Developing_Winged_Reusable_Rocket_999.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 16:19:21
http://beta.thehindu.com/news/states/karnataka/article347010.ece
Цитата10 satellites per year to imporove remote sensing in India
Posted by IANS in News on March 31st, 2010 | no responses

Bangalore, March 31 (Coal Geology) Indian space scientists and engineers are bracing up to launch an average of 10 satellites per year to meet the rising demand for various space applications, including communications and remote sensing, a top space scientist said.

'We are planning to launch 10 satellites per year, beginning fiscal 2010-11. We have a series of satellites and launch vehicles at various stages of preparation,' Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K. Radhakrishnan told IANS.

Though the state-run space agency was to launch five satellites in this fiscal (2009-10), it could launch only three -- Oceansat-2, Risat-2 (radar imaging satellite) in association with Israeli Aerospace Industries, and Anusat, a micro-satellite. Oceansat-2 also carried six nano-satellites of foreign countries as additional payloads.

The launch of two satellites -- GSAT-4 and Cartosat-2B -- got delayed due to unavoidable reasons, one of them being further flight duration tests of 800 seconds (13.3 minutes) conducted for the indigenous cryogenic engine to be used for the first time in the heavy rocket GSLV-D3 (geo-synchronous satellite launch vehicle).

Hitherto, the space agency used Russian cryogenic engines in heavy rockets for launching above two-tonne class spacecraft.

'We have concluded our review meetings to launch satellites for communications and remote sensing. In the immediate, we are launching one satellite in April and another in May. Our target date for launch of GSAT-4 is mid-April and we are working towards it,' Radhakrishnan said.

The space agency is set to keep the window open April 15-19 for launching the 2.2-tonne GSAT-4 onboard GSLV-D3 from its Satish Dhawan space centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, about 80 km north-east of Chennai.

The space centre is scheduled to move the 440-tonne rocket to the second launch pad at the spaceport April 7-8 with the technology demonstrator satellite (GSAT-4).

'Early May, we plan to launch the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV-C15) to carry Cartosat-2B, an Algerian satellite, and two micro satellites -- Youthsat from Canada and Studsat built by college students from Karnataka,' the chairman said.

The GSAT-4 will be launched into the geo-stationary transfer orbit (GTO) using the cryogenic upper stage of the GSLV-D3.

'As an advanced communication satellite, the GSAT-4 will have multibeam Ka-band regenerative transponders. It will also carry GPS (global positioning system) augmented navigation system in C, L1 and L5 bands as an additional payload,' Radhakrishnan, a rocket scientist, noted.

As part of its advance preparation, ISRO is also working on launching a Resourcesat-2, Risat-1 and Mega-Tropiques in the remote sensing area during the later part of this year.

'In the communications area, we are lining up three heavy satellites -- GSAT-5 and GSAT-6 from Sriharikota and GSAT-8P onboard the Ariane launch vehicle from Korou in French Guayana -- by this year-end or early 2011,' Radhakrishna said.

ISRO plans to put up Hylas satellite of its commercial arm Antrix before March 2011.

Noting that demand for multiple satellites in communications and remote sensing areas would increase in the coming years to meet the diverse needs of a booming economy, the chairman said the space agency was preparing to launch 10-12 satellites a year hereafter.

'In fiscal 2011-12 too, we plan to launch about 10 satellites, including Saral, Insat-3D, GSAT-9, GSAT-12, GSAT-10P, IRNSS 1& 2 (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System), Astrosat and Aditya-1,' Radhakrishnan pointed out.

ISRO uses the Indian National Satellite (INSAT) series for telecommunication, television broadcasting and meteorological services and Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites for resources monitoring and management.

The PSLV is used for launching remote sensing satellites into polar orbits and GSLV for launching communication and meteorological satellites into geo-synchronous transfer orbit.

'For launching four-tonne class satellites into GTO, we are developing GSLV-Mark III. We have already carried the static testing of the advance rocket's solid booster, which will be the third largest of its kind in the world,' he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.04.2010 17:10:26
http://www.livemint.com/2010/03/23214453/Isro-unit-to-start-building-sp.html
ЦитатаIsro unit to start building space capsule for manned mission
Ensuring the safe return of the occupants of the capsule, which will be launched by a rocket, will be critical
K. Raghu

Bangalore: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will begin building a space capsule to carry two astronauts on its maiden manned mission, scheduled to take place by 2016.

Isro's satellite centre will fabricate the three-member capsule using anthropometric data, or information on physical attributes peculiar to Indians. The centre will also bridge the gap in developing key restricted technologies and help plan for future missions to the moon.

Also See Mission Plan (Graphics) (http://www.livemint.com/2010/03/23214453/FE54B34D-4AF6-4D27-B2AC-348B2F923CA3ArtVPF.pdf)

Unlike the US space shuttles that glide in from space to land on a runway on their return, India will follow the Russian and Chinese method of recovering the space capsule after it drops into the ocean.

Ensuring the safe return of the occupants of the capsule, which will be launched by a rocket, will be critical.

"Reliability should be one order high. We can't risk human life. They should be 100% safe," said S. Ramakrishnan, chief executive of the human space flight programme at Isro. "We need to build multiple redundant environments, a crew escape system at every stage to bring them back safe to earth."

As part of the preparatory effort, a team of Indian astronauts will take part in one of Russia's manned missions, Ramakrishnan said. Rakesh Sharma, India's first astronaut, flew on a Soviet space mission in 1984.

The government is yet to give its nod for the Rs10,000 crore project, which will put India in a select club of nations that includes the US, Russia and China, which have undertaken manned space missions. So far, the government has sanctioned Rs380 crore for preliminary work.

"We are awaiting the project approval. Once we get it, work will begin full swing, " said S. Satish, Isro spokesperson. The Planning Commission gave its nod to the programme in February last year.

Isro will work with other national bodies such as the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), the National Aerospace Laboratories, the Armed Forces and academic institutions such as the Indian Institute of Science and the Indian Institutes of Technology for the manned mission, more than five decades after Yuri Gagarin made the first ever such trip in 1961.

The capsule for the one-week mission in low-earth orbit will have an earth-like atmosphere with oxygen supply and a real-time health monitoring system for the safety of the astronauts. Initial work on a space suit has begun at the Defence Bioengineering and Electromedical Laboratory, or Debel, a unit of DRDO in Bangalore, said C.V. Padaki, director at Debel.

Simultaneously, Isro is validating key systems for life support, rescue and recovery apart from new mission-management and control systems for the programme. Besides the astronaut training centre in Bangalore, a new launch pad for the manned mission is being built at Sriharikota on the eastern coast.

Isro first tested its capsule recovery technology in 2007, which involved heat-resistant materials necessary for the re-entry. Isro will conduct at least two unmanned space missions in the next four years.

"Building technology takes time, but the confidence we build through this project is enormous. It will take us to the next level," said Roddam Narasimha, one of India's foremost aerospace scientists.

The Institute of Aerospace Medicine (IAM), a unit of the Indian Air Force in Bangalore, has been studying pilots and the way their bodies behave in fighter jets and test conditions that replicate the vacuum of outer space. In the next two-three years, IAM will shortlist pilots who will be trained to become astronauts, from which the final two will be selected. "While we do this, we are also upgrading our existing infrastructure to train the astronauts," said Air Marshal P. Madhusoodanan, director-general of medical services.

The rocket for the mission, known as the Human Space Flight Programme, is still to be proven. India's heaviest rocket will blast off later this year: a geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle, with an indigenous cryogenic stage--an engine powered by liquefied oxygen and hydrogen that can hurl large communication satellites into orbit.

Isro's challenges include the rocket having to be man-rated, which means having an error of one in 1,000 operations, before it can be used to send up an astronaut. Once proven, it can launch a 10-tonne space capsule in lower-earth orbit carrying three astronauts, said Ramakrishnan.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.04.2010 15:29:50
http://isro.org/scripts/futureprogramme.aspx#Forth
ЦитатаForthcoming Satellites

CARTOSAT-2B   The Cartosat-2B satellite, a follow on of Cartosat-2A, weighing around 690 kg, is configured to provide multi-scene imaging capability during a pass. This advanced remote sensing satellite will be carrying onboard a single panchromatic camera providing scene specific spot imageries (better than 1 m spatial resolution) for cartographic and a host of other civilian applications. The satellite is highly agile having a capability of steering along and across the track up to ± 45
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.04.2010 00:41:51
ISRO annual report for 2009-2010 (http://www.isro.org/rep2010/citizens.htm)

(http://s56.radikal.ru/i151/1004/a6/b39dcb07f026.jpg) (http://www.isro.org/rep2010/image/mission-profilenew.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.04.2010 01:36:58
Состоявшиеся пуски

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
5 июня - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) - ПО
август - RESOURCESAT-2, Sathyabama satellite, X-Sat, CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-C16 - ПО
сентябрь - GSAT-5P(INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F05 (Mk.I) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.I) - ПО
третий квартал - RISAT-1  - PSLV-C17 (XL) - ПО
конец года или 2011 - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - YOUTHSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
второй квартал - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV-C18 - ПО
второй квартал - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, CubeSats - PSLV-C19 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F07 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV-F08 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1, IRNSS-2 - PSLV-C20 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
первый квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV- D01 (Mk III) - ПО
первый квартал - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C21 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3, SRE-2 - PSLV-C22 - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-C23 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-C24 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3, IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV-F10 (Mk.II) - ПО

2013
первый квартал - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV- D02 (Mk III) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

2017
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.04.2010 01:40:47
http://www.asianage.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7470:india-to-fly-own-space-shuttle-in-a-year-isro&catid=34:top-story&Itemid=59
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.04.2010 01:54:42
http://www.livemint.com/2009/07/24214317/Isro-to-launch-GSAT11-with-40.html
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/india-news/approval-for-gsat-11-communication-satellite_100222234.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.04.2010 09:14:47
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg570133#msg570133
ЦитатаRe: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #546 on: 04/07/2010 05:30 PM »
   
A few things.

1. Can-X4 and Can-X5 may not be in the list of satellites in PSLV C15 launch. They have different orbital parameters.
http://www.utias-sfl.net/SpecialProjects/LaunchIndex.html
2.Youthsat of Russia, may be in the list. The orbital parameters listed for youthsat are same as that of Cartosat-2B.
http://isro.org/scripts/futureprogramme.aspx#Space
3.We missed AISsat and Tlsat-1
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSLV

But we may not be sure until the last few days before launch...when the actual list is published.
http://www.spacecentre.no/?module=Articles;action=Article.publicShow;ID=51389
ЦитатаAISSat-1 - the facts

AISSat-1 is the first Norwegian satellite developed in Norway. It will be launched from India in late March or early April.

Christer Aasen, Nettredakt
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.04.2010 15:24:22
http://www.brite-constellation.at/
ЦитатаBRITE-Constellation consists of UniBRITE and BRITE-AUSTRIA (TUG-SAT1), two 20 cm cube nanosatellites. Each will fly a small aperture telescope with a CCD camera to perform high-precision two-color photometry of the brightest stars in the sky (d 4th mag) continuously for up to several years.
The primary science goals are studies of massive and luminous stars in our neighbourhood, representing objects which dominate the ecology of our Universe, and also evolved stars (giants) to probe the future development of our Sun. The wide field cameras (24°) will also obtain data from other scientifically interesting stars to investigate their stellar structure and evolution.
All of that is enabled by innovative technology currently developed in collaboration between Canada and Austria. A launch of UniBRITE and BRITE-AUSTRIA in early 2011 in envisioned. An expansion proposal of the BRITE-Constellation by two additional spacecraft of same build, to be funded by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), is currently under review.
http://www.utias-sfl.net/nanosatellites/CanX3/
ЦитатаThe CanX-3 - BRITE Mission  
       
CanX-3, also known as BRIght-star Target Explorer (BRITE), is a mission planned to make photometric observations of some of the brightest starts in the sky in order to examine these stars for variability. The observations will have a precision at least 10 times better than achievable using ground-based observations, and it will be packaged inside a CanX-class nanosatellite.

The Principal Investigator for the BRITE mission is Professor Anthony F. J. Moffat D
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.04.2010 00:30:52
Цитата
ЦитатаApril 15, 2010       PRINT THIS PAGE  
Flight testing of the Indigenous Cryogenic Stage in GSLV-D3 Mission not successful

The flight-testing of the indigenous Cryogenic Engine and the Stage conducted in the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSLV-D3 this afternoon (April 15, 2010) was not successful.

GSLV-D3 vehicle lifted off as planned at 16:27 hrs after a countdown procedure lasting for 29 hours. The countdown went off as planned. GSLV-D3 vehicle performance was normal up to the end of the second stage (GS2) till 293 seconds.

Afterwards, the Cryogenic Stage was to ignite and burn for about 720 seconds to provide the necessary velocity to inject GSAT-4 Satellite into the intended Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit. It is yet to be ascertained whether the cryogenic engine did ignite. The vehicle was seen tumbling, lost altitude and finally splashed down in the sea.

Detailed analysis of the flight data is being carried out to find out the exact reasons for the failure and take corrective measures to realise the next flight test of the indigenous Cryogenic Engine and Stage within the next one year.

http://www.isro.org/pressrelease/scripts/pressreleasein.aspx?Apr15_2010
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.04.2010 03:39:21
http://netindian.in/news/2010/04/13/0006154/isro-chief-says-approval-indian-astronaut-programme-likely-soon
ЦитатаISRO chief says approval for Indian astronaut programme likely soon

NetIndian News Network
New Delhi, April 13, 2010

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman K Radhakrishnan said the Government was likely to announce India's indigenous astronaut launch programme, involving the launching of Indian astronauts using an Indian rocket from Indian soil, within a couple of months.

In an interview to NDTV, Dr Radharkishnan said that while the technical capabilities existed, the Government was yet to give its nod for ISRO's approval.

He said the approval for the Rs 12,400 crore venture might come soon, even before Independence Day.

"We expect that the government will give us approval in a couple of months," he said.

He said the proposal was to put two Indian astronauts in space. With this, India will join a select club of the United States, Russia and China which have such human space flight capabilities.

According to Dr Radhakrishnan, ISRO was ready to launch Indian astronauts by 2017. "As of now what we have is a pre-project study," he said.

He said the programme would be implemented in phases. The first phase is to test the unmanned crew module; a service module in space four years from now. After that the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) will be used to launch the Indian astronauts, he said.

He said the Rs 12,400 crores would be needed over seven years for setting up of several ground facilities like launch pads, the mission control centre, astronaut training centre, all permanent assets.

"What goes into the orbit will be [costing] about three to four thousand crores," he said.

Dr Radhakrishnan said India's space programme had given back to the country much more than what had been put into it by the Government, citing the direct benefits accruing from the remote sensing and communication satellites, among other things.

"So when this programme is proved in the human space flight, with the long term vision that we have, 30- 40 years from now, probably you could have a new source of energy. You will have several technologies which will be giving benefit to the other sectors in the economy," he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.04.2010 03:43:40
http://www.thehindu.com/2010/04/16/stories/2010041663071400.htm
Цитата"GSLV-D3 failure will not affect Chandrayaan-2"

T.S. Subramanian

We have a long way to go and we will do that in the coming year, says ISRO chief

No plans to recover GSLV-D3 stages from the Bay of Bengal: ISRO chief

Cryogenic technology is the most complex of all types of rocket propulsion: Ramakrishnan

SRIHARIKOTA: The failure of the GSLV-D3 mission on Thursday will not have an impact on the Chandrayaan-2 mission scheduled for 2013, according to K. Radhakrishnan, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

The GSLV-D3, which was launched amidst high hopes, having been powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine for the first time, ended in failure after the cryogenic engine failed to ignite. As per the ISRO's plans, it is a GSLV powered by an indigenous cryogenic engine that will put Chandrayaan-2 in orbit. The Chandrayaan-2 mission will also put a lander-cum-rover on the lunar soil.

The GSLV-D3 mission had three objectives: to develop and launch an indigenous cryogenic stage with the engine and associated systems; to evaluate the performance of the indigenous cryogenic stage and engine; and to put the communication satellite GSAT-4 into orbit. Only the first objective was achieved, the ISRO Chairman said.

S. Ramakrishnan, Director (Projects), Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, said the cryogenic technology was the most complex of all types of rocket propulsion. France and the U.S. had also met with failures in using cryogenic engines. "Failures in cryogenic technology are not unusual. It is difficult to test the cryogenic engine even on the ground. We are disappointed. But we will overcome [the problems]," said Mr. Ramakrishnan

The GSLV-D3 rocket, including the indigenous cryogenic stage, cost Rs.180 crore. The ISRO spent Rs.36 crore to develop its own cryogenic stage with the engine. GSAT-4 cost Rs.130 crore.

Dr. Radhakrishnan said the cryogenic technology, which enabled communication satellites to be put into a geo-synchronous transfer orbit at an altitude of 36,000 km, was a highly complex technology. The GSLV-D3 mission was not successful and "we have to face it," he said. "We have a long way to go and we will do that in the coming year [by launching GSLV with an indigenous cryogenic engine] ... We have to work with dedication and I am sure Team ISRO will do it." He refuted suggestions that there was a problem with the design of the GSLV because three out of the six GSLV missions from 2001 had failed.

GSLV-D3 is the sixth GSLV mission.

Dr. Radhakrishnan said there were no plans to recover the GSLV-D3 stages from the Bay of Bengal as the ISRO did when its GSLV flight failed in 2006.

Next flight

The next GSLV flight would take place in September this year but it would use a Russian cryogenic engine. It would put into the orbit a communication satellite named GSAT-5B. Another GSLV flight, also powered by a Russian cryogenic engine, would put GSAT-6 into the orbit.

PSLV launch

Meanwhile, a core-alone Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) of the ISRO is scheduled to lift off from the first launch pad at Sriharikota between May 8 and 10. It has already been fully integrated at the first launch pad. It will put Cartosat-2B, an Algerian satellite, two nano satellites from the Norwegian defence establishment and Switzerland, and a Studsat into the orbit.

The Studsat has been built by students of colleges in Hyderabad and Bangalore.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.04.2010 04:28:56
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/64098/isro-rules-sabotage-gslv-launch.html
ЦитатаBut the next 'GSLV' flight with indigenous cryogenic engine would have to wait at least a year, he noted. Defending the cost competitiveness of GSLV, Dr Radhakrishnan said that the cryogenic engines were still 50 per cent lower cheaper than importing it.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.04.2010 23:20:12
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/ISRO-to-launch-Cartosat-2B-on-May-9-/articleshow/5821557.cms
ЦитатаISRO to launch Cartosat-2B on May 9
PTI, Apr 16, 2010, 05.33pm IST

BANGALORE: Undeterred by the GSLV-D3 mission failure, India is going ahead with the launch of an advanced remote-sensing satellite Cartosat-2B, now tentatively fixed for May 9 from Sriharikota spaceport.

The high-resolution spacecraft, designed for an operational life of five years, is slated to be launched from the first launchpad on May 9 around 10 am, ISRO spokesperson S Satish told said here on Friday.

Thursday's GSLV-D3 mission to flight-test the indigenous cryogenic engine and stage for the first time ended in failure after the rocket veered off course and plunged into the sea.

GSLV and PSLV missions are independent of each other. ISRO officials said there is no change in its earlier announced plans to launch PSLV in the first half of May -- now fixed for May nine.

"It (Cartosat-2B) will give pictures of 0.8 metre resolution," ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan has said. In simple terms, the single panchromatic camera on board this cartographic satellite would be able to identify and take pictures of a moving car.

Thus, this highly-agile satellite, weighing around 690 kg, is expected to give a boost to the tasks of infrastructure and urban planning. The camera provides scene specific spot imageries for cartographic and a host of other civilian applications.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.04.2010 22:40:43
http://www.isro.org/pressrelease/scripts/pressreleasein.aspx?Apr29_2010
ЦитатаApril 29, 2010
Launch of PSLV-C15 Rescheduled

The launch of ISRO`s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C15) fixed for May 9, 2010 has been rescheduled. A marginal drop in the pressure in second stage of the vehicle was noticed during the mandatory checks carried out on the PSLV-C15 vehicle. The new date for the launch of PSLV-C15 mission will be decided after preliminary results of the analysis are obtained.

PSLV-C15 is planned to launch India`s Cartosat-2B, an Algerian satellite ALSAT-2A, two nano satellites NLS 6.1 and NLS 6.2 from University of Toronto, Canada and STUDSAT, a satellite built by students from academic institutions in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.04.2010 16:10:33
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Indian-satellite-launch-postponed-to-June/articleshow/5875446.cms
ЦитатаCHENNAI: The Indian space agency is likely to launch its rocket, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C15), carrying its cartography satellite Cartosat-2B and couple of other payloads, sometime in June.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.05.2010 12:55:35
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg592536#msg592536
Цитата
Цитата
ЦитатаCARTOSAT-2B is postponed to the second week of July 2010...
Are you sure that is for the second week of July ?
May be for the second week of June  :(
I am sure. No word on why yet.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.05.2010 18:41:28
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/India/Dedicated-satellite-for-Navy-by-year-end/articleshow/5950179.cms
ЦитатаDedicated satellite for Navy by year-end
Rajat Pandit, TNN, May 20, 2010, 01.46am IST

NEW DELHI: India's first dedicated military satellite should be up in space well within a year. Indian Space Research Organisation has fixed the "launch window'' of the naval communication and surveillance satellite between December 2010 and March 2011.

The defence establishment was slightly worried ISRO might not be able to stick to the planned launch window after the failure of the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV-D3) in mid-April, which was launched with the new indigenously-developed cryogenic engine.

"But ISRO has assured us the naval satellite, with an around 1,000 nautical mile footprint over Indian Ocean, will be launched as slated... The project cost is Rs 950 crore. IAF and Army satellites will follow in a couple of years,'' said a senior MoD official on Wednesday.

This comes even as the top Navy brass, led by Admiral Nirmal Verma, is currently discussing the intricacies of "navy-wide network-centric operations'' and "maritime domain awareness'', both of which hinge on dedicated satellite capabilities, during the ongoing naval commanders' conference here.

Coupled with induction of eight P-8i long-range maritime patrol aircraft between 2013 and 2017 under a $2.1-billion deal inked with US, the geo-stationary satellite will ensure a quantum jump in Navy's C4ISR (command, control, communication, computer, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance) capabilities.

Though India sees its primary area of strategic interest stretching from Persian Gulf to Malacca Strait, Navy as of now does not have "dedicated sensors'' which can provide it with a "clear picture of all actors'' in the constantly changing maritime environment.

The dedicated satellite will help Navy network all its warships, submarines and aircraft among themselves as well as with operational centres ashore through high-speed data-links. "Maritime threats can then be detected and shared in real-time to ensure swift reaction,'' said an officer.

Indian armed forces have long used "dual use'' satellites like Cartosat-I, Cartosat-II and Cartosat-IIA, among others, but it will only be now that they will get dedicated satellites of their own.

This is in keeping with the Defence Space Vision-2020, which identifies intelligence, reconnaissance, surveillance, communication and navigation as the thrust areas in Phase-I till 2012. The need to keep "real-time'' tabs on enemy troop movements, warships, airbases, missile silos and the like cannot be over-emphasised.

There are, for instance, around 300 dedicated or dual-use military satellites orbiting around the earth at present. The US, of course, leads the pack, owning 50% of them, followed by Russia and China.

India, however, has been slow to react to even China's huge strides in the military use of space, which was rudely brought home by Beijing's test of an ASAT (anti-satellite) weapon in January 2007. The government, for instance, is still reluctant to establish a full-fledged Aerospace Command despite the armed forces demanding it for years.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.05.2010 21:50:40
Состоявшиеся пуски

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 ЛМВ - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени
12 июля  - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) -  07:53 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

сентябрь - RESOURCESAT-2, Sathyabama satellite, X-Sat, CANX-4, CANX-5, SRMSat  - PSLV-C16 - ПО
сентябрь - GSAT-5P(INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F05 (Mk.I) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.I) - ПО
третий квартал - RISAT-1, AISat - PSLV-C17 (XL) - ПО
конец года или 2011 - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
ПО - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, CubeSats - PSLV-C18 - ПО
декабрь - Navy Communications Satellite - GSLV(ПО) - (или первый квартал 2011)

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - YOUTHSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - NLS-8, CubeSats - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2011
второй квартал - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО), UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Max Valier - PSLV-C19 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F07 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV-F08 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1, IRNSS-2 - PSLV-C20 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
первый квартал - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
первый квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C21 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3, SRE-2 - PSLV-C22 - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-C23 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-C24 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3, IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV-F10 (Mk.II) - ПО

2013
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

2017
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.06.2010 03:56:37
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_generic.jsp?channel=awst&id=news/awst/2010/06/14/AW_06_14_2010_p62-231468.xml&headline=India%20Is%20A%20Spacefaring%20Nation
ЦитатаIndia Is A Spacefaring Nation

Jun 11, 2010

 By Frank Morring, Jr., Neelam Mathews
Bengaluru, Bengaluru

India's recent failure to orbit a satellite with an indigenous cryogenic upper-stage engine--after a decade of trying--will slow the country's ambitious space program, but it is not likely to stop it.

Plans to send astronauts to orbit on an Indian launch vehicle depend on making the engine work, and India's space program has a long history of overcoming setbacks on its own. As it does, it is becoming a respected member of the international spacefaring club in its own right.

Loss of the first launch vehicle to fly with the Indian cryogenic engine was a setback, but there is so much momentum in India's space enterprise that its launch campaign continues with the orbiting this summer of Cartosat 2B on a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

That mission continues India's focus on Earth observation from space to help its huge population, particularly in the countryside. The push to develop a cryogenic upper stage for its space launch vehicles has more of an urban thrust, and the nascent human spaceflight program epitomizes it. As they struggle to find out why their new cryogenic engine apparently failed its first flight test, Indian rocket engineers are gaining valuable experience that government planners fully expect will help underpin India's 21st century high-tech economy. The excitement of sending humans into space is calculated to maintain public interest in the effort.

Even with the delay in its human spaceflight plans, this South Asian nation's long-running program to bring the benefits of space to its rural population is steadily moving beyond national borders and low Earth orbit to closer cooperation with other spacefaring nations on Earth-observation and robotic deep-space exploration. As its hardware delivers urban expertise to more and more of India's 600,000 villages, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is overcoming years of Cold War isolation to make considerable contributions to international exploration efforts.

Take the Moon. ISRO's Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter provided a platform for a U.S.-built instrument that proved once and for all there is water on Earth's natural satellite. The piggyback instrument may have been provided by scientists at Brown University in Providence, R.I., but the data it delivered was retrieved by an Indian dish antenna in a radio-quiet valley an hour's drive from the center of this high-tech city of six million.

Chandrayaan-2 is already in the works. It will include an Indian-built rover that will trundle another international instrument package across the lunar surface, studying its chemical composition with sophisticated in situ instrumentation. India will build the rocket that sends it to space, and the orbiter that will position it for landing. But the lander itself will be provided by Russia's venerable Lavochkin Association, based on the landers that took the Soviet Lunokhod rovers to the Moon's surface in the early 1970s.

As typified by the ongoing effort to build an indigenous cryogenic rocket engine, ISRO has a long history of developing its own spaceflight hardware. But it will also buy space equipment abroad, if its managers decide that is the best way to go. For example, India will need a large centrifuge for the astronaut training center it is planning here, and it is looking abroad to acquire one.

India also could buy cryogenic upper-stage engines elsewhere --it has been using Russian cryo-engines to launch satellites for years. But that would deprive its propulsion engineers of the experience they will gain in developing the technology. Like neighboring China, India is as interested in the economic and political benefits of space exploration as in the scientific take, and its leaders do not pretend otherwise.

"The Indian space program is now on the threshold of a transition into developing newer capabilities, perspective and direction for ensuring enhanced significance in the national scene and gaining international leadership in a few selected areas," says K. Radhakrishnan, the new chairman of India's Space Commission and head of ISRO. "Space should become the bedrock on which the national systems for societal and other national imperatives are built up. Space should emerge as a catalyst for breeding self-reliance in critical technologies."

Radhakrishnan's remarks in a speech at the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIM-B), his alma mater, are illustrated in the ambitious plan he is outlining for ISRO after only half a year in office. Building on the work of his predecessor, G. Madhavan Nair, Radhakrishnan is overseeing a program of scientific and technical missions in parallel with upgrades to the communications and Earth-observation spacecraft that are ISRO's traditional core.

As ISRO branches out into new activities, a lot of the outside attention has gone to its fledgling human spaceflight work, which could make India only the fourth nation to send people into space. While delayed by the April 15 upper-stage failure, and funded only through unmanned orbital flights of the spacecraft being designed to take crews to space, India's human program is moving toward selection of the nation's first astronauts. The choice, Radhakrishnan says, will not be limited to military pilots, as in China, but open to civilian scientists of both genders as well (see p. 65).

India also is moving beyond low Earth orbit with its second lunar probe, and preparing to peer even deeper into the Universe with its first space telescope.

Teams of Lavochkin engineers from Moscow can be seen eating together in the spacious dining hall of the ISRO Satellite Center here, where Chandrayaan-1 was built. But they are strictly in a supporting role, reprising their Lunokhod lander for the Indian rover that will descend from the Indian orbiter to ride on Indian lightweight motorized composite wheels across the lunar surface.

T.K. Alex, director of the Satellite Center, says the rover--and the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter overhead--will draw on the lessons of Chandrayaan-1 to carry on with the science the first orbiter started.

"It is a continuation of the previous mission," Alex says. "The capabilities will be enhanced."

Chandrayaan-1 eventually failed in orbit, just as it was beginning bistatic observations with NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (AW&ST Sept. 7, 2009, p. 28 ). The harsh thermal environment over the Moon's surface probably contributed to the failure, and the lessons learned from operating Chandrayaan-1 will be applied to its successor spacecraft, Alex says. For example, the new orbiter, essentially a twin of the first one, will have more capable radiators to cope with the combined heat of the direct Sun and solar energy reflected up from the surface.

A scientific advisory board is helping ISRO select instruments for Chandrayaan-2, which will continue its earlier work in exploring the structure and origin of Earth's natural satellite. As was the case with Chandrayaan-1, ISRO has invited foreign participation in the new mission, and foreign proposals are among those in the running to fly on it.

Some Indian instruments already have been chosen, Alex says. The 15-kg. (33-lb.), 10-watt, solar-powered rover will include a laser ablation tool for spectral analysis of rocks and soil, and video cameras for navigation. Set for launch on a Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mk.II) in 2013, Chandrayaan-2 will follow essentially the same trajectory to the Moon as its predecessor: a series of longer and longer elliptical orbits that will eventually bring it into the lunar gravity well, where the orbiter thrusters will circularize its orbit. The orbiter is expected to last longer than the rover, continuing the mapping and analysis work started with Chandrayaan-1.

ISRO is also branching into space astronomy with Astrosat, a 1,500-kg. orbiting telescope set for launch next year on a PSLV. From its planned 650-km. (404-mi.) orbit, the scientific spacecraft will conduct simultaneous observations in X-ray and ultraviolet wavelengths with two 20-cm. (8-in.) collecting mirrors, plus a grazing-angle mirror for soft and hard X-rays. The three instruments are in preparation, and the satellite's engineering model has gone through thermal vacuum qualification at the ISRO Satellite Integration and Test Establishment (Isite), which houses a 6.5-meter (21-ft.) thermal vacuum chamber, a 29-ton vibration table and a compact antenna test facility.

Those facilities should get plenty of use in the years to come. A national program in planetary science and exploration, known as Planex, is developing long- and short-term strategies for ISRO's Advisory Committee for Space Research. Planex is running 15 projects and considering three more. It also organizes workshops on potential areas of study, and conducts research with data already at hand.

That includes ongoing analysis of the 5 terabytes of data generated by Chandrayaan-1 and its lunar impactor, which is maintained at the new Indian Space Science Data Center near the Indian Deep Space Network antenna farm, and at an undisclosed second location for backup.

ISRO experts also are focusing on characterizing radiation signatures from planetary surfaces to develop instruments for future missions. The work includes the study of meteorites, such as the Sulagiri meteorite that fell in India's Tamil Nadu state on Sept. 12, 2008.

The Indian Deep Space Network is based at Byalalu, in a sheltered valley below Savandurga Mountain on the outskirts of sprawling Bengaluru. The Byalalu facility boasts an 18-meter tracking antenna and the 32-meter antenna designed and built in India for Chandrayaan-1. With X- and S-band uplink and downlink capability, the big dish boasts a "periscope" wave guide from its antenna to receivers in its base for better energy efficiency than would be possible with cables.

Beyond India, ISRO maintains a worldwide tracking network, with dedicated antennas and cooperative arrangements. That system, known as the ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command network, was used during the Chandrayaan-1 mission, but it was built to support the broader Indian satellite constellation aimed at serving the villages.

"It is very important," says Radhakrishnan. "Because we are using space in every walk of life, space is touching the life of the common man, directly and indirectly."

Before being named ISRO chairman, Radhakrishnan was directly involved in using India's communications and Earth-observation satellites to help guide the response to the Dec. 26, 2004, tsunami that ravaged India's southeast coast, and upgrade space-based disaster early warning services afterward. In a country with about 200 political districts prone to some kind of natural disaster, the connectivity and broad view available from space are invaluable.

"When there is a disaster, the first thing that will go out is the power and the communications," he says. "So you have communications established through satellites. And [next], when there is a disaster, you have relief operations that need spatial data, which comes from remote-sensing."

The new Cartosat 2B is the latest in the Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) series of spacecraft, a follow-on to Cartosat 2A that was launched April 28, 2008. Its utility will go far beyond natural disasters. With a panchromatic resolution better than 1 meter, it approximates the international standard for commercial remote-sensing spacecraft. The 690-kg. satellite will generate a revisit schedule of four to five days from its nominal 630-km. orbit, and can be dropped to 560 km. for daily passes over specific targets. It will produce a 9.6-km. swath, and can be tilted across or up and down its ground track as much as 45 deg.

Once it is fully checked out, Cartosat 2A will be the 11th operational IRS platform, providing data for land-use and resource management, mapping and disaster work. India's Earth resources constellation is one of the largest in the world, and provides some of the most direct benefits to rural Indians under the ISRO portfolio (see p. 66).

For example, the extensive cartographic database, coupled with a growing database on ground-water resources, can be tapped by ISRO specialists to help villagers find the best places to drill water wells. Offshore from the nation's 7,500 km. of coastline, satellite-generated data from spacecraft like Oceansat-2--launched Sept. 23, 2009--feed a system designed to help fishermen find their way to the catch more efficiently, cutting search time by an average of 70%, with a comparable saving in fuel costs.

"We have operational systems in the country where the fishermen are given advisories on where they can go and fish," says Radhakrishnan. "This information is available to them in the local language, on display boards in the fishing harbor."

That information can save the owner of a typical fishing boat as much as 2.6 million rupees ($55,278) a year in fuel, according to the ISRO chairman.

Long recognized as valuable by commercial purveyors of space-derived geospatial information, India's satellite Earth-observation skills are in growing demand by international weather and climate-monitoring organizations. Plans call for a PSLV this year to orbit the Franco-Indian Megha-Tropiques spacecraft, which will study atmospheric energy and moisture in the tropical regions. As interest grows in precise worldwide monitoring of sea level changes from the melting polar icecaps, Eumetsat and ISRO have signed an agreement to deliver ocean-height data from the forthcoming Satellite for Argos and Altika (Saral) spacecraft under development by ISRO and the French space agency CNES. ISRO may also feed Oceansat 2 ocean-winds data into the international database.

Within India, the communications satellites originally developed to leapfrog land-line installation and link the rural population with the rest of the nation have advanced along with the rest of the space infrastructure. GSAT-4, the experimental satellite lost in the April 15 cryogenic engine failure, included a multi-beam Ka-band transponder and plasma thrusters for stationkeeping.

Under a deal worked out by Antrix, ISRO's commercial arm, an Indian satellite bus, the I-2K, will form the basis of the EADS Astrium Hylas satellite to be launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 for Avanti Screenmedia to deliver direct-to-home HDTV over Western Europe. GSAT-8, based on the I-3K bus, is a 3,150-kg. spacecraft set to fly this year on an Ariane 5, carrying 18 Ku-band transponders and a GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation (Gagan) payload for regional service over India.

GSAT-6, tentatively scheduled for launch this year, is a consumer multimedia broadcast satellite that will use an indigenous, unfurlable antenna to aim five beams across Indian territory.

"We are now increasing the frequency of launch to at least six to seven launches per year, as compared two to three," says Radhakrishnan, proudly noting that India's space achievements have been obtained at relatively low cost compared to other spacefaring nations.

"We are able to make satellites and launch vehicles at almost half the cost of many other countries," he says, citing a study by the Madras School of Economics. "The amount of money that has gone into the program is almost 3 percent of what NASA has spent on the space program."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.06.2010 21:57:51
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-06-17/india-to-launch-five-satellites-after-fixing-rocket-anomaly-.html
ЦитатаIndia to Launch Five Satellites After Fixing Rocket 'Anomaly'
June 17, 2010, 6:22 AM EDT

By Jay Shankar

June 17 (Bloomberg) -- India plans to put five remote- sensing satellites into orbit in the first half of next month after fixing a rocket "anomaly" that forced it to delay launches in May.

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle will carry India's Cartosat-2B, Algeria's ALSAT-2A and two small satellites from the University of Toronto, P.S. Veeraraghavan, director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, said by phone today from the southern city of Thiruvananthapuram. The fifth unit will be a one-kilogram satellite built by Indian students, he said.

The agency, based in Thiruvananthapuram, has corrected the anomaly, which was in the second stage of the rocket, Veeraraghavan said. The delay had disrupted India's challenge to China, Japan, and South Korea as it competes for commercial- satellite launches.

In April, India also failed in its bid to join a group of five nations using their own rocket technology to launch large satellites into higher orbits when scientists lost control of the 50-meter (164 feet) GSLV-D3 spacecraft minutes after blastoff.

"The reasons for the failure are still being analyzed and we expect a report in a month's time," Veeraraghavan said.

India is planning a $2.5 billion unmanned mission to space by 2015 and is slated to launch a second unmanned moon craft Chandrayaan II at a cost of $87.5 million before March 2013.

The Asian nation launched its first space rocket in 1963 and its first satellite in 1975. The country's satellite program consists of 21 orbiters, of which 11 are currently in service.

--Editors: Anand Krishnamoorthy, Neil Denslow.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.06.2010 18:06:18
http://sify.com/news/rok-agrees-to-india-s-space-launch-use-suggestion-news-national-kgrw4cdebec.html
Цитата2010-06-17 22:30:00

South Korean President Lee Myung-bak on Thursday agreed to Indian External Affairs minister S.M.Krishna's suggestion to launch ROK satellites on Indian launch vehicles.

A statement issued on behalf of both leaders said: "Referring to the MOU of cooperation, signed last January between the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Korean Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), Krishna suggested that ROK satellites could be launched on Indian launch vehicles. President Lee agreed with the suggestion and asked his officials to do the necessary follow-up."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: ZOOR от 18.06.2010 21:59:59
Все конечно хорошо, но мое пожелание (на которое можно конечно наплевать, и я не обижусь) завершать длинные посты на англицком коротким выводом на общематерном.

Так хоть будешь знать, какую инфу (конечно, с точки зрения приводящего информацию) дали.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 19.06.2010 14:00:41
AISat is a DLR small-satellite project carried out in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen and two industrial partners. [...] It is scheduled for launch on the Indian PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) by the end of 2010. [DLR brochure] (http://www.dlr.de/Portaldata/1/Resources/portal_news/newsarchiv2010_3/ILA_Standfuehrer_2010.pdf)[pdf, 1.5MB]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 19.06.2010 15:02:24
Space Downstream Services 2010 Conference, May 6-7, 2010, Tallinn, Estonia[/size] (http://www.satfuturis.com/)
D. Reizniece et al.: FIRST LATVIAN SATELLITE VENTA-1 (http://www.satfuturis.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/D.Reizniece_presentation.pdf) [pdf, 7.6MB]

Venta-1 is scheduled for launch in the first quarter of 2011.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 19.06.2010 22:06:19
The "Max Valier" satellite is scheduled for launch on the Indian PSLV in the spring of 2011. [1] (http://gobmeran-satellit.jimdo.com/zeitplan/)[2] (http://sat.gobbz.net/xd/satc/satellit.php)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.06.2010 22:51:04
Thanks!
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.06.2010 23:02:53
http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-06-17/india-to-launch-five-satellites-after-fixing-rocket-anomaly-.html
ЦитатаIndia to Launch Five Satellites After Fixing Rocket 'Anomaly'
June 17, 2010, 6:22 AM EDT

By Jay Shankar

June 17 (Bloomberg) -- India plans to put five remote- sensing satellites into orbit in the first half of next month after fixing a rocket "anomaly" that forced it to delay launches in May.

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle will carry India's Cartosat-2B, Algeria's ALSAT-2A and two small satellites from the University of Toronto, P.S. Veeraraghavan, director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, said by phone today from the southern city of Thiruvananthapuram. The fifth unit will be a one-kilogram satellite built by Indian students, he said.

The agency, based in Thiruvananthapuram, has corrected the anomaly, which was in the second stage of the rocket, Veeraraghavan said. The delay had disrupted India's challenge to China, Japan, and South Korea as it competes for commercial- satellite launches.

In April, India also failed in its bid to join a group of five nations using their own rocket technology to launch large satellites into higher orbits when scientists lost control of the 50-meter (164 feet) GSLV-D3 spacecraft minutes after blastoff.

"The reasons for the failure are still being analyzed and we expect a report in a month's time," Veeraraghavan said.

India is planning a $2.5 billion unmanned mission to space by 2015 and is slated to launch a second unmanned moon craft Chandrayaan II at a cost of $87.5 million before March 2013.

The Asian nation launched its first space rocket in 1963 and its first satellite in 1975. The country's satellite program consists of 21 orbiters, of which 11 are currently in service.

--Editors: Anand Krishnamoorthy, Neil Denslow.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.06.2010 18:33:47
http://expressbuzz.com/states/andhrapradesh/karimnagar-lad-turns-space-scientist/181188.html
ЦитатаKarimnagar lad turns space scientist

Naveen Kumar Tallam
Express News Service
First Published : 13 Jun 2010 05:32:48 AM IST
Last Updated : 13 Jun 2010 09:39:43 AM IST

KARIMNAGAR: Young Harish Rao has done Karimnagar proud. He was part of the team which made 1-kg mini satellite, Pico, which will be put in orbit on July 28.

The team with students drawn from Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka was guided by the Indian Space Research Organisation, Bengaluru in their mission.

Harish Rao, a Karimnagar lad, is currently studying Mechanical engineering third year at the KITS, Ramtek in Nagpur. He briefed about the satellite to the students of Vindhya Valley High School at a programme in Karimnagar today.

He said the satellite was handed over to ISRO through Karnataka Governor Hansiraj Bharadwaj on April 17 this year. It will be launched into 700-km orbit through PSLV-C15 on July 28.

He got to attend the International Astronomy Conference (IAC) in Hyderabad in 2007 when he was studying his B.Tech first year and was inspired by a talk on the subject.

Since then his ambition was to do something constructive in space research and was guided by small satellite project director DV Raghava Murthy of Bengaluru.

His role is to ensure that the satellite after reaching the orbit clicks pictures on the earth.

It was made at a cost of Rs 55 lakh with the support of 7 institutions in Andhra Pradesh and Bengaluru.

After completing his B.Tech, Harish Rao wants to settle in some space-related research institution and do something proud for the nation.

He and his team were awarded Hansvon Muldau by the Scotland International Astronomy Vehicle conference in 2008 for presenting paper on the project. His team is also going to take part in a astronomy conference to be held in Czech Republic in September this year.

Vindhya Valley correspondent and his mother Laxmi Prakash Rao and Principal Jayes Anand congratulated Harish for his achievement and efforts to realise his ambition.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.06.2010 09:34:06
http://spaceflightnow.com/tracking/index.html
ЦитатаJuly 27/28    PSLV  •  Cartosat 2B
Launch time: 0353 GMT on 28th (11:53 p.m. EDT on 27th)
Launch site: Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, India

India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) will launch the Cartosat 2B remote sensing satellite and multiple secondary payloads. Delayed from May 5. Delayed from May 9 by second stage pressure issue. Delayed from June 5. [June 23]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.06.2010 21:50:03
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/june2010/srmsat.htm
ЦитатаSeptember launch for ham radio satellite SRMSat

An Amateur Radio satellite being built by students of SRM University in Chennai may be launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in September.

The primary load on the September launch is Cartosat and this launch was also slated to carry two Amateur Radio satellites STUDSAT and TISat-1.

A description of the SRMSAT ground station indicates it may use the bands 145.8MHz for the uplink and 434.5MHz for the downlink.

A SRM University press release describes SRMSAT as a 15 watt satellite weighing between 10 and 15 kg and measuring one meter cube. The project is estimated at Rs 2 crore and the construction of the satellite is done within the university's premises.

"This project is aimed at increasing the technical expertise of our staff and students and giving them the rare opportunity of constructing a satellite first-hand with ISRO scientists guiding them. We want to prove that our students are worthy of this feat. We hope to launch a satellite once in every two years, of course, with different scientific objectives," says P Satyanarayana, vice-chancellor, SRM University.

Read the NDTV story 'ISRO may launch nano satellite in September' at
http://publication.samachar.com/pub_article.php?
id=9450692&nextids=9447831|9449069|9449922|
9410540|9450692&nextIndex=0

SRMSAT Information
http://www.prlog.org/10719954-future-perfect-of-srm-
university.html

SRMSAT Ground Station
http://srmuniv.academia.edu/ssn/Papers

SRMSAT Yahoo Group
http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/srmsat/

Chennai Hams VHF/UHF/HF Enthusiasts Forum
http://chennaihams.blogspot.com/2010/03/
asol-exam-conducted-at-srm-university.html

Further information on other payloads with Cartosat is at
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/april2010/
may_satellite_launch.htm
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.07.2010 14:42:00
http://www.livemint.com/2010/07/01144904/After-two-setbacks-Isro-set-t.html
ЦитатаAfter two setbacks, Isro set to launch five satellites on 12 July

K. Raghu

Bangalore: After two setbacks this year, India's space agency is set to launch five satellites on 12 July, including one that can shoot pictures of small objects on land and compress the time needed for building high-resolution maps by half.

In April, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) lost its fourth-generation communication satellite GSAT-4 when its heaviest rocket yet--the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV), powered by a home-grown cryogenic engine--plunged into sea within five minutes of launch. The rocket was to put India in an exclusive club of nations capable of hurling communication satellites and offering space launches commercially.

Isro then deferred the launch of its workhorse polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) scheduled in May after it found leaks in the rocket's second stage. The leaks were detected when pressurized nitrogen was pumped in the rocket as part of tests on the launch pad.

The same rocket will be fired now, following repairs and further tests, said an Isro official from Sriharikota. He did not want to be named.

"Even if the leak is minor, it takes many days to rectify and certify it fit," said U.R. Rao, a former chairman of Isro. "In space, you don't take risks."

The rocket will also launch Alsat-2A, a remote sensing satellite from Algeria and India's first African customer, two nano satellites from the University of Toronto, and Studsat, a small satellite built by engineering students in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

Isro's commercial arm, Antrix Corp. Ltd, has already signed a second satellite launch from Algeria for next year.

So far, PSLV has launched 39 satellites, nearly half of them from India, in 16 missions.

Isro expects Cartosat-2B to join two other satellites that are already in orbit--the Cartosat-2 and 2A--and return more high-resolution images to earth and provide complete coverage of the subcontinent, said S. Satish, director, Isro.

Cartosat-2B has a high resolution of 0.8 metre, allowing it to photograph objects the size of a typical bicycle.

Typically, satellites that can snap high resolution images can cover a small width or swath of 10km. To cover a larger area, a satellite would have to come back to a specific spot repeatedly, which would take a long time as it would have to complete one orbit of the earth to do this. A constellation of three satellites, on the other hand, can cover the entire country.

"It is like a camera; you want sharp images you need to be closer. You can go farther to cover a larger area, but you won't get minute details," said Rao.

As for the GSLV, Satish said a panel that's studying what led to its crash is set to announce its report next week.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.07.2010 00:39:26
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/ISRO-to-launch-more-satellites-this-year/articleshow/6158620.cms
ЦитатаISRO to launch more satellites this year
12 Jul 2010, 1434 hrs IST,IANS

 SRIHARIKOTA: After successfully placing five satellites in orbit on Monday, India's space agency ISRO said it will launch more satellites this year and efforts were on to put two Indians in space orbit.

"We will launch GSat-5, a communication satellite, using GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle) rocket. The other launch will be Resourscesat-2, a remote sensing satellite, using the rocket PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle)," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K Radhakrishnan said in Sriharikota.

He was talking to reporters after five satellites, including the advanced high resolution cartography satellite Cartosat-2B, were placed in orbit following the successful launch of the PSLV rocket from the spaceport here, about 80 km north of Chennai.

He said: "The next PSLV rocket will carry multiple satellites - Resourcesat-2 and two small satellites."

According to ISRO officials, the organisation has all the sub-systems to assemble the PSLV rocket. The launch is slated before October this year.

"The work on assembling the GSLV rocket will start on Wednesday and the launch is expected to be by September-end or October first week," said PS Veeraghavan, the director at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre.

On the manned mission planned by ISRO, Radhakrishnan said the space agency has laid the road map to put two humans in orbit for seven days.

"For manned mission we have to have the orbital capsule-module to carry the humans - life support systems and escape systems for the astronauts in case of an emergency. The systems are being designed and the concept has been reviewed," said S. Ramakrishnan, the director of the ISRO's Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre.

"The first phase is to design the orbital vehicle. Once it is built the design will be evaluated by launching it in a PSLV rocket. That will give us confidence. The avionics needed for that rocket is complex and have to be developed."

"The first phase will look at the critical technologies needed for human flight and the second phase is to get the human rating for the rocket and the orbital vehicle," said Radhakrishnan.

The second phase of the human flight mission is to build a new launch pad and astronaut training centre.

"The new launch pad and accompanying facilities needed for human space flight will involve an outlay of Rs 1,000 crore," said MC Dathan, the director of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.

Earlier in the day, five satellites weighing 819 kg were placed in orbit.

Over 20 minutes after the blast off, the PSLV rocket first released the Cartosat-2B followed by Alsat-2A and the three small satellites. This was the first successful launch after Radhakrishnan took over as ISRO chairman last year.

"With the launch of Cartosat-2B, ISRO will have 10 remote sensing satellites in orbit - IRS 1D, Resourcesat 1, TES, Cartosat 1, 2 and 2A, IMS 1, RISAT-2, Oceansat 1 and 2," S. Satish, the ISRO director (publications and public relations), said.

India is a world leader in the remote sensing data market and earns a sizeable amount.
http://www.hindu.com/2010/07/13/stories/2010071354831100.htm
ЦитатаPlan to send two Indians into space

T.S. Subramanian

The module for the astronauts has been designed

A third launch pad costing Rs.1,000 crore will be built at Sriharikota

SRIHARIKOTA: An unmanned crew module will be put in orbit around the earth by a modified Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in 2013 as a forerunner to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) sending two Indians into space, S. Ramakrishnan, Director, Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre, ISRO, said here on Monday.

India has plans to send two astronauts in a low-earth orbit and they will stay in space for about a week before returning to the earth. A third launch pad, at a cost of Rs.1,000 crore, will be built at Sriharikota, where the rocket that will take the astronauts into space will be assembled and launched.

Mr. Ramakrishnan told journalists here, after the successful PSLV-C15 flight, that the module for the astronauts had already been designed. The life-support systems, thermal-proofing and the crew escape system in case of an emergency had been defined. "We are also planning a launch pad abort for the crew in case of an accident," Mr. Ramakrishnan said.

PSLV-C15 Mission Director P. Kunhikrishnan said that the satellites went to their precise orbits. If the mission was to inject five satellites into a polar orbit an altitude of 637 km, the final figure was an apogee of 637.39 km and a perigee of 631 km.

There was no "hold" in the 51-hour countdown to the launch. The PSLV-C15 lifted off majestically at the appointed time of 9.22 a.m., painting the sky with yellow flames. At the end of 17 minutes and 14 seconds of the flight, the satellites were home and dry.

There was applause when T.K. Alex, Director of ISRO Satellite Centre in Bangalore, announced that the Studsat's signals were received at the ground station in Bangalore and those of the Alsat in Algeria.

While the PSLV-C15 cost Rs.80 crore, the Cartosat-2B cost Rs.175 crores.

The PSLV - C15 Vehicle Director was B. Jayakumar and the Satellite Director M. Krishnaswamy.

Speaking on the Human Spaceflight Programme, ISRO Chairman K. Radhakrishnan said ISRO needed a highly reliable vehicle to take humans into space. Such rockets were called human rated vehicles. Certain crucial facilities such as a new launch pad for sending human beings into space had to be built at the spaceport at Sriharikota.

Facilities to handle the astronauts when they returned to the earth also needed to be built. In the first phase of the programme, these critical technologies, including that of re-entry, would be developed. In the second phase, a human rated vehicle would be developed. In the third phase, astronauts would be trained to go into space. Normally, it took three years to train an astronaut, Dr. Radhakrishnan said.

N. Narayanamoorthy, Chief Executive, Human Spaceflight Programme, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram, said the most important technology to be developed was the crew escape system. In the first phase, the module for astronauts and a PSLV with a modified first stage would be built. It would be an unmanned module but identical to the final module. The location for the third launch pad site had been decided upon, said M.C. Dathan, Director, Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. It would boast of a vehicle assembly building.

Multi-purpose images

R.R. Navalgund, Director, Space Applications Centre, Ahmedabad, said Cartosat-2B, launched on Monday from Sriharikota, could be used in a variety of ways, depending on the imagination of the user. The images taken by its panchromatic camera could be used for planning roads in villages, building harbours, preparing accurate maps, keeping a watch on encroachments, and for various infrastructural activities, said Dr. Navalgund.

(Cartosat-2B's images will have a resolution of 0.8 metres, i.e. from a height of 637 km it can take pictures of objects on the earth which are three foot long.)

P.S. Veeraraghavan, Director, VSSC, said a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV - F06) would lift off from Sriharikota by September-end or the first week of October this year.
http://www.livemint.com/2010/07/12210334/Isro8217s-success-wins-Indi.html?atype=tp
ЦитатаIsro's success wins India orders to launch eight foreign satellites
K. Raghu

India's space agency has won orders to launch eight foreign satellites on the back of its success on Monday, when it launched five satellites into the orbit, including one from Algeria and two from Canada.

Its workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket, stripped of its strap-on motors, also carried two Indian satellites--Cartosat-2B and a 1kg satellite built by students of engineering colleges in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

The Cartosat-2B, the third in a series of mapping satellites, can shoot images of small objects on land and help compress the time needed for building high-resolution maps by half.

"There are some more opportunities we are discussing. There is interest for PSLV with customers," said K.R.SridharaMurthi, managing director of Antrix Corp. Ltd, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro).

He did not name the eight foreign customers.

The Algerian space agency has finalized the launch of its second remote sensing satellite with India.

It paid Antrix around $4 million (Rs18.68 crore) for Monday's launch.

So far, PSLV has launched 44 satellites, more than half of them from India, in 17 missions.

Now, Isro will standardize the rocket in four models, help farm it to private industry to build systems and reduce the time taken to build the launcher.

"With the standard models, we can also customise additional features, like the ability to launch multiple satellites at the same time," said Murthi. Antrix earned a revenue of Rs1,059 crore in 2008-09, according to the latest figures available.

"PSLV has been successful consistently. It will be the rocket of choice (to launch satellites in low earth orbit)," said B.N. Raghunandan, chairman of the aerospace engineering department at the Indian Institute of Science. "Once the GSLV with the indigenous cryogenic engine is ready, you will see GSLV more routinely. People are working on that."

Isro has faced two setbacks this year. In April, its heaviest rocket yet, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) crashed into sea after its home-grown cryogenic engine failed. Isro also lost its fourth-generation communication satellite GSAT-4 in the mishap.

A panel investigating the failure pointed to a snag in the fuel pump.

The rocket was to put India in an exclusive club of nations capable of hurling communication satellites and offering space launches commercially, which Isro says would be done in a year.

The same month, it deferred a May launch of PSLV following a pressure leak in the rocket's second stage.

It was rectified and launched on Monday.

Isro will launch Resourcesat-2, a remote sensing satellite, on the PSLV rocket and GSAT-5, a communication satellite, on a GSLV rocket later this year.

The GSLV will be powered by a Russian cryogenic engine, Isro spokesperson S. Satish said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.07.2010 01:00:16
Состоявшиеся пуски

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 ЛМВ - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени
12 июля - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) - 07:53 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
начало октября - GSAT-5B(INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.II) - ПО
середина октября - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - ПО
конец года - RISAT-1, AISat, SRMSat - PSLV-C17 (XL) - ПО

2011
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-F05 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
ПО - MEGHA-TROPIQUES - PSLV-C18 - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - GSLV(ПО) -
ПО - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО) - PSLV-C19 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F07 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV-F08 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1, IRNSS-2 - PSLV-C20 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

начало года - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
весна - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
первый квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C21 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3, SRE-2 - PSLV-C22 - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-C23 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-C24 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3, IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV-F10 (Mk.II) - ПО

2013
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 13 июля
Изменения от 20 июля
Изменения от 29 июля
Изменения от 16 августа
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 12:18:51
http://www.aps.dz/an/page7.asp
ЦитатаAlgeria to build, on its land, Alsat-2B by late 2010
ALGIERS -Algeria will, by late 2010, build on its territory, another satellite called Alsat-2B, which launch is scheduled for the end of 2011, Director General of the Algerian Space Agency (ASAL), Azzedine Oussedik announced Thursday. Oussedik who reviewed in a press briefing the timing of the manufacturing in Toulouse (France) and the launch, on July 12, of the high-resolution satellite Alsat-2A since the Sriharikota site, located in Chennai (Southern India) said that "the engineers who worked on this project will build themselves, in Algeria, the satellite Alsat-2B." "Alsat-2B has a high accuracy with an image per day. It will be the twin of Alsat-2A, which will be operational in one month with reception of an image every three days," ASAL director said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 13:05:42
http://www.utias-sfl.net/SpecialProjects/LaunchIndex.html
ЦитатаNanosatellite Launch Service 7
Launch Date: 2010/2011
Launch Vehicle: Antrix Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)
Separation System: XPOD Duo
Spacecraft Complement: CanX-4 and CanX-5(Canada)
NLS-7 will carry the twin-spacecraft CanX-4 and CanX-5 formation flying mission. This flight is intended to be the first flight of the XPOD Duo separation system that is capable of carrying 15 kg, 20 cm by 20 cm by 40 cm spacecraft

Nanosatellite Launch Service 8
Launch Date: mid-2011
Launch Vehicle: Antrix Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)
Separation System: XPOD GNB, XPOD Double-M2
Spacecraft Complement: BRITE-Austria, UniBRITE, partners
UTIAS/SFL is in final negotation with ANTRIX for the launch of at least three spacecraft. The lead spacecraft in this launch is the SFL-designed BRITE-Austria (TU Graz) astronomy nanosatellite and the SFL-built UniBRITE (University of Vienna). The launch is targeting a 800 km sun synchronous orbit with 06:00 LTDN.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 20.07.2010 13:36:09
Цитата2010
. . .
конец сентября - начало октября - GSAT-5P(INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.II) - ПО
Индийский КВРБ полетит уже в сентябре??  :shock:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 13:41:05
Полетит форсированный КВД-1А, характеристики которого аналогичны CUS.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 20.07.2010 17:35:54
ЦитатаПолетит форсированный КВД-1А, характеристики которого аналогичны CUS.
Вообще-то индекс Mk.II  относится к РН с криогенным блоком индийского производства независимо от его характеристик.
Возможно, логичнее дать этим РН индекс Mk.IА ?..  :roll:

Но я знаю, что Вы человек упрямый и критику недолюбливаете. ;)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 18:32:13
Нужно подождать осени и все прояснится само собой.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 18:54:45
Масса Insat-4D ( GSAT-5P) 2250 кг, что на 30 кг больше чем у GSAT-4.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2010 20:57:52
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2010/07/13/stories/2010071354640400.htm
ЦитатаAn improved Resourcesat-2 is due for launch in October and a 24x7 all-season RISAT-1 by year-end, the ISRO Chairman, Dr K. Radhakrishnan, said after the launch that was witnessed by the Planning Commission's Deputy Chairman, Mr Montek Singh Ahluwalia.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.07.2010 18:49:54
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/ISRO_To_Launch_GSLV_With_Cryo_Engine_Within_An_Year_999.html
ЦитатаLaunch GSLV With Cryo Engine Within An Year

by Staff Writers
Bangalore, India (PTI) Jul 28, 2010
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch a GSLV flight using indigenously developed cryogenic engine within a year after it failed in its attempt to do so earlier, its Chairman K Radhakrishnan said.

"Preparations are on to launch the flight with indigenously developed cryogenic technology within one year," he told reporters here.

He said the probe into the failure of GSLV D-3 mission earlier this year was in different stages of progress and some minute details that led to the failure were yet to be identified. Failures were normal in experimental phases, he added.

On recently launched PSLV-16, he said the CARTOSAT put into the orbit by the flight was functioning well satisfying all the parameters.

With this successful launch, the space agency had been getting a lot of offers from various countries for carrying their payloads, he said.

Radhakrishnan said ISRO was also engaged in developing satellites for the Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System and it was expected to be completed within two years.

He said more PSLV will be launched within the next few months.

Radhakrishnan, who arrived here after the successful launch of PSLV 16, was given a reception by the scientists and officials of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, where he served as Director before becoming the chairman of ISRO.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.07.2010 18:56:28
http://www.hindu.com/2010/07/22/stories/2010072256672200.htm
ЦитатаThe stacking up of the three stages of ISRO's Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F06) in the second launch pad at Sriharikota had begun on July 14 as planned, Mr. Veeraraghavan said. The GSLV-F06 would put in orbit a communication satellite called GSAT-5B.

The integration of the four stages of the PSLV-C16 will begin in the first launch pad in August. The rocket will put in orbit three satellites -- Resourcesat - 2, Youthsat and a satellite from Singapore. Resourcesat-2 and Youthsat belong to India. Youthsat will carry a Russian payload as well.

The launch of GSLV-F06, according to the VSSC Director, would take place in October. The PSLV-C16 would lift off two weeks later.
http://www.financialexpress.com/news/ISRO-goes-full-throttle-in-small-sat-launch-biz/651499/
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.08.2010 23:46:12
http://www.roscosmos.ru/main.php?id=2&nid=11911
Цитата:: 02.08.2010

В понедельник, 2 августа, в Федеральном космическом агентстве  прошла встреча   руководителя Роскосмоса А.Н. Перминова с председателем Индийской организации космических исследований (Indian Space Research Organisation - ISRO) доктором К. Радхакришнаном.

В ходе встречи, в которой с российской и индийской стороны участвовали руководители управлений двух космических ведомств, специалисты и представители  предприятий ракетно-космической промышленности двух стран, обсуждались вопросы поставки российских комплектующих для индийской ракеты-носителя GSLV, российско-индийского сотрудничества в области исследования Луны (проект «Чандарайан-2»), развития спутниковых навигационных технологий  на базе ГЛОНАСС, а также дальнейшие шаги в отношении контрактов ISRO с Роскосмосом и Ракетно-космической корпорацией «Энергия» имени С.П. Королёва об исследованиях в области реализации проектов пилотируемых полетов.

Встреча прошла в духе взаимопонимания и конструктивного сотрудничества.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.08.2010 08:25:40
http://frontierindia.net/india-to-launch-sea-level-monitoring-satellite-%E2%80%9Csaral%E2%80%9D-by-2011
ЦитатаIndia to launch sea level monitoring satellite "Saral" by 2011

By Frontier India | August 11th, 2010 |

India is expected to launch SARAL (Satellite with ARGOS and ALTIKA) satellite for monitoring the sea water level. SARAL satellite will carry an Altimeter (ALTIKA) for studying the sea surface heights; and ARGOS payload, which is a satellite based data collection platform.

SARAL satellite is a joint project of Indian Space Research Organisation and the French National Space Agency. The ALTIKA and ARGOS payloads are built and supplied by the French National Space Agency. The satellite building and launching are the responsibilities of Indian Space Research Organisation.

The satellite bus is under fabrication at Indian Space Research Organisation. Integration and testing of the payloads are ongoing at the French National Space Agency. The satellite is likely to be launched in 2011.

IRNSS

ISRO is also developing its own navigation system called Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). The IRNSS will have a constellation of 7 satellites and complementary ground infrastructure. The IRNSS system is planned to be made operational by end of 2014. Government has approved the IRNSS project at a total cost of Rs. 1420.00 crores in May 2006 for both space and ground infrastructure.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.08.2010 11:08:43
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_channel.jsp?channel=space&id=news/asd/2010/08/12/04.xml&headline=Indian%20Satellite%20To%20Study%20Solar%20Corona
ЦитатаIndian Satellite To Study Solar Corona

Aug 12, 2010
 
By Anantha Krishnan M.

BENGALURU, India -- The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is gearing up for a unique satellite mission to study the solar corona -- the outermost region of the Sun -- in visible and near-infrared bands.

The satellite, called Aditya, will be launched in 2012 during the solar maximum, a high solar activity period. The solar maximum occurs roughly every 11 years.

The solar corona region has temperatures of more than 1 million deg., with solar winds of up to 1,000 km. per second. Aditya will weigh between 100 kg.-200 kg. (220-440 lb.) and will be placed in a near Earth orbit of 600 km. (370 mi.).

Sources tell AVIATION WEEK that the satellite, which will carry an advanced solar coronagraph, will look into the problems of coronal heating and other phenomena in the magnetosphere. It also will help Indian space scientists learn how to protect other satellites from the solar onslaught.

The project was approved in November 2008 with an initial cost of Rs 50 crore ($10.6 million). It will be one of the first projects scheduled by the Advisory Committee for Space Research (ACSR). In addition to ISRO, other ACSR members include the Indian Institute of Astrophysics, the Radio Astronomy Center, the Udaipur Solar Observatory, the National Center for Radio Astrophysics, and many universities.

Rather than have a dedicated launcher of its own, Aditya is expected to save money by piggybacking on one of ISRO's other scheduled launches.

"ISRO is now capable of multiple satellite launches during one mission, and we hope to put Aditya onboard one of our future launch vehicles," an official said.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/SRO-to-launch-satellite-next-year-to-study-energy-bands/articleshow/6301781.cms
ЦитатаSRO to launch satellite next year to study energy bands
Kumar Manish, TNN, Aug 12, 2010, 11.26pm IST

AHMEDABAD: ISRO will launch a dedicated satellite next year to observe the wavelength from ultra violet to X-ray emitted from celestial bodies. Speaking on the sidelines of an award function at Physical Research Laboratory, chairman, space commission, and chairman, ISRO, K Radhakrishnan told TOI, "The dedicated satellite will encourage young minds to explore the world of astronomy. It will be a dream come true for Indian astronomers."

"The instruments on board will study the multi-wavelength energy emissions from a stellar object for its comprehensive understanding," he added.

The satellite is expected to be launched next year, director of PRL, Prof JN Goswami said. He added, "The instruments on board the satellite will study all energy bands of stellar objects, which is not very common. The main goal is to study different kinds of light sources in the galaxy."

The function was organised to felicitate five young scientists with Shri Hari Om Ashram Prerit Dr Vikram Sarabhai Research awards and PRL award for 2009.

On space robotics, Radhakrishnan said, "In future, interplanetary robotics advancements will be crucial. In 2013, India will launch Chandrayaan-2, an Indo Soviet mission with a rover and Russian lander. The launch of the mission would mark the beginning of space robotics. Planning on instruments to be taken on the mission is in its final stage," he added.

Radhakrishnan also praised the doyen of Indian space science, Vikram Sarabhai. He said, "Coming from an industrial family, Sarabhai brought science into enterprise and enterprise into science. His vision has been a guiding force in development of ISRO."
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/ISRO-planning-to-send-astronauts-to-space-before-2015-16-/articleshow/6301123.cms
ЦитатаISRO planning to send astronauts to space before 2015-16
PTI, Aug 12, 2010, 09.20pm IST

CHANDIGARH: The Indian Space Research Organization is planning to send astronauts to space before the year 2015-16, deputy project director of ISRO's Chandrayaan MissionJaswinder Singh Khoral said.

Khoral was addressing the students at the Haryana Space Science Congress Programme at Faridabad which was organized by Space Applications Centre, Hisar on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr Vikaram Sarabhai, the father of Indian Space Programme.

About 800 students from 40 schools participated in the day-long programme aimed at sensitizing the students about developing a career in the field of science.

Khoral said ISRO was also working to send an unmanned lunar mission Chandrayaan-II in 2012-13, an official release quoting him said.

He said that India is in the select league of six nations which have sent their satellites to the moon.

He also informed the students about different details regarding the successful launch of Chandrayaan-I by ISRO.

Director, Haryana Science and Technology Department Sandeep Garg said the State Government has launched the Haryana Science Talent Hunt Scheme for students of class 9th to 12th to promote science among the students.

ISRO's senior scientist Dr P K Champati Ray said that India is one of the leading countries in space technology in the world, having the capability of fabricating and launching its own satellites with indigenous launching vehicles.

He said India had successfully launched 17 remote sensing satellites and 24 geostationary satellites since 1975.

Elaborating on the strength of Indian Space Programme, he said the recently launched Cartosat-2b Remote Sensing Satellite has less than one metre resolution, which is capable of identifying the objects smaller than one metre and would be highly useful for urban and infrastructure planning.
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/hyderabad/moon-mission-track-isro-chief-978
ЦитатаMoon mission on track: Isro chief
August 15th, 2010
DC Correspondent

Hyderabad, Aug. 14: Preparations for India's first unmanned moon mission in 2013 are in full swing. The Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation, Dr K. Radhakrishnan, said on Saturday that Isro plans to launch the first test mission with an unmanned capsule on a PSLV, which will be put into orbit and will be recovered soon after the mission.

Delivering the convocation address at IIIT-Hyderabad, in Gachibowli, Dr Radhakrishnan said, "With Chandrayaan-2, the Aditya Mission, the Mars Mission and the Human Space Flight, we have embarked in a new era of Indian space exploration. There are challenging tasks in store for all of us including the young generation. There is a lot of mathematical and statistical modelling, characterisation and analysis to be done for each of these new missions. I invite academia and industry to be our comrades-in-arms to scale new glories for the country."

Explaining ISRO's future plans, he said, "We plan to launch GSLV-F06, which will carry GSAT-5, a communication satellite, in the next two months. Later we will launch PSLV-C16 that will carry Resourcesat-2, a remote sensing satellite."

Also speaking on the occasion, Prof Rajiv Sangal, director, IIIT-Hyderabad, said the placement situation this year was good with 145 companies having registered for placements. Eighty-five of them were given slots and students got job offers from companies like Microsoft, Amazon, Google, Yahoo, Rediff, Adobe, Computer Associates, Capital IQ, Nvidia.

"IIIT-H has registered the highest average annual compensation in India for B. Tech (CSE). The institute has consistently been ranked among the top 10 technology schools in the country by a number of national surveys conducted by leading magazines," he added.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.08.2010 13:26:15
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/2010/08/30/stories/2010083051821200.htm
ЦитатаArianespace keen to widen launch window with ISRO

European major's rocket Vega to be tested this year.

"ISRO has been successful on its own in marketing the PSLV and signing direct agreements with customers.... We also have some prospects and we could consider it as a back-up for Vega."
 
Mr Jean-Yves Le Gall

Madhumathi D.S.

Bangalore, Aug. 29

Arianespace, the big brother of global satellite launch providers, plans to co-market its long-term associate ISRO's PSLV, as a future 'back-up' for its third rocket, the new light-lift Vega, according to Arianespace's Chairman and CEO, Mr Jean-Yves Le Gall. Vega is due to be tested this year.

His company also wants to include ISRO's bigger GSLV rocket in their old joint-marketing agreement once the GSLV reaches commercial stage, Mr Le Gall told Business Line. He was in Bangalore for the just-ended CII-ISRO conference -- the Bengaluru Space Expo 2010.

Tie-up

The France-led European major and ISRO tied up in 1998 to jointly bid for launch contracts or for Arianespace to pass on its surplus low-end orders to PSLV. Ariane5, its workhorse vehicle, has a huge backlog and is booked for the next three years, while it also focuses on hoisting large satellites weighing 6 to10 tonnes.

Vega, Arianespace's third vehicle, is expected to make its first flight later this year or in 2011, and is meant to put 1500-kg class Earth observation satellites in near-Earth orbits. The PSLV, which costs at least 20-30 per cent less than others, is believed to be an attractive choice worldwide. Europe and the US apart, only Russia, Japan, India and China, have commercial launch capabilities. One report estimated the global launchers market at $4 billion in 2008.

According to Mr Le Gall, the PSLV, flown nearly 20 times including for the Chandrayaan-1 lunar mission, is now an established vehicle and an attractive low-cost option for satellite operators.

Orders

Asked why the agreement between ISRO and Arianespace had not fetched any orders so far, Mr Le Gall said, "ISRO has been successful on its own in marketing the PSLV and signing direct agreements with customers.... We also have some prospects and we could consider it as a back-up for Vega."

ISRO's commercial arm Antrix has so far won 25 contracts of small foreign satellites ranging from a few kilos to around 300 kilos, but all as secondary or 'piggy-back' passengers. ISRO is yet to win a solo launch order, largely due to geopolitics.

An industry observer said European satellite operators preferred a European launcher, while the US, a large-scale builder and user of commercial satellites, does not allow their launch on an Indian launcher. (The two Governments are trying to resolve this issue.)

Mr Le Gall said, "Some 20-25 satellites come up for launch every year and we sign about half of them. We signed nine this year. Competition for Arianespace today is mainly the Russian Proton launch vehicle" that is marketed by the US company, ILS, he said. With 60 per cent of the market share and three products that can meet any category of satellites, Arianespace is expected to remain the leader.

The 30-year-old company accounts for 283 or half of all commercial launches to date. It aims at 10 missions a year using Ariane 5, Soyuz and Vega. (Arianespace will soon commercialise the celebrated Russian Soyuz rocket for global contracts by enhancing it to 3-tonne capability and launching it from its Guiana spaceport. Soyuz has made a record 1750 missions since 1957 from Kazakhstan and Russia.)

Cost vs quality

Launch costs rule around $20,000 a kg to orbits of 36,000 km.

Asked how Arianespace as a leader was addressing a growing need for cutting costs, Mr Le Gall said lower cost would also lower quality and his company would not compromise its success record for this; it could be possible with Vega and Soyuz.

Arianespace looked at ISRO as a partner with ties going back to the 1983 APPLE launch, Mr Le Gall said.

"So far, we have launched 14 important missions for ISRO and are now preparing to launch two more satellites -- the GSat-8 early next year and the GSat-10 a little later."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.08.2010 13:27:35
Состоявшиеся пуски

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 ЛМВ - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени
12 июля - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) - 07:53 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
10 декабря - GSAT-5P (INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.II) - ПО
конец декабря - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - ПО

2011
начало года - RISAT-1, AISat, SRMSat - PSLV-C17 (XL) - ПО
начало года - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
середина года - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-F05 (Mk.II) - ПО
середина года - MEGHA-TROPIQUES - PSLV-C18 - ПО
середина года - TES-HYP, SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS) (ПО) - PSLV-C19 - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - GSLV(ПО) -
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F07 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV-F08 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1, IRNSS-2 - PSLV-C20 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

начало года - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
четвёртый квартал - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
весна - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
середина года - UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
конец года - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
Май - Orbcomm AIS sat 1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
Июнь - Orbcomm AIS sat 2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или на китайской РН)

2012
первый квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C21 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3, SRE-2 - PSLV-C22 - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-C23 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-C24 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3, IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV-F10 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - ПО - GSLV-Mk III - ПО или 2013

2013
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (Mk II) (ПО)  - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 9 сентября
Изменения от 11 сентября
Изменения от 16 сентября
Изменения от 29 сентября
Изменения от 3 октября
Изменения от 12 октября
Изменения от 30 октября
Изменения от 3 ноября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.09.2010 12:49:30
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/visakhapatnam/isro-focus-satellite-gps-477
ЦитатаIsro to focus on satellite-GPS
August 29th, 2010

Visakhapatnam, Aug. 28: Indian Space Research Organisation (Is-ro) will shortly launch a series of satellites to improve basic services in the country and also to augment technological development.
Speaking at the first convocation of the Gitam University here on Saturday, the Isro chairman, Dr K. Radhakrishnan, said the organisation would launch microwave RISAT-1 next year that has all-weather imaging capabilities. INSAT-3D with imager and sounder for retrieving water vapour, wind and temperature, SARAL for sea surface altimetry and small satellites for measuring aerosols and trace gases. He said that the Isro's future space programmes have been de-signed to help decision makers to understand the current developmental issues.
Recalling the success of Chandrayaan-1 moon, he said the mission had demonstrated the substantial progress of country's space technology and at the same time inspired a patriotic fervour among the people.
He said satellite-based navigation and positioning systems have emerged globally and India is also on the verge of realising a satellite based augmentation system -- Gagan, for global positioning system for the region. "These services are going to be adopted in improving rail and road, transport, civil aviation, maritime services and others," Dr Radhakrishanan said.
The Isro chairman said the challenges in the space sector creating a demand for highly skilled people and the organisation was planning to increase its efforts in this area, with a range of programmes to improve science education in order to encourage young people to consider career in space science and technology.
Dr Radhakrishnan was conferred honorary doctorate in Doctor of Science by the university on the occasion. Spiritual guru Sadguru K Sivananda Murthy, top management consultant M.K. Raju and noted culinary specialist Satyanarayna Bakshi were also conferred honorary doctorates.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/ISRO-to-launch-two-more-satellites-by-December/articleshow/6502654.cms
ЦитатаISRO to launch two more satellites by December
TNN, Sep 6, 2010, 05.31am IST

CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organization ( ISRO) has planned two more launches a PSLV and a GSLV mission in December.

Talking to reporters after delivering the valedictory address at Aarrush-2010', a techno-management Fest organised at SRM University, eminent scientist and Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Director PS Veeraraghavan said both the launches would take place with a few weeks' gap.

The first would be PSLV-C16 mission which would place Resourcesat satellite and two other satellites -- a 90 kg satellite developed by Singapore University and a 90 kg Youthsat, developed by students of Russian and Indian universities -- in orbit.

This would be followed by a GSLV-F06 mission, using the Russian cryogenic stage, to place Indian Communication Satellite GSAT-5B in the GST orbit.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.09.2010 14:22:26
Pratham наносателлит:
http://www.aero.iitb.ac.in/pratham/index.php

VITSat-1 пикосателлит:
http://india.seds.org/projects.html
ЦитатаVITSAT - 1: It is an initiative by SEDS-VIT to build a series of small satellites to demonste miniaturization of technology and implementation of a varity of payloads.
http://sedsvitu.blogspot.com/
ЦитатаTwo other universities in South India have announced plans for launching satellites to be named VITSAT-1 (Vellore Institute of Technology) and SRMSAT (SRM University).
http://sites.google.com/site/sedsindiavote09/my-voice-2
Цитата4. VITSAT-1: I am currently the system head of the command and data handling system and have designed 4 versions of the onboard computer with my team.
http://www.iafastro.com/index.html?title=2009_Youth_Grant_Awards
ЦитатаAnmol Sharma: Major accomplishments of SEDS under my tenure include expansion of the OneSpace School Outreach Programme which aims at making Space Exploration a popular hobby amongst high-school students in Vellore, establishment of the SEDS VIT Student Satellite Programme with work on VITSAT-1 project, organizing field-visits to ISRO facilities in southern India, conducting a gamut of events from amateur rocketry and star-gazing nights to space trivia and documentary screenings.

Following the success of the SEDS International Conference '07, I was nominated for the position of Director, Chapter Affairs ('07-'08 ) and then as Secretary, SEDS India ('08-'09). As a member of the VITSAT-1 team in Vellore, I'm presenting a paper on 'ANALYSIS AND PROCESSING ON HOMOGENEOUS IMAGE SETS FOR NANO-SATELLITE CAMERA SYSTEMS' dealing with the payload of the nanosatellite being developed at Vellore.
http://www.vit.ac.in/events2008/sinc09/html/text/ns3.htm
Цитата4. VITSat1 - VIT University (picosat)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.09.2010 10:17:16
http://expressbuzz.com/nation/isro-plan-to-launch-8-spacecraft-a-year/206898.html
ЦитатаISRO plan to launch 8 spacecraft a year

Express News Service
First Published : 15 Sep 2010 03:37:36 AM IST
Last Updated : 15 Sep 2010 10:58:50 AM IST

CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is planning to launch eight spacecraft a year to meet the increasing global demand, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) director P S Veeraraghavan said on Tuesday.

Receiving PSOM-XL Motorcase, the critical hardware used in the launch vehicle for Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), he said: "Right now, we have four launches per year including PSLV and Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV).  We need to throughput in getting various sub-systems from industries and increase our own internal work to increase it into eight launches a year."

Veeraraghavan said ISRO earned revenue of Rs 1,000 crore from commercial launch of satellites and was expecting a growth of 20-30 per cent per year. "India is among the top six space-faring countries in the world. We are capable of launching any spacecraft in polar orbit. But in geo-stationary orbit, we are short of capabilities. We could only launch a satellite with a payload of 2,380 kg," the scientist said.

However, India was planning big in GSLV through GSLV Mark III. ISRO was planning to launch heavier satellites with a payload of four tonnes.  This would make the organisation fully self-reliant in launching heavier communication satellites of INSAT-4 class and also enhance the country's capability to be a competitive player in the multimillion dollar commercial launch market. The launch of GSLV Mark III has been planned for 2011-2012.

Veeraraghavan said ISRO would be launching three satellites through PSLV and one through GSLV in December. Through PSLV, we will launch ResourceSat besides two satellites of 90 kilogram each from Singapore and from Russia. Through GSLV we will put into orbit GSAT-5, a communication satellite. Both the launches will happen within a span of few weeks in December."

On the PSOM-XL motor fabricated by Ramakrishna Engineering Company, Veeraraghavan said while the six solid propellant strap-on motors in the standard PSLV carried nine tonnes of propellant, the new version PSOM-XL with a length of 13.5 metre had the capacity to carry a 12-tonne propellant. It would boost the capability of PSLV from 1,450 kg to 1,750 kg for a sun synchronous orbit. "The motor will be used in the launch of PSLV C18 and PSLV C19 in the middle of next year," he added.

ISRO was working on Human Spaceflight Programme (HSP) and had dedicated the third launchpad for manned mission. "We have sent in a Rs 450-crore-proposal for the first phase which includes unmanned orbital modules," he said.

The programme has plans for the development of a fully autonomous orbital vehicle carrying two or three crew members to about 300 km low earth orbit and then bringing them back safely. On Chandrayaan 2, he said it would be launched by GSLV instead of PSLV. "Various payloads have been identified. It will have an orbiter developed by ISRO, a lander developed by Russia and Rover developed again by ISRO."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 18.09.2010 21:51:48
ЦитатаPSOM-XL Motorcase
До этого индусы использовали эти ТТУ только один раз - при запуске Чандраяан-1.

Интересно, а почему они никогда не варьируют количеством ТТУ ?  :roll:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.09.2010 21:45:38
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/ISRO-to-replace-two-ageing-satellites-in-December/articleshow/6613922.cms
Цитата23 Sep, 2010, 05.38PM IST,IANS
ISRO to replace two ageing satellites in December

CHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) plans to replace two of its ageing satellites with new ones by December, an official said on Thursday.

The agency is planning to send in space two rockets for the purpose.

First to fly towards the heavens will be ISRO's heavy rocket - the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) - sometime during the second week of December carrying a communication satellite GSAT 5 - intended to replace the ageing INSAT 2E.

"The INSAT 2E was launched in 1999 and is nearing the end of its life. The GSAT 5 with 36 transponders will be its replacement. Further, the new satellite is also expected to fill the void created by the partial failure of INSAT 4B," ISRO's director (publications and public relations) S. Satish said.

Earlier this year, ISRO lost 50 percent of the INSAT-4B's transponder capacity (12 transponders) owing to a power snag.

The GSLV rocket is being readied at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota around 80 km from here.

ISRO officials, not wanting to be identified, told IANS a small snag was detected in one of the GSLV rocket's sub-systems. The component is being replaced after extensive testing.

Officials said the rocket's first stage is ready and other stages are being readied and the satellite weighing around 2,300 kg is expected to arrive at the launch centre sometime next month.

"The rocket assembling activity at the second launch pad will continue till Oct 25. Between that date and November, no assembling work will be carried out as the period is prone to cyclones," an official told IANS.

After the GSLV, it will be turn of ISRO's lighter rocket, the polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV), which will be carrying a remote sensing satellite - Resourcesat-2. Piggy-backing on it will be two small satellites made in Singapore and Russia.

Remote sensing satellites send back pictures and other data for use. India is a major player in vending such data in the global market.

"The Resourcesat-2 will be the replacement for Resourcesat-1 launched in 2003. For sometime both will work together," Satish said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.09.2010 01:30:22
http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/100929-orbcomm-use-ohb-craft-ais.html
ЦитатаUnder the agreement disclosed to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Sept. 28, Orbcomm will pay OHB $2 million, with milestone payments starting immediately, for exclusive use of two small satellites being built by OHB's LuxSpace affiliate in Luxembourg and scheduled for launch in May and June 2011.
ЦитатаOHB, in response to Space News inquiries, issued a statement Sept. 29 saying the company has secured a launch of one of the two LuxSpace-built satellites on an Indian PSLV rocket and is in final negotiations for the launch of the second on an Indian or Chinese rocket. The company said the agreement "ends all Orbcomm claims against OHB, subject to certain exceptions."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: ZOOR от 03.10.2010 21:02:09
ЦитатаРазработка первого латвийского спутника "Venta-1" может быть завершена в конце этого -- начале будущего года, а его запуск на орбиту с космодрома в Индии состоится в четвертом квартале 2011 года, сообщил ректор Венстпилсской высшей школы Янис Вуцанс.

Подготовка запуска спутника осуществляется в сотрудничестве с Венстпилсским парком высоких технологий, Рижским Техническим университетом, Латвийским университетом, Бременским университетом и рядом европейских спутниковых компаний.

Delfi (http://ru.delfi.lt/science/science/v-2011-m-zapustyat-pervyj-latvijskij-sputnik-venta-1.d?id=37096267)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.10.2010 21:22:54
Спасибо! :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.10.2010 17:45:01
http://www.spaceflightnow.com/news/n1010/12gslv/
ЦитатаThe next two GSLV missions will fly with Russian stages, beginning with a launch in December to deploy the GSAT 5 communications satellite. Another GSLV will launch by the middle of 2011 with India's last Russian cryogenic engine, according to Radhakrishnan.
ЦитатаIndia is also designing a cryogenic stage for the third-generation GSLV slated to debut in 2012 or 2013. The GSLV Mk.3 will be powered by a third stage consuming double the propellant of the indigenous GSLV Mk.2 engine that is now the focus of ISRO's rocket engineers.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.10.2010 02:48:04
http://www.indiantelevision.com/headlines/y2k10/oct/oct153.php
ЦитатаIsro plans satellite launches to boost transponder space[/size]
Indiantelevision.com Team

(20 October 2010 9:10 pm)
 

NEW DELHI: A new Indian satellite will be launched by the end of the year to augment the C-Band capability, according to Antrix business development director R Parameswaran.

Parameswaran said this will increase the transponder capacity and help the Headend-In-The-Sky (HITS) programme.

He expected more satellites to be launched in the first and second quarter of next year and said this would vastly increase transponder availability by 2011-12.

In a conversation with indiantelevision.com founder and CEO Anil Wanvari in the concluding session of the India Digital Networks Summit, Parameswaran said Antrix was conscious that there was huge demand for transponder space with DTH and broadband on the rise.
 
He said new technologies were also being tried out to augment capacity. Antrix was also trying to get into the international market and already had around 35 satisfied parties for whom launch vehicles and satellites had been built.

Answering a question, he said policy issues did not fall within the ambit of Antrix but he would convey to the Government the anxieties of the television industry that there were delays because the media was not represented on any telecom body.

As the commercial & marketing arm of Indian Space Research Organization (Isro), Antrix is engaged in providing space products & services to international customers worldwide.

Antrix, which is a Rs 9.5 billion company, got the "Mini-ratna" status by the Central Government in 2008.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.11.2010 16:40:03
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/world/2010-11/03/c_13589501.htm
ЦитатаIndia to launch 2 rockets with Russian, Singaporean technologies[/size]

English.news.cn   2010-11-03 18:20:04

NEW DELHI, Nov. 3 (Xinhua) -- India is to launch two rockets next month with Russian and Singaporean technologies on board in a bid to bolster its space-based communication and remote sensing services, highly placed sources said Wednesday.

"The two rockets are Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle ( GSLV), which will strengthen its space-based communication, and another is the PSLV-C16, with six strap-on boosters, which will carry advanced remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2, auxiliary spacecraft of Youthsat and X-sat," the sources said.

Youthsat, a micro satellite carrying scientific payloads, is a participatory scientific mission with a payload from Russia and two from India. X-sat is Singapore's first indigenous satellite, designed by Nanyang Technological University.

The first one is likely to be launched on December 10 while the second one next month end, they said, adding that the launch site would be Sriharikota.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.11.2010 17:55:32
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_india-plans-two-rocket-launches-in-december_1461634
ЦитатаIndia plans two rocket launches in December[/size]
Published: Wednesday, Nov 3, 2010, 15:24 IST
Place: Bangalore | Agency: PTI

India is planning two rocket launches next month that would carry on board home-made communication and remote sensing satellites, along with a Russian payload and a Singaporean micro spacecraft.

The first to go up would be a geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV), carrying GSAT-5 Prime, a communication satellite, to augment communication services vis-
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.11.2010 09:10:40
http://hindu.com/2010/11/07/stories/2010110758681100.htm
ЦитатаIndia's space-related entities to be removed from U.S. list[/size]

Sandeep Dikshit

NEW DELHI: The declaration of an export control reform package made by a senior United States official accompanying U.S. President Barack Obama would lead to greater exchanges in high-tech trade and dual-use items. It would also bring to a virtual close a five-year-long process that began with the formation of the High Technology Cooperation Group (HTCG).

"It is primarily a matter of U.S.' own regime and systems being adjusted to reflect the contemporary reality," said a senior Indian official.

"The export control reform package being announced is that we will remove India's defence and space-related entities from the U.S. entity list. The list at one point had, I believe, 220 Indian entities on it. And there are only four left. And today we will be announcing a removal of three. They are the organisations under Defence Research and Development Organisation [DRDO], the four subordinates under the Indian Space and Research Organisation [ISRO], and Bharat Dynamics Limited [BDL]," observed Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs Mike Froman.

"Removing these entities from the list will allow for greater trade and cooperation in civilian space and defence, and enable our governments to focus on other outstanding barriers that hinder the expansion of bilateral high-tech trade. And this is a very significant step forward," he added.

As National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon had pointed out on the eve of the U.S. President's visit: "The U.S. has been positive to our argument that the older restrictions be changed, now that India adheres to the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) guidelines, has an impeccable non-proliferation record, has passed its own export control laws and increasingly meets with international standards.....We have made considerable progress in that."

According to Mr. Froman, the initiative to speed up a review of export control laws was taken by Mr. Obama a year ago and "we've laid out a series of reforms since then to fundamentally realign our export control system in line with the latest national security threat and the need to maintain competitiveness in key U.S. industries."

"In addition to that, there are a number of elements of export control system -- as they apply specifically to India --that the U.S. began to take a look at," he added. This led to the U.S. President agreeing on a series of changes to the export control system as it applies to India.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.11.2010 00:23:12
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg659026#msg659026
Цитатаhttp://www.isro.org/pdf/Outcome%20Budget%202010-2011.pdf
Major Programmes for 2010-2011
Integration and launch of PSLV Flights PSLV-C16 (Resourcesat-
2, XSAT, Youthsat), PSLV-C17 (RISAT-1), PSLV-C18 (Megha-
Tropiques), PSLV-C19 (SRE-2, PROTIERS) and PSLV-C20
(SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NLS-7)


http://expressbuzz.com/nation/isro-plan-to-launch-8-spacecraft-a-year/206898.html
On the PSOM-XL motor fabricated by Ramakrishna Engineering Company, Veeraraghavan said while the six solid propellant strap-on motors in the standard PSLV carried nine tonnes of propellant, the new version PSOM-XL with a length of 13.5 metre had the capacity to carry a 12-tonne propellant. It would boost the capability of PSLV from 1,450 kg to 1,750 kg for a sun synchronous orbit. "The motor will be used in the launch of PSLV C18 and PSLV C19 in the middle of next year," he added.

http://mstl.atl.calpoly.edu/~bklofas/Presentations/SummerWorkshop2010/Kekez-UTIAS_SFL.pdf
Nanosatellite Launch Service 7 and 9
- PSLV-C19
- Time frame: 2011 Q3
- Orbit Parameters: SSO, 635-670 km, 09:00-10:30LTDN
- NLS-7: SFL Spacecraft: CanX-4, CanX-5
- NLS-9: Partner Spacecraft (To be finalised this fall)
Nanosatellite Launch Service 8 (NLS-8 )
- PSLV-C20
- Timeframe: mid-2011
- Orbit Parameters: SSO, 800 km, 06:00 LTDN
- SFL Spacecraft: CanX-3A/UniBRITE,CanX-3B/BRITE-Austria


PSLV-C13
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/hyderabad/launches-make-isro-turn-god-360
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/sci-tech/isro-superstitious-before-rocket-launch_100251339.html
"There is no such rocket designated with that number."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.11.2010 00:24:15
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/ISRO-to-send-up-new-communication-satellite-in-2010/articleshow/6900651.cms
ЦитатаCHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is expected to close 2010 with the launch of communication satellite GSAT-5P, which will replace the ageing INSAT 2E to ensure continuity of service for telecom and television channel customers.

ISRO is also likely to open the New Year with the launch of Resourcesat-2, an earth observation satellite.

First to escape the earth's gravity sometime between Dec 10 and 15 will be ISRO's heavy rocket called the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) carrying GSAT-5P to replace the ageing INSAT 2E launched in 1999.

"The 2,300-kg satellite with 36 transponders will provide continuity of service to our telecom and television channel customers," S Satish, ISRO's director (publications and public relations), said.

Satish said a small snag that was detected earlier in one of the GSLV rocket's sub-systems has been set right.

Though ISRO is aiming to send its remote sensing/earth observation satellite Resourcesat-2 before this year on its lighter rocket polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV), officials do not discount the possibility of a launch early next year.

Piggy-backing on it will be two small satellites made in Singapore and Russia.

Remote sensing satellites send back earth pictures and other data for use. India is a major player in vending such data in the global market.

"Resourcesat-2 will be the replacement for Resourcesat-1 launched in 2003. For some time, both will work together," Satish added.

ISRO this year launched two major satellites - communication satellite GSAT-4 and remote sensing satellite Cartosat-2. While the launch of GSAT-4 failed as the GSLV rocket carrying it plunged into the sea due to engine failure, Cartosat-2 was placed successfully in the orbit.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.11.2010 00:49:48
Состоявшиеся пуски

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 ЛМВ - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени
12 июля - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) - 07:53 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2010
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО 23 декабрь - GSAT-5P (INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.II) - ПО

2011
20 января - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 (XL) - ПО
начало года - RISAT-1, AISat, SRMSat - PSLV-C17 (XL) - ПО
начало года - GSAT-8(INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
середина года - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-F05 (Mk.II) - ПО
май - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, Orbcomm AIS sat 1 - PSLV-C18 (CA) - ПО
конец июля - SRE-2, PROTIERS, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Orbcomm AIS sat 2 - PSLV-C19 - ПО
декабрь - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), SAPPHIRE, Max Valier, Venta-1, ALSAT-2B - PSLV-C20 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV-F07 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-12, Gagan - GSLV-F08 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1, IRNSS-2 -  PSLV-C21 (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - ПО - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
первый квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C22 - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-C23 - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-C24 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3, IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV-F10 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III / Ariane 5- ПО или 2013

Попутная нагрузка

ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5, BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО

2013
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (Mk II) (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - ПО - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 14 ноября
Изменения от 19 ноября
Изменения от 20 ноября
Изменения от 12 декабря
Изменения от 14 декабря
Изменения от 19 декабря
Изменения от 20 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 13.11.2010 14:05:32
The "Max Valier" satellite has been rescheduled for a launch in autumn 2011. [1] (http://gobmeran-satellit.jimdo.com/zeitplan/)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.11.2010 14:07:40
Thanks! :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.11.2010 02:10:04
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
Цитата2011

1st half    ~ 800km Sun Synchronous, 06:00am LTDN   PSLV   
end of Summer    ~ 600-700km Sun Synchronous (TBC)   PSLV   CubeSats, Nanosats

2012

1st/2nd quarter   ~ 600-800km Sun Synchronous   PSLV   NanoSats, CubeSats
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.11.2010 22:39:48
http://www.hindu.com/2010/11/14/stories/2010111464371000.htm
ЦитатаISRO to launch three satellites for studying climate change
[/size]
Chennai: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch three satellites -- Megha-Tropiques, SARAL and RISAT-1 -- next year to study climate change, said its Chairman K. Radhakrishnan on Saturday.

Inaugurating an international conference on 'Recent advances in space technology services and climate change - 2010,' at Sathyabama University, he said that ISRO and the French National Space Agency (CNES) would be launching Megha-Tropiques by mid-2011 to study tropical climate. While two sensors were developed by CNES, ISRO jointly worked on a sensor. Another ISRO-CNES mission to be launched next year is SARAL (Satellite for Argos and Altika) for seasonal forecasting, oceanography and climate studies.

The ISRO would provide the platform and overseeing satellite operations, including launch, orbit acquisition and station keeping. The CNES would provide the payload and process data.

The Indo-French joint missions are part of the synergy among nations to work in the areas of space technology and climate change, he said.

India had been invited to be part of the International Space Station and discussions were on the nature of scientific experiments to be conducted on board.

Also to be launched next year, the Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT-1), a microwave remote sensing satellite, will provide all-weather surveillance. Hylas, a communication satellite, would be launched on November 27; GSAT -5P in December and RESOURCESAT- 2 along with YOUTHSAT in January 2011.

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) director P.S. Veeraraghavan said that ISRO was working on semi-cryogenic, green liquid and green solid propellants for reduction of green house gases, which could reduce cost of launch operations.

National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) director V. Jayaraman said the space technology could provide unbiased inputs to find out climate change variables and monitor change. Professors Matthias Roth and Wong Nyuk Hien of the National University of Singapore delivered special lectures.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.11.2010 11:40:15
http://www.zeenews.com/news669217.html
ЦитатаResourcesat-2 satellite launch in January: ISRO[/size]
Updated on Friday, November 19, 2010, 21:21

Bangalore: India's premier space agency ISRO will launch Resourcesat-2 advanced remote sensing satellite on board home-made PSLV rocket in January.

The Bangalore-headquartered space agency held a mission readiness review in the Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh today during which ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan and top ISRO officials were present.

The standard PSLV-C16, with six strap-on boosters, would carry Resourcesat-2, auxiliary spacecraft of Youthsat and X-sat.

Resourcesat-2 is a follow on mission to Resourcesat-1 to provide data continuity. Resourcesat-1, launched in October 2003, has outlived its designed mission life of five years and is working satisfactorily, ISRO sources said.

Youthsat, a microsatellite, is a participatory scientific mission with a payload from Russia and two from India. It is a micro satellite carrying scientific payloads. X-sat is Singapore's first indigenous satellite.

Meanwhile, ISRO is slated to hold tomorrow a mission readiness review vis-a-vis GSLV mission, which is expected in the last week of December. GSLV would carry on board GSAT-5P, an exclusive C-band communication satellite with a designedmission life of 12 years.

PTI
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 11.12.2010 18:49:13
http://www.hindustantimes.com/ISRO-to-launch-new-satellite-on-December-20/Article1-637241.aspx
ЦитатаISRO to launch new satellite on December 20[/size]
Press Trust Of India
Bangalore, December 11, 2010
First Published: 18:29 IST(11/12/2010)

Indian Space Research Organisation has decided to launch its new communication satellite GSAT-5 Prime from the spaceport of Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh at around 4 pm on December 20. Sources in the Bangalore-headquartered space agency said that the mission readiness review in Sriharikota on
Friday, chaired by ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan, gave the go-ahead for the mission.

"The satellite is slated to be moved to the launch-pad tomorrow (Sunday)", an ISRO official said.

The 2400-kg satellite, equipped with 24 normal C-band and 12 Extended C-band transponders, would be launched by home-made Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F06) powered by Russian cryogenic engine.

The exclusive C-band GSAT-5P has a designed mission life of 12 years.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.12.2010 23:39:34
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5g2L7LEeDnQNEv8KuK-emglKiDDmw?docId=CNG.287f99cf53380cfffea81f8d5de03ae0.931
ЦитатаAustria to launch first satellites in 2011
[/size]
(AFP) - 2 days ago

VIENNA -- Austria will launch its first ever satellites into space next year to measure variations in the brilliance of stars, a project leader from the Technical University (TU) of Graz announced Friday.

The two cube-shaped satellites -- each measuring just 20 centimetres (eight inches) per side and weighing seven kilograms (15 pounds) -- are part of a joint project with Canada and Poland entitled "BRITE" (Bright Target Explorer).

Developed by TU Graz and the Technical University of Vienna, in collaboration with the University of Toronto in Canada, the two mini-satellites will measure the light intensity of stars with more precision than was possible until now, Otto Koudelka from TU Graz said Friday.

This could help explain how stars are formed and reveal further clues about the history of the universe, he explained.

The Austrian satellites will be launched aboard an Indian rocket in late July, although a clear date as not yet been set.

Four further satellites, two from Poland and two from Canada, will then follow in 2012.

According to Koudelka, this would be the first project involving multiple mini-satellites with the same mission.

"That way, we can maximise the observation time, the scientific gains will be that much greater," he told the Austria Press Agency.

Ground control stations in Graz and Vienna, as well as compatible stations in Poland and Canada, will download data from the satellites.

The satellites' life expectancy was estimated at two years, but the chances were "very good they will survive much longer," said Koudelka.
http://www.brite-pl.pl/index_en.html
ЦитатаThe international meeting of BRITE Science Team took place on 15-18 February in Warsaw, which was attended by scientists from the Polish, Austria and Canada. Representatives of the CBK and CAMK, representing the Polish side, they officially joined into the International Consortium Project BRITE founded previously by Canada and Austria.

May 19, 2010, a press conference was held in the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The first model of satellite BRITE-PL was presented during this conference. An annex to the agreement on the financing of the project to build and launch satellites was also signed then.
http://www.thenews.pl/national/artykul140616_stanislaw-lem-leads-polish-satellite-poll.html
ЦитатаStanislaw Lem leads Polish satellite poll
30.09.2010 13:40
The late science fiction author StanisBaw Lem is favourite to have the first Polish satellite named after him.

Lem's name currently tops the list in an internet poll launched on the Education Ministry web site. The vote closes at midnight tonight and the results are to be announced on October 7.

So far close to 45 percent of more than 45,000 votes cast on the webpage indicate StanisBaw Lem, who died in 2006, a clear leader. In second place is space travel pioneer Ary Sternfeld, born in Sieradz, and third is 17th century GdaDsk astronomer Jan Hevelius.  

The first Polish satellite will be placed in orbit in 2011 and a second in 2013.

Both are being built by the Space Research Centre of the Polish Academy of Sciences with the Copernicus Astronomy Centre in ToruD, in cooperation with space research institutes in Vienna, Graz, Toronto and Montreal.

The launch will be made from the Sriharikota spaceport in India.

The satellites are part of the international BRITE project (Bright Target Explorer Constellation), a programme carrying out continuous observation of 286 brightest stars in the sky.

The cost of the project is 14.2 million zloty (more than 3.5 million euro), Poland's biggest outlay to astronomy and space research since 1986.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.12.2010 23:51:09
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/ISRO-renews-EADS-deal-on-commercial-satellites/720637
ЦитатаISRO renews EADS deal on commercial satellites[/size]

Johnson T A Tags : Nicolas Sarkozy visit, Indian Space Research Organisation, K Radhakrishnan Posted: Sun Dec 05 2010, 04:22 hrs Bangalore:

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), on the sidelines of the visit of French President Nicolas Sarkozy, announced the renewal of a five-year contract with European space firm EADS Astrium to build commercial satellites to be launched from French space facilities.

ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan announced the renewal of the contract that in its first tenure saw EADS Astrium outsource the building of two private communication satellites -- W2M and the HYLAS -- to ISRO's satellite centre while welcoming Sarkozy to ISRO's satellite facilities at Bangalore.

The ISRO chairman announced a May 2011 launch date for the Indo French joint satellite programme called Megha Tropiques, intended to study tropical atmosphere in a larger exercise to understand the effects of climate change. ISRO also announced a December 2011 launch date for a second Indo French satellite programme SARAL intended to study oceans.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 13.12.2010 23:06:37
Заметил такую особенность - похоже, со Второго пускового стола (SLP) ещё ни одна GSLV успешно не слетала.  :?
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.12.2010 21:13:30
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/indl-goods-/-svs/engineering/India-to-launch-advanced-communication-satellite-Dec-20/articleshow/7092073.cms
Цитата13 Dec, 2010, 01.22PM IST,IANS
India to launch advanced communication satellite Dec 20[/size]

CHENNAI: India will Dec 20 launch the advanced GSAT-5P communication satellite that will replace the ageing INSAT 2E and ensure continuity of telecom and television services, an official said.

"The launch window will open at 1600 hours on Dec 20," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) director (publications and public relations) S. Satish told IANS.

Carrying the 2,300 kg GSAT-5P with 36 transponders, India's heavy rocket - the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) - will blast off from ISRO's second launch pad at Sriharikota, around 80 km from here between 4 and 4.30 p.m.

According to officials, the fully assembled rocket was moved to the launch pad and anchored there Sunday morning around 7.45 a.m. The satellite was placed inside the heat shield last week.

ISRO officials told IANS that the process of filling the liquid and cryogenic fuel will begin around 30 hours before the actual flight when the countdown begins.

Prior to the countdown, ISRO will test the rocket's various systems. Its full systems test will be done Monday (Dec 13).

According to ISRO officials, the launch rehearsal will be held on Dec 17 but without the liquid and cryogenic fuel.

"If satisfied with the rocket's condition then the final clearance for the flight will be given. Then the rocket will be `armed'- connecting of all pyro systems to the batteries - so that they ignite when the command is given," said an ISRO official.

ISRO is also likely to begin the New Year with the launch of Resourcesat-2, an earth observation satellite.

Remote sensing satellites send back pictures and other data for use. India is a major player in vending such data in the global market.

"Resourcesat-2 will be the replacement for Resourcesat-1, launched in 2003. For some time, both will work together," Satish added.

Piggy-backing on it will be two small satellites made in Singapore and Russia .

The satellites will be carried by ISRO's another rocket called polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) and the launch date is around Jan 20.

According to ISRO officials the Resourcesat-2 and another small satellite are expected to reach Sriharikota by December end.

ISRO this year launched two major satellites - communication satellite GSAT-4 and remote sensing satellite Cartosat-2. While the launch of GSAT-4 failed as the GSLV rocket carrying it plunged into the sea due to an engine failure, Cartosat-2 was placed successfully in the orbit.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.12.2010 19:24:38
http://www.isro.org/news/pdf/gslv-f06.pdf
ЦитатаLaunch of GSLV-F06 / GSAT-5P Mission Postponed[/size]
 
The launch of GSLV-F06 with  GSAT-5P Satellite onboard, scheduled for December 20, 2010 has been postponed due to a minor leak in one of the valves of the Russian Cryogenic stage, observed during the pre-countdown checks.
 
The 29-hours countdown sequence planned to commence at 1100 hrs today (Dec 19th) has not been authorized by the Launch Authorisation Board that met this forenoon to review the results of pre-countdown checks.
 
The revised schedule for launch will be firmed up after ascertaining the cause for the leak, remedial actions and due verifications.  
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.12.2010 13:28:55
http://news.in.msn.com/national/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4720346
Цитата"We are planning to do a small experiment tomorrow to ascertain the cause for the leak. If the leak is the same (as noticed during the pre-countdown checks), then we can go ahead with the launch. If the leak is increasing... beyond certain limits, then we have to stop (the mission)," the official said on condition of anonymity.
If things are okay after verifications, ISRO might schedule the launch for Thursday, sources in the Bangalore-headquartered agency said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2010 21:16:00
http://news.in.msn.com/national/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4730640
ЦитатаGSLV mission to be launched on Dec 25
[/size]
Bangalore, Dec 22 (PTI) The launch of India''s latest communication satellite GSAT-5P has now been slated for December 25, a week after it was put off following a leak in the Russian cryogenic stage of the launch vehicle.

"The launch is scheduled for December 25 at 4.01 pm (from the spaceport of Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh). A 29-hour countdown will start on December 24 at 11.01 am," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) spokesperson S Satish told PTI here.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2010 21:27:04
Состоявшиеся пуски[/size]

15 апреля - GSAT-4, Gagan - GSLV-D3 (Mk.II) - 14:57 ЛМВ - авария РН на этапе работы третьей ступени
12 июля - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, STUDSAT, TIsat-1, AISSat-1 - PSLV-C15 (CA) - 07:53 ЛМВ
25 декабря - GSAT-5P (INSAT-4D) - GSLV-F06 (Mk.II?) - 13:34 ДМВ - авария на этапе работы первой ступени

Планирующиеся пуски[/size]

2011
1-6 февраля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 (XL) - ПО
март-апрель - GSAT-8 (INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
март-апрель - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
май - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, Orbcomm AIS sat 1 - PSLV-C17 (CA) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1, AISat, SRMSat - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
конец года или начало 2011 - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО -

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2012
начало года - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), SAPPHIRE, Max Valier, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - Ariane 5 -  ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III / Ariane 5- ПО или 2013
ПО - Navy Communications Satellite - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (Mk II) (ПО) - ПО - или 2014
первый квартал - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка

ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP)  - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет


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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 24.12.2010 17:09:35
WNISAT-1: Nanosatellite for north arctic routes and atmosphere monitoring (http://axelspace.com/presentations/utah_small_%20satellite_conference.pdf) [pdf, 0.9MB]

- Expecting PSLV(C-19) of India for the launcher
- Launch date will be on the late 2011
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 24.12.2010 22:56:40
UN/Austria/ESA Symposium on Small Satellite Programmes for Sustainable Development: Payloads for Small Satellite Programmes, 21-24 September 2010 (http://www.unoosa.org/oosa/en/SAP/act2010/graz/index.html)[/size]
Launch Opportunities for Small Satellites, Freddy M. Pranajaya

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.12.2010 22:11:55
Thanks!
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 25.12.2010 00:32:56
The EnMAP (Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program) satellite is scheduled for launch on the PSLV in 2014. [1] (http://www.dlr.de/caf/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-5514/9217_read-17744/)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.12.2010 00:05:02
Danke sch
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.12.2010 12:43:19
The Journey of STUDSAT - C. Dixit, STUDSAT Team, India  (http://www.iafastro.com/docs/2010/iac/nanosat/8_Dixit.pdf)
ЦитатаSTUDent SATellite Program STUDSAT 2A/2B: Twin Satellite Project for Inter Satellite Communication
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 25.12.2010 23:53:11
ЦитатаDanke sch
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.12.2010 09:57:29
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article979370.ece
ЦитатаThese would be followed by the launch of GSAT-10 and GSAT-9. Next to follow would be GSAT-12, a smaller communication satellite that would be put in orbit by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle from Sriharikota.

The ISRO Chairman, however, said: "we will now review the GSLV programme" since a GSLV of the same class was needed to put Chandrayaan-2 into orbit in 2013-14. While India would build the Chandrayaan-2 and the rover that would drive about on the Moon's soil, Russia would provide the lander, which would land the rover on the lunar soil. "The Russians are happy with the [Chandrayaan-2] programme so far," he said.

The ISRO would launch a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C16) from Sriharikota in the first week of February 2011. The rocket would put in orbit India's Resourcesat-2, Youthsat with payloads from Russia and India, and X-Sat from Singapore.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.12.2010 10:33:41
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Technical-glitch-after-liftoff-GSLVs-gone-in-63-seconds/articleshow/7164870.cms
ЦитатаIsro has lined up four launches next year, including PSLV 17. "Chandrayaan-2 launch will take place in 2013-2014 in collaboration with Russia," he said, adding that Isro was conducting ground tests on the indigenous cryogenic engine.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.12.2010 11:15:36
http://news.in.msn.com/national/article.aspx?cp-documentid=4739966
Цитата26/12/2010
ISRO to send three satellites on board PSLV early next year[/size]

Sriharikota (AP), Dec 25 (PTI) ISRO intended to make a series of launches in 2011-2012 including a "Youth Satellite" made by students of Singapore University, the space agency''s Chairman K Radhakrishnan said today.
Explaining about the agency''s future plans, he told reporters here that ISRO was hoping to sending three satellites on board the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle early next year.
"Currently it is in the assembling stage. We will be doing the flight testing stage later in January (2011) and we are expecting it to be launched in the first week of February," he said, adding it will be the 16 mission of the PSLV, (PSLV C-16).
The vehicle would carry the Resourcesat-II, Youth Sat, a satellite developed by students of Singapore University, and X-SAT.
Resourcesat-2 is a follow on mission to Resourcesat-1. It is intended to replace Resourcesat-1 launched in 2003. The images provided by Resourcesat-1 were used for advanced applications such as vegetation, crop yield and disaster management support.
Besides, he said a heavier communication satellite GSAT-8 which is being jointly developed by Indo-French space agencies would be launched from Arianespace French Guyuana in March-April 2011.
"24 Ku-band transponders will be coming by March 2011..
We have a contract with them (French Guyana)," he said. "After this we will be launching the GSAT-10 and GSAT-9 completing the series," he said, adding that GSAT-10 and GSAT-9 would be communication satellites.
ISRO is also looking at possibilities to launch Megha-tropiques satellite on PSLV-C17 by 2011 which would help to study the tropical climates.
On the Chandrayaan-2 mission, he said they are planning to launch it in 2013-2014. He said that the space agency discussed the matter with French President Nicolas Sarkozy who expressed happiness about the mission.
Sarkozy and his wife Carla Bruni had visited the ISRO headquarters at Bangalore early this month.
Radhakrishnan said they would also launch the communication satellite GSAT-12 using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle next year.
"We are building it right now.. We are going to launch it from Sriharikota in 2011", he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.12.2010 12:50:16
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/123772/isro-go-ahead-despite-setback.html
ЦитатаISRO to go ahead despite setback
Sriharikota, Dec 25, DHNS:

The failure of the GSLV-FO6 mission will not affect Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) efforts to add transponder capacities to a range of telecom, meteorology, television and radio broadcast services by the Indian National Satellite System, ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan said.

Though Saturday's aborted communication satellite "GSAT-5P" carried 24 C-band and 12 Extended C-band transponders to augment the capacity of the Indian communication satellites already in orbit, the ISRO will be launching "GSAT-8" with 24 Ku band transponders on board the Ariane vehicle of the European Space Agency in French Guyana in March/April 2011, Radhakrishnan said.

Sixty-four of the 67 transponders now leased out by the ISRO to commercial customers were in the more powerful Ku band. The next "GSAT-8" launch should considerably help to augment capacities for service providers.

Further, in the next three to four months, the ISRO will launch smaller satellites from here on board a "Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)" with 12 "Extended C-band transponders."

That will also help offset Saturday's loss, he said. These will be followed by communication satellites, "GSAT-10" and "GSAT-9."

On the GSLV front, Radhakrishnan said the ISRO planned a series of ground tests during 2011 in the wake of steps to redesign the indigenous cryogenic engine it used in the third stage after last April's failure.

Six of the seven cryogenic engines got from Russia have been used so far. "Our seeking more cryogenic engines from them will depend on how we develop our indigenous cryogenic engine," he said.

The ISRO plans its next GSLV flight by 2011-end or early 2012, after a thorough study of the present failures.

The space body's forthcoming flights in 2011 will be PSLV-centric that has proved its versatility internationally.

The next PSLV flight from Sriharikota, planned for early February 2011, will carry three satellites "Resource Sat-II," a "youth satellite" built by students at Moscow University and the ISRO, besides a third one built by Singapore University.

The GSLV launch vehicle required for the ISRO's ambitious "Chandrayaan II" (Moon Mission) programme, planned for 2013-14, will also be reviewed now thoroughly. The ISRO is working with Russia on "Chandrayaan II" with "India providing the orbiter and the rover, and they providing the lunar lander," he explained.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.12.2010 02:11:29
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/Story/124798/World/gslv-failure-triggers-hunt-for-signalling-units-abroad.html
ЦитатаThe GSAT- 12, to be launched atop the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in the last quarter of 2011, would also provide 12 C- band transponders.
http://www.dnaindia.com/money/report_gslv-burnout-a-disaster-for-broadcasters-telcos_1487876
ЦитатаHe said Isro's was planning another polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) satellite lift-off in the beginning of the fourth quarter of next year that will carry C-band transponders.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.01.2011 23:35:10
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/isro-to-launch-two-large-communication-satellites-this-year/articleshow/7222537.cms
Цитата5 Jan, 2011, 03.01PM IST,PTI
ISRO to launch two large communication satellites this year[/size]

CHENNAI: ISRO today said it plans to launch at least two large communication satellites within this calendar year to tide over the scarcity of transponders due to the failure of two consecutive GSLV missions.

The space agency has also decided to turn to the tried and tested Arianespace for the twin launches scheduled for March and December this year.

"We are going to launch GSAT-8 and GSAT-10 this year. These two satellites will reduce the scarcity of transponders and help us reduce the backlog," T K Alex, Director of the ISRO Satellite Centre , told reporters on the sidelines of the 98th Indian Science Congress here.

Alex said the space agency has also been hiring transponders on other satellites as a temporary solution to clear the backlog.

The 51-m tall Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, carrying the 2.3-tonne advanced communications satellite GSAT-5P with 36 transponders, exploded barely a minute after it blasted off from the Sriharikota spaceport last month.

This was the second consecutive failure of a GSLV mission in nine months.

On April 15, the GSLV launched using an indigenously developed cryogenic engine failed to put the GSAT-4 in orbit.

Alex said ISRO plans to launch the RISAT, Resourcesat-2, Meghtropiques and Youthsat satellites this year.

He said another communication satellite GSAT-12 will also be launched using a PSLV rocket sometime in the middle of the year.

On the December failure of the GSLV, he said a committee of scientists was going into the reasons for the failure and ways to correct it.

"We will go forward with a positive attitude," he said. Alex said ISRO is also developing its own cryogenic engine and ground tests for the same have been planned for this year.

"There are some very particular issues and we will try to solve them this year and possibly we will come out of it. Then we will be out of the red," he said. "Next year our own GSLV should be able to carry satellites," he said.

Alex said ISRO was also helping universities develop smaller satellites -- nano satellites -- which also could be used to demonstrate nascent technologies.

Five institutes -- IIT-Kanpur, IIT-Mumbai, Indian Institute of Space Technology , Sathyabhama Institute and Vellore Institute of Technology -- have been building nano satellites.
http://www.sify.com/news/swarms-of-satellites-possible-isro-news-national-lbfoujeedce.html
ЦитатаThe satellite built by students of SRM University will be launched by ISRO this year.
http://www.sify.com/news/india-to-have-own-satellite-navigation-system-soon-isro-news-national-lbfranedaaa.html
ЦитатаOn ISRO's GAGAN (GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation) project, Kibe said it will be used for landing of aircrafts with an accuracy of six metres and the target date of activating the system is 2012.
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article1034843.ece
ЦитатаThe Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) plans to implement the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) to provide India and neighbouring countries with the Position Navigation and Timing (PNT) service, S.V. Kibe, Brahmprakash Professor in the ISRO Headquarters, Bangalore, said on Wednesday.

The government had approved the project, which would be implemented in the next few years. Initially, the system would have seven satellites and then 11, he said, addressing the Space Summit at the 98th Indian Science Congress at Kattankulathur near here.
http://www.sify.com/news/isro-to-launch-satellites-to-boost-transponder-capacity-news-national-lbfpajjhacg.html
ЦитатаOn the sidelines of the Space Summit session at the 98th Indian Science Congress Wednesday, T.K. Alex, director of the ISRO Satellite Centre, said: 'In March/April, we will launch communication satellites GSAT-8 from French Guyana using Ariane rocket. Later this year or early 2012, GSAT-10 will be launched again by Ariane.'

ISRO will also be launching GSAT-12 satellite using its own rocket - polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV) in March/April, he said.
http://knol.google.com/k/vijainder-k-thakur/indian-military-satellite-program/yo54fmdhy2mq/104#
ЦитатаIAF Satellite
The first dedicated IAF satellite is scheduled for launch in FY 2011-12, after the Navy satellite scheduled for launch in FY 2010-11.

The satellite was initially scheduled to be launched in July 2009, according to a PTI report on November 18, 2008. In early January 2009, the IAF Chief said the IAF satellite will be launched in 2010.
http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/uncategorized/dedicated-satellite-for-iaf-by-2010-to-enhance-surveillance-capabilities_100154335.html
ЦитатаThe Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch the dedicated satellite for the IAF onboard the Polar Launch Satellite Vehicle (PSLV) from its spaceport at Sriharikota
И для освежения памяти:
ISRO annual report for 2009-2010 (http://www.isro.org/rep2010/citizens.htm)

(http://s56.radikal.ru/i151/1004/a6/b39dcb07f026.jpg) (http://www.isro.org/rep2010/image/mission-profilenew.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.01.2011 23:53:24
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/20101228_satellites.html
ЦитатаIndia to launch 30 earth observation satellites in next decade[/size]     
28 December 2010    

Bangalore: India may launch at least 30 earth observation satellites over the next one decade, according to a government official at the Department of Space (DoS). Perspective plans drawn up for the next ten years foresee launch of a series of Resourcesat, Cartosat, ocean and atmospheric satellites.

Cartosat-2. Image: ISRO"We expect not less than 30 satellites," director of the Hyderabad-based National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), Dr V Jayaraman said. The NRSC operates under the DoS.

NRSC is responsible for remote sensing, satellite data acquisition and processing, data dissemination, aerial remote sensing and decision support for disaster management.

The satellites to be launched would include Cartosat-3 with 30 cm resolution, he said.

"We will launch Resourcesat-2 in early February or ending January. It will be a replacement satellite for Resourcesat-1 which gave us 5.8 metres, 70 km multi-spectral data for the first time," Dr Jayaraman said.

He also revealed that ISRO was setting up an integrated multi-mission ground segment in Hyderabad at an investment of Rs35-40 crore. The centre is expected to become operational in June next.

Dr Jayaraman said through this ground station (segment), ISRO would be able to receive all the satellite data "...making the (space) products in such a way that every day we will supply 1000 products to the users directly."

Currently, NRSC can deliver space ''products'' within four-five days of receiving the data. This new ground segment would enable to do this work within 12 hours and supply "emergency products" within an hour.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.01.2011 00:03:24
Цитата6 Jan, 2011, 03.24PM IST,IANS
Chennai students design nano satellite, to be launched April[/size]

CHENNAI: A group of 54 engineering students from the city has designed a 10-kg nano satellite to monitor greenhouse gases (GHG) that the Indian space agency is planning to launch in April.

The students from the SRM University, some 40 km from the capital city, have been working on the project 'SRMSAT' since 2008. The satellite weighing just 10 kg is being developed under the guidance of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) at a cost of Rs.1 crore.

With climate change becoming a cause of serious concern globally, the satellite will monitor GHG - mainly carbon dioxide - in the atmosphere. A grating spectrometer is employed for monitoring earth-based sources and sinks of anthropogenic and natural sources of GHG.

The students from 12 disciplines of engineering in the university have been working closely with the ISRO to develop the nano satellite.

A nano satellite is one that weighs less than, or equal to, 10 kg.

"The satellite is scheduled for launch in April this year with ISRO's Megatropics G satellite. We have signed a memorandum of understanding with the national space agency for the project," M. Loganathan, former ISRO scientist who is heading the team, told IANS on the sidelines of the ongoing Indian Science Congress at the SRM University campus here.

According to Loganathan, the students are very passionate about the project and would work on it after their classes.

"Their classes get over by 4 p.m. and after that all of them hang on in the research laboratory for say till midnight to work on the nano satellite. It's their baby and an outcome of their hard work," he said.

The ISRO said the satellite has to be tested before it can be included as a payload.

The students have been wholly involved in the project, right from procuring components to assembling and testing the satellite.

Explaining the initial problems they faced, Sarwesh Narayaan, a mechanical engineering student, told IANS: "It was difficult to communicate technically as we all come from different disciplines of engineering, but we did overcome it as each of us had to understand the concepts of all the other disciplines before designing the project."

"All of us are multi-tasking, and an electrical engineer student in the group is also conversant with the concepts of mechanical, aerospace, electrical communication and information engineering. We have been solving each others' problem," Guruditya Singh, a final year student, told IANS.

It's the team spirit that keeps this group of 51 men and 3 women students going.

"Whenever we get some time, maybe over lunch or dinner or during weekends, our point of discussion is only SRMSAT. Each one of us enjoys talking about it and our sessions go on for hours. There is nobody junior or senior but a team, and our mantra is value for thought. A first year student can also give a good piece of advice to the group," said Anushree Mahapatra, a student of electronic and information engineering.

The conception of SRMSAT dates back to August 2008 when the vision of launching a student satellite was put forward at a seminar taken by eminent space scientist D. Raghavamurty.

"It is planned to make our first nano satellite as a SRMSAT bus so that further missions can be continued with different payloads that can be supported with this design," said Loganathan.

More and more students are showing interest in the space science.

In 2010, ISRO launched Studsat -- a tiny satellite built by 35 students from four engineering colleges in Bangalore and three in Hyderabad -- which can take pictures of the earth from space, helping in weather forecasting.

During the golden jubilee celebrations of IIT-Kanpur last year, President Pratibha Patil handed over to the ISRO a nano satellite 'Jugnu' developed by students of the country's premier institution.

Other institutes have got in the act as well. A 3.5-kg satellite 'Pradhan' is being built by students of IIT-Mumbai. Students of Sathyabhama University, Chennai, are also working on a nano satellite.

In Vellore Institute of Technology University (VITU), Vellore, the students have designed the TubeSat, which is a pico-satellite, weighing less than 1 kg.
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/chennai/isro-eyes-spy-sky-589
ЦитатаIsro eyes to spy from sky[/size]
January 6th, 2011

an. 5: Indian Space Research Organisation scientists will soon launch a high resolution satellite capable of continuously monitoring major swathes along the country's borders.

"It will be stationed at an altitude of 36,000 km and transmit live pictures of the areas of our choice," said Ranganath R. Navalgund, director, Space Application Centre, Ahmedabad, a specialised unit of Isro.

Delivering the key-note address in the Space Summit held here on Wednesday as part of the 98th edition of the Indian Science Congress, Prof. Navalgund pointed out that the present fleet of remote sensing satellites have been parked in the low earth orbit. "We do not get continuous images since the satellites keep on orbiting the earth in a different speed. They pass through one particular area once in every four or five hours. But geostationary satellites can offer continuous and uninterrupted images similar to the one given by TV cameras though with less resolution," he said. Though he refused to divulge more details, he said that the spacecraft would be operational in one or two years. Wednesday turned out to be Team Isro's day in the ISC session with Suresh V. Kibe, another satellite scientist revealing India's plan to set up a satellite-based navigation system of its own.

"The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System with a fleet of 11 satellites will be operational by next year. The GPS aided Geo-Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) satellite which we are building will offer high resolution images to the civil aviation sector. This will bring down aviation mishaps as pilots will get sharp and clear pictures and signals from control towers," he said. Isro Satellite Centre, Bengaluru director T.K. Alex said mini and micro satellites would make space exploration a cheap affair. "They could be used for a variety of purposes. We are encouraging private educational institutions and students to take up satellite fabrication as a serious profession since as they stand to gain in terms of information and data," said Mr Alex.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.01.2011 00:14:58
Планирующиеся пуски[/size]

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
24 февраля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 (XL) - утро
март - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (HP) - ПО
апрель-май - GSAT-8 (INSAT-4G), Gagan - ARIANE-5 - ПО
июнь - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, SRMSat, 2ХOrbcomm AIS sat - PSLV (ПО) (CA) - ПО
второе полугодие - RISAT-1, AISat - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
первый квартал - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), SAPPHIRE, Max Valier, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - InSat-3D - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО - или начало 2013

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (Mk II) (ПО) - ПО - или 2014
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III / Ariane 5- ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет


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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.01.2011 21:50:21
Maintaining the pace: a second Ariane 5 arrives in French Guiana for launch in 2011 (http://www.arianespace.com/news-mission-update/2011/753.asp)
ЦитатаKey elements of the Ariane 5 launcher for Arianespace's second flight of 2011 arrived at the Spaceport this week, where they will be readied for a dual payload mission with the Yahsat 1A and Intelsat New Dawn telecommunications satellites.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 15.01.2011 00:18:55
ЦитатаMaintaining the pace: a second Ariane 5 arrives in French Guiana for launch in 2011 (http://www.arianespace.com/news-mission-update/2011/753.asp)
ЦитатаKey elements of the Ariane 5 launcher for Arianespace's second flight of 2011 arrived at the Spaceport this week, where they will be readied for a dual payload mission with the Yahsat 1A and Intelsat New Dawn telecommunications satellites.
А эта новость в своем разделе?  :wink:
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.01.2011 18:42:18
Имеет в том смысле, что пуск GSAT-8 в марте уже невозможен. Что и нашло отражение в плане пусков.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.01.2011 18:53:26
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/isro-to-launch-three-satellite-in-q1-of-2011/140701-11.html
ЦитатаISRO to launch three satellite in Q1 of 2011[/size]

Thiruvananthapuram: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which had a recent setback with the failure of its latest communication satellite GSAT-5P, is planning three major satellite launches in the first quarter of this year.

'Resourcesat-2', an advanced remote sensing satellite, 'Youthsat', a participatory scientific mission with payloads from both Russia and India, and X-sat, Singapore's first indigenous satellite, will be the launched on board of home made PSLV C-16 in February, March and April, ISRO Chairman Dr K Radhakrishnan said here.

"We have three major missions slated to be done in coming February, March and April months. Among them Resourcesat-2 is meant to replace Resourcesat-1, launched in 2003, to provide data connectivity," Dr Radhakrishnan during his presidential address to an international conference on Contemporary trends in Optics and Optoelectronics at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre here.

"The 'Youthsat' would carry a payload developed by the students of Moscow University in Russia," he told the meet organised by Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) and Optical Society of India (OSI).

"PSLV-C16 vehicle has already been assembled at the space port at Sreeharikota. Resourcesat-2 and Youthsat are getting ready for shipment to SHAR from the ISRO's centres. Both these satellites carry a host of advance optical payloads," he said.

Another communication satellite GSAT-8 is getting ready for launch onboard Ariane-5 in April-May 2011.

Alluding to the recent failure of GSLV, the Chairman said "We have several success stories and a couple of failures. We will learn from our failures," he said.

The cause of the failure had been pinpointed and could tell anything about it only after detailed evaluation and studies, Radhakrishnan said.

"We had 9 launches and realised 9 spacecrafts including the path-breaking Chandrayaan during the four years 2006-09. We saw 7 successful missions of PSLV including two dedicated commercial launches, and 2 missions of GSLV with a failure of GSLV F02 in 2006 and a partial success of GSLV-F04 in 2007. We realised 7 Satellites including the high resolution Сartosat-2 series that brought us into an exclusive club globally," he said detailing India's space programmes in the last five years.

"Globally our efforts have been recognized. Several of world s major space powers Russia, USA and France -have showed keen interest in partnering with India on several fronts in space," he said.

Microwave Remote Sensing Satellite -RISAT-1, Meteorological Satellite INSAT-3D, Communication Satellites such as GSAT-7 and GSAT-10 and two Indo-French Joint Missions viz., Megha-Tropiques and SARAL are the agency's major plans in the next year, Radhakrishnan said.
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/ISRO-to-launch-three-satellites-in-1st-quarter-of-2011-/articleshow/7305925.cms
ЦитатаISRO to launch three satellites in 1st quarter of 2011
PTI, Jan 17, 2011, 08.24pm IST

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: ISRO has planned three major missions, including launch of advanced remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2, in the next three months.

"The coming three months are going to be eventful with three major milestones to be achieved," ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan told an international conference here.

He said homegrown PSLV-C16 launch vehicle has been assembled at Sriharikota spaceport and Resourcesat-2 and Youthsat, with advanced optical payloads, are being readied for shipment there for launch.

PSLV-C17 assembly would commence soon for geostationary transfer orbit mission to launch GSAT-12, a communication satellite, to be immediately followed by four PSLVs and flight testing of Indian cryogenics stage after tests on ground.

Another communication satellite GSAT-8 is getting ready for launch onboard European rocket Ariane-5 in April-May 2011.

'Resourcesat-2', 'Youthsat', a participatory scientific mission with payloads from Russia and India and X-sat, Singapore's first indigenous satellite, will be launched on board homegrown PSLV C-16, he said.

"We have three major missions slated to be done in coming February, March and April. Among them Resourcesat-2 is meant to replace Resourcesat-1, launched in 2003, to provide data connectivity," Radhakrishnan said.

'Youthsat' would carry a payload developed by students of Moscow university in Russia," he told the meet organised by Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (IIST) and Optical Society of India (OSI).
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.01.2011 01:54:38
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/resourcesat-2-launch-by-endfeb-isro/422440/
ЦитатаResourcesat-2 launch by end of Feb: ISRO[/size]
BS Reporter / Chennai/ Bangalore January 21, 2011, 0:25 IST

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which had a recent setback with the failure of Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-FO6) mission carrying its latest communication satellite GSAT-5P, will launch Resourcesat-2, a remote sensing satellite using PSLV C-16 version rocket by end of February 2011, said a top ISRO official.

"We will be launching three satellites in the next three months. They are PSLV C-16, PSLV C-17, and Resourcesat-2 and a series of communication satellites during the next year," K Radhakrishnan, chairman, ISRO said.

He told reporters on the sidelines of IMTEX 2011 here on Thursday he said the expert committee reports commissioned by ISRO on failures of GSLV on December 25 will be submitted by end of January.

ISRO would be launching 'Resourcesat-2', an advanced remote sensing satellite, 'Youthsat', a participatory scientific mission with payloads from both Russia and India, and X-sat, Singapore's first indigenous satellite, onboard the homemade PSLV C-16 during February, March and April.

Resourcesat-2 is meant to replace Resourcesat-1, launched in 2003, to provide data connectivity.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.01.2011 21:00:20
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/isro-sgl-jv-to-develop-third-versionigis/423193/
ЦитатаWith the country set to witness the launch of a synthetic aperture radar satellite in the second half of 2011, the ISRO-SGL JV intends to develop the third version of IGiS to process microwave data emerging out of the satellite.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.02.2011 01:45:22
http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/article1143360.ece
ЦитатаChennai, Январь 31, 2011
ISRO to launch remote sensing Resourcesat in February[/size]

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is getting ready to launch Resourcesat 2, a remote sensing earth observation satellite, by the end of February, officials said Monday.

Remote sensing satellites send back pictures and other data for various uses. India is a major player in providing such data in the global market.

Resourcesat-2 will replace Resourcesat-1 launched in 2003, which has outlived its original mission life of five years.

According to ISRO officials, the satellite has reached the Sriharikota rocket launch centre, around 80 kms from Chennai, and tests are being conducted.

The satellites will be carried by ISRO's polar satellite launch vehicle (PSLV). The launch will be between February 20 and 25 in the morning. The PSLV will also be carrying two other small satellites made in Singapore and Russia.

With nine orbiting satellites and the tenth one to join in February, India has the largest number of remote sensing satellites in the world providing images in a variety of spatial resolutions. The remote sensing satellites currently operational are: Resourcesat-1, Cartosat-2B, Oceansat-2, RISAT-2, Cartosat-2A, IMS-1, Cartosat-2, Resourcesat-1 and TES.

For some time Resourcesat-2 and Resourcesat-1 will work together before the latter is fully replaced, the official said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.02.2011 01:16:42
http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/110202-orbcomm-admits-sat-failed.html
ЦитатаAs part of its settlement with OHB Technology of Bremen, Germany, following the failure of the six satellites launched in June 2008, OHB and its Luxspace affiliate are building two dedicated AIS spacecraft for Orbcomm. These satellites are scheduled for launch starting by June, Orbcomm said in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.02.2011 01:43:35
ЦитатаIndia's spy in the sky by 2014[/size]

Published: Wednesday, Feb 10, 2010, 1:04 IST
By Bhargavi Kerur | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA

India will finally have its own 'official' eye in the sky to boost military intelligence.

Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) is developing the country's first full-fledged 'declared' spy satellite, which will be operational by 2014 to keep an eye on neighbouring regions. The satellite is expected to significantly help in maintaining a close watch on terror camps close to Indian borders.

The satellite, called Communication-Centric Intelligence Satellite
(CCI-Sat), will be launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) within the next four years.

The CCI-Sat will be capable of picking images and supporting communication (conversation between two satellite phones, for instance), besides surveillance. The project is currently in the initial stages of planning.

G Bhoopathy, director, Defence Electronic Research Laboratory, said the satellite would orbit Earth at an altitude of 500km, and would cover hostile regions in India's neighbourhood by passing on the surveillance data to the intelligence. "The focus is now space; we have to equip ourselves for electronic warfare from space, too," he said.

The satellite will be equipped with a synthetic aperture radar to take high resolution images of the target regions. Pegged at Rs100 crore, the satellite design and development will be made by Isro while the payload will be built by DLRL.

"We are in discussions with Isro at the moment," Bhoopathy said.
Unofficially, India in October 2001 has already entered the league of nations having spy satellites - USA, Russia, Japan and Russia - with the launch of the Technology Experiment Satellite (TES). In fact, TES provided the first one-metre resolution images of Afghanistan's interior regions on US's request as intelligence inputs when US troops entered that country post-9/11.

Besides TES, Isro's Cartosat series of satellites and the Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT)-2 can also be used for surveillance and espionage. However, CCI-Sat will be the first 100% spy satellite of India. "This satellite will be much better than Risat-2," Bhoopathy said.

Isro is also planning to launch the Gsat-7 satellite to boost communication system for the Indian Navy. This would be launched later this year.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.02.2011 01:56:10
http://srmsat.in/index.html
ЦитатаGround Station to be operational by 1-st week of june.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.02.2011 15:19:10
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg690915#msg690915
ЦитатаMight get official confirmation by today evening (IST,in print media), but hearing that the launch date for the PSLV is February 24, 2011.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.02.2011 15:03:26
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_isro-announces-new-moon-mission-with-us-jet-propulsion-lab_1506970
ЦитатаISRO announces new moon mission with US' Jet Propulsion Lab[/size]
Published: Saturday, Feb 12, 2011, 22:11 IST
Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI

In the midst of a controversial satellite deal with a private company, ISRO today announced that it was planning another moon mission jointly with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory of the US.

The Space Commission, India's apex space policy body, today gave ISRO the go-ahead to partner with JPL, which has sent missions to Mars and Venus, for the project names 'Moon Rise' which could be launched by NASA.

ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan said the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has invited proposals under its New Frontiers Programme announced in 2009.

As per the cooperation agreement, ISRO will send a satellite to orbit around the moon to transmit data to earth from rover JPL plans to send to the lunar surface.

As part of the project, JPL plans to drop a robotic lander into a basin at the moon's south pole to return lunar rocks back to Earth for study.

The mission, if selected, would be launched in 2016.

"We will have to send a Chandrayaan-I like probe that will orbit the moon for about four to five years. The 400-500 kg satellite around the moon could also carry some scientific experiments of ISRO," Radhakrishnan said.

He said the proposal was an outcome of India-US cooperation announced during the visit of President Barack Obama to India last year.

He said India's contribution to the project could amount to about $150 million.

The mission is part of a joint proposal with JPL which will be put up before NASA.

"We will take forward the proposal and work out a detail plan once NASA selects the proposal," Radhakrishnan said.

NASA has selected three proposals as candidates for the agency's next space venture to another celestial body in our solar system. The final project selected in mid-2011 may provide a better understanding of Earth's formation or perhaps the origin of life on our planet.
Видео:
http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/news/isro-announces-new-moon-mission/190825
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.02.2011 22:08:18
Youthsat ушёл на март а Aditya планируется в 2012:
http://www.oosa.unvienna.org/pdf/pres/stsc2011/tech-52.pdf
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.02.2011 22:12:41
Планирующиеся пуски[/size]

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

конец апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 (XL) - утро
второй квартал - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (HP) - ПО
11 мая - ST 2 & INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (V202) - ПО
конец года - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, SRMSat - PSLV (ПО) (CA) - ПО
второе полугодие - RISAT-1, AISat - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

первый квартал - SARAL (ALTIKA-ARGOS), SAPPHIRE, Max Valier, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-7(INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - InSat-3D - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
первый квартал - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО - или начало 2013

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Jugnu - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - AISSat-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CanX-3 (2 sat), BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

январь-февраль - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (Mk II) (ПО) - ПО - или 2014
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III / Ariane 5- ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или 2014)

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.02.2011 02:15:18
http://www.hindustantimes.com/ISRO-tests-rocket-motor-delays-satellite-launch/Article1-667091.aspx
ЦитатаThe test results will be studied and the final call on the rocket's launch carrying remote sensing satellite Resourcesat-2 is expected to be taken Feb 28 by Radhakrishnan.

ISRO officials said that around 20 days' time is required to test the rocket's subsystems after the launch permission.

If the permission is given on Mar 1, ISRO would require 20 days more to make the rocket and the satellite ready for launch.

Meanwhile, the fully assembled PSLV rocket is standing tall at the Sriharikota launch centre, around 80 km from in Chennai. All the three satellites are also at the rocket launch pad.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.03.2011 10:42:21
Isro gearing for Resourcesat-2 launch in April (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Isro-gearing-for-Resourcesat-2-launch-in-April/articleshow/7628493.cms)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.03.2011 08:43:36
MEGHA-TROPIQUES ушёл на второен полугодие:
http://smsc.cnes.fr/MEGHAT/Fr/index.htm
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 09.03.2011 17:29:42
Индия запустит три спутника, в том числе российско-индийский "ЮтСат"
ЦитатаНЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 9 мар - РИА Новости, Евгений Безека. Индия в апреле планирует запустить на орбиту три спутника с помощью ракеты-носителя PSLV, передает агентство ИАНС.

Запуск был намечен на февраль, однако из-за декабрьской аварии тяжелой ракеты GSLV был отложен. После этой неудачи руководство Индийской организации космических исследований (ИСРО) решило подстраховаться и более тщательно протестировать детали ракеты. Более легкая ракета PSLV - "рабочая лошадка" ИСРО, используемая для вывода спутников на околоземную орбиту.

PSLV выведет на орбиту три спутника: 1,2-тонный Resourcesat-2 для дистанционного зондирования Земли, 93-килограммовый российско-индийский научный спутник "ЮтСат" (YouthSat), который планировалось отправить в космос еще в 2008 году, а также 103-килограммовый сингапурский спутник X-Sat.

Длина PSLV составляет 44 метра. Ракету приводят в движение четыре ступени, две из которых работают на твердом топливе, две - на жидком.

Решение о реализации этого российско-индийского спутникового проекта было принято в январе 2007 года в ходе визита Владимира Путина в Индию. Проект направлен на развитие контактов между молодежью двух стран. Российскую молодежь представляют студенты МГУ, собравшие "техническую начинку" спутника. Студенты университета штата Андхра-Прадеш, в свою очередь, будут анализировать полученные спутником сведения о Солнце.

Запуск "ЮтСата" первоначально был запланирован на весну 2008 года, который был объявлен Годом России в Индии. Оборудование для космического аппарата привезли из Москвы в бангалорскую штаб-квартиру ИСРО в августе 2008 года. После проведения испытаний российскую "начинку" должны были поместить в технологический модуль и осенью запустить в космос. Затем запуск перенесли на конец года, но и тогда для спутника не нашлось места на ракете. Не попал "ЮтСат" в план запусков и в 2009-2010 годах.
http://www.rian.ru/science/20110309/344153433.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.03.2011 03:05:28
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article1512995.ece
ЦитатаPSLV to be launched around April 10[/size]
T. S. Subramanian

GSLV failure and S-band scam hold it up for two months

After a two-month delay, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C16) will be launched around April 10 to put Resourcesat-2 and two other satellites into orbit.

The PSLV-C16 was to have lifted off from Sriharikota in the first week of February, but the failure of the Geo-stationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F06) on December 25, 2010, and the S-band spectrum scam that hit the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) this year have cast a long shadow over it.

Though the four stages of the PSLV-C16 were fully integrated more than two weeks ago, the ISRO wants to play it safe after the GSLV-16 failure. Asked about the reason for the delay, an ISRO official said: "People are busy dealing with the fallout of the S-band scam and analysing the GSLV failure. The ISRO does not want another failure."

ISRO officials said they did not want to take chances with the PSLV-C16 flight because several modules of the PSLV and the GSLV were similar. The GSLV's liquid engine stages and up-rated core solid engine stage are all derived from the PSLV, which has become the workhorse of the ISRO for putting into orbit remote-sensing satellites. The second stages of the GSLV and the PSLV, both powered by liquid propellants, are alike. Besides, the four liquid strap-on booster motors around the GSLV core first stage are derived from the PSLV's liquid stages. "We will therefore be extra careful. We cannot afford to lose face this time," an ISRO rocket engineer said. Tests are under way on the PSLV's second liquid stage, because problems have surfaced there.

The PSLV-C16 will put into orbit three satellites: the ISRO's 1,200-kg Resourcesat-2; the 93-kg Youthsat, with a payload from Russia and two payloads from India; and the 103-kg X-Sat from Nangyang Technological University of Singapore. Resourcesat-2 is a continuation of Resourcesat-1, which was put into orbit on October 17, 2003. Resourcesat-1 is going strong, though it has lasted more than its mission life of five years. The images of the Resourcesat-2 will help in monitoring the health of crops, estimating crop yield, keeping a tab on deforestation and locating the groundwater. Youthsat is meant for studying the effects of the sun on the earth's upper atmosphere.

Two ISRO payloads in Youthsat are from the Space Physics Laboratory of the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, the Space Applications Centre, Ahmedabad, and the ISRO Satellite Centre, Bangalore.

The X-Sat is a technology demonstrator with remote-sensing and communication payloads.

A standard PSLV version, which weighs 295 tonnes at lift-off and is 44 metres long, will put these satellites in orbit. The satellites will be mated with the rocket in April.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.03.2011 22:22:09
http://www.isispace.nl/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=83&Itemid=90
Цитата2012  Q2    600 - 700 km, Sun Synchronous    Indian
2013  Q2    600 - 800 km, Sun Synchronous    Indian
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.03.2011 22:32:48
http://www.utias-sfl.net/RecentNews/news-20110119.html
ЦитатаCanada adds two satellites to BRITE Constellation[/size]    

Brite Patch19 January 2011 - The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has officially signed an agreement to support BRIght Target Explorer (BRITE) Constellation by contributing two satellites targeting a launch in 2012. The two Canadian satellites will join four other satellites funded by the Austrian and Polish governments. The BRITE mission is a space astronomy mission involving multiple satellites in low Earth orbit that will observe the most luminous stars in our galaxy. The six satellites will use three-centimeter aperture optical telescopes housed in SFL's Generic Nanosatellite Bus. Each seven-kilogram satellite will be equipped with SFL's high performance three-axis attitude control system and incorporate a star tracker for accurate attitude determination. "We're very pleased that CSA is providing support to this astronomy mission of international importance. The additional satellites will provide a tremendous advantage in science data quality and allow our Canadian science team to collaborate on an even footing with their Austrian and Polish counterparts," says Dr. Robert E. Zee, SFL Director. "The fantastic scientific basis for the mission, the surprisingly low cost of the satellites, together with pre-existing support from Austria and Poland have created outstanding value to Canadians."

BRITE Constellation will use six satellites each observing a given stellar target field at different times to measure low frequency brightness oscillations in luminous stars. The satellites will have different optical filters in order to obtain temperature information. These measurements will uncover the characteristics of the stars and help answer questions related to the origin of the universe and creation of heavy elements that formed the planets and life on Earth. The approach is known as asteroseismology - the same approach used by Canada's first space telescope, MOST (Microvariability and Oscillations of STars), to characterize stars similar to our sun.

The BRITE satellites will be among the highest performing nanosatellites in the world, with unprecedented pointing capability. "BRITE will illustrate that great science and important missions can now be accomplished using miniature satellites on a shoestring budget," says Zee. "More and more applications can benefit from miniature satellite technology. SFL continues to make leading-edge advances in miniature satellite capabilities at shockingly low cost." The BRITE mission, including all six satellites, is expected to be approximately 300 times cheaper than the Hubble Space Telescope. The Austrian satellites are expected to launch first in 2011 followed by the first Polish satellite shortly thereafter. Subsequently, the Canadian satellites will launch in 2012 along with the second Polish satellite. Science data collection will begin immediately with the launch of the Austrian satellites, while the entire constellation should be fully operational by 2013.

(http://www.utias-sfl.net/RecentNews/BRITE-patch-Ver9-transparent.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.03.2011 22:41:11
http://www.utias-sfl.net/RecentNews/news-20110106.html
ЦитатаNorway signs AISSat-2 deal [/size]   

6 Jan 2011 - The Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (Forsvarets Forskningsinstitutt, or "FFI" in Norwegian) has commissioned SFL to deliver a second ship-tracking satellite, AISSat-2, following the success of the first Norwegian satellite built by SFL, AISSat-1. AISSat-1, a seven-kilogram, 20x20x20cm satellite designed and built by SFL for FFI was launched on 12 July 2010 and carries an Automatic Identification System (AIS) receiver built by Kongsberg Seatex of Norway. "Within one day after launch, AISSat-1 was detecting ships in Norwegian waters. A press release was issued with a graphic illustrating ship locations captured by the satellite the next day," says Dr. Robert E. Zee, SFL Director. "We were, of course, very excited and happy at the rapid acquisition of data so soon after launch."

AISSat-1 demonstrates SFL's advanced nanosatellite technology and is capable of three-axis inertial attitude control. Pointing accuracies are on the order of 1-2 degrees. The attitude control system is enabled by reaction wheels, sun sensors, magnetometer and magnetorquers. The same core attitude control system will be used by the six BRITE satellites which will also incorporate a star tracker for arcminute-level pointing. "SFL has been among the first, if not the first to demonstrate accurate three-axis attitude control on a nanosatellite," says Zee. "Often people wonder if they should take nanosatellites seriously because they are so small and limited in power. To the untrained eye they don't look very useful, and are even thought of as easy-to-build toys. What people don't immediately realize is that building a high performance nanosatellite is often much more challenging than building a larger satellite. SFL has advanced the technology to the point where one can implement an important and challenging space mission on a tiny satellite. We are seeing more and more applications opening up given the emerging capabilities of nanosatellites."

AISSat-2 will be Norway's second satellite, but developed on a shorter schedule given its identical design to AISSat-1. The purpose of the satellite will be to provide increased coverage and act as a backup to AISSat-1. The satellite should be ready for launch by early 2012.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.03.2011 21:25:06
http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/110325-race-tracking-ships-space.html
ЦитатаOrbcomm has contracted with LuxSpace of Luxembourg to launch two small AIS-equipped spacecraft this year, with the first two of its own second-generation satellites set for launch as piggyback payloads on a Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) Falcon 9 rocket also scheduled for launch this year.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.04.2011 01:30:23
http://lunar-tiks.blogspot.com/2011/03/loaded-address-to-indian-space.html
ЦитатаA loaded address to the Indian space community by the PM


       It is not one of those speeches praising the present achievements, recalling the string of successes in the past and paying the usual tributes to India's space leaders.

       It is a speech which one cannot afford to ignore. It is what one may call  a refreshingly loaded one, delivering a strong message to the Indian space community. While offering the usual bouquet of praises, the PM has literally given a ``wake up'' call too, plotting the Indian space programme's future trajectory. .

       On Saturday evening  (March 26, 2011), Singh addressed the space fraternity at the Ahmedabad-based Space Applications Centre where he made a number of important points which need to be analysed.

       One of the first aspects was the PM's reference to the Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) project. Though in just a single sentence he said: ``We should pay greater attention to the Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle programme,'' who can deny that is not filled with with significance? .

       Why? His remark has to be seen in the context of two GSLV failures---one on April 15,2010 because of the malfunction of the Indian cryogenic engine and second one on December 25,2010 which was the result of a major technical snag..In the first case, it was the maiden flight of the GSLV with a India-made cryogenic engine which zoomed towards the sea instead of the sky!  Against this background it is clear that Singh's statement clearly reflects his concern about the problem-ridden GSLV project on which depends the future of India's second mission to the moon, ``Chandrayaan-2,'' --a joint Indo-Russian venture--tentatively slated for lift off in 2013.

        What better proof of Singh's concern than a another statement at the end of his speech where he says: ``There have been aberrations and setbacks in the space programme in the recent past. These are being dealt with in accordance with laid down procedures. It is however important that you work with renewed dedication, sincerity and zeal to fulfill the high expectations we have from our space programme.'' Read the words ``renewed dedication, sincerity and zeal to full the high expectations we have from our space programme.'' and draw your conclusions.

        Quite a strong message from none other than the PM himself considering that he holds the reign of the space portfolio along with the nuclear sector. The report of the GSLV programme should have been finalised by the end of the February according to an earlier Isro announcement. But, to date there is no word about it and there is no indication as to when one can expect it either.

        But, it was not just criticism. There was another side to his speech which made the space scientists happy on this Saturday evening. While expressing anxiety about the GSLV programme, he praised the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) project. He said: ``The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle has had sixteen successful flights and put forty satellites in orbit, twenty five of which belong to foreign parties.''  Good, but not a word about the repeated postponement of the PSLV which was to have taken off with Resourcesat-2, Youthsat and X-Sat of Singapore, on April 10, 2011. The current indications suggest that the launch will take place sometime towards the end of April.

       Plotting the future trajectory for Isro, he said: ``It, is therefore necessary that we work towards reducing the cost of access to space. This requires expediting the development of heavy lift boosters --(a referance to the GSLV Mark 3 programme which can fly communication satellites weighing four tonnes), advanced propulsion systems including the cryogenic stage and recoverable and reusable launch systems.''

      This is a significant statement because over the years Isro has been repeatedly talking about the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) project and mentioning dates when it will fly. But, these dates just come and go without any sign of the RLV launch. What is more, the PM has made no reference to the second flight of the Space Capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE) which according to original plans should have flown nearly a year-and-a-half ago. The SRE has been described as trial run of the RLV. The first SRE flight in January 2007 was a thumping success and India was the first nation to execute the tough mission successfully in the first shot itself earning it the title as India's brand ambassador at the international economic summit at Davos which was in progress at that time.

     Singh said: ``I believe it is important for Isro to concentrate its resources and evolve a perspective plan for its future development that is based on clearly defined objectives and benefits (Does this not remind you of Kennedy"s historical address on May 25,1961) when he declared ``I believe that this nation should put a man on the moon!!!!!!), ''

     Focussing on a possible future vision for Isro he said: ``The role of space-based observation systems, development of newer class of environment and monitoring systems and study of weather-related phenomena assume great importance in this regard.''  According to him, tele education, tele medicine and Village Resrouce Centre services deserve high priority. Why did he not say that the Edusat satellite was deactivated much earlier than its scheduled date?  Will Isro now plan Edusat-2? .

     All in all a very important speech which according to ``Beyond Moon and Mars,'' (BMM) almost sounds like a wake up call for Isro.

     But, there one thing which struck BMM.

     Why no mention of Chandrayaan-2. This is surprising because a number of payloads for this flight are being dessigned and developed at the Space Applications Centre.

     Again, why no mention of India's Human Space Flight project. Surprising, because it is the 50th year of the world's first manned space flight by Yuri Gagarin. Has the Indian project been given a quite burial?

     Who will answer these questions?
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.04.2011 01:43:02
http://netindian.in/news/2011/03/27/00012081/india-france-launch-two-satellites-co-operate-astronomy
ЦитатаHome: India, France to launch two satellites; co-operate in astronomy
United News of India
New Delhi, March 27, 2011


India and France will co-launch two satellites from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launch pad later this year and early next year for gathering data relating to climate in tropical areas and for the study of oceans.

The satellite for the study of oceans is to be called SARAL.

The data from the other satellite will enhance understanding of the tropical weather phenomenon, including the monsoons.

French Ambassador to India Jerome Bonnafont told UNI a satellite would be launched by the end of this year, while the second launch will take place early next year. The launch of the satellite for the study of tropical climate is slated for this year.

Mr Bonnafont said both the satellites would be launched from the ISRO launch pad.

SARAL is a joint project of ISRO and the French National Space Agency -- Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES).

SARAL, which stands for Satellite with ARGOS and ALTIKA, will carry an Altimeter (ALTIKA) for studying the sea surface heights; and an ARGOS payload, which is a satellite based data collection platform.

The ALTIKA and ARGOS payloads are to be built and supplied by the French National Space Agency. The satellite building and launching are the responsibility of ISRO.

In a related development, Uranoscope de France signed a co-operative agreement recently with the Hyderabad-based B M Birla Science Centre with a view to "vigorously promote" the study and practice of astronomy.

Located in the heart of the city of Hyderabad, the Centre is regarded as one of the most prestigious institutions in the country, both as a place for higher education as well as for research and development activities.

Under the pact, a C11 telescope will be installed by France in the newly built observatory of the Centre in the capital of Andhra Pradesh.

The two entities will jointly use the new facility for observation of events and astronomical phenomena, research, amateur astronomy and community awareness, which will have several positive spin-offs for the two countries.

The co-operation with France in the fields of space and astronomy is regarded as a testimony of India's advancement in these areas, its legendary traditions and the growing interest in these fields.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.04.2011 01:48:21
http://www.dnaindia.com/bangalore/report_home-grown-technology-for-aditya-1_1525302
ЦитатаAditya-1 would be launched in 2013-14 on board the PSLV and put at an orbit of 600 km above the earth for two years (there would be high solar activity during this period).
http://www.livemint.com/2011/03/28231740/India-joins-international-grou.html?atype=tp
ЦитатаIIA's space coronagraph is estimated to cost Rs.40 crore to develop. Including other expenses such as for launching the special telescope on a satellite named Aditya in 2013, the entire project cost is estimated at Rs.128 crore, said a spokesperson for Isro. IIA, a government body, is also building the world's biggest solar telescope with a diameter of 2m. The project, estimated to cost Rs.150 crore, is being evaluated by the department of science and technology.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 01:53:56
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg720603#msg720603
ЦитатаIt seems that new launch date announced for PSLV-C16 (Acc to regional news channel). Scheduled date is 20th Apr 2011 (Around 10 AM IST).

~Prasad
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 01:56:18
http://www.brahmand.com/news/Jugnu-nano-satellite/6737/3/13.html
Цитата'Jugnu' nano-satellite[/size]

Posted On: Apr 08, 2011

(http://www.brahmand.com/newsimages/999275454d9e8ada48f9c.jpg)
Jugnu nano-satellite. IIT Kanpur Photo.

IIT-Kanpur's indigenously built nano satellite 'Jugnu' may be successfully launched by the end of June this year from Sriharikota if everything goes according to plan.

Scientists from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) had visited the institute last month and had given a green signal to the engineering model. The flight model is being assembled in Bengaluru.

'Jugnu' is a nano-satellite built by the students and faculty of IIT Kanpur under the guidance of Indian Space Research Organisation.

'Jugnu', developed by using indigenous technology, weighs 3kg and is 34cm long and 10 cm wide. An estimated amount of Rs 2.5 crore was spent to develop the satellite.

The development of the concept 'Jugnu' geared up in the year 2008. In 2008, IIT Kanpur and ISRO had signed a MoU under which the engineering institution was to build a nano-satellite.

The three-foot-long time capsule is made of a special kind of copper and it will preserve the data stored inside for thousands of years.

The payload of the satellite includes an indigenously designed camera for near remote sensing and a GPS receiver. 'Jugnu' will transmit blinking signal, round the clock, all over the earth. The designed life span of the satellite is proposed to be one year.

Jugnu's mission will serve the following applications;

1. Micro Imaging System.
2. GPS receiver for locating the position of satellite in the orbit.
3. MEMS based IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit).

The satellite will revolve around the Earth 15 times in a day in polar orbit and will be visible over Kanpur for three to four times for a total of 20 minutes.

It will help in gathering prior information regarding flood, drought and disaster management. It will study vegetation patterns, water bodies and soil using a Near-IR camera.

With the help of micro imaging and micro electronic system, it will transfer the images to the IIT Kanpur campus.

'Jugnu' will be launched from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (also known as SHAR, located in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh) by ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

After its launch, the satellite will be continuously monitored and controlled by ground station located on the campus.

'Jugnu' has set the path for such inspiring innovations in the future and has also Strengthen activities in MEMS sensor based technology applications.

Low weights, cost effective nano-satellite like 'Jugnu' have significant role to play in the cost reduction, experimentation, reduction in the development and testing time for the new technologies and will significantly change the satellite development activity in the future.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 02:07:10
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
20 апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - 08:42 ЛМВ


Планирующиеся пуски[/size]

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

19 мая - ST 2 & INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA202) - ПО
конец июня-начало июля - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (HP) - ПО
август - MEGHA-TROPIQUES - PSLV-C18 (CA) - ПО
4-й квартал - RISAT-1, AISat, Jugnu, SRMSat - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал  - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Max Valier,  AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 - ПО
2-й квартал - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
конец 1-го полугодия - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D4 (последняя MkI) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D5 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3D - ПО - ПО
2-е полугодие - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV-Mk III / Ariane 5- ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV-С21 -ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С - PSLV-С22 - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV-С23 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Venta-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - AISSat-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
сентябрь - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II)  - ПО - или 2014
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III  - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или 2014)

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

2015
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 14 апреля
Изменения от 20 апреля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 09.04.2011 11:07:01
TUGSAT-1/BRITE-AUSTRIA is currently scheduled for a launch in September 2011. [WirtschaftsBlatt | 08.04.2011] (http://www.wirtschaftsblatt.at/home/schwerpunkt/wochenend_dossier/oesterreich-startet-wieder-ins-all-467203/index.do?zw_box=1&_vl_backlink=/home/schwerpunkt/wochenend_dossier/index.do&_vl_pos=2.1)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 10:51:47
Danke sch
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 09.04.2011 13:23:29
Sorry, I was imprecise. UniBRITE will be launched together with TUGSAT-1/BRITE-AUSTRIA in September 2011.

ЦитатаMit derselben Rakete wird der nahezu baugleiche Satellit UniBRITE gestartet, der von der Universit
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 17:40:58
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/152357/chandrayaan-2-cost-rs-426.html
ЦитатаChandrayaan-2 to cost Rs 426 crore[/size]
Chennai, Apr 9 (PTI)

ISRO will spend Rs 426 crore for the country's second unmanned moon mission -- Chandrayaan-2, a senior scientist of the space agency said here today.

This is an additional Rs 40 crore from Rs 386 crore spent earlier on the first mission, Project Director Mylswamy Annadurai told reporters here on the sidelines of a function.

Chandrayaan-2, which is expected to be launched in September 2013, is a lunar landing mission, while the earlier one (Chandrayaan-1) was only an orbiter, Annadurai said.

ISRO had terminated Chandrayaan-1 odyssey on August 30 2009, a year after it was launched in October, after it failed to re-establish contact, lost the previous day, with the lunar craft.

The second mission, which will have an orbiter, a lander and a rover, is planned to be launched onboard Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2011 17:55:22
http://www.inewsone.com/2011/04/09/india-to-launch-advanced-remote-sensing-satellite-april-20/42225
ЦитатаIndia to launch advanced remote sensing satellite April 20[/size]

Bangalore, April 9 (IANS) India will launch an advanced remote sensing satellite April 20 to study and manage natural resources, the space agency announced Saturday.

Preparations to launch the 1.2-tonne Resourcesat-2 spacecraft onboard the polar launch satellite vehicle (PSLV-C16) were progressing well at the Satish Dhawan space centre at Sriharikota, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.

Sriharikota, in Andhra Pradesh, is about 80 km northeast of Chennai,

The polar orbit rocket will also carry a 92 kg Youthsat, a joint Indo-Russian nanosatellite for stellar and atmospheric studies, and a 105 kg microsatellite X-sat for imaging applications, built by the Singapore-based Nanyang Technological University.

'The launch authorisiation board will review the readiness of the rocket, satellites and ground stations April 16. The countdown will begin April 18 for the scheduled lift-off April 20 at 10.12 a.m.,' the statement said.

The upcoming event will be the space agency's first launch mission after the failure of its geo-satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) Dec 25 due to snapping of 10 connectors within a minute after the 418-tonne rocket took off from the spaceport, carrying an advanced communication satellite.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.04.2011 08:21:19
Come June, IIT-K's Jugnu will zoom into orbit[/size] (http://www.indianexpress.com/news/come-june-iitks-jugnu-will-zoom-into-orbit/772356/0)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.04.2011 20:59:37
http://spaceref.ca/commercial-space/mda/mda-to-provide-operations-and-maintenance-support-for-dnd-sapphire-satellite-system.html
ЦитатаSapphire was to have launched later this year by an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle #20 (PSLV-20), however India's launch manifest is behind schedule. At this time sources in India have indicated to SpaceRef that Sapphire will not launch until the second quarter of 2012 and could be pushed back further.

However before Sapphire's launch on PSLV-20, India must first launch PSLV-16, PSLV-17, PSLV-18 and PSLV-19. India's PSLV launches are coordinated by the Antrix Corporation who have stated they could launch every two months. However in reality the fastest turnaround they've had has been three months between launches and only once have they launched three PLSV launches in one year.

Along with Sapphire Canada's NEOSSat and CanX-3A/UniBRITE nanosatellite will be launched on PSLV-20.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.04.2011 23:36:53
http://mangalorean.com/news.php?newstype=local&newsid=233640
ЦитатаAccording to ISRO officials the other remote sensing satellites scheduled for launch this year are Megha-Tropiques, Radar Imaging Satellite-1 (RISAT-1) and Saral.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.04.2011 00:34:58
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2011-04-17/news/29427862_1_gsat-8-pslv-rocket-gsat-12
ЦитатаIndia to launch five satellites by June
IANS, Apr 17, 2011, 10.56am IST

CHENNAI: India will launch five satellites by June, including one for advanced remote sensing and two for communications, say officials of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

The first launch, scheduled for April 20, will be of Resourcesat-2, intended for study and management of natural resources and sending back pictures and other data, and two other satellites.
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  India has the largest constellation of remote sensing satellites in the world providing imagery in a variety of spatial resolutions from better than a metre ranging up to 500 metres, and is a major player in vending such data in the global market.

ISRO will then launch two communication satellites - GSAT-8 from French Guyana and GSAT-12 from India - by June this year. These will serve the needs of the telecommunication and television sectors.

Speaking to IANS, an ISRO official, who did not want to be named, said GSAT-8 will augment the growing demand for communication transponders (automatic receivers and transmitters for communication and broadcast of signals).

With India in the process of developing a rocket that could carry a three-tonne satellite, GSAT-8 will be launched by Ariane rocket from French Guyana some time this May.

Following that will be the launch of GSAT-12 using the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) from ISRO's rocket port at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, around 80 km from Chennai.

Weighing 1,425 kg, GSAT-12, with 12 extended C band transponders, is expected to be launched some time in June.

The satellite is expected to serve the Very Small Aperture Terminal ( VSAT) sector, used to transmit data like point of sale transactions or to provide satellite internet access and others.

Though PSLV rockets are largely used by ISRO to launch remote sensing/earth observation satellites, it has also been used to put into orbit communication satellites in geo transfer orbit (GTO).

According to ISRO officials, the PSLV rocket that will carry GSAT-12 will weigh over 300 tonnes - heavier than the standard PSLV rocket that weigh around 290 tonnes at lift off.

The rocket will be powered with much longer strap-on motors containing more fuel.

ISRO is also mulling the launch of another remote sensing satellite, Megha-Tropiques in July, to study and understand the life cycle of convective systems and their role in the associated energy and moisture budget of the atmosphere in the tropical regions.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.04.2011 23:13:26
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/node/23871
ЦитатаAbout the Isro's future missions, Dr Radhakrishnan said that Isro would be launching a series of communication and remote sensing satellites using PSLV between June and December this year. PSLV C-17 will carry GSAT-12 with 12 extended C-band transponders on board, C18 with a remote sensing satellite, Megha-Tropiques on board and C-19 with Risat, a satellite with capabilities to take images of the earth even under cloud cover. Chandrayaan-II, the country's second lunar mission would be ready by 2013-14. "Chandrayaan-II is scheduled for launch by 2013-14 and Isro will develop its Rover and Orbiter while Russia will develop the Lander to be launched using GSLV," he said.
In addition, a communication satellite, GSAT 8 with 24 Ku Band transponders on board, will be launched on the Ariane rocket from French Guyana on May 19 at 1.30am IST. The 3,200 kg satellite will support DTH services.
About Isro's unsuccessful GSLV F-06 mission, Mr P. S. Veeraraghavan, director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, said the problem had occurred after an inadvertent separation of shroud. "Isro is re-working on the design specifications and planning for a test flight by the end of the first half of 2012," he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.04.2011 23:57:38
http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article1712696.ece
ЦитатаThree more launches of the PSLV are scheduled this year. ISRO chairman K. Radhakrishnan has promised that a launch of the GSLV will follow.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.04.2011 00:11:57
http://www.hindu.com/2011/04/21/stories/2011042157600900.htm
ЦитатаP.S. Veeraraghavan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, said ISRO would launch several satellites from Sriharikota in the coming months. The PSLV-C17 would put in orbit India's communication satellite, GSAT-12, by June end or in the first week of July. The next satellite PSLV-C18 would deploy the Indo-French Megha-Tropiques satellite in August for studying the clouds in the tropical region. In the last quarter of 2011, the PSLV-C19 would put in orbit the Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT), a 1,100-kg micro-wave remote-sensing satellite.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.04.2011 10:38:16
http://www.isro.org/rep2011/citizens.htm#
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.04.2011 01:57:54
http://www.rian.ru/science/20110421/366869045.html
ЦитатаЛатвийский спутник запустят с индийского космодрома до конца года[/size]

15:42 21/04/2011

РИГА, 21 апр - РИА Новости, Вадим Радионов. Запуск первого латвийского спутника Venta-1 с космодрома в Индии на орбиту планируется осуществить до конца текущего года, сообщил журналистам в четверг директор Вентспилсского международного центра радиоастрономии (ВМЦР) Валдис Авотиньш.

Venta-1 изначально планировался как спутник логистики, или автоматической идентификации. С его помощью, используя небольшой передатчик, можно будет определять географические координаты конкретных объектов.

Спутник создается в сотрудничестве с Бременским университетом и другим партнерами. Общие затраты по проекту составляют около 350 тысяч латов (700 тысяч долларов).

Спутник планировалось запустить еще в 2009 году, задержка была связана с финансовыми проблемами, получением необходимых разрешений и рядом других причин.

Уникальный для Латвии проект космических технологий реализуется при поддержке министерства образования и науки республики. Спутник, проект которого разработан в Латвии, строится на германском предприятии OHB-System AG.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.04.2011 02:01:47
http://www.aprsaf.org/data/aprsaf17_data/D3-1045_P_S_Roy.pdf

(http://s52.radikal.ru/i137/1104/50/69f2372318b3.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.04.2011 02:08:00
http://www.isro.org/rep2011/citizens.htm#

(http://www.isro.org/rep2011/images/missionprofile.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.04.2011 02:13:17
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

20 апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - 08:42 ЛМВ
21 мая - ST 2 & INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA202) - 00:38 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

середина июля - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (HP) - ПО
сентябрь - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-C18 (CA) - ПО
октябрь - RISAT-1, AISat, Jugnu, SRMSat, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Max Valier, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
1-й квартал - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D4 (MkII) - ПО
2-й квартал - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV-С21 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-14 - ПО - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С - PSLV-С22 - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV-С23 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА)  - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - AISSat-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО


2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - InSat-3D - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - GSLV Mk.III / Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или 2014)

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II) - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.04.2011 14:05:37
http://www.orari.or.id/read.php?id=256
ЦитатаLAPAN-ORARI Satellite[/size]
24 Februari 2010, Reporter: Wisnu YB0AZ
The National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN) in collaboration with the Technical University of Berlin (Technische Universit
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.04.2011 00:49:58
http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/tamil-nadu/article1819659.ece
ЦитатаIndian Space Research Organisation preparing for three more PSLV launches[/size]

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) braces itself for three more PSLV launches this year, M. Chandradathan, Director, Sathish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, said.

"PSLV C-17 will be launched in July and it will carry GSAT-12, a communication satellite. PSLV-C18 will be launched in September and it will carry a weather forecast satellite. PSLV-C19 with a payload of Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT) will be launched by this year end," Mr. Chandradathan said.

Delivering the inaugural address at 'Constellation 2K'11,' a national level technical symposium, organised by Department of Humanities & Sciences, Arunai Engineering College here on Thursday Mr. Chandradathan said that when other countries excel in various branches of engineering India excels in aero space engineering.

"Recently launched PSLV-C16 precisely injected its payloads into intended orbits without wasting even a bit of propellant," he said.

Mr. Chandradathan asked students to be disciplined and cheerful. He said that humans are utilising not more than 10 per cent of the capacity of their brain. He also said in order to optimize minds ability one need to keep a pleasant, happy, and peaceful disposition and keep away worries.

"Even if worry occurs that should not be allowed to stay for long. Start loving your work. Once you start loving your work that will cease be a work," he said.

V. Kanagarajan, Chair Professor, KAV Pandalai memorial AR & DB Chair, MIT, Chennai, in his special address said that India's economy has improved a lot in the last 50 years and India's present education system was superior than most of the countries in the world.

India was the largest producer of automobiles today, he added.

S. Gopinath, Head, Department of Humanities & Sciences welcomed the gathering and P. Jayakumar, principal, delivered the felicitation address.

Later speaking to reporters, Mr. Chandradathan said that building of GSLV-Mk III will be over by 2012 end and launch would be in the next year.

"GSLV-Mk III has three stages. The first stage, Solid propellant booster S-200 has been tested and qualified; Second and liquid propellant stage called L-110 has also been tested. Work is yet to be completed in third and important stage, the cryogenic stage," he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.05.2011 00:12:29
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/devangshu-datta-back-in-orbit/434600/
ЦитатаPSLV are workhorses with respectable payloads of about 1600 kg. In 2011, PSLVs will launch GSAT-12, the Megha-Tropiques satellite, GSAT-6 and Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT-1), all from Sriharikota. Another GSAT would also be launched from Kourou, French Guiana, by an Ariane rocket from Arianespace in June 2011.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.05.2011 00:10:43
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/isro-to-launch-french-satellite-in-2012/435394/
ЦитатаISRO to launch French satellite in 2012[/size]
BS Reporter / Kolkata/ Bhubaneswar May 13, 2011, 0:59 IST

Continuing its programme of commercial launch of foreign satellites, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has lined up launch of an image capturing satellite of France next year, according to Parivakkam Subramaniam Veeraraghavan, director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), a unit of ISRO.

"Because of our cost effective technology, many developed nations, including France and the US are willing to launch their satellites with our system. Many smaller and mini satellite launching programmes on commercial basis are in offing," Veeraraghavan said while attending the National Technology Day seminar organised by National Aluminum Company (Nalco) here yesterday.

The French satellite SPOT (Satellite Pour l'observation de la Terre) is a high-resolution, optical imaging, earth observation satellite system. Currently SPOT 5 is working in the space and is expected to be withdrawn by the end of 2013. India will launch the SPOT 6 satellite, which will provide continuous high definition images of earth.

Due to the cost effectiveness of India-made PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) and GSLV (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicles), many countries prefer India to launch their satellites. Recently ISRO successfully placed Singapore's first experimental satellite in space. India has so far launched 27 foreign satellites and 60 India-made satellites.

Currently, it costs $25,000 per kg to launch a satellite. The satellites can weigh 500 to 5,000 kg. Sometimes mini-satellites weighing 15-20 kg are bundled with the rocket and are placed in desired orbits.

However, profit realisation from satellite launch is currently lower because of high cost of fuel and one-time use of the rockets. Veeraraghvan said, ISRO is working on a project to develop reusable satellite launcher.

"The reusable spacecraft would minimise the launching cost by 90 percent. We have set 2030 as deadline to reach this goal," he said.

In next five years, ISRO has plans to launch one ASTROSAT, which is a low cost version of Hubble Telescope, one GPS navigation satellite and a special satellite that can provide Internet services, informed the VSSC director.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.05.2011 22:46:58
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/story/isro-reschedules-moon-mission-chandrayaan-2/1/138213.html
ЦитатаISRO puts on hold moon mission Chandrayaan 2[/size]
Max Martin  | Bangalore, May 15, 2011 | Updated 08:07 IST

Two consecutive failures of GSLV flights, including the GSLV-F06 in December last year, has prompted ISRO to review the GSLV programme and reschedule the Chandrayaan 2 mission.
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has decided to review the entire Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) programme that involved two crashes last year and one in 2006.

As a result, all major launches, including the second moon mission - Chandrayaan 2 - are being rescheduled. The space agency had earlier announced that it would be using the last of the seven cryogenic engines it had sourced from Russia, but is now uncertain about it.

A meeting of the Space Commission on June 1 is expected to advice the ISRO on the future course of the GSLV, ISRO chairman Dr K. Radhakrishnan said on Saturday. "We want to make GSLV a reliable vehicle," Radhakrishnan said, adding that the reassessment of the programme is priority work considering its importance in future missions.

The derailment of the GSLV programme is going to affect the launch of Chandrayaan-2, which now stands postponed by nearly two years. It will now be launched in 2014. The next flight of GSLV with an Indian cryogenic engine is now slated for 2012. If successful, it will be used for the second moon mission in 2014.

A modified version of GSLV is the preferred vehicle for the yet-to-be cleared manned mission to moon too, for which critical technology and human safety features are being developed, scientists said. According to Radhakrishnan, the 2012-GSLV flight will be a litmus test for the space agency.  "On that flight we don't want to put a high-technology satellite," he said. He informed that the launch vehicle will carry a two-tonne communication satellite called GSAT 6. If that goes well then another two-tonne satellite, GSAT 7, will be put into orbit using the GSLV.

A panel led by former ISRO chairman G. Madhavan Nair has done a failure analysis of the crash of GSLV-F06 flight on December 25 last year and identified a design problem in the shroud at the bottom of the Russian-made cryogenic stage. Cryogenic technology holds importance as it is crucial for economic and efficient launch of heavy satellites.

The Christmas day fiasco had closely followed the crash of GSLV with an Indian cryogenic phase on its test flight on April 15 last year. "The problem involved a faulty fuel pump and the precision mechanics of its motor is being tweaked by ISRO experts," Radhakrishnan said.

Earlier, the GSLV-F02 that launched INSAT-4C on July 10, 2006 was unsuccessful too. All the seven flights of GSLV so far have been reviewed by a panel led by former ISRO chairman K. Kasturirangan. The panel submitted its report in the last week of April.

A third panel that includes veteran scientists Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Prof MGK Menon and Prof Yashpal is reviewing the two reports together and will advise ISRO accordingly, Radhakrishnan said. He added that the Russian space agency that supplied the seven cryogenic upper stages has acknowledged ISRO's concern regarding the design problem in GSLV- F06. S. Ramakrishnan, director of ISRO Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at Valiamala, said that the problem had been noticed earlier too, though it did not cause an accident.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.05.2011 22:57:38
http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/current-affairs/india-linesthree-pslv-launches-this-year_543508.html
ЦитатаIndia lines up three PSLV launches this year[/size]
Published on Sun, May 15, 2011 at 10:36 |  Source : PTI

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is lining up three PSLV launches from Sriharikota spaceport by October this year, its Chairman K Radhakrishnan said today.

He said PSLV-C17 would launch GSAT-12, equipped with 12 extended C-band transponders, in July.

PSLV-C18 and PSLV-C19 would launch Megha-tropiques, an Indo-French joint mission, and microwave remote-sensing satellite, RISAT-1, with synthetic aperture radar during September-October this year.

ISRO officials said India''s GSAT-8 satellite is scheduled to be launched by European space consortium Arianespace''s Ariane-5 rocket at 0207 hours (IST) on May 20 from French Guiana.

Radhakrishnan said GSAT-8, one of the heaviest satellites built by ISRO, weighs 3100 kg at lift-off and is equipped with 24 Ku-band transponders which would augment direct-to-home services.

Meanwhile, ISRO officials said the Failure Analysis Committee, headed by former ISRO Chairman G Madhavan Nair, set up by ISRO following the failure of the GSLV-F06 mission, and the Programme Review and Strategy Committee, chaired by K Kasturirangan, to look into the future of the GSLV programme, have submitted their reports.

Reports of these committees are currently being reviewed by eminent national experts, including Dr A P J Abdul Kalam, Prof. M G K Menon, Prof. Yash Pal, Prof. U R Rao, Dr. R Chidambaram and Prof. R Narasimha, officials said.

Radhakrishnan said the Space Commission at its meeting scheduled on May 24 would look at the reviews.

He refused to give a time-line for India''s ambitious human space flight programme, saying: "Now, with the state of GSLV (proposed to be used for this mission), first priority is to make the GSLV a reliable vehicle".
Director of ISRO Satellite Centre, T K Alex, echoed Radhakrishnan''s position, saying there are "issues" regarding GSLV and ISRO is "concerned about" GSLV.

The GSLV-F06, with GSAT-5P on board, failed on December 25 last year in a set-back to ISRO. On the controversial Antrix-Devas deal -- Antrix is the commercial arm of ISRO --, Radhakrishnan reiterated that the Government has annulled the contract.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2011 11:05:00
http://www.dnaindia.com/bangalore/report_isro-gears-up-for-4-launches-this-year_1543398
ЦитатаIsro gears up for 4 launches this year[/size]
Published: Sunday, May 15, 2011, 11:43 IST
By DNA Correspondent | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will launch four satellites this year. The first to be launched would be the communication satellite GSAT-8 onboard an Ariane 5 rocket from French Guiana on May 20.

The GSAT-8 spacecraft is envisaged to augment the growing need of Ku-band transponders carries 24-Ku Band transponders and 2-Channel GAGAN (GPS and GEO Augmented navigation) payloads.

This will be followed by the PSLV C-17, which will be launched in mid-July. The PSLV C-17 will carry GSAT-12, a communication satellite. Later in September, the PSLV-C18 will be launched carrying the Indo-French satellite Mega-Tropiques, which is devoted to the atmospheric research.

Finally, the PSLV-C19, with a payload of Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT), will be launched. The RISAT, a microwave remote sensing satellite carrying a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) will have ability to acquire data at C-Band in different mode of polarisation, incidence angle and resolution. "It will be able to penetrate through the clouds and see the ground," said Isro chairman K Radhakrishnan.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.05.2011 11:07:47
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_isro-missions-delayed-courtesy-gslv-project_1543691
ЦитатаISRO missions delayed, courtesy GSLV project[/size]
Published: Monday, May 16, 2011, 0:59 IST
By DNA Correspondent | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA

India's key satellite launch project, the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) programme, is ironically posing delays for the country's space programme.

The back-to-back failure of the GSLV launches in April and December 2010 has forced the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to conduct a complete audit of the programme.

ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan on Saturday said that following the failure of the GSLV (D3) and the GSLV-F06, ISRO's main focus would be to do a total audit of the GSLV programme and "find out its vulnerabilities" before going in for future launches.

The GSLV programme suffered a huge setback when the GSLV (D3) and the GSLV-F06 suffered back-to-back failures with the rockets plunging into Bay of Bengal minutes after the respective launches.

The space agency's future launches, which include the Chandrayaan-2, the second unmanned mission to Moon, and the prestigious human space programme are scheduled to be launched onboard the GSLV rockets.

Although Radhakrishnan said the two key missions were on schedule, he reiterated that Isro's priority was to ensure that the GSLV was a reliable vehicle.

On the GSLV-F06 failure, he said the GSLV review committee, headed by former Isro chairman K Kasturirangan, and a failure analysis committee, headed by Madhavan Nair (Radhakrishnan's predecessor), had already submitted their reports to the space commission which will review them on May 24.

"Failure of the shroud (cover) at the bottom of the Russian cryogenic stage has been identified as the main reason for the failure," Radhakrishnan said.

On the GSLV Mk III, which is being conceived and designed to make Isro fully self-reliant in launching 4 tonne-plus weighing communication satellites of INSAT-4 class, he said static testing is currently on which would continue till 2012.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.05.2011 20:38:42
http://www.inright.ru/news/science/20110518/id_7400/
ЦитатаИндия произведет три космических запуска до конца нынешнего года[/size]
18 мая 2011 г.
Press Trust of India (Индия)/InterRight/telugushakthi.net
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Индийское космическое агентство намерено до конца года произвести три запуска ракетоносителя PSLV. Запуски будут производиться с космодрома Шрихарикота в штате Андхра-прадеш, и намечены на июль, сентябрь и октябрь 2011 года. Кроме того, 20 мая французская ракета Ariane-5 должна вывести в космос еще один индийский спутник.

Первым состоится запуск ракеты PSLV-C17, на орбиту будет выведен филиппинский телекоммуникационный спутник GSAT-12. Затем в сентябре-октябре в космос отправятся ракеты PSLV-C18 и PSLV-C19. Запуски пройдут в рамках совместного французско-индийского проекта. На орбиту будут выведены метеорологические спутники Megha-tropiques и RISAT-1.

Также через два дня с космодрома во Французской Гвиане должен быть запущен ракетоноситель Ariane-5, который выведет на орбиту самый тяжелый индийский телекоммуникационный спутник GSAT-8. Его вес составляет 3 100 килограмм.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.05.2011 23:09:55
http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/editorial/article2040477.ece
ЦитатаISRO plans to launch the GSAT-12, weighing 1,400 kg, on the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle this July. The GSAT-10, with 36 transponders and weighing 3,400 kg, is to be put into orbit by another Ariane 5 rocket next year. Another communication satellite will go up when the GSLV is flown again, which is expected to take place in the first quarter of 2012.
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-05-16/mumbai/29548299_1_iit-b-students-anusat-satellite-project
ЦитатаIIT-B students' satellite to be launched by yr-end[/size]
Srinivas Laxman, May 16, 2011, 02.29am IST

MUMBAI: Pratham, the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay's student satellite project, crossed an important milestone recently with the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) giving the 'go ahead' for firming up its launch date. Speaking to The Times of India on Sunday at the conclusion of the fourth and final Pratham ground station workshop, project manager Jhonny Santosh Jha said the satellite will be launched on board the four-stage Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) in all probability between September and December 2011.

He said the chances are that Pratham will piggyback on the 450kg Indo-French Saral satellite. With a four-month lifespan, the role of the Rs 1.5-crore 10kg Pratham will be to measure what is known as the "total electron count of the ionosphere."Once launched it will be placed in the 817-km polar sun synchronous orbit.

"All the table-top testing of Pratham have been successfully completed and we have been given clearance to negotiate the launch date both with the Isro headquarters in Bangalore as well as the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre in Thiruvanathapuram. We will begin assembling the flight model of the satellite this month and hand it over to Isro for further testing two months prior to the launch," he said.
http://www.hindu.com/2011/05/19/stories/2011051951101100.htm
ЦитатаBoth countries have agreed to collaborate on space research and development, which is significant given the hard times faced by ISRO. The satellites thus jointly developed are to be launched this year. Is that on schedule?

What I understand is that Megha-Tropiques, the first satellite which is supposed to study climate in tropical areas -- which means it is of particular importance for agriculture in monsoons -- is going to be launched before the end of the year. The second one [Saral] might be a little delayed, but we are hoping this would also be launched this year. We've full confidence in the scientific, technical and managerial capabilities of ISRO.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 02.06.2011 15:17:29
Индия за два года запустит 12 иностранных спутников
ЦитатаНЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 2 июн - РИА Новости, Евгений Безека. Индийская организация космических исследований (ИСРО) в ближайшие два года разместит на орбите 12 иностранных космических аппарата, сообщил журналистам председатель ИСРО Кумарасвами Радхакришнан.

"Через наше коммерческое подразделение Antrix Corporation мы получили заказы из Канады, Индонезии, Германии и других европейских стран на запуски в течение двух лет дюжины спутников на геосинхронные орбиты", - сказал председатель ИСРО.

Четыре спутника будут запущены для Канады, по два для Индонезии и Германии, один для Люксембурга. Оставшиеся три спутника будут отправлены в космос для нужд европейских университетов.

Как уточнил представитель корпорации Antrix, немецкий спутник Т-Map для экологических исследований весит 800 килограммов. Остальные спутники будут весить 80-100 килограммов. Также идут переговоры о запуске на низкую орбиту французского спутника дистанционного зондирования Земли EnMAP.

Эти аппараты, самый крупный из которых весит менее тонны, будут выведены на орбиту при помощи ракеты PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle - ракета-носитель для вывода спутников на полярную орбиту).

"За исключением немецкого спутника, все эти аппараты очень маленькие - это мини- и микроспутники. Кроме Индии практически никто и не занимается коммерческим выводом таких маленьких спутников в космос. Они будут запущены группами по несколько штук", - сказал РИА Новости пресс-секретарь ИСРО Сатиш, добавив, что запуск осуществляется по "международным ценам".

За последние 10 лет Индия отправила в космос 26 иностранных спутников для различных стран, включая Германию, Израиль, Южную Корею и Сингапур.
http://www.rian.ru/science/20110602/383228771.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.06.2011 18:00:15
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/India-to-launch-12-foreign-satellites-in-next-two-years/articleshow/8690325.cms
ЦитатаIndia to launch 12 foreign satellites in next two years[/size]
IANS | Jun 2, 2011, 09.28am IST

 BANGALORE: India has bagged multi-million dollar contracts to launch 12 foreign satellites in the lower orbit from its spaceport over the next two years, a top space agency official said Wednesday.

 "Through our commercial arm Antrix Corporation, we have received orders from Canada, Indonesia, Germany and other European countries to launch a dozen satellites in the sun-synchronous orbit during the next two years," state-run Indian Space Research Organisation ( ISRO) Chairman K. Radhakrishnan told reporters here.

 Of the 12 satellites, four are from Canada, two each from Indonesia and Germany and one from Luxembourg. The remaining three spacecraft are from universities in Europe.

 "We have an order from Germany to launch an 800-kg dedicated satellite (N-Map) for environmental studies. The other satellites, weighing between 80-100 kg will be launched on board our polar satellite launch vehicles (PSLVs) as additional payloads along with Indian communications or remote-sensing satellites," an Antrix official said.

 Antrix is also in negotiations with France to launch a remote sensing satellite (EnMAP) in the lower orbit.

 India has already launched a total of 26 foreign satellites during the past decade for various countries, including Germany, Italy, Israel, Korea and Singapore.
http://newstonight.net/content/india-proving-its-caliber-space-technology
ЦитатаIndia Proving Its Caliber in Space Technology[/size]
Submitted by Shanker Pradhan on Thu, 06/02/2011 - 10:21

The state-run Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman, K. Radhakrishnan, notified that the organization had acknowledged orders from Canada, Indonesia, and Germany as well as from other European countries to launch a dozen satellites in the sun-synchronous orbit during the next two years.

In addition, Mr. Radhakrishnan also announced to constitute an independent commission in order to further strengthen the association between ISRO and Antrix while informing that the committee would be led by the Secretary, Department of Space. Further, he also talked about an annual review compiled by the Space Commission.

During the past decade, India already credited a total of 26 foreign satellites for various countries including Germany, Italy, Israel, Korea and Singapore.

"We have an order from Germany to launch an 800-kg dedicated satellite (N-Map) for environmental studies. The other satellites, weighing between 80-100 kg will be launched on board our polar satellite launch vehicles (PSLVs) as additional payloads along with Indian communications or remote-sensing satellites", added an officer from Antrix, the business arm of ISRO.

While addressing a press conference at the ISRO headquarters, Mr. Radhakrishnan confirmed the appointment of a new Chairman and Managing Director, a full time post, to the Antrix within two weeks time.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.06.2011 18:05:07
N-Map это немецкий спутник EnMap.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.06.2011 18:34:40
Состоявшиеся пуски

 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1 - 20 апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - 08:42 ЛМВ
2 - 21 мая - ST 2 & INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA202) - 00:38 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

15 июля - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (XL) - 16:18-16:38 ЛМВ
сентябрь - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-C18 (CA) - ПО
9 ноября - JCSAT-13 & INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA205) -ПО  (или 2012)
декабрь - RISAT-1, AISat, Jugnu, SRMSat, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

март-апрель - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
2-й квартал - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Max Valier, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
середина года - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, Orbcomm AIS sat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, NEMO-AM, WNISAT-1 - PSLV-С21 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С - PSLV-С22 - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1 - PSLV-С23 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - AISSat-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - GSAT-6(INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или 2014)

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II) - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 4 июня
Изменения от 17 июня
Изменения от 18 июня
Изменения от 19 июня
Изменения от 22 июня
Изменения от 30 июня
Изменения от 10 июля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.06.2011 18:51:16
http://www.hindu.com/2011/06/02/stories/2011060267091500.htm
ЦитатаGSAT-12 to be launched in July second week[/size]
 
BANGALORE: On the heels of the successful launch of its communication satellite GSAT-8, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is gearing up to launch the next communication satellite GSAT-12 in the second week of July.

Announcing this at a news conference here on Wednesday, ISRO Chairman K. Radhakrishnan said the satellite would be launched from Sriharikota on a PSLV C-17 vehicle.

It would be moved from Bangalore to Sriharikota on Thursday for conducting various pre-launch tests. The assembling of the launch vehicle had also commenced.

GSAT-12, built at a cost of Rs.148 crore, has 12 transponders in an extended C-Band and will help users in the field of tele-medicine, tele-education, social services, etc. The launch vehicle was expected to cost about Rs.100 crore.

Dr. Radhakrishnan said the services of GSAT-8 satellite, launched on May 21, was expected to be available for users by June-end. In-orbit tests of transponders of the satellite would be held for three weeks, from Thursday. The satellite had been put on 55 degree east of geo-station orbit on Wednesday. Users of some of the decommissioned satellites would be moved to this, he said.

Referring to the recommendations made by a committee which looked into the failure of GSLV in December 2010 and another committee that examined the entire GSLV programme, Dr. Radhakrishnan said ISRO had now decided to "put all the focus" on developing indigenous cryogenic engines that powered Mark-II launch vehicles.

He said there were no major problems with respect to the design.

However, discussions had started with Russia regarding finetuning of the engine procured from them.

Special Correspondent reports:

As a fall-out of the controversial S-Band deal, ISRO's commercial arm -- Antrix Corporation -- is all set to get a full-time Chairman and Managing Director in a couple of weeks. Dr. Radhakrishnan said the Space Commission had cleared the recommendation of the name made by a three-member committee, comprising himself, Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India R. Chidambaram, and Space Commission Member (Finance) Venkatesh Bhat and had been forwarded to the Prime Minister for clearance.

He said Antrix would be strengthened by getting more full-time experts with significant experience. Its performance would be reviewed every year by the Space Commission.

Besides, an ISRO team would monitor and coordinate with it, he noted.

Noted Scientist Roddam Narasimha, who is part of the two-member panel which probed the controversial Antrix-Devas deal, said the committee had submitted its report to the Prime Minister, but refused to divulge any details.

"We have done our duty. Let the Prime Minister take a decision on the report."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.06.2011 09:36:32
http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_channel.jsp?channel=space&id=news/asd/2011/06/03/09.xml&headline=No%20Design%20Fault%20Found%20In%20Indian%20GSLV
ЦитатаNo Design Fault Found In Indian GSLV[/size]

Jun 3, 2011

By Jay Menon

NEW DELHI -- A failure analysis committee has found no design problems with India's Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV), despite two successive failures in 2010. "We had the opportunity to look at all aspects of [the] GSLV, at not only the missions that failed but also the successful missions," says G. Madhavan Nair, the chairman of the failure analysis committee and a former chief of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). "We could not find any design deficiency with respect to the GSLV."

India's GSLV program suffered a major setback when the GSLV (D3) and the GSLV-F06 suffered back-to-back failures in April and December 2010, with the rockets plunging into the Bay of Bengal minutes after liftoff.

The group traced the loss of GSLV-F06 to a failure of the composite shroud on the vehicle's Russian cryogenic engine. "The problem with GSLV is of a minor nature and it does not call for major changes," Nair says. Discussions have begun with Russia regarding the shroud issue.

The space agency plans to launch the Chandrayaan-2, India's second unmanned mission to the Moon, and its planned human spaceflight missions onboard GSLV rockets.

ISRO Chairman K. Radhakrishnan says the space agency has now decided to focus on developing indigenous cryogenic engines to power the Mk. 2 GSLVs.

Radhakrishnan says the GSAT-7 and Insat-3D spacecraft, which were scheduled to be launched by the GSLV, will now go up on international launchers. "The idea is that in the next launch of GSLV, we do not want to put [up] a costly, complex satellite," Radhakrishnan says.

ISRO recently said a rocket subsystems integration facility will be established near Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh to handle Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle and GSLV launches.

Since rocket subsystems are currently manufactured in different parts of the country, the project, which is expected to be completed in about two-three years, will help reduce the need to transport sensitive hardware from far-flung locations.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.06.2011 09:57:31
http://ibnlive.in.com/generalnewsfeed/news/no-design-deficiency-in-gslv-says-failure-analysis-committee/709650.html
ЦитатаNo design deficiency in GSLV, says Failure Analysis Committee[/size]
PTI | 09:06 PM,Jun 01,2011

The Space Commission which reviewed the FAC report on May 24, asked ISRO to come up with specific proposals required for investment. GSAT-7 and INSAT-3D, scheduled to be launched by GSLV, would now be procured launches (from outside the country).The investment that is talked about is in regard to additional costs, if any, for procured launches besides GSAT-14, the payload for the next flight of GSLV, expected after March."The idea is that in the next launch of GSLV, we do not want to put a costly, complex satellite," ISRO Chairman Radhakrishnan said.He also said that the GSAT-12 equipped wit 12 transponders in the Extended C-band, is planned to be launched in the second week of July.ISRO today started the process of switching on the payloads on board the GSAT-8 launched last month. Services from this satellite is expected to be available for users by the end of this month, Radhakrishnan said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: SpaceR от 04.06.2011 19:12:04
Цитатаhttp://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story_channel.jsp?channel=space&id=news/asd/2011/06/03/09.xml&headline=No%20Design%20Fault%20Found%20In%20Indian%20GSLV
ЦитатаNo Design Fault Found In Indian GSLV[/size]
 . . .
The group traced the loss of GSLV-F06 to a failure of the composite shroud on the vehicle's Russian cryogenic engine. "The problem with GSLV is of a minor nature and it does not call for major changes," Nair says. Discussions have begun with Russia regarding the shroud issue.
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Что и ожидалось, в общем.
На чужих спихнуть всегда удобнее - особенно для своей общественности.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.06.2011 00:44:15
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/isro-to-begin-flight-testing-of-gslv-mkiii-in-next-two-years/articleshow/8761258.cms
Цитата7 Jun, 2011, 04.54PM IST,IANS
ISRO to begin flight testing of GSLV MkIII in next two years[/size]

NEW DELHI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Tuesday said it will start flight testing of the GSLV Mk III for launching four-tonne class of satellites in the next two years.

Addressing the National Technology Summit here, ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan said the space agency would be completing work on the Astrosat and the Aditya projects by 2012 and 2013 respectively.

"In the next two years, we are looking to begin the flight-testing of the GSLV Mk III engine, which will be the third-largest in the world," he said.

It is intended to launch heavy satellites into geostationary orbit, and will allow India to become less dependent on foreign rockets for heavy lifting. Astrosat is India's first dedicated astronomy satellite whereas Aditya is a spacecraft whose mission is to study the Sun.

Speaking on the occasion, Science and Technology Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal said the private industry should also start increasing its share in investment in research and development.

"In India, the total investment in research and development is 0.8 per cent of the GDP and out of that, the private sector contributes only 20 per cent. That needs to be increased," he said.

The Minister said there was a need to increase interface between the academia, industry and research and development institutions to combine their efforts for creating resources in the country.

Planning Commission Member K Kasturirangan and CSIR chief Samir K Brahmachari were also present at the occasion.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.06.2011 00:52:28
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/sci-tech/space/isro-likely-scale-down-chandrayaan-2-886
ЦитатаISRO likely to scale down Chandrayaan-2[/size]

    June 7, 2011
    By Manoj K. Das
   
ISRO scientists are revisiting the sequel to the country's prestigious moon mission - Chandrayaan-2.

The space agency has realised that the advanced GSLV MK-III won't be available by 2014. The Plan B is to launch the mission using GSLV F-series once it clears its next mission.

"Chandrayaan-2 has been designed to go on GSLV MK-III," a top source told Deccan Chronicle. "But the development process has run up to a brick wall following back-to-back launch failures. The moon mission is already delayed. A decision to launch it with base model of GSLV has been taken."

ISRO has asked its Chandrayaan-2 team to tweak the programme wherever possible as GSLV can launch only lesser tonnage than the advanced MK-III version.

"This will delay the project by at least six months," said the source.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.06.2011 16:07:26
http://www.livemint.com/2011/06/07225956/India8217s-satellite-policy.html
ЦитатаIndia's satellite policy to be posted on Antrix website[/size]
Experts say spelling out the policy will offer greater clarity on future leases of satellite transponders by Isro

 Jacob P. Koshy

New Delhi: As part of a larger exercise to improve transparency, Antrix Corp. Ltd, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation, or Isro, will post the country's satellite policy on its website.

The satellite policy is a government-approved document that elaborates the principles under which transponders on various Indian satellites are leased to private and state broadcasters.

"The satellite policy will be put up on the (Antrix) website and will be part of the several initiatives to spell out greater transparency in the way Antrix and Isro function," said K. Radhakrishnan, chairman, Isro, on the sidelines of the National Technology Summit.

Experts say spelling out the policy will offer greater clarity on future leases of satellite transponders by Isro.

"There was a time when spectrum was just given away," said P.S. Goel, a former director at Isro. "Clearly, it is a far more valuable asset and there has to be more scrutiny and transparency in the manner it is auctioned or given now that private players are likely to play an ever increasing role."

In February, controversy erupted when Antrix backed out on a Rs. 1,000-crore deal with Devas Multimedia Pvt. Ltd to lease transponders using the S-band (2.5-5GHz) on two satellites--GSAT6 and GSAT6A-- to be launched by 2013.

Devas was to use these transponders for multimedia broadcasting. It argued that the deal was in accordance with the existing satellite policy but Isro said it couldn't go through because of "strategic national priorities".

Coming on the back of the second-generation (2G) spectrum scam, opposition parties alleged that the government had approved the deal and unilaterally favoured Devas.

Subsequently, a two-member committee--comprising Roddam Narasimha, a senior aerospace scientist at the Indian Institute of Science, and B.K. Chaturvedi, member, Planning Commission--submitted a report to the prime minister to enquire if due process had been followed in executing the deal between Antrix and Devas.

"The report was submitted (in March) to the PMO (Prime Minister's Office), post which the cabinet secretary was asked to take a look," Chaturvedi said in an interview. "The report has been sent back to the PMO...the basic surmise of the report was that overall policy framework (in the way Antrix inked deals with private companies for leasing transponders) wasn't followed."

Devas chief executive Viswanathan Ramachandran didn't respond to calls or text messages left on his mobile phone.

Radhakrishnan said internal discussions on operationally separating Antrix and Isro have been on since 2009 and "would have come about anyway".

A new head has been chosen for Antrix and the appointment is awaiting the prime minister's clearance, he said without giving details. Antrix is currently headed by him.

Antrix will also have a separate board of experts to clear its decisions, Radhakrishnan said.

For over four decades, Isro has earmarked satellite transponders to state and private broadcasters such as Doordarshan and Tata Sky Ltd and has never followed an auctioning process.

Officials of Isro and Devas have said in previous discussions that the satellite policy doesn't require Isro to auction transponders.
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/satellites/20110608_transponder.html
ЦитатаISRO to post transponder lease policy on Antrix website news   [/size]

08 June 2011
New Delhi: In a bid to increase transparency in its dealings, controversy-hit Antrix Corp Ltd, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation, or ISRO, will now post the terms and conditions of its satellite lease policy on its website.

The satellite policy clarifies the terms and conditions under which transponders on various Indian satellites are leased to private and state broadcasters.

''The satellite policy will be put up on the (Antrix) website and will be part of the several initiatives to spell out greater transparency in the way Antrix and ISRO function,'' said K Radhakrishnan, chairman, ISRO, on the side-lines of the National Technology Summit.

Experts say the move will offer greater clarity on future leases of satellite transponders by ISRO.

In February this year Antrix found itself embroiled in controversy when a proposed Rs1,000-crore deal with Devas Multimedia Pvt Ltd to lease transponders using the S-band (2.5-5GHz) on two satellites-GSAT 6 and GSAT 6A came under intense public scrutiny.

Both these satellites are due for launch by 2013.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.06.2011 01:44:59
http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/article2113608.ece
ЦитатаGSLV to launch GSAT-14 during mid-2012[/size]

The Indian Space Research Organisation, which has planned to put three satellites into the orbit with its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle before end of this year, will send its GSAT -14 with its indigenously developed Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle D-5 during mid-2012, Chairman, ISRO, K. Radhakrishnan has informed.

Speaking to reporters after inaugurating the two-day national conference on 'Expanding frontiers in propulsion technology' at Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) in Mahendragiri in the district on Friday, Dr. Radhakrishnan said the ISRO, which had learnt a lot of highly valuable lessons from the unsuccessful flight of GSLV D-3 in April 2010, was working hard on the rectifying the problems to make the GSLV D-5 flight a resounding victory. GSAT-14 satellite would have C-band communication transponders.

Towards achieving self-reliance in the development of the Mark III engine for GSLV, the S-200 solid propellant motor would be subjected to static test, which would be the repeat of the successful test that was conducted in January 2010.

Moreover, the ISRO has planned to launch GSAT - 12, which will have extended C-band transponders, with its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle during next month.

After launching Meghatropique satellite, an Indo - French joint venture, in September 2011, the ISRO will be concentrating on the launching of Microwave Remote Sensing Satellite - RISAT - 1 - during December this year.

"Our PSLVs will launch these satellites that will provide us clear and excellent pictures even though the sky is overcast," Dr. Radhakrishnan said.

According to the ISRO chief, his prestigious testing centre at Mahendragiri had been adorned with one more most-modern facility - Thrust Chamber Test Facility - for testing the GSLV Mark III engine's cryogenic stage. "It will be ready for commissioning within next 60 days".

Inaugurating the conference, Dr. Radhakrishnan stressed the need for engaging more private firms with adequate and state-of-the-art research and development facilities in ISRO's missions and the leading educational institutions as is being done in the United States and Russia.

He stressed the need for developing non-chemical, electro and ionic propellants, "which will have longer life and propel the satellite in its orbit for more period."

Releasing the conference proceedings, Sathish Dhawan Space Centre Director M.C. Dathan hoped that the ISRO, with its highly committed and enthusiastic young workforce, would scale greater heights in the days to come.

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre Director P.S. Veeraraghavan said due importance should be given for developing eco-friendly 'green propellants' and for launching a payload with nuclear fission.

LPSC Director S. Ramakrishnan delivered the keynote address on 'Expanding frontiers in propulsion technology'. Former LPSC director AE. Muthunayagam and Aeronautical Society of India secretary general Ashok Bhushan offered felicitations.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.06.2011 08:28:23
http://www.asianscientist.com/topnews/india-2011-2012-space-calendar/
ЦитатаIndia's 2011-2012 Space Calendar: Four Launches To Look Forward To[/size]

By Srinivas Laxman
June 20, 2011

AsianScientist (Jun. 20, 2011) - The next twelve months promises to be an exciting time in India. It will see four satellite launches - a record of sorts for the country's space program.


July 2011 GSat-12 launch

Weather permitting and if everything else is a 'go', a 1,375 kg communication satellite of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) designated as GSat-12 will be launched in the second week of July.

GSat-12 will be ferried to its geosynchronous transfer orbit (GTO) by the highly-proven four-stage Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV). Ultimately it will be placed in geosynchronous orbit at an altitude of 36,000 km.

ISRO chief spokesperson, S. Satish, told AsianScientist on Monday that the launch campaign has been initiated at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, and the satellite was already at the space complex undergoing the final series of tests. Satish said that the exact date for the launch will be firmed up in the next few days.

The satellite will be taken by the PSLV instead of the three-stage Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV), due to current technical problems with the GSLV, and also the satellite's heavy weight (the PSLV has the capacity to carry satellites weighing up to 1440 kg).

Putting a satellite into orbit calls for additional effort from the rocket, since it needs to impart almost 40 percent extra velocity to the spacecraft, as against placing it in an 800 km polar orbit. Hence, similar to the version of the PSLV used for India's maiden unmaned lunar journey, the Chandrayaan-1 mission, the rocket has been equipped with larger strap-on motors and uses 12 tons of solid propellants instead of nine tons in the standard configuration.


September 2011 Indo-French Megha-Tropiques flight

Following the launch of GSat-12 will be the joint Indo-French Megha-Tropiques flight in September 2011.

The main aim of the mission is "to study tropical meteorological and climatic processes". It will help in carrying out atmospheric research focusing on the evolution of monsoons and cyclones.

The satellite, weighing a mere 500 kg, will be flown by only the core of the PSLV, without an additional six strap-on motors. Its lift-off will take place from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.


2011 year-end launch of Risat-1

The year will end with the launch of the 1,780 kg Radar Imaging Satellite (Risat-1) in December 2011, again with the PSLV.

Equipped with the Synthetic Aperture Radar, Risat-1 will be placed in the 610 km polar sun synchronous orbit, and will help in all-weather observations and strengthen studies related to areas like agriculture and disaster management.

ISRO launched Risat-2 on April 20, 2009 ahead of Risat-1 for its military applications, following the terrorist attack of Mumbai on November 26, 2008. Supposedly a spy satellite, Risat-2 keeps track of potential infiltrators across the Indo-Pak border.


Mid-2012 launch of Gsat-14

ISRO chairman, K. Radhakrishnan, has announced that a 2,050 kg communication satellite called GSat-14 - one of the heaviest to be built in India - is slated for launch in mid 2012. The rocket will be the GSLV using the indigenous cryogenic engine.

It will be a nail biting mission because this the first time the home-made cryogenic engine will be flown after its failure on April 15, 2010.

In the next 60 days, what is known as a thrust chamber static facility would start functioning at ISRO's Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at MahendraGiri in Tamilnadu.

The static facility will be used to test the S-200 solid propellant motor of the advanced version of the GSLV, called the GSLV Mark 3 version.

It is anticipated that once the GSLV Mark 3 becomes operational in three years, it will be used to launch heavy communication satellites weighing four tons and more. Hopefully, this will signal the end of India's dependence on French company Arianespace for satellite launches.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.06.2011 14:29:38
http://www.isro.org/pressrelease/scripts/pressreleasein.aspx?Jun30_2011
ЦитатаJune 30, 2011
PSLV-C17 to Launch GSAT-12 on July 15, 2011 [/size]

 Preparations for the forthcoming launch of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C17) carrying India's communication satellite GSAT-12 are progressing well at Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. The launch of PSLV-C17/GSAT-12 mission is targeted for July 15, 2011.

GSAT-12 Communication satellite with a mass of 1410 kg at lift-off, has 12 Extended C-band transponders. PSLV-C17 will inject GSAT-12 into an elliptical Transfer Orbit (Sub-GTO) of 284 km perigee and 21,000 km apogee. Subsequently, the Liquid Apogee Motor of the satellite will be used to raise both apogee and perigee of the Satellite to place it in a circular orbit of 36,000 km altitude.

All the four stages of the launch vehicle have been fully assembled at the Vehicle Assembly Building at Shriharikota. Presently, the vehicle is going through various levels of electrical checkout operations and reviews.

GSAT-12 satellite has already undergone necessary testing at Shriharikota before commencing the filling of propellants in the Satellite on June 28, 2011. On July 3, 2011, GSAT-12 Satellite is planned to be integrated with PSLV-C17 vehicle at the Vehicle Assembly Building, after clearance by the Launch Authorisation Board.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.07.2011 10:29:47
GSat-10 is lined up for March-April 2012. (http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/government-and-policy/article2215955.ece?homepage=true)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.07.2011 04:11:56
http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/article2230383.ece
ЦитатаA GSLV with an indigenous cryogenic stage would be launched from Sriharikota by June 2012, said P.S. Veeraraghavan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram.

Asked whether the PSLV-XL version would be used more often to put the ISRO's communication satellites in orbit than India's Geo-Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) or the Ariane vehicle of Arianespace, Dr. Radhakrishnan said the GSLVs were "more efficient and powerful" than the PSLVs. The GSLVs could put a 2.2-tonne communication satellite in a GTO but the PSLV-XL version could put only a 1.4 tonne communication satellite in a sub-GTO.

The GSAT-12, with its 12 extended C-band transponders, would boost ISRO's transponder capacity from 175 to 187. The ISRO had 211 transponders from its communication satellites at the beginning of the 11th Plan but it went down to 141 by April 2011 because of a series of failures with the GSLV flights. Dr. Radhakrishnan was confident that the ISRO's transponder capacity would go up to 215 by April 2012 with a series of launches of communication satellites from India and abroad. For instance, the GSAT-10, with 30 transponders, would be launched by an Ariane vehicle from Kourou island in French Guiana in April 2012.

An arbitration process would get under way between Antrix Corporation, the commercial arm of the Department of Space, and the Devas Multimedia Private Limited if the negotiations between the senior officials of the ISRO and Devas did not fructify, the ISRO Chairman said. (The ISRO annulled the allocation of 3G spectrum to Devas after allegations were made that the spectrum was sold to Devas at a low price). If arbitration was resorted to, the ISRO and Devas would each name an arbitrator of their own and these two would name another arbitrator. During the arbitration, which would take place in New Delhi, the Indian laws apply, he added.

"Good progress" had been achieved in realising the orbiter, lander and rover of the Chandrayaan-2 mission, slated to take place in 2014, said Mr. Alex. While India would make the orbiter and the rover, Russia would contribute the lander. The rover was undergoing tests in Bangalore on how to cross the obstacles on the lunar soil. Its engineering model would soon be ready. [/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.07.2011 04:15:08
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/isro-to-flight-test-indigenous-cryogenic-state-next-june/articleshow/9238514.cms
ЦитатаOn the progress of Chandrayaan-II mission , ISRO Space Commission Member and Director T K Alex said it was expected in the beginning of 2014.

"It is in progress. This time we are examining the lander, rover and the orbitor. The designing stage has been completed. The prototype of the rover is being made in Bangalore and the testing is going on," he said.

Russian Space Agency was involved in the developing of the rover. "By 2014 beginning, GSLV will launch Chandrayaan-2, estimated to cost Rs 425 crore", he said.
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/politics/nation/manned-missions-being-discussed-isro-chief/articleshow/9238247.cms
Цитатаndia's space agency has plans to launch a manned space mission in the future, but a lot of work needs to be done before that to ensure such missions are failure-proof, a top scientist has said.

K. Radhakrishnan, chairman of ISRO, said here that the space agency will have to first master the rocket technology to launch heavy communications satellites before it can progress to a manned mission.

"Rockets that carry humans cannot have a failure rate of more than two per thousand flights," he said after the successful launch of latest communications satellite GSAT-12 from the space port.

"Further what we have now (Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle) is only an unmanned rocket where the reliability should be 99 percent," Radhakrishnan said.

"We are trying to understand the intricacies of manned space mission. ISRO has to work on areas like thermal protection, life support and crew escape systems."

"We had a long discussion on manned space mission. The initial plan was to put two humans in space for seven days," he added.

According to him the first mission is to build a reliable GSLV rocket for launching heavy satellites.

He said ISRO is expected to be ready with a GSLV rocket to be powered by its own cryogenic engine next year.

Queried about the second space capsule recovery experiment (SRE-2), P.S. Veeraraghavan the director at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, said the capsule is in the final stages of integration and the mission will be sometime next year.

Meanwhile, ISRO will follow a multi pronged approach to augment its transponder capacity - automatic receivers and transmitters for communication and broadcast of signals, a top official said.

"We can lease transponders from other satellite operators and launch our own satellites. ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) currently has 175 transponders whereas the demand is for 200 more transponders," Radhakrishnan said.

He said ISRO will launch a three-tonne communication satellite GSAT-10 with 30 transponders using Ariane rocket.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.07.2011 05:00:35
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1 - 20 апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - 08:42 ЛМВ
2 - 21 мая - ST 2 & INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA202) - 00:38 ЛМВ
3 - 15 июля - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (XL) - 15:18 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2011
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

12 октября - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, VesselSat 1, Jugnu, SRMSat - PSLV-C18 (CA) - 09:30 ЛМВ
конец декабря - RISAT-1, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

январь (ПО) - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2 - PSLV-С23 (XL) - ПО
апрель - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
2-й квартал - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, Max Valier, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
первое полугодие - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, VesselSat 2, CANX-4, CANX-5, WNISAT-1 - PSLV-С21 - ПО
июнь - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
второе полугодие - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-С22 - ПО
второе полугодие - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА) - ПО
ПО - INSAT 3D - Ariane 5  - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL - ПО - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или 2014)

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

начало года - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 19 июля
Изменения от 20 июля
Изменения от 10 августа
Изменения от 25 августа
Изменения от 11 сентября
Изменения от 13 сентября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.07.2011 14:49:55
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/economy/article2235868.ece
ЦитатаWhat happens to the special satellites GSat-6 and 6A that were promised for Devas' services in the annulled pact? What is the status of GSat-6?

 GSat-6 and 6A are for strategic and societal needs. As for GSat-6, some more work has to be done on it. It should be up sometime in fiscal 2012-13 on the second indigenous GSLV planned from now. (It will come up) about six months after the next GSLV-D5 vehicle that will carry GSat-14 satellite around the second quarter of 2012.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2011 12:06:34
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article2260309.ece
ЦитатаTwo more this year

 This year ISRO will launch two more satellites.

 It is now getting ready for the launch of Megha-Tropiques satellite, an Indo-French joint venture, from the spaceport at Sriharikota by the end of September.

 The PSLV-C18 will put the 1,000-kg Megha-Tropiques (Megha in Sanskrit means cloud and Tropiques in French means tropics), being built by the ISRO Satellite Centre, Bangalore, into an 867 km orbit. It will be useful in studying the weather in tropical countries.

For surveillance

 ISRO is also building for surveillance, RISAT-1 (Radar Imaging Satellite) which will be put in orbit by the end of December by PSLV-C19.

 It can take pictures of the earth day and night and in all weather conditions.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2011 12:34:05
http://media.dlr.de:8080/erez4/erez?cmd=get&src=os/IAA/archiv8/Presentations/IAA-B8-1401_Pranajaya_NEMO%20Bus.pdf

(http://s007.radikal.ru/i301/1107/a5/b666fdfd1835.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.07.2011 18:32:49
http://www.brahmand.com/news/PSLV-XL-ISROs-new-power-vehicle/7567/3/15.html
ЦитатаPSLV-XL: ISRO's new power vehicle[/size]
 
Posted On: Jul 20, 2011      
 
PSLV-C17 lifts off from from Sriharikota spaceport. An ISRO photo
The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) of ISRO has remained India's most reliable and unassailable "workhorse" in carrying out space missions for nearly two decades.

The recent successful launch of GSAT-12 communication satellite by the PSLV-C17 rocket has not only reestablished the space agency's reliability on the indigenously-built launch vehicle, but also added another feat to the glorious list of PSLV rocket variants - the powerful PSLV-XL configuration.

The advanced PSLV-XL model has proved its worth for the second time in three years during last week's launch.

The new powerful launch vehicle variant that placed the Chandrayaan-1 - India's first mission to Moon - into geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) in October 2008, has once again successfully inserted the 1,410 kg GSAT-12 into an orbit 284 km perigee (closest point to Earth) and 21,000 km apogee (farthest point to Earth) on July 15.

ISRO's indigenously-built Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle's list boasts of three models - PSLV standard, PSLV CA (core alone) and PSLV-XL. The PSLV-XL is an advanced version of the rocket with more power and payload carrying capability.

While the PSLV standard configuration has a lift off capability of 1,678 kg to place 622 km into the sun synchronous Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and the PSLV CA variant has the capability to place satellites up to 1,100 kg into the same orbit, the PSLV-XL, on the other hand, has a payload capability of 1800 kg that can be injected into the geostationary transfer orbit which is a highly elliptical Earth orbit.

The PSLV-XL also uses more power as compared to the original PSLV rocket. While the standard PSLV rocket configuration uses nine tonnes of solid propellant in four strap-on motors, the PSLV-XL model uses 12 tonnes of solid fuel on its six extended solid strap-on motors called PSOM-XL.

The advanced rocket, with a 320 tonnes lift-off mass, uses the larger strap-on motors to achieve higher payload capability.

The recent GSAT-12 launch is the third successful PSLV mission of placing a satellite into the GTO in which the PSLV-XL configuration has been used for the second time after the Chandrayaan-1 Moon mission launched by PSLV-C11.

ISRO, which used the standard PSLV rockets to launch India's remote sensing satellites into the polar sun-synchronous orbits at a height of 600 km to 800 km above Earth, achieved a major breakthrough in 2002 by putting a communication satellite into geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) having a height of 36,500 km above the Earth.

A modified PSLV-C4 rocket had successfully injected India's Kalpana-1 communication satellite into an orbit 250 km perigee (nearest point to Earth) and 36,000 km apogee (farthest point to Earth).

At a time when ISRO's ambitious goal to develop an indigenous Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) to launch heavier geostationary satellites appears to be delayed following two unsuccessful launch attempts in 2010, the new PSLV-XL offers quite a reliable option to launch such satellites into the geostationary orbit in near future.

Hence, the space agency has lined up some more PSLV-XL launches in the coming months.

The new power vehicle is scheduled to launch some key satellites, including the imaging satellite RISAT-1, nano satellite Jugnu and India's first dedicated astronomy satellite, Astrosat, into space.

The success of these forthcoming missions will provide an alternative solution to launch geostationary satellites till India succeeds in its own GSLV programme.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.08.2011 23:29:31
http://www.spacenews.com/satellite_telecom/110809-strong-quarter-has-orbcomm-feeling-bullish.html
ЦитатаEisenberg said a satellite Orbcomm is leasing from LuxSpace of Luxembourg to provide AIS ship identification for maritime authorities is scheduled for launch Sept. 25.
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg791265#msg791265
ЦитатаLapan-A2 is now planned to be launched in January 2012.
(source (http://sains.kompas.com/read/2011/08/10/07504392/Indonesia.Mandiri.Membuat.Satelit) in Indonesian)
Originally it was supposed to be launched with Astrosat
(source (http://www.aprsaf.org/data/aprsaf17_data/Day2-csa_1200_T_Marnanto_Kadri.pdf))
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.08.2011 13:11:05
На индонезийском:
http://sains.kompas.com/read/2011/08/10/07504392/Indonesia.Mandiri.Membuat.Satelit

Компьютерный перевод
ЦитатаДЖАКАРТА, KOMPAS.com - Тим инженер института по аэронавтике и исследованию космического агентства завершает проектирование и инжиниринг микроспутника Лапан А2. Производство спутниковой связи и дистанционного зондирования Земли в технический центр в Rancabungur Лапан, Богор, Западная Ява, будет завершен в сентябре 2011 года.

"Этот успех является доказательством нашего прогресса для достижения самодостаточности в производстве спутников", сказал главный Бамбанг Tedja Sumantri Лапан, вторник (08/09/2011).

Согласно плану, Лапан A2 спутник будет запущен с запуска ракеты в Индии в январе 2012 года. Эти спутники будут наложены на спутниковые ISRO на запуск и Индией. Для этого спутника доставки в Индию также подготовил специальный груз.

Эти спутники будут распространены в экваториальной орбите и имеет более широкий диапазон. В отличие от предыдущего поколения, Лапан А2 был оборудован автоматическими системами идентификации. "Таким способом, спутник может наблюдать за передвижением судов, проходящих через территории Индонезии на основе испускаемые ими сигналы", сказал Бамбанг.

Заместитель руководителя аэрокосмической техники Лапан Soewarto Hardhienata добавила, было тестирование компонентов спутниковых полезной нагрузки.

Между тем, хорошо подготовиться к следующему запуску спутник тепловизоры на полярной орбите. На первый микро-спутник, который используется оптическая система будет запущена одновременно с спутниковым Лапан А2, но из-за технических ограничений, было принято решение перейти на полярной орбите.

Micro спутник оснащен камерой с высокой плотностью телевидения (HDTV). Тестирование было сделано с помощью этой камеры menumpangkannya на самолетах.

Связанный с операцией этого спутника, также была проведена модификация приемная станция способна захватывать сигналы в S-диапазоне.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.08.2011 22:30:31
http://www.washingtonbanglaradio.com/content/83057611-recent-successful-missions-indias-space-program
ЦитатаRecent Successful Missions of India's Space Program[/size]

New Delhi, Aug 3, 2011 (Washington Bangla Radio / PIB India) India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C17) in its nineteenth flight successfully launched GSAT-12 communication satellite on July 15, 2011. This is the eighteenth successive successful flight of PSLV which has once again proved its versatility and reliability GSAT-12 Communication satellite with a mass of 1410 kg at lift-off, has 12 Extended C-band transponders and has been successfully placed in Geosynchronous Orbit. GSAT-12 will enhance space based applications in the area of tele-medicine, tele-education and disaster management support.

India's advanced communication satellite, GSAT-8 - weighing about 3100 kg at lift-off, was successfully launched into the Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO) on May 21, 2011 by the Ariane-V launch vehicle from Kourou. French INSAT system and carries 24 high power transponders in Kuband and a two-channel GPS Aided Geo Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) payload operating in L1 and L5 bands. The transponders will augment the capacity in the INSAT system while the GAGAN payload provides the Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS), through which the accuracy of the positioning information obtained from the GPS Satellite is improved by a network of ground based receivers and made available to the users in the country through the geostationary satellites.

In its 17th consecutive successful flight, India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C16) injected three Satellites viz. RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT and X-SAT into the Polar Sunsynchronous orbits on April 20, 2011 RESOURCESAT-2 built by ISRO - the primary satellite is an advanced remote sensing satellite facilitating a host of applications and services in the area of agricultural monitoring, natural resources management, disaster management support as well as infrastructure planning and will ensure continuity of remote sensing data currently being provided by RESOURCESAT-1 launched in 2003. YOUTHSAT is a joint Indo-Russian satellite for stellar and atmospheric studies. X-SAT is a micro-satellite for imaging applications built by Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

HYLAS (Highly Adaptable Satellite)

The satellite jointly built by ISRO/Antrix and EADS/Astrium of Europe for Avanti communications of U.K. was launched successfully on November 27, 2010 by the European Ariane-5 V198 launch vehicle, and was placed in the geostationary orbit.

ISRO Built Super Computer

ISRO has built a supercomputer, which is to be India's fastest supercomputer in terms of theoretical peak performance of 220 TeraFLOPS (220 Trillion Floating Point Operations per second). The supercomputing facility named as Satish Dhawan Supercomputing Facility is located at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Thiruvananthapuram. The new Graphic Processing Unit (GPU) based supercomputer named "SAGA-220" (Supercomputer for Aerospace with GPU Architecture-220 TeraFLOPS) is being used by space scientists for solving complex aerospace problems.

Forthcoming Missions

Preparations are on for launching Megha-Tropiques satellite on board PSLC-C18 during end September. Megha-Tropiques (or MT -Megha means "cloud" in Sanskrit; Tropiques is the French word for "tropics.") is a cooperative experimental mission of ISRO and CNES, the space agencies of India and France, with the objective to study the convective systems (water cycle and energetic exchanges) that affect the ITCZ (Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone), in particular in the latitudes between 10
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.08.2011 01:53:13
http://ibnlive.in.com/generalnewsfeed/news/isro-to-launch-3-nano-spacecraft-along-with-meghatropiques/799165.html
ЦитатаISRO to launch 3 nano spacecraft along with Megha-Tropiques[/size]
PTI | 07:08 PM,Aug 24,2011

Bangalore, Aug 24 (PTI) ISRO plans to launch three nano satellites, including one from Luxembourg, and an advanced weather and climate research satellite, on board PSLV from Sriharikota spaceport next month.The other two nano "piggy-back" satellites, which would be co-passengers of Megha-Tropiques, are one from SRM University and the other named "Jugnu" is a research spacecraft from IIT Kanpur, ISRO sources told PTI.The SRM satellite, aimed at monitoring green house gases, is a student-driven research project funded by the university.Megha-Tropiques is a joint atmospheric mission of ISRO and French National Space Centre (CNES).Sources said top CNES officials are slated to witness the launch by PSLV, ISRO's work-horse launch vehicle.Megha-Tropiques (Megha meaning cloud in Sanskrit and Tropiques denoting tropics in French) will investigate the contribution of water cycle in the tropical atmosphere to climate dynamics.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 25.08.2011 02:12:13
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/nagpur/ISROs-eyes-in-the-sky-to-watch-climate-change/articleshow/9720524.cms
ЦитатаISRO's eyes in the sky to watch climate change[/size]
TNN | Aug 24, 2011, 03.34PM IST

NAGPUR: Climate change is on everybody's minds these days. The National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has also planned to launch some sophisticated satellites to keep a watch on climate change.

Director of NRSC V K Dhadwal, who came calling to the Regional Remote Sensing Centre in the city, spoke about the importance of keeping a watch on the changes in climate and the role remote sensing can play in it. The most ambitious projects include Megha-Tropiques, INSAT-3D, Saral Altika and SCATSAT among others. He said not just ISRO but other national and international space bodies including NASA and United Nations' Environment Programme (UNEP) had been taking serious actions in this regard too.

As the name suggests, Megha-Tropiques would help analyse the rainfall pattern while the advanced INSAT-3D would be exclusively used for meteorological purposes. Dhadwal was especially excited about Saral, which was being developed with help from French scientists, as it would be the first spaceborne altimeter to operate at K{-a} band. SCATSAT, that he said would be in use only in 2014, would be entirely dedicated to climate monitoring.

"So many factors on which the minor and major shifts in climate pattern depend, like land under cultivation and forests, snow cover, and river discharge can be observed with the help of satellites. These factors can not only help in assessment of the various climate changes but also help in analyzing and reanalyzing the changes as there would be so much data collected over a long period of time," he explained.

That the last decade was the warmest we have observed was an undeniable fact. This has come to be known as global warming. "This phenomenon, too, is only a part of climate change. The Earth has had sea levels and oxygen levels higher than what we see these days. The difference is that previous ones occurred due to natural reasons and at lesser frequency," Dhadwal said. The changes being seen now are result of human activities and occurring more frequently, he added.

It was important to keep an eye on the changes in order to understand the reasons behind them, assessing their impact on the various human activities and helping ourselves adapt to the changes, he added.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.09.2011 17:54:45
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article2444505.ece
ЦитатаNew Delhi,  September 11, 2011
India to have one more satellite launch site[/size]
PTI

 Amid requests from various countries for launch of their satellites, India has decided to set up one more launch site to expand its capacity in this aspect.

At a meeting held by the Prime Minister's Principal Secretary T.K.A. Nair here to review performance of the Department of Space, it was decided that a feasibility study would be conducted for a new site, sources said.

The decision to find a new site was taken after the meeting was told that ISRO has only two satellite launch pads, both of which are affected during the cyclone season, the sources said.

The two launch pads are located at Sriharikota High Altitude Range (SHAR).

During recent years, there have been requests from a number of countries for launching their satellites in India.

The meeting was also informed that despite successful launch of GSAT-8 and GSAT-12 satellites, there is shortage of transponders primarily due to DTH and communication requirements.

It was decided that steps should be taken to meet the gap within two years, the sources said.

At present, Department of Space is leasing transponders and using foreign launch vehicles to meet the needs.

The sources said thrust is being given by the PMO on these spheres as part of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's desire to see boost in scientific innovation in the current decade.

Pursuant to Prime Minister's keenness, government has decided to push contribution of private sector in scientific research and development from the current 20 per cent to 50 per cent and undertake a number of other crucial steps.

The meeting felt that investments in research and development in the country is "highly skewed" as 80 per cent of contribution comes only from the public sector.

It was noted that in advanced and emerging economies, private sector plays a dominant role in R&D and encourages innovation, the sources said.

Accordingly, it was decided that secretaries concerned would jointly prepare a proposal on private sector investment in R&D by the end of next month, they said[/size].
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.09.2011 08:22:32
http://www.domain-b.com/aero/space/satellites/20110902_satellites.html
ЦитатаISRO to focus on new communication satellites, GSLV[/size]     
02 September 2011    

Bangalore: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will build a new class of communication satellites with increased capacity and new technologies, according to chairman K Radhakrishnan.

These satellites will handle larger amount of power and carry a larger number of transponders on the same satellite, he said. Radhakrishnan also said that ISRO planned to incorporate new technologies in these satellites and step into higher bands.

"Today, we are at Ku band. We want to get into Ka band and even higher band. This is one of the priorities (in the coming five-year plan (which starts in April next year)", Radhakrishnan said.

He is also chairman of the Space Commission and secretary in the department of space.

"In remote sensing (satellite field), we have to get into environmental studies and climate change studies. This is one requirement, new requirement (in the next five-year plan)," he said.

He also revealed that ISRO would launch its first navigation satellite next year, which will be part of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) programme. The first of the series will be followed by six more such satellites.

"So, these will have live coverage over Indian region," Radhakrishnan said.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.09.2011 08:24:03
http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com/2011/09/s200-booster-tested-at-sdsc.html
ЦитатаMonday, September 12, 2011
S200 Booster Tested at SDSC[/size]
Here's video of ISRO's recent test of the S200 solid rocket booster, at Satish Dhawan Space Centre. Meant for use in the upcoming GSLV-MkIII, the S200 is the world's 3rd largest booster of its kind, after the ones used by Ariane-5 and the Space Shuttle (well, since the Space Shuttle is now retired, I guess that would make this the 2nd-largest such booster). China and Russia use purely liquid-fuel technology. Solid rocket boosters offer superior thrust performance in comparison to liquid boosters, but cannot be throttled during flight.[/size]

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nym7AOJvIiE&feature=player_embedded
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.09.2011 22:40:21
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=26391.msg805645#msg805645
Цитатаthe Orbcomm AIS-Sat is named "VesselSat 1"
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.10.2011 21:07:35
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/sriharikota-readies-for-rocket-blastoff/190657-60-120.html

Though ISRO had said that another rocket launch, carrying remote sensing satellite Risat, lack of time has put it in doubt.

"Normally there needs to be a month's time gap between two launches to refurbish the launch pad," an ISRO official said.

"Given this situation, the preparations for the next launch can start only by mid-November, leaving just 45 days in this calendar year. So there may not be fourth launch this year."
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.10.2011 21:13:33
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1 - 20 апреля - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-Sat - PSLV-C16 - 08:42 ЛМВ
2 - 21 мая -INSAT-4G (GSAT-8 ) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA202) - 00:38 ЛМВ
3 - 15 июля - GSAT-12, Gagan - PSLV-C17 (XL) - 15:18 ЛМВ
4 - 12 октября - MEGHA-TROPIQUES, VesselSat 1, Jugnu, SRMSat - PSLV-C18 (CA) - 09:31 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

март - RISAT-1, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО
апрель - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
второй квартал - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
июнь - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
второе полугодие - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2 - PSLV-С21 (XL) - ПО
второе полугодие - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, CANX-4, CANX-5, WNISAT-1 - PSLV-С22 - ПО
второе полугодие - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-С23 - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА) - ПО
ПО - INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 - ПО[/i9]

Попутная нагрузка
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО [color=olive:65c6f98df9](или Союз)[/color]
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
конец года - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II) - ПО (или начало 2014)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 11 октября
Изменения от 12 октября
Изменения от 15 октября
Изменения от 17 октября
Изменения от 4 ноября
Изменения от 18 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 11.10.2011 15:23:19
http://www.itar-tass.com/c19/244624.html

ТАЛЛИН, 11 октября. /Корр. ИТАР-ТАСС Владимир Иванов/. Первый эстонский мини-спутник - "Эсткуб-1" (ESTCube-1), похожий на вытянутый кубик Рубика или мяч, у которого отрихтовали округлости, отправится в открытый космос уже через год. Он будет выведен на орбиту Земли ракетой, которая стартует с индийского космодрома Сатиш Дхаван.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.10.2011 18:21:17
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/isro-mulling-more-launch-sites_736204.html

ISRO mulling more launch sites

Last Updated: Wednesday, October 12, 2011, 17:17

Sriharikota: ISRO today said it planned to have more launch sites as the frequency of satellite launches is slated to go up in the coming years.

"We need to provide more number of launch pads, since the number of launches from ISRO is going to go up," ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan told reporters here.

We will do a feasibility study soon on sites "which can be something like another Sriharikota."

The outlay for these new sites maybe less than Rs 1,000 crore, he said.

Listing out the launches, he said the GSLV launch is scheduled for the second quarter of 2012. There are two more PSLVs - one (PLSV C-19) carrying RISAT-1, a microwave remote sensing satellite,another (PSLV C 20) carrying an Indo French collaborative satellite Saral and small other satellites which will study oceans, he said.

 ISRO also plans to launch Astrosat and Aditya satellites in the coming years.

The agency is also scheduled to launch Chandrayaan 2 at end of 2013 or beginning of 2014. "It will be launched with a GSLV," another ISRO official said.

On status of work on Mark III, P S Veeraraghavan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre said "it is progressing well,with tests on three stages of S 200, L 110 and C 25 to be completed."

On promoting nano satellites from the student community, Radhakrishnan said ISRO's objective was to give them practical experience on how to work with a satellite.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.10.2011 19:32:24
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/PSLV-launch-successful-four-satellites-in-orbit/articleshow/10327098.cms

SRIHARIKOTA, ANDHRA PRADESH: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will launch its next Geo-Synchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV) with an indigenous cryogenic engine in the second quarter of 2012, ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said at a press conference on Wednesday. He was speaking on the occasion of the successful launch of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle ( PSLV-C18 ), which placed four satellites in correct orbits, at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota, 100 km from Chennai.

Radhakrishnan also said that the second moon mission, Chandrayaan-II, would be launched at the end of 2013 or the beginning of 2014, if all scheduled GSLV tests are successful.

In December 2010, the launch of a communication satellite GSAT-5P on board the GSLV-F06 failed when the rocket developed a snag soon after lift-off. "We have identified the problem and are making improvements so that it does not occur again. We are currently testing various components at the cryogenic stage. We are running some long duration tests, one which will commence towards the end of this year," said S Ramakrishnan, director of the Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre.

Two PSLV launches have been planned before the GSLV launch. In December, PSLV-C19 will launch ISRO's first completely indigenous microwave remote sensing satellite (RISAT-1), while PSLV-C20 will launch an environment monitoring SARAL satellite, developed by India and France, in March.

ISRO plans to have two GSLV launches using the indigenous engine before moving on to the Chandrayaan-II project, said T K Alex, director, ISRO Satellite Centre.

The organization is working on the development of an indigenous cryogenic engine for the GSLV MK-III, also called C25. "We have a completely indigenous design for C25 but the development is complex will need more time," said Ramakrishnan.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.10.2011 20:25:30
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2011-10-13/india/30274617_1_gsat-7-satellite-indian-space-research-organization

Military satellite delayed again by a year
Rajat Pandit, TNN Oct 13, 2011, 04.47AM IST

(Indian armed forces are still to get their own dedicated surveillance and communication satellites despite several years of promises and plans.)

NEW DELHI: PM Manmohan Singh may wax eloquent that the military will be equipped with "all necessary means to meet all threats", including those "which go beyond conventional warfare", but no sense of urgency is being shown in the space arena.

Indian armed forces are still to get their own dedicated surveillance and communication satellites despite several years of promises and plans, leave alone offensive space capabilities like ASAT (anti-satellite) weapons or advanced directed-energy laser weapons.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.10.2011 16:09:17
http://www.onlinenews.com.pk/details.php?id=184542

Indian military satellite delayed again by a year

NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may wax eloquent that the military will be equipped with "all necessary means to meet all threats", including those "which go beyond conventional warfare", but no sense of urgency is being shown in the space arena, Indian media reported on Thursday.

According to reports, Indian armed forces are still to get their own dedicated surveillance and communication satellites despite several years of promises and plans, leave alone offensive space capabilities like ASAT (anti-satellite) weapons or advanced directed-energy laser weapons.

Moreover, Indian government continues to keep the desperately-needed tri-Service Aerospace Command in cold storage, even though China has taken to the military exploitation of space, which includes ASAT capabilities, in a major way, report said.

Top Indian defence officials admit the much-awaited launch of the naval communication and surveillance satellite, "Rohini", has been once again delayed by a year or so. Satellites for Army-IAF will only follow thereafter, it said.

Incidentally, during the naval commanders' conference in 2009, defence minister A K Antony had declared that the satellite to boost connectivity over sea would be launched in early-2010.

Subsequently, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had revised the satellite's "launch window" to December 2010-March 2011. But to no avail.

"There has been another big delay now...it won't be possible before end-2012 at the earliest," said an Indian official, even as all top military commanders are currently in New Delhi for their annual brain-storming sessions.

"The problem is the repeated failures of GSLV (geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle) and indigenous cryogenic engines (ISRO is now left with only one of the cryogenic engines imported fr om Russia)," he added.

With no early launch in sight, talk is gaining ground that India should contemplate a foreign launcher for its GSAT-7 series of military satellites.

The 2,330-kg naval satellite is supposed to have an around 1,000 nautical mile footprint over Indian Ocean, stretching from Red Sea to Malacca Strait, to ensure "network-centric operations" and "maritime domain awareness". The IAF-Army one, in turn, will have a similar footprint over land.

Indian Defence Space Vision-2020 identified only intelligence, reconnaissance, surveillance, communication and navigation as the thrust areas in Phase-I till 2012. But even such capabilities, which include the critical necessity to keep 24x7 tabs on enemy troop movements, warships, airbases and missile silos as well as bolster surveillance over Indian airspace, will remain lim ited in the absence of dedicated military satellites.

Interestingly, while India is publicly opposed to "militarization of space", the defence ministry last year had come out with a "Technology Perspective and Capability Roadmap" till 2025 which identified space warfare as a priority area, as was first reported by TOI.

The roadmap, for instance, identified development of ASAT weapons "for electronic or physical destruction of satellites in both LEO (2,000-km altitude above earth's surface) and GEO-synchronous orbits" as a thrust area.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 17.10.2011 22:09:18
The Max Valier satellite should be launched on a Russian or Indian rocket in autumn 2012. [1] (http://www.tfo-meran.it/?p=1958)[2] (http://gobmeran-satellit.jimdo.com/zeitplan/)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 17.10.2011 23:23:20
ЦитатаJohannes пишет:
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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.11.2011 18:58:30
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg825737#msg825737
Цитатаm.prasad пишет:

RISAT-1 (PSLV C19) launch will be in Jan 2012 (As per ISRO Chairman RadhaKrishnan during his visit to National Remote Sensing Centre, NRSC, at Shadnagar near Hyderabad). Published in the regional language news paper - Telugu (Refer (http://eenadu.net/Homeinner.aspx?qry=break46))

~Prasad
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.12.2011 23:34:39
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/isro-aims-at-45-to-50-launches/212988-60-123.html

Thiruvananthapuram | Posted on Dec 18, 2011 at 11:16am IST

ISRO aims at 45 to 50 launches

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 12th five-year plan period will be a busy one for ISRO's Sriharikota spaceport. If things pan out as ISRO hopes it would, then 2012-2017 will see more number of missions compared to previous five-year plan periods. ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan, addressing the national conference on 'Space Transportation Systems: Opportunities and Challenges', organised by the VSSC and Indian National Academy of Engineering at Thumba on Saturday, said that the ISRO was targeting 45 to 50 launches during the 12th five-year plan.

In the 11th, the target had been 30, with six missions per year. The 10th five- year plan had witnessed 20 missions. (The Sathish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota, has at present two launch pads. ISRO is planning a third one which will be able to accommodate advanced launch vehicles).

No Flaw in GSLV Design: Radhakrishnan said that the GSLV, which had two crashes in 2010, had no flaw in design. There have been problems in implementation which are being corrected. The next GSLV launch will be in the second quarter of 2012, he said.

In March 2012, the ISRO will launch a microwave remote sensing satellite which will be useful for the farm sector as well as disaster management. Cloud cover will not be a problem for this satellite, which gives it an edge over conventional satellites. The ISRO chairman said the years ahead would be a busy one for ISRO. At present, 170 transponders are in service, but the current requirement is 500.

The three-day conference, which focuses on low-cost space transportation, is being attended by a large number of scientists from India and foreign space agencies such as NASA, ESA and JAXA. It will conclude on Sunday.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.12.2011 23:50:39
http://www.thehindu.com/news/states/tamil-nadu/article2702196.ece

VELLORE, December 10, 2011

GSLV-Mk-III to place communication satellite in orbit

International meet on Recent Trends in Computing, Communication and Information Technologies at VITU

[color=yellow:35a48dfa9f]The GSLV (Geo-Synchronous Launch Vehicle)-Mk (Mark)-III that is to be launched by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for experimental purposes next year[/color:35a48dfa9f] is designed to place a communication satellite in orbit, according to K. Narayana, honorary adviser and former director of the Sathish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC), ISRO, SHAR (Sriharikotta).

Inaugurating ObCom 2011, the 3-day 4th International Conference on Recent Trends in Computing, Communication and Information Technologies organised by the VIT University here on Friday, Dr. Narayana said that the communication satellites have revolutionised the communication system. Megatropiques satellite was launched by ISRO recently to measure the weather in tropics. This satellite is expected to help in tropical meteorology. The ISRO has developed a launch base of international standards.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.12.2011 23:29:48
Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

март - RISAT-1, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО
апрель - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
май - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
июнь - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
сентябрь - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2 - PSLV-С21 (XL) - ПО
сентябрь - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
второе полугодие - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-С22 - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz - ПО
ПО - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА) - ПО


Попутная нагрузка
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
конец года - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F07 (Mk II) - ПО (или начало 2014)
декабрь - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-С23 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-С27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО

202?
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 2 января
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.01.2012 23:51:08
http://www.parabolicarc.com/2012/01/02/indias-human-space-missions-slip-into-2020s-foreign-involvement-nixed/#more-33654
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.01.2012 22:44:04
http://www.asianscientist.com/topnews/isro-indian-mission-to-mars-red-planet-2013/

Indian Scientists Propose 10 Experiments For 2013 Mission To Mars

Srinivas Laxman
January 9, 2012

A Indian mission to Mars is taking shape with space scientists proposing 10 experiments, mostly related to the study of the Red Planet's atmosphere.

AsianScientist (Jan. 9, 2012) - A Indian mission to Mars is taking shape with space scientists proposing 10 experiments, mostly related to the study of the Red Planet's atmosphere.

Proof that this challenging mission is no longer a dream is amply evident in a report of the Planetary Sciences and Exploration conference, organized by the Ahmedabad-based Planex group of the Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), an affiliate of ISRO, between December 12 and 14, 2011.

The report shows that scientists from various ISRO centers and the PRL are extremely enthusiastic about the flight to the Red Planet, and are awaiting a formal 'go' from ISRO, the Space Commission, and the Uni on Cabinet.

As a precursor to the mission, a Mars Mission Study Team has already been formed to prepare the science and mission scenarios for ISRO.

In addition, a brainstorming session on Mars science and exploration was held at the PRL on March 24 and 25, 2011, as a preparatory step for ISRO's Mars exploration plans. This two-day session served as an initial platform for scientists and students to fuel up their proposals and plans for an Indian Mars mission.

The December conference report states that the 10 Indian Martian experiments suggested are:

Probe For Infrared Spectroscopy for Mars (Prism) which will study certain aspects of the Martian atmosphere and "spatial and seasonal variations of these gases over the lifetime of the mission."
Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyzer (Menca) which will analyze the Martian upper atmosphere-exosphere region 400 km above the surface.
Another instrument (Tis) will measure thermal emissions from the surface of the Red Planet. Its primary science goals include mapping the surface composition and mineralogy of Mars and understanding the dynamics of the Martian atmosphere by monitoring carbon dioxide levels.
Using radio signals to study the atmosphere.
Mars Color Camera (MCC) which can image from a highly elliptical orbit of 500 km x 80,000 km. It will be designed as a multi-purpose instrument which can image the topography of the Martian surface and map Martian polar caps. "It is expected to observe and help in furthering our understanding of events like dust storms and dust devils. From an elliptical orbit around Mars, the camera will return high quality visual images of Mars, its moons, asteroids and other celestial bodies from close quarters," the report states.
A Methane Sensor For Mars (MSM) has been recommended for detecting methane in the Martian atmosphere.
A Mars Radiation Spectrometer (Maris) which can measure and characterize charged particle background levels during the cruise and orbit phase of the spacecraft. This instrument will play an important role for a possible future human mission to Mars as it will determine radiation exposure doses.
A Plasma and Current Experiment (Pace) which will assess what is known as "atmospheric escape and processes of the Martian atmosphere and the structure of the Martian tail."
A microwave remote sensing technique for sounding the Martian atmosphere. Scientists connected with this instrument say that it will be designed to be minimally affected during a dust storm.
A suite of instruments to detect plasma waves in the Martian atmosphere.

If this much-awaited mission finally gets off the ground with the required approvals, only some of the 10 experiments and payloads will be sel ected, with a focus on experiments that have not been done before, sources tell Asian Scientist Magazine.

Mars fever has gripped many scientists at the PRL, with an Indian chapter of the Mars Society formed at IIT-Mumbai.

Planning for the Mars lift off has progressed to such an extent that the provisional launch windows have already been fixed for either 2013, 2016, or 2018 from Sriharikota, India's main spaceport near Chennai.

According to the scientists, if the launch takes place in November 2013, then the Indian spacecraft will enter the orbit around Mars in September 2014. It will be an orbiting mission and not a landing one. On reaching Mars after a 10-month flight, the spacecraft will operate and pick up scientific data in a highly elliptical orbit of 500 km x 80,000 km.

Some scientists even feel that the mission to Mars must be given precedence over the second Indian mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2, since India has already done a lunar mission successfully.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.01.2012 02:56:49
http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report_risat-1-to-be-launched-anytime-from-march-15_1639171

RISAT-1 to be launched anytime from March 15

Published: Wednesday, Jan 18, 2012, 16:12 IST
Place: Bangalore | Agency: PTI

Indigenously developed remote sensing satellite RISAT-1, which can take images of the Earth in all weather conditions, would be launched by space agency ISRO anytime from March 15.

The 1850 kg RISAT-1, earlier slated for launch last year onboard PSLV-C19, would be a major milestone for the country and a boon for regions perennially under cloud cover.

"The launch of microwave remote sensing RISAT-1 is slated anytime from March 15," ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan told reporters on the sidelines of an event here organised by the Indian Institute of Science.

Besides use in the agriculture sector, the satellite's all weather capability to take images of the Earth could also be used to keep an eye on the country's borders round-the-clock and to help in anti-terrorist and anti-infiltration operations, he said.

The ground testing for GSLV-Mk III, which can lift four tonne spacecraft, was on and its launch would be finalised by May or June this year, Radhakrishnan said.

On the other future launches, he said communication satellites GSAT-10 and GSAT-7 were scheduled for launch this year.

GSAT-14 onboard indigenously developed Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-D5) was also scheduled for launch this year, the ISRO chief said, adding the agency planned for the launch of first regional navigation satellite system in 2012.

Karnataka Knowledge Commission Chairman and renowned space scientist Dr K Kasturirangan, in his speech at the event, stressed the need for state governments to take the geographic information (GI) system to district and panchayat levels to improve the process of decision-making.

http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-01-20/nashik/30646576_1_nhrdf-largest-onion-insat-3d

Insat-3D to be launched by December, says Isro

Tushar Pawar, TNN Jan 20, 2012, 03.20AM IST

NASHIK: To help India Meteorological Department get a better understanding of the weather patterns and forecast it more accurately, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will be launching Insat-3D by year-end.

"The aim is to improve understanding of the weather system with the new meteorological satellite Insat-3D," ISRO deputy director, space application centre, J S Parihar said here on Thursday.

http://www.asianscientist.com/features/2011-physics-nobel-prize-laureate-brian-p-schmidt/

Do you think that India is delaying the launching of an astronomical satellite, Astrosat, which is now slated for lift off in October-November 2012? Other countries have launched astronomical satellites much earlier.

http://www.kleinezeitung.at/steiermark/graz/graz/2908961/oesterreich-schiesst-erstmals-satelliten-ins-all.story
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.01.2012 03:13:08
Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

26-31 марта - RISAT-1, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО
май - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
август - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
осень - SPOT-6 - PSLV-С21 (СА) - ПО
конец года - ПО - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
июнь (ПО) - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
декабрь - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
декабрь - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - INSAT-3D Prime - ПО - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

20 мая - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

202?
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.01.2012 10:42:25
ЦитатаISRO set to launch 5 rockets this year[/size]

    January 27, 2012
    DC
    Nellore

Isro's Sathish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota is all set to launch five rockets this year. This includes three polar satellite launch vehicles and two geosynchronous launch vehicles, said director of SDSC M. Chandravadan Dattan at Shar on the occasion of Republic Day.

He said they would launch 1,850 kg Risat-1 (Microwave Remote Sensing Satellite) into the orbit using PSLV C-19 launch vehicle from the first launch pad of Shar in March.

The satellite has been made using indigenous technology and it is for the first time PSLV will carry such a heavy satellite. Strap on motors used for Chandrayaan-1 will be used for the flight, he added.

Another satellite which is also being produced using indigenous technology is slated for launch through PSLV C-20 this year. He also said PSLV C-21 would carry a satellite belonging to France.

Communication satellites would be launched using GSLV- D5 and GSLV-Mark III launch vehicles in August and before the end of year.

According to Mr Dattan, Isro scientists are trying to overcome teething problems they faced with indigenous cryogenic stage in GSLV.

He said they have successfully completed S-2-solid propellant L-110 liquid propellant tests in static condition at Shar.

Reacting to a question on Antrix-Devas deal, he said those involved were above ill intentions and selfish goals and they would never do anything to affect the reputation of Isro or the country.

He also said none should violate rules and regulations notwithstanding their positions.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.01.2012 13:02:01
http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/companies/article2840255.ece?homepage=true&ref=wl_home
ЦитатаHyderabad, Jan. 28:  

Andhra Sugars Ltd has started supply of liquid hydrogen, cryogenic fuel to the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).[/size]

Liquid hydrogen is used as a propellant in the Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) by the national space agency.

GSLV is used in placing bigger satellites in a stationery orbit. India is testing its capabilities in this area. The liquid hydrogen tanker was flagged off by Mr S. Ramakrishnan (Director - LPSC) and Mr P. Narendranath Chowdary, Joint Managing Director of Andhra Sugars today from the Tanuku plant.

According to Mr Chowdary, the company has set up a facility to liquefy hydrogen gas with the technical guidance from ISRO.

In ISRO's satellite launch vehicle's solid propellant is used in the first stage, liquid propellant in the second stage and cryogenic propellant in the third stage of GSLV. All these propellants are now manufactured by Andhra Sugars.

The Tanuku-headquartered company has been supplying propellant's to the ISRO for some time as part of its national commitment and indigenous technology capability demonstration.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.02.2012 03:56:56
http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/article2854134.ece
ЦитатаChandrayan-2 faces delay after Russian Mars probe failure[/size]
Vladimir Radyuhin

The failure of the Russian Mars mission last month will cause a delay in the construction of a Russian lander for India's Chandrayan-2 mission to the Moon, said Russia's top space official.

As a result, the launch of Chandrayan-2, planned for 2013, may have to be postponed by three years.

Academician Lev Zelyony, head of the Russian Space Research Institute, was quoted as saying that the Luna-Resource lander may not be ready till 2016.

"There were plans to launch the Luna-Glob and Luna-Resource missions in 2015," the Russian scientist told RIA Novosti. "But the dates may have to be moved, as the technical solutions that were used with NPO Lavochkin's Phobos-Grunt were also used in the lunar projects and they clearly need to be reviewed."

The Phobos-Grunt spacecraft, launched in November to retrieve soil samples from the Martian moon Phobos, became stuck in Earth's orbit after its engines failed to fire and crashed back to Earth last month.

A Russian government commission set up to investigate the probe failure blamed it on a burst of heavy charged space radiation that caused the onboard computers to reboot and go into standby mode.

Academician Zelyony, who took part in the investigation, said the review will not affect scientific instruments of Luna-Resource and Luna-Glob, but only their control systems and the spacecraft.

While the Luna-Resource lander is to travel to the Moon aboard the Chandrayan-2 spacecraft and put an Indian rover on the lunar surface, the identical Luna-Globe will be an entirely Russian mission, which is to carry a boring system for taking Moon rock samples.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 05.02.2012 11:02:14
РН - ЖСЛВ, схема выведения левая какая-то, в качестве ПН - Луна-Ресурс. В итоге: очередная невыполнимая миссия :?
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: ZOOR от 05.02.2012 21:44:51
ЦитатаРН - ЖСЛВ, схема выведения левая какая-то, ...
Код индийских программистов ТЗЧ не прошибет!  :D

ИКИшникам можно посочувствовать - они уже стыковочные модуля научной аппаратуры по слухам начали, а тут такая задержка.
В кои-то веки из-за служебного борта встали  - обычно НЯП наука зависала.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.02.2012 11:02:57
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-02-17/hyderabad/31070866_1_venus-mission-chandrayaan-1-isro
ЦитатаIndia planning Venus mission[/size]
Srinivas Laxman, TNN Feb 17, 2012, 05.03AM IST

TIRUPATI: An Indian scientific mission to Venus is being considered by the space community. This was announced by M S Anurup of Isro at the 17th National Space Science Symposium which has been jointly organised by Isro and Sri Venkateshwara University.

According to Anurup, a preliminary study had indicated that if this mission gets the go ahead and depending upon the orbital parameters, it could be launched on May 20, 2015 arriving in Venus in October 2015. There could be about five scientific instruments on board the Venus-bound spacecraft. The rocket could either be the advanced version of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-XL) or the Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) or the newer version of the GSLV designated as GSLV Mark3.The preliminary study states that the main role of the Indian mission to Venus would be to study its atmosphere. It will also help to examine the origin and evolution of terrestrial planets.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.02.2012 20:02:01
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/power-of-seven-to-take-india-to-new-heights/231921-60-115.html
ЦитатаKarnataka | Posted on Feb 20, 2012 at 09:38am IST
Power of seven to take India to new heights[/size]
indianexpress
Anantha Krishnan M

BANGALORE: It's Mission Saptha Upagraha and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) says all is on track. The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) is a constellation of seven satellites and the ISRO seems to have pooled the best space stars from various work centres for the project. Shrugging out of the current crisis and sticking as one unit chanting the 'Mission Matters-mantra' spelt-out by its chief K Radhakrishnan, the prestigious mission promises to make India an independent space power.

Scheduled for a launch this year, three satellites are expected to be placed in the Geostationary Orbit at 32.5°E, 83°E & 131.5°E and two satellites each would be placed in the Geosynchronous Orbit with equatorial crossing at 55°E and 111.5°E and at an inclination of 29° to the equator. Two spare satellites are also planned as part of the mission. The IRNSS would provide two services, with the Standard Positioning Service open for civilian use and the Restricted Service, encrypted one,
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.02.2012 15:20:28
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_isro-row-not-affected-space-programmes-k-radhakrishnan_1649353
ЦитатаISRO row not affected space programmes: K Radhakrishnan[/size]
 Published: Sunday, Feb 12, 2012, 22:39 IST
 Place: Bangalore | Agency: PTI

ISRO Chief K Radhakrishnan today rejected suggestions that the row with his predecessor G Madhavan Nair and his indictment over the Antrix-Devas deal has dented its image and cast a shadow on the country's space programme.

Seeking to put the two-week-old controversy and its fall-out firmly behind, Radhakrishnan said the focus now is on missions and indicated that successful space ventures would redeem its pride.

"I don't think soz," he said when asked whether ISRO's image has taken a beating and the space programme being overshadowed after the raging ISRO row.

"That's the feeling I get from (various) ISRO centres (in the country)", Radhakrishnan, Chairman of ISRO and Secretary in the Department of Space and Chairman, Space Commission, told PTI here.

"People will understand what's going on", added Radhakrishnan, who had been accused by former ISRO Chairman G Madhavan Nair of being behind the move to blacklist him and three other ex-ISRO scientists in connection with the controversial Antrix-Devas deal which has sisnce been scrapped.

For ISRO, what matters is a mission. "If you do a good job, everybody is with you", he said, indicating that successful space ventures would put ISRO back into positive limelight.

"As far as ISRO is concerned, I don't see any problems", Radhakrishnan said, adding, ISRO is now working on the launch of radar imaging satellite in the last week of March, as well as the ground-test of cryogenic engine.

Asked if the ISRO row is a closed chapter, he said: "Yes, I think from my head it has gone...reports are there...what has been done....everything is there".

"I want to worry about ISRO now", he said.

Nair meanwhile is pinning hopes on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to revoke the order banning him and three others from government jobs despite Minister of State in PMO V Narayanasamy ruling out its review, as he reiterated there is "no issue" vis-a-vis the Antrix-Devas deal.

Speaking to PTI here, Nair said he hasn't heard from the Prime Minister. "I hope he will consider and take an appropriate decision", he said.

Nair wrote to the Prime Minister more than two weeks ago, appealing for quashing the order which he said was issued without enquiry and one aimed at tarnishing the image of the scientists.

Nair and three other ex-ISRO scientists were blacklisted based on two official reports on the controversial deal.

He has applied under RTI seeking copies of the order banning them as well the reports but "they are taking the usual time to reply. So I will have to allow that one month to get through to get all the details".

Asked if would appreciate it if the Prime Minister could intervene in the meanwhile, Nair said: "Yes, naturally".

On the statement of BK Chaturvedi, who probed the deal (with Roddam Narasimha) that there were no malafide intentions on the part of scientists and violation of norms and procedures were not malicious or deliberate, Nair said he (Chaturvedi committee) has "brought out the factual situation".

"I have been telling the same for long. There is no issue (no wrongdoing), that's the message he has conveyed", Nair said, reiterating that there was "no issue at all" vis-a-vis the scrapped agreement with Devas[/size].
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.03.2012 16:43:56
http://www.thehansindia.info/News/Article.asp?category=1&subCategory=2&ContentId=42721
ЦитатаIsro satellite launch plans may be delayed [/size]

Sullurpet (Nellore): In the wake of annulment of $300 million Antrix-Devas deal and subsequent controversy over the transparency of the functioning of Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro), the launch of several satellites is getting delayed.

Isro chairman Radhakrishnan has announced that the launch of the microwave remote sensing satellite RISAT-1, which was scheduled to go up into orbit with the help of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle C-19 by March this year, is likely to be delayed, according to sources at SHAR.

Isro has formulated its launch calendar to send at least five satellites into the space this year from SHAR to enhance communication system in the country. But the cancelation of the 12-year contract between ISRO's commercial arm Antrix and Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia apparently had a demoralising effect on the staff, causing inordinate delay in the launch of the satellites.

 In fact, Isro had planned to launch indigenous satellite SARAL with PSLV C-20, France's satellite IRNSS-1 with PSLV C-21 and two communication satellites using Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV)-D5 and GSLV Mark III this year.

It also planned to launch GSAT-6 satellite, which triggered controversy about the deal between Antrix and Devas. Probe teams have indicted former Isro chairman Madhavan Nair and three other ex-Isro scientists, saying they benefited Devas and caused a great loss to the exchequer.

Sources revealed that Isro chairman Radhakrishnan is facing criticism from his predecessor Nair, who is charging that he has been blacklisted due to Radhakrishnan's involvement. Radhakrishnan unsuccessfully launched two satellites after he assumed office.

With this, he is reviewing the entire launching mechanism and apparently decided to delay several projects until rectification of indigenous cryogenic stage of GSLV.

However, self-interests and professional jealousies as well as nepotism have had an adverse impact on the Isro employees. People are also apprehensive of the security of the nation and communication as well as information system as Isro is dragged into unwanted controversies.

--C Narasimha Rao[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.03.2012 17:06:52
Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

2-я половина апреля - RISAT-1, Venta-1, Pratham - PSLV-C19 (XL) - ПО
июль - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
август - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
осень - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С21 (HP) - ПО
конец года - ПО - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
июль-август - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
декабрь - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - SPOT-6 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА) - ПО
1-й квартал - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
23 ноября - Mars Mission - PSLV-(ПО) (XL) - ПО
декабрь - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
 ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-9 - ПО - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
 ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - INSAT-3D Prime - ПО - ПО

2015
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

20 мая - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
 ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

202?
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой
 ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка
 ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
 ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
 КА - космический аппарат
 РКН - ракета космического назначения
 РБ - разгонный блок
 ПО - подлежит определению
 ЛМВ - летнее московское время
 ДМВ - декретное московкое время
 НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 6 марта
Изменения от 12 марта
Изменения от 14 марта
Изменения от 19 марта
Изменения от 21 марта
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.03.2012 03:03:30
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg871763#msg871763
ЦитатаSome more bad news...

RISAT-1 mission is not scheduled for March-2012. It may slip further to April or May. Some sources have told that the vehicle is waiting for the satellite to arrive from ISAC center at Bangalore.

Also ISRO seems to be plagued with internal revolt by a section of scientists loyal to former chairman Mr. Madhavan Nair.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 14.03.2012 11:14:28
Acoustic/vibrational tests have been completed on the payload faring for the GSLV Mark-III:

http://tarmak007.blogspot.in/2012/03/gslv-mk-iii-payload-fairing-completes.html
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=28334.msg872507#msg872507

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 19.03.2012 18:02:03
http://www.asianscientist.com/topnews/india-mars-mission-union-budget-increase-to-rs-125-crore-2012/
ЦитатаIndian Mars Mission Receives Ten-Fold Budget Increase To Rs. 125 Crores[/size]

By Srinivas Laxman | Top News
March 19, 2012

India's mission to Mars received a major boost on Friday during the Union Budget announcement, with the budgetary allocation rocketing more than ten-fold to Rs. 125 crores (US$24.9 million).

AsianScientist (Mar. 19, 2012) - India's mission to Mars received a major boost on Friday during the Union Budget announcement, with the budgetary allocation rocketing from Rs. 10 crores (US$1.99 million) to Rs. 125 crores (US$24.9 million).

The massive increase allays apprehensions that this mission may end up only on the drawing boards.

"Mars Orbiter Mission envisages launching an orbiter around Mars using the PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle)-XL during the November 2013 launch opportunity. The Mars orbiter will be placed in an orbit of 500 x 80,000 km around Mars and will have a provision for carrying nearly 25 kg of scientific payloads on board," the budget document said.

If the mission is targeted for a November 2013 lift off, indications are that the launch will be on November 23, 2013 from the Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota, with the orbiter arriving in Mars in September 2014.

A mission to Mars can always prove to be a nail-biting experience, because three out of the four missions in the U.S. have failed. In Russia, most of the missions have flopped, the most recent one being the Phobos-Grunt mission.

The PSLV-XL is an advanced version of the PSLV which was used for launching the Chandrayaan-1 mission to the moon on October 22, 2008. Originally, the Mars mission was to have been launched using the three-stage Geo Synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). but, with a degree of uncertainty about this rocket, ISRO decided to use the PSLV-XL which is a highly reliable vehicle.

On March 2, 2012, during a debate jointly organized by the newly-formed Mars Society India and the Nehru Center on "Mission to Mars: Go Or No Go," eminent space scientist, P. C. Agrawal, announced that the mission was on track and the flight engine is expected to be tested in June. The participants of the debate were students from IIT-Mumbai.

Agrawal's remark assumes significance in the context of him being a member of an ISRO-appointed committee which recently deliberated about the feasibility of the program.

Top space scientists, the majority of them attached to the Ahmedabad-based Physical Research Laboratory (PRL), an ISRO affiliate, have suggested ten experiments that can be a part of the mission. Most of them relate to the study of the Martian atmosphere. Many in the space community feel that the Mars mission should be given precedence over India's second mission to the moon, Chandrayaan-2.

At the National Space Science Symposium which was jointly organized by the Sri Venkateshwara University and ISRO in February, there were a number of presentations about the scientific payloads which will fly on the Indian Mars mission.

The overall budget for ISRO has shot up from Rs. 4,432 crores to Rs. 6,715 crores with several other projects also planned. The allocation for the human space flight program has also gone up from Rs. 10 crores to Rs. 30 crores.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.03.2012 13:58:44
http://spaceref.ca/isro/canadian-satellites-launch-on-indias-pslv-c20-delayed-again.html
ЦитатаCanada's long awaited launch of the NEOSSat and Sapphire satellites will have to wait a little longer, slipping into a Q3 launch, with an anticipated earliest launch date of mid-July.[/size]
http://www.defence.pk/forums/indian-defence/168015-isro-launch-indonesian-satellite.html
ЦитатаISRO to launch Indonesian satellite

 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) would soon launch an Indonesian satellite into orbit on a turn-key basis, using an indigenously built launch vehicle.

 The ISRO has bagged this job on the basis of the competitive rate it has offered to the Indonesian space agency. This was revealed here by Indonesian diplomatic sources on the sidelines of the Indonesian Ambassador's interaction with some business leaders who have been invited to set up industrial units there.

 The Indonesian satellite to be put in space through an ISRO launch vehicle, named IinuSat, would be for communication and weather forecasting purpose.

 The IinuSat, weighing about 30 kilogrammes, is being made by students of six universities in Indonesia and the technical experts have already arrived at the Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) in Thiruvananthapuram for its integration with the launch vehicle.

 The ISRO would be paid a fee of 100,000 Euros for the launch, said Son Kuswadi, Education Attache in the Indonesian Embassy in India. The launch is scheduled in early 2013, he revealed.[/size]
http://www.tvnet.lv/tehnologijas/zinatnes/415251-satelitu_venta1_varetu_palaist_zemes_orbita_vasaras_vidu
Гугль перевод:
ЦитатаСпутник Venta-1 выйдет на околоземную орбиту в середине лета[/size]
 LETA
 16:37, 21.  Март 2012 года

 Первый латвийский спутник "Вента-1" может запустить на орбиту Земли в середине этого лета, с помощью русских ракет.  Сегодня, встречаясь с журналистами, посол России Александр Вешняков сообщил в ходе визита в Вентспилсе Вентспилсской городской думы Айварс Лембергс ("Для Латвии и Вентспилса").

 "Экономическое сотрудничество с Россией в Вентспилсе очень длинный и разнообразный.  В основном, это, конечно, связаны с транзитом.  [..] В России у нас есть сотрудничество в области науки, и мы видим большой потенциал для развития сотрудничества в целях развития.  Кроме того, в настоящее время переговоры ведутся на первый латвийский спутников на орбиту вокруг Земли, с помощью русских ракет-носителей.  Мы думаем, что сможем согласовать все условия, и теперь предсказывает, что это может быть в середине лета ", сообщил Лембергс.

 Вешняков посетил сегодня Вентспилсский Международный радиоастрономической центра.

 "Тогда я обратил свое внимание в России в июле прошлого года в Латвии подписали декларацию, которая направлена на обеспечение того, чтобы мы развиваем сотрудничество в области высоких технологий и науки.  [..] Если это небольшой, но важный спутник проект будет успешным, то, вероятно, будет другой, больше ", сказал Вешняков.  Как и Латвии с Россией могут быть и другие проекты сотрудничества в области науки, сказал посол.

 Вешняков приветствовал Вентспилсской высшей школы и способность местных органов власти по привлечению средств из фондов Европейского Союза для организации и модернизации советской армии удалось в Вентспилсский Международный центр radioastonomijas инфраструктуры.

 Как сообщалось в конце прошлого года индейцы спутников на полярную орбиту »(PSLV) ракеты-носителя начало, которое было запланировано на первый латвийский спутник" Вента-1 "и итальянский спутник" Maxvalier »запуск на орбиту, были приостановлены на неопределенный срок.  Поэтому ищем альтернативы запуску спутника, сообщили агентству LETA в преддверии спутника "Venta-1" производства координатор Дана Reizniece-Ozola.

Venta-1 "будет готов, и не хотите ждать, так интенсивно ищут альтернативу", сказал Reizniece-дуб.  Наиболее реалистичным вариантом является русский РН "Космос".  Обсуждение также был проведен с индейцами.  Была также возможность запуска американского латвийский спутник РН "Falcon9", но плата за эту услугу будет слишком большой, заостренный Reizniece-Ozola.

 Стремясь запустить спутник на орбиту "Venta-1", важен не только для начальных затрат, но и на орбите.  Экваториальная орбита не действует, потому что это важно "Venta-1" пролетел над латвийским объяснил Reizniece-Ozola.

 В конце прошлого года планируются другие индейцы полярной орбите ракет-носителей предоставлена возможность начать работать спутник, который весит четыре килограмма, а "Venta-1" весом 7,5 килограмма, он не подходит.  "Мы решили не снижать" Venta-1 ", поскольку эти важные эксперименты -" подключи и работай "модуль и новый" LuxSpace "Автоматическая антенна системы идентификации", сказал Reizniece-Ozola.

 Спутник "Venta-1" для морских Автоматическая идентификационная система реализации спутниковых систем, разработанных немецкими космических технологий компании "OHB-System AG».  Проект предусматривает Бременского университета, но латвийская сторона Вентспилсской высшей школы и участвует в Вентспилсе технологический парк Высокий.

 Бременского университета профессор и компании "OHB Technology AG» ученый Индулис Калниньш, который до 1989 года жил и работал в Латвии, сообщил, что спутник "Вента-1" ключ загрузки Автоматическая система идентификации получателя.  Эта система позволяет в режиме реального времени информацию о движение судов по всему миру.

 Отдельный модуль для спутника "Venta-1" станет шведская компания «MicroTec AAT», которые будут опробованы на использование американских военных технологий, разработанных "подключи и-Play", сообщил Смит.

 Спутник "Venta-1" будет три наземных станций, которые получают сигналы.  Основная земная станция будет Вентспилсский Международный центр радиоастрономической Ирбене, замена станций будет расположено в Бремене, Германия.  Планируется, что в будущем будет третий земной станции в Италии, Южный Тироль.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.03.2012 14:19:01
Планирующиеся пуски

 2012
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

28 апреля - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C19 (XL) - Шрихарикота FLP - 04:15 ЛМВ
август - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
4-й квартал - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
декабрь - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
конец года - SPOT-6 - PSLV-С22 (СА) - ПО (или 1-ый квартал 2013)
ПО - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С21 (HP) - ПО (или 2013)

На зарубежных носителях:
июль-август - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy Communications Satellite) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
 ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)
 
2013
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

апрель - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
23 ноября - Mars Mission - PSLV-(ПО) (XL) - ПО
декабрь - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
 ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), PROTIERS, CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
 ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
 ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
 ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
 2-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
 
Попутная нагрузка:
 ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО (или 2016)
 ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 
На зарубежных носителях:
 ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 20 мая - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
 3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
 декабрь - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

202?
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой

 ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО  
 2013 (ПО) - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
 2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
 2014 (ПО) - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
  ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
 2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
 2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
 2013 (ПО) - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
 2013 (ПО) - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО

 Попутная нагрузка
  ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
 ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
 КА - космический аппарат
 РКН - ракета космического назначения
 РБ - разгонный блок
 ПО - подлежит определению
 ЛМВ - летнее московское время
 ДМВ - декретное московкое время
 НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.03.2012 14:28:53
http://www.thehansindia.info/News/Article.asp?category=1&subCategory=4&ContentId=48328
ЦитатаS Korean satellites launch

Seeking to enhance space cooperation, India on Sunday offered to launch South Korean satellites. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made the offer during the wide ranging bilateral talks he had with South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak here.

"India has also offered to launch Korean satellites on Indian space launch vehicles," Singh told reporters after the talks at Lee's Presidential residence -- The Blue House. A joint statement issued after the talks said that the two leaders pledged to enhance cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space as envisaged in the MoU on cooperation between the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI).
The Korean side welcomed India's participation in the international open bidding for launching Korean satellites[/size].
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/india-offers-to-launch-south-korean-satellites/242534-3.html
ЦитатаIndia | Updated Mar 25, 2012 at 03:37pm IST
India offers to launch South Korean satellites[/size]  
Press Trust of India

Seoul: Seeking to enhance space cooperation, India on Sunday offered to launch South Korean satellites. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh made the offer during the wide ranging bilateral talks he had with South Korean President Lee Myung-Bak in Seoul.

"India has also offered to launch Korean satellites on Indian space launch vehicles," Singh told reporters after the talks at Lee's Presidential residence - The Blue House.

A joint statement issued after the talks said that the two leaders pledged to enhance cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space as envisaged in the MoU on cooperation between the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI).

"The leaders noted that the technical experts from both sides met in Bangalore, India, in March 2011 and identified priority areas of cooperation," it said.

The Korean side welcomed India's participation in the international open bidding for launching Korean satellites.

"The two leaders proposed that the concerned agencies of both countries study the possible cooperation in future space activities including launching a nano-satellite developed by Korean students on an Indian launch vehicle," the statement said.

ISRO has so far launched satellites built by Israel, Algeria, Singapore, Switzerland, Italy and the Netherlands. Prime Minister Singh and President Lee welcomed the upgrading of the Joint Committee on Science and Technology to the ministerial level as a foundation for common growth.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.04.2012 09:18:45
http://www.spacenews.com/launch/120404-india-launch-spot-sat.html
ЦитатаWed, 4 April, 2012
India To Launch Astrium's Spot 6 Earth Observation Satellite[/size]
By Peter B. de Selding

    PARIS -- India's PSLV rocket will launch the Spot 6 commercial Earth observation satellite for Astrium Services of Europe late this year under a contract announced April 3 by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).

    The 800-kilogram satellite, intended to operate from a near-polar low Earth orbit at 694 kilometers in altitude, will be accompanied on the launch by several other payloads that ISRO did not identify.

    Astrium Services is building and launching the identical Spot 6 and 7 satellites using its own funds, with no assistance -- nor any guarantee of future image purchases -- by the French government. Astrium officials have said they expect to spend about 300 million euros ($400 million) to build and launch the two spacecraft.

    Spot 7 is scheduled for launch in 2014, with a launch vehicle yet to be announced.

    Spot 6 and Spot 7 will replace the larger Spot 5 satellite, which was launched in 2002 and has been operating beyond its contracted in-orbit service life since 2008. Spot 5 has been the principal revenue generator for Astrium Geo-Information Services, the Astrium Services division that commercializes Earth observation imagery.

    Spot 6 and Spot 7 are expected to operate 180 degrees apart in low Earth orbit, much as the higher-resolution Pleiades satellites, the first of which was launched in December. The French government financed development of the two Pleiades satellites, and Astrium Geo-Information Services is commercializing Pleiades imagery.

    Spot 6 and Spot 7 will be capable of distinguishing objects of 1.5 meters in diameter in black and white, and 6 meters in color. The images will have a swath width of 60 kilometers, like the previous Spot spacecraft, but will be more agile. The satellites will be able to move the imager up to 45 degrees off nadir back and forth to capture views in front of and behind the satellite, and up to 35 degrees off nadir from side to side.

    ISRO said the agreement between Astrium and ISRO's Antrix commercial arm is part of a long-term cooperation agreement signed in September 2008. The same collaborative accord covered the construction of the Hylas 1 Ka-band broadband satellite operated by Avanti Communications of London. ISRO and Antrix built the Hylas 1 satellite structure, or bus, with Astrium providing the telecommunications payload.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 20.04.2012 15:11:46
ISRO Annual Report 2012
http://www.isro.org/pdf/AnnuaReport2012.pdf

http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.840

Цитата2012
April 28, 0015UTC- PSLV C19 (XL) FLP- RISAT-1
August - GSLV-D5 (Mk II return to flight) SLP- GSAT-14
Q4 - PSLV C20 FLP - SARAL + SAPPHIRE + NEOSSat + CanX-3b (aka TUGSAT-1) + CanX-3a (aka UniBRITE) + Max Valier + AAUSat3
December - GSLV Mk III, SLP - experimental launch
 - PSLV - SPOT-6 (French remote sensing satellite)
 
Q3 - Ariane-5 - GSAT-10 (includes Gagan)
end - foreign launcher - GSAT-7 (Navy Communications Satellite)

piggybacked on PSLV: IMS-1B
 
2013
 - PSLV FLP - IRNSS-1
April - GSLV-D6 Mk II - GSAT-6

December - GSLV Mk III, SLP - experimental launch этот пуск будет суборбитальным (РН без штатной верхней ступени)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.04.2012 16:41:24
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

26 апреля - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C19 (XL) - Шрихарикота FLP - 04:17 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

август - SPOT-6, PROITERES (ПО) - PSLV-С21 (СА) - ПО
сентябрь-октябрь - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
октябрь - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
декабрь - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО (или 2013)

На зарубежных носителях:
14 сентября - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО
конец года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО (или 1-ый квартал 2013)

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-ый квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО (или 2013)
апрель - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
23 ноября - Mars Mission - PSLV-(ПО) (XL) - ПО
декабрь - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F05 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - SRE-2, IMS-1B (ENVIRON), CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2R - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО - (или 1-ый квартал 2014)

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО (или 2016)
 ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С25 - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 
На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 20 мая - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
декабрь - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
 ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

2016
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

 ПО - Mars Mission (ПО) - GSLV-Mk III - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

202?
 Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
 ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой

 ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IAF Satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО -GISAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-6A - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-15 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - GSAT-16 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
 ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
 ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
 ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
 ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
 КА - космический аппарат
 РКН - ракета космического назначения
 РБ - разгонный блок
 ПО - подлежит определению
 ЛМВ - летнее московское время
 ДМВ - декретное московкое время
 НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Sharicoff от 01.05.2012 15:15:34
ЦитатаDedicated satellites for Indian Navy, IAF
Posted On: May 01, 2012

NEW DELHI (PTI): Armed with the capability of providing real time data from multiple sites, the dedicated communication satellites for Indian Navy and Air Force will be launched in the next two years, government told the Lok Sabha on Monday.

In a written reply to a question in the House, Defence Minister A K Antony said, "The Naval Satellite is planned to be launched in 2012-13...A dedicated communication satellite for Air Force is planned to be launched in 2013-2014."

http://brahmand.com/news/Dedicated-satellites-for-Indian-Navy-IAF/9403/1/13.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.05.2012 23:27:10
http://ibnlive.in.com/generalnewsfeed/news/isro-2-last/997577.html
ЦитатаISRO 2 LAST[/size]
PTI | 09:05 PM,May 11,2012

Two more PSLV flights were on India's launch schedule in Two more PSLV flights were on India's launch schedule in 2012. Astrium's commercial Spot 6 imaging satellite would be launched in August, and the SARAL altimetry mission developed by France and India, in October to measure global sea surface height, Radhakrishnan said. Another PSLV would deploy the first dedicated Indian navigation satellite in orbit in early 2013, he said. ISRO also plans to have GSAT-15 and GSAT-16 which would be a replica of GSAT-8 and GSAT-10, Radhakrishnan said. ISRO Satellite Centre Director T K Alex said ISRO was planning to have a six ton satellite and right now the space organisation was focusing on designing aspects. "The six ton satellite will have 48 or even 60 transponders," he said. It would take 30 to 36 months to complete "such a huge project and having six ton satellite makes economic sense", Alex said. Asked the reason for Nair not being invited for ISRO's 40-year-celebrations, Alex said the former ISRO Chairman had sent a message about his unavailability. The government has barred Nair and three other ISRO scientists from holding government posts for their alleged role in the controversial Antrix-Devas deal.[/size]
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Johannes от 13.05.2012 10:21:48
The launch of EnMAP is currently envisaged for 2015. [1] (ftp://ftp.dfd.dlr.de/put/EnMAP_WS/3rd_WS_Potsdam/ECST/enmap-nu-wrsh%202012.pdf)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.05.2012 11:46:59
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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.06.2012 07:14:54
(http://s019.radikal.ru/i620/1206/3c/c62d8f7bad22.jpg)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.06.2012 08:38:53
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

26 апреля - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C19 (XL) - Шрихарикота FLP - 04:17 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

первая половина сентября - SPOT-6, PROITERES (ПО) - PSLV-С21 (СА) - ПО
ноябрь - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
декабрь - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
14 сентября - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
осень - Max Valier - PSLV (ПО) - ПО (или Союз)

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

1-й квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО
апрель - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
2-й квартал - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk.III) - ПО
24 ноября - Mars Mission - PSLV-(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО (или 1-ый квартал 2014)

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
2-й квартал - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2014)

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-C27 - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk II) - ПО (или 2016)
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV-C29 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV-C30[/colord] - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C34 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk.III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk.III) - ПО


202?
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой

ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 5 июня
Изменения от 23 июня
Изменения от 24 июня
Изменения от 15 июля
Изменения от 25 июля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.06.2012 16:18:30
http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/man-onmission/478193/
ЦитатаNext up will be the commercial launch of a French satellite, SPOT 6, using PSLV C21 in August, and a slew of other launches including the Indian Regional Navigation System, a constellation of seven satellites that will enable India to have its own regional navigation system, the first of which should be launched in early 2013. Besides these will be a series of communication satellites such as GSAT 10, GSAT 7, GSAT 15 & 16, GSAT 7A, GSAT 6 and a meteorological satellite, INSAT 3D.

* * *
The space agency plans to have the cryogenic engine and stage ready by October for the launch of GSLV D5 in December. An experimental flight of GSLV Mark III (without the active cryogenic stage), for launching communication satellites of 4 tonne (compared to GSLV's 2.2 tonne capacity), is scheduled for the second quarter of 2013.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.06.2012 23:25:02
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/isro-mulling-hiving-off-satellite-production-to-industry_783612.html
ЦитатаOn plans for the immediate future, Radhakrishnan said ISRO was developing powerful satellites which can have more number of transponders required for a slew of applications ranging from tele-medicine to DTH services. Radhakrishnan said the recently launched GSAT-8 was a 6,000 Watt satellite and ISRO was developing a 8,000 Watt GSAT-11 which would be ready in the next two years.

"In five years time, we aim to develop a 10,000 Watt communication satellite which can accommodate 60-70 transponders," he said. GSAT-8 has 24 transponders.

The 10,000 watt satellite will also have the next generation high frequency Ka-band transponders.

ISRO has come a long way since the 1981 launch of its first Geo-Stationary Satellite 'APPLE' which had two transponder and a mission life of two years.

On the targets for this year, Radhakrishnan said ISRO will launch the heaviest foreign satellite -- the French-made SPOT-6 -- in August. This will be followed by Indo-French satellite SARAL for monitoring the environment.

Alongside, ISRO has planned key ground tests for its indigenously developed cryogenic engine for the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV).

It includes a 1,000-second endurance test for the cryogenic stage and ignition of the cryogenic engine in vacuum. "Success of these tests is a pre-condition for the December launch of the GSLV," Radhakrishnan said.

The delay in developing the GSLV means a delay in India's much touted sequel to the Chandrayaan-I moon mission. ISRO plans to land a rover on the lunar surface to study the earth's only natural satellite.

"Two successful GSLV flights are necessary before the launch of Chandrayaan-II. We do not want to take any chances," Radhakrishnan said.

This also means putting off the Mars mission at a later opportunity. Earlier, ISRO was eyeing November, 2013 for launching its mission to Mars.

"We have three opportunities --- 2013, 2016 and 2018. So, we will come to Mars after sometime," Radhakrishnan said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 15.07.2012 11:40:57
http://www.indianexpress.com/video/national/6/mission-to-mars-in-2013-isro/10969
ЦитатаMission to Mars in 2013: ISRO

Posted on Sat , 14 Jul '12

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced Mars Mission in 2013 today, which will commence on November 24 next year and will focus on life, climate and geology of the red planet. The space research body would also conduct research on other aspects like evolution and sustainability of life on the planet. ISRO has already submitted the project report to the central government for approval. The Project Director, Mylswamy Annadurai, explained the procedure of both the prominent space missions, Chandryaan-1 and Chandrayaan-2.

http://news.in.msn.com/national/india-all-set-to-give-go-ahead-for-mars-mission-1
ЦитатаSat, 14 Jul 2012 16:56:20 GMT | By PTI
India all set to give go ahead for Mars mission
Mysore: India is all set to give the go-ahead for an ambitious mission to Mars, expected in November next year, a top Space Department official said here on Saturday.

"A lot of studies have been done on the possible mission to Mars", Secretary in the Department of Space and Chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation K Radhakrishnan told reporters here.

"We have come to the last phase of approvals", he said. ."And I am sure that, maybe soon, we will be hearing an announcement on the Mars mission".According to ISRO officials, a significant amount of work on the planned Mars mission has been completed and scientific payloads have been short-listed.The project report for Indian Mars Orbiter mission has been submitted for government approval.

The mission envisages launching an Orbiter around Mars using Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-XL). The Orbiter will be placed in an orbit of 500 x 80,000 km around MARS and will have a provision to carry nearly 25 kg of scientific payloads on-board.The tentative scientific objective for the Mars mission will be to focus on life, climate, geology, origin, evolution and sustainability of life on the planet," according to ISRO.

Scientific payloads have been short-listed by ISRO's Advisory Committee for Space Sciences (ADCOS) review committee.Baseline, solar array and reflector configuration of the satellite have been finalised, the Bangalore-headquartered space agency said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 24.07.2012 19:49:04
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg932524#msg932524
ЦитатаPSLV-C21 to be launched some time after Aug-15 (India's Independence Day)

No links to provide as the news is not yet in media(will get them as and when available)

Also PSLV-C20(Saffire+SARAL+...) is also getting ready for launch on the other launch pad. Stacking operations have already begun.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.08.2012 00:56:23
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=29471.msg937476#msg937476
Цитатаinput~2 пишет:

A newspaper in Telugu indicates a September 6 launch date
(source (http://www.andhrabhoomi.net/node/39570) in Telugu)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.08.2012 10:42:50
http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/article3721690.ece
http://post.jagran.com/india-to-launch-three-satellites-next-month-1343975686

Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
26 апреля - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C19 (XL) - Шрихарикота FLP - 04:17 ЛМВ
9 сентября - SPOT-6, PROITERES, mRESINS - PSLV-С21 (СА) - 08:23 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

2012
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
12 декабря - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
29 сентября - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 ECA - 01:18 ЛМВ

2013
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
[color=violet0]февраль[/color] - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
1-й квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО
апрель-июнь - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
апрель-сентябрь - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk.III) - ПО
середина года - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С23[/color0] - ПО
24 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО (или 1-ый квартал 2014)

На зарубежных носителях:
январь - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО
2-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2014)

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM- PSLV-C27 - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV-C29 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV-C30 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО

2015
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C34 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk.III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk.III) - ПО


202?
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
ПО - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

C неопределённой датой

ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.08.2012 17:50:47
http://www.thehansindia.info/News/Article.asp?category=1&subCategory=3&ContentId=80489
ЦитатаSHAR to launch 3 satellites on Sept 9

Sriharikota: Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR at Sriharikota will launch three satellites atop the home-grown Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C21) on September 9. It will see the commercial launch of two satellites belonging to France and Japan. The third one belongs to India - a 50 kg Mini Redent Strapon Inertial Navigation System satellite.

This was disclosed by SHAR Director M C Dattan on Wednesday. He said while the French satellite is a 720 SPOT 6 one, the Japanese is a 15-kg Proiteres type. The launch will take place at the first launch pad of the spaceport here at 9.50 am on September 9.

Dattan said that scientists from Japan and France had already arrived to take part in mounting the satellites on the rocket.

He said the PSLV-C20 rocket would be launched in November. It would carry a 410-kg Saral satellite of the remote sensing system - an Indo-French initiative - using PSLV-C20 rocket. It will also put in orbit satellites from Canada, Austria and Denmark countries.
Early next year, ISRO will launch GSAT-14 satellite.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 31.08.2012 13:10:16
Индонезия построила спутник, который будет запущен в 2013 году
ЦитатаБАЛИ (Индонезия), 31 авг - РИА Новости, Михаил Цыганов. Национальный институт аэронавтики и космоса Индонезии (LAPAN) завершил работы по созданию первого самостоятельно произведенного в стране спутника, который будет запущен в следующем году с индийского космодрома Шрихарикота на одноименном острове в Бенгальском заливе, сообщает в пятницу газета Jakarta Globe.

Главной задачей космического аппарата весом в 78 килограммов, получившего название Lapan A2, станет наблюдение за движением судов в десятках морей крупнейшего в мире Индонезийского архипелага, говорится в официальном заявлении Института.

"Lapan A2 является индонезийским достижением в разработке космических технологий, которое следует за созданием первого индонезийского спутника Lapan-Tubsat, который работает успешно", - говорится в документе.

Запущенный Индией в 2007 году Lapan-Tubsat был полностью разработан специалистами индонезийского института, однако работы по его строительству выполнялись совместно с германским Technische Universitat Berlin.

"На сей раз он (Lapan A2) был полностью построен в Центре спутниковых технологий Института в Ранчабунгуре (Богор, Западная Ява)", - говорится в заявлении Lapan.

Имеющий более чувствительные сенсоры по сравнению со своим предшественником спутник планируется вывести на экваториальную орбиту на высоте в 650 километров, на которой он будет проходить над индонезийской территорией по диагонали 14 раз в сутки.
http://ria.ru/science/20120831/734071044.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.09.2012 10:07:13
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/isro-to-launch-met-satellite-by-2013_798164.html

ISRO to launch met satellite by 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, September 06, 2012, 20:03

ISRO to launch met satellite by 2013 New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is planning to launch a meteorological satellite by 2013 to monitor atmospheric characteristics, parliament was informed Thursday.

"ISRO is planning to launch INSAT-3D to monitor atmospheric characteristics like cloud motion winds, vertical profiles of humidity and temperature, total precipitable water, sea surface temperature over Indian Ocean and outgoing radiation," Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office V. Narayanasamy told the Rajya Sabha.

"The data obtained from this satellite along with ground based observations would help to derive information about climatic conditions, including rain," he said.

IANS
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.09.2012 19:20:01
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/et-cetera/isro-to-launch-indo-french-satellite-saral-on-12-12-12/articleshow/16367164.cms

12 Sep, 2012, 04.50PM IST, PTI
ISRO to launch Indo-French satellite SARAL on 12-12-12

 Indo-French satellite "SARAL" would be launched onboard PSLV-C20 from the spaceport of Sriharikota on December 12,ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan said
 BANGALORE: Indo-French satellite "SARAL" would be launched onboard PSLV-C20 from the spaceport of Sriharikota on December 12, this year, Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K Radhakrishnan said today.

 "PSLV-C20 will be assembled in about 25 days in Sriharikota and the satellite will be launched on December 12, 2012. As somebody said it's 12-12-12 (launch date)," he said at the Bangalore Space Expo 2012 here.

 Radhakrishnan also said the European space consortium Arianespace would launch India's GSAT-10 communication satellite from Kourou in French Guiana at 2.30 AM (Indian time) on September 22.

 ISRO officials said SARAL is a small satellite mission with payloads -- Argos and Altika -- from French space agency CNES for study of ocean parameters towards enhancing the understanding of the ocean state conditions which are otherwise not covered by the in-situ measurements.

 The satellite has been built by ISRO, which would also take care of the launch services.

 SARAL will provide data products to operational and research user communities, in support of marine meteorology and sea state forecasting; operational oceanography; seasonal forecasting; climate monitoring; ocean, earth system and climate research, the officials said.

Referring to the GSAT-10 communication satellite, Radhakrishnan said, "We are going to French Guiana for the launch because the satellite weighs 3.4 tonnes which cannot be lifted by any of our vehicles -- PSLV or GSLV."

 Officials said GSAT-10 would carry 30 transponders, including 12 in Ku band, along with a GAGAN (GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation) payload. GSAT-10 is a Rs 750 crore mission, including launch services cost.

 GSAT-10, which will have a minimum operational life of 15 years, is envisaged to augment the growing need for transponders and provide communication services and augment the existing ones.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 16.09.2012 01:30:55
http://ibnlive.in.com/news/isro-chief-raises-stakes-for-space-industry-players/290993-60-115.html

" Following this, the launch of Saral navigational satellite with PSLV C20 has been scheduled to take place on December 12.

 The assembly of the satellite will be done in 25 days at Sriharikota, he said.

 "GSAT 7 and INSAT 3 satellites have undergone successful space simulation tests and are going to be launched next year.

 The much-awaited GSLV D5 is in the engineering stage.

 It could be launched in January or February next year.

 The GSAT 40 communication satellite will also be ready," Radhakrishnan said.

 Radhakrishnan added that tests and characterizing of the vehicles' performance in difficult atmospheric conditions without active cryogenic phase would happen in the second or third quarter of 2013
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.10.2012 00:18:01
Состоявшиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время
26 апреля - RISAT-1 - PSLV-C19 (XL) - Шрихарикота FLP - 04:17 ЛМВ
9 сентября - SPOT-6, PROITERES, mRESINS - PSLV-С21 (СА) - 08:23 ЛМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
29 сентября - GSAT-10P, Gagan - Ariane 5 ECA - 01:18 ЛМВ

Планирующиеся пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

2013

 декабря 12 28 января - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
февраль - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
1-й квартал - IRNSS-1 - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО
апрель -июнь - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
апрель-сентябрь - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk.III) - ПО
середина года - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С23 - ПО
середина года - SPOT-7 - PSLV-С24 (СА)
24 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО (или 1-ый квартал 2014)

На зарубежных носителях:
январь 2-й квартал - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО
2-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2014)

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

2014

midyear - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C27 - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV-C29 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV-C30 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО

2015

3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016

ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C34 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk.III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017

ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk.III) - ПО

C неопределённой датой

ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО


На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 30 сентября
Изменения от 12 октября
Изменения от 4 ноября
Изменения от 16 ноября
Изменения от 29 ноября
Изменения от 7 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: instml от 15.11.2012 21:21:32
Launch of Canadian Satellites by India Delayed Until January

In yet another delay, SpaceRef has learned that the launch of two important government satellites, NEOSSat and Sapphire along with two university built nanosatellites has been postponed from its December 12th launch date to January 12th. No reason has been released publicly for the delay.
The satellites are part of a secondary payload set to launch on India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C20 with the joint Indo-French SARAL satellite as the primary payload.
NEOSSat (https://forum.spaceref.com/showthread.php?124-NEOSSat-the-Micro-Surveillance-Satellite&highlight=neossat) will be the first space telescope dedicated to the search for near-Earth asteroids. NEOSSat is the result of a university-industry collaboration and will spend half the time looking for these small interplanetary objects that could potentially impact the Earth and cause great damage. NEOSSat will spend the other half of its time searching for satellites and space debris in orbit around the Earth in a research project sponsored by a DND agency, Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC).
Sapphire (http://spaceref.ca/military-space/sapphire-canadas-first-military-satellite.html) is the Department of National Defence (DND) first dedicated military satellite and will upgrade Canada's space surveillance capabilities.
Also launching on the PSLV-C20 rocket are the Canadian built CanX-3b (aka TUGSAT-1) and CanX-3a (aka UniBRITE) nanosatellites. Both of these nanosatellites we're built by the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies Space Flight Laboratory (http://www.utias-sfl.net/nanosatellites/CanXProgram.html).

http://spaceref.ca/isro/launch-of-canadian-satellites-by-india-delayed-until-january.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.11.2012 02:39:44
http://www.space.aau.dk/aausat3/index.php?n=Main.LaunchInformation
ЦитатаAAUSAT3

Launch Information

... counting down for launch

Latest news is launch 28. January 2013

More information when available

We will be lifted up in orbit by ISRO's polar launch vehicle PSLV C-20
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.11.2012 22:04:44
http://www.space-travel.com/reports/Failure_Of_IndiaS_Big_Rocket_Project_Is_Symbolic_Of_Deep_Structural_Problems_999.html
ЦитатаFailure Of India's Big Rocket Project Is Symbolic Of Deep Structural Problems
by Sumantra Maitra
New Delhi, India (SPX) Nov 25, 2012

The ongoing "Asia Pivot" by United States is rapidly changing the regional dynamics of the Indo - Pacific region, and nowhere is it more visible than the sphere of cooperation in defence and space research.

Recently Canadian and Australian defence co-operation and ties with India reached unprecedented highs, a chain of event termed as the "Rise of the Anglosphere" by historian Walter Russell Mead.

However, the successive failure of Indian GSLV missions, combined with India's stubborn secrecy and fierce independence in the space sector is giving rise to doubts about the scope of further future co-operations.

Although the failure of this signature launching vehicle is attributed to technical glitches, it is highly symbolic of the greater lack of clarity, purpose and direction in the Indian space program.

The Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) was originally intended to be India's signature launching vehicle, eventually to launch India's INSAT type satellites, and reduce dependence on foreign rockets.

In the early nineties, with the collapse of the Soviet Union, India was forced to develop independent launching vehicles. India originally tried to buy the technology to build a cryogenic upper stage fr om Russia, but was denied, under pressure from United States and other Western countries.

With the development of indigenous Cryogenic engine, India became the sixth country in the World to posses the technology, which could be potentially used for civilian and military purposes.

Indian GSLV generally uses L40 liquid strap on boosters and old Soviet KVD 1 upper stage. But even though Indian military and ballistic missile programs were successful, as recently evident with the successful launch of Agni V ICBM, its civilian rocket and space program were mediocre at best.

The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), a launcher vehicle used previously to launch civilian satellites was used as a model of GSLV programs, but it was not successful. Multiple versions of GSLV were launched in the last decade, with more than half of them failing due to technical difficulties. A brief stint of success in 2003- 04 was followed by successive failures.

The vehicle failed to reach orbit, lost control of liquid fuel booster, veered of designated trajectory and had to be destroyed over the Bay of Bengal, or failed to deliver payload in the last four missions. With an unprecedented failure rate, GSLV is gradually on its way to be the costliest misadventure of Indian strategic and space sector. The eighth launch is scheduled in 2013.

The causes of these failures are minor, according to the official bureaucratic rhetoric, and were attributed to minor technical malfunctions. There was no clear response to queries as to why five out of seven launches have resulted in total or partial failure.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is also secretive and tightlipped about capability and weight of the satellites and why India is still unsuccessful in launching communication satellites more than 3000 KG, 36 Transponder class, wh ereas the nearby competitors like Japan and China, not to mention USA, Russia and European Space Agency have already moved on to triple that size.

There is no clarity and accountability when it comes to tax payer's money spent on space research, and no heads roll even when there are repeated failures. The lack of purpose is also evident as India lacks fixed and dedicated plan in the Space sector.

In an interview earlier this year, Dr. K, Radhakrishnan, chairman of ISRO, stated that India's main concern and thrust is in the area of applications and not manned space flights and space stations, unlike Russia, US or China. India with its massive population and democratic set up needs more communication satellite to cater to domestic needs, unlike China which is heavily centralized and controlled.

However that argument and logic falls flat as India is already planning for its second lunar mission in early 2014, Chandrayaan 2, and possibly a manned space mission by 2017.

In January 2011, the U.S. officially removed export controls on several subsidiaries of India's Defense Research and Development Organization and the ISRO. It was a clear signal that the United States would like to chart a new future of space co-operation with India.

American think tank Heritage Foundation also published a report around same time, calling for enhanced space and missile defence co-operation between India, Australia and United States, including satellite defence and interceptors, theatre based missile defence and most importantly future co-operation and joint space programs. However there seems to be lukewarm response and enthusiasm from the Indian side.

India's notorious reliance on Russian hardware is also a major hindrance when it comes to further cooperation with the West. Only with the benefit of hindsight would we be able to determine the trajectory of India's space co-operation with the West, or whether it takes any specific direction, but at this present point of time, it is safe to assume, that without any clear plan, or white paper, India's current space prospects are quite grim, and will continue in the chaotic and headless way for the near foreseeable future.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.12.2012 23:51:54
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/pune/GSLVs-next-launch-in-April-Veeraraghavan/articleshow/17513768.cms
ЦитатаGSLV's next launch in April: Veeraraghavan
TNN | Dec 7, 2012, 03.35 AM IST

PUNE: Director of Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) P S Veeraraghavan has said that the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is well on course to launching its GSLV space mission with indigenously built cryogenic engine in April 2013.

"Most of the systems for the launch are ready and we are now into the final leg of certain tests, which will validate the mission involving indigenous cryogenic engine," Veeraraghavan told reporters on the sidelines of a seminar on 'Aerospace and related mechanisms' here on Thursday. The Thiruvananthapuram-based VSSC is the lead centre of ISRO for development of satellite launch vehicles and associated technologies.

The GSLV mission's first flight, 'D3', using ISRO designed and built cryogenic engine, had failed in April 2010 due to the malfunctioning of fuel booster turbo pump. The launch vehicle was carrying a 2,200 kg GSAT-4 payload.

"We did a thorough analysis of the D3 flight and identified the reasons behind its failure," Veeraraghavan said. "The analysis called for a redesign of certain components in the cryogenic propulsion system and the same has now been addressed and is being put through multiple testing," he said.

"Most tests have been completed except for the high altitude test, which validates the mission of our cryogenic engine. We hope to complete this and launch the GSLV mission by April 2013," Veeraraghavan said.

Asked about the Chandrayaan-2 lunar mission, Veeraraghavan said, "The immediate focus is on the launch of the Mars Orbiter Mission that is expected to happen in October/November 2013. We have to ensure that the launch happens by the targeted slot. Otherwise, we won't get a slot for another two years," he said. India plans to send a spaceship near Mars and collect important scientific information as part of the orbiter mission.

He said, "Chandrayaan-2, which is a joint programme with the Russian Federal Space Agency, has been delayed due to some major reversals suffered by Russia in their launch vehicles, including their mission to Mars, last year. The Russians have decided that they will give a lander, which is the most complex of the Chandrayaan-2 elements, only after flying the same at least once."

Initial plans chalked out under the joint programme, provided for the launch of Chandrayaan-2 by using a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV), in 2014. It includes a lunar orbiter and a lunar rover to be made by the ISRO centres and a lander built by the Russian space agency.

The mission will use and test various new technologies and conduct new experiments. The wheeled rover will move on the lunar surface and will pick up soil or rock samples for on-site chemical analysis. The data will be sent to earth through the Chandrayaan-2 orbiter.

Veeraraghavan said, "Developing high temperature thermal protection system; new materials with lower weights, higher strength, guidance and control; and air-breathing propulsion system are major challenges in the efforts to reduce the cost of launching a space mission. For now, the cost of launching 1 kg of payload into an orbit is $ 20,000 and very few countries can afford that."

He said, "Ongoing efforts in the US, Europe and India are aimed at reducing this cost initially to $ 2,000 per kg payload and eventually to $ 200 per kg payload. This requires good quality high temperature thermal protection system, particularly for situations like a hypersonic re-entry where the material has to take very high temperature and load."

"The VSSC is working on the next variant of GSLV Mark III launch vehicles that will make India totally self-reliant in the area of launch vehicles, Veeraraghavan said. The centre is further working on development of resusable launch vehicles that can deliver a spacecraft into the orbit and return for a repeat use. This will bring down the cost of space transport."

Nearly 450 delegates from premier research labs, defence and academic organizations and industry are participating in the seminar that will address some of the current issues related to aerospace mechanisms that are critical for satellite launch vehicles, spacecraft, missiles and combat aircraft, among others. The Armament Research and Development Establishment (ARDE) is hosting the event, organized by the Indian National Society for Aerospace and Related Mechanisms (INSARM).

Baba Kalyani, chairman and managing director of Bharat Forge; Prahalada, vice-chancellor of the Defence Institute of Advanced Technology; George Koshy, national president of INSARM; Anil Datar, director of ARDE and several other prominent persons were present on the occasion.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2012 06:40:24
http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=90497
ЦитатаDepartment of Space12-December, 2012 17:57 IST

Missions Planned by ISRO

The missions planned by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in the next one year include - 3 Polar Satellite Launch Vehicles, 1 Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, 2 Communication Satellites, 1 Earth Observation (Ocean) Satellite, 1 Meteorological Satellite, 1 Navigation Satellite and Mars orbiter.

ISRO is planning to accomplish Eight missions by September 2013 which include - (i) 2 Polar Satellite Launch Vehicles (C20, C22); (ii) 1 Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (D5); (iii) 2 Communication Satellites (GSAT-7, GSAT-14); (iv) 1 Earth Observation (Ocean) Satellite (SARAL); (v) 1 Meteorological Satellite (INSAT-3D); (vi) 1 Navigation Satellite (IRNSS-1A). Two (2) missions, which include PSLV-C25 and Mars Orbiter, are planned for October 2013.

The above information was given by the Minister of State in the Ministry Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions and in the Prime Minister's Office, Shri V. Narayanasamy to the Parliament.

MC/sk
(Release ID :90497)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2012 07:18:14
Планирующиеся пуски
 
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

2013

28 января 4-6 11 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - ПО
февраль апрель - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
1-й квартал май - IRNSS-1A - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО
25 октября 24 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО
апрель-сентябрь конец года - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk.III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2-й квартал - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО
2-й квартал - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО

2014
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С23 - ПО
ПО - SPOT-7 - PSLV-С24 (СА)
ПО - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-(ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - BRITE-PL 2 - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО

2015
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C27 - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV-C29 - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C32 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C34 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk.III) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV-C30 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV-C33 - ПО


На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk.III) - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 22 декабря
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Изменения от 2 января
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.01.2013 23:09:39
http://www.idsa.in/idsacomments/TheIndianSpaceProgrammein2012_rrao_020113
ЦитатаThe Indian Space Programme in 2012: A Review

Radhakrishna Rao

January 2, 2013

By all means, 2012 can be considered a watershed year for the Indian space programme. The programme had begun modestly in November 1963 with the launch of a 9-kg sounding rocket from a modest facility in the fishing hamlet of Thumba on the outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram. 2012 saw the 100th space mission of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). On September 9, 2012, the four stage workhorse PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) orbited the 720-kg French remote sensing satellite Spot-6 along with the 15-kg Japanese Proiteres probe as a piggy back payload on commercial terms, and in the process helped ISRO complete the saga of a "space century". The significance of the mission lay in the fact that the PSLV, considered a highly reliable space vehicle, launched the heaviest ever satellite of an international customer on commercial terms.

The PSLV has so far launched 29 satellites for international customers on commercial terms. Its versatility lies in the fact that it can launch satellites into a variety of orbits. But then ISRO's continued dependence on a single operational launch vehicle in the form of the PSLV implies that heavier class home grown INSAT/GSAT series of communications satellites are hoisted into space by means of procured launch services. Not surprisingly then the 3,400-kg GSAT-10 satellite carrying 30 communications transponders and a payload designed to support the Gagan satellite based, civilian aircraft navigation and management system was launched by the Araine-5 vehicle in September 2012. The continued dependence on Ariane-5 for deploying the heavier class Indian communications satellites not only implies a huge foreign exchange outgo but also makes for a far from sound strategic approach. For, in the context of the rapidly shifting global geopolitical dynamics, the timely accessibility to a procured launch service could become a difficult and challenging proposition in the years ahead.

Indeed, the failure of ISRO to qualify the home grown cryogenic engine stage, meant to power the three-stage Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV), has forced India to go in for commercial launch services to get its heavier class communications satellites off the ground. The long delay in mastering the complexities of the cryogenic propulsion system based on liquid hydrogen/liquid oxygen mix implies that there are serious challenges ahead in putting in operational mode the GSLV-MKII capable of placing a 2.5-tonne class satellite and the high performance GSLV-MKIII capable of deploying a 4-tonne class satellite into geosynchronous transfer orbits. The failure of the two GSLV missions during 2010--one with a home grown upper cryogenic stage and the other with a Russian origin cryogenic engine stage--proved to be a setback for the Indian launch vehicle development programme.

Though ISRO had planned a GSLV-MKII launch with an indigenous upper cryogenic stage during 2012, it stood postponed to 2013. The qualification of a 400-tonne plus GSLV is critical for ISRO to sustain some of its high profile projects including the Chandrayaan-II mission slated for take off sometime during the middle of this decade. The Chandrayaan-II mission to the moon, which would feature an Indian orbiter and rover and a Russian lander, is a follow up to India's maiden lunar probe Chandrayaan-1 launched in 2008.

Nevertheless, the successful launch of India's fully home grown microwave earth imaging satellite RISAT-1 by means of a PSLV flight in April 2012 stood out as a sort of achievement for ISRO. For, very few countries have built up the technological expertise to engineer an all weather remote sensing satellite like RISAT-1, which is capable of collecting data even under conditions of cloud, darkness, haze and dust storm. RISAT-1 can be harnessed for both civilian and defence applications. It can be used for disaster prediction and monitoring agricultural dynamics as well as for surveillance by the armed forces.

Though ISRO had hinted at a couple of space missions from the space port in Sriharikota island on India's eastern coast before the end of 2012, these did not materialize. In particular, the launch of the Indo-French research satellite Saral by means of the core alone version of PSLV--without the usual six strap on boosters attached to the first stage--originally planned for the end of 2012 was postponed to the first quarter of 2013. ISRO has cited technical glitches as the reason for the postponement of this space mission. The 400-kg Saral built at the ISRO Satellite Centre in Bangalore is designed to monitor the circulation of oceanic currents and measurement of sea surface heights. This PSLV mission will also launch five small payloads of international customers on commercial terms.

ISRO also plans to launch the first of the seven satellites constituting the space segment of the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) by means of a PSLV flight sometime in 2013. IRNSS makes for great strategic sense as it would free India from its dependence on the American GPS system whose specialized services at times are difficult to access. The Indian defence forces would stand to benefit from IRNSS for purposes ranging from location identification to launching precision weapons including long range missiles with a high degree of accuracy.

However, the highpoint of ISRO's march into space would be the plan to launch India's Mars probe in November 2013 when the earth moves closest to the Red planet. This is the earliest launch window available for the Indian Mars probe. The launch of the Indian Mars orbiter by means of an augmented version of the PSLV would make India the sixth country in the world to send a mission to the Red Planet. The Indian Mars mission will focus on life, climate, geology, origin, evolution and sustainability of life forms on the planet. ISRO considers the Rs. 4500-million Indian Mars probe, to be called Mangalyaan, as a major technology build up exercise for accelerating India's forays into deep space. After the accomplishment of the Mars mission, ISRO plans to send probes to Venus and the asteroid belt.

But then India's much talked of plan for a human space mission, which is yet to receive final clearance from the Government of India, has been kept in the backburner. Even as ISRO has done some preliminary ground work for identifying the cutting edge technologies for this high profile project, the country is yet to build up "the infrastructure and capability" robust enough for this "complex and challenging mission." According to ISRO Chairman K. Radhakrishnan, "A human space flight is a complex mission requiring a host of things such as a heavy rocket, re-entry vehicle, space capsule, space suit, environmental control, life support system and an escape system for the crew... As of now, we don't have a programme to launch a human space flight over the next five years."

In the ultimate analysis, both the planetary missions and human flight represent a dilution of the original philosophy with which the Indian space programme took off. In the late 1960s, Dr. Vikram Sarabhai, the architect of the Indian space programme, had elaborated:

    "There are some who question the relevance of space activities in a developing nation. To us, there is no ambiguity of purpose. We do not have the fantasy of competing with the economically advanced nations in the exploration of the moon or the planets or manned spaceflight. But we are convinced that if we are to play a meaningful role nationally, and in the comity of nations, we must be second to none in the application of advanced technologies to the real problems of man and society."

In this context, ISRO points out that the societal commitment of the Indian space programme continues to be in an expansion mode even as efforts are on for forays into deep space.

In the context of fast expanding space missions resulting in a growing constellation of satellites, there is a concern in India over the safety of its space assets. This concern assumed serious dimensions in early 2007 when China successfully carried out an anti-satellite test followed by a well conceived plan for mastering the techniques of a full fledged space war. Of course, both ISRO and DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organisation) have made it clear that India has all the resources required to engineer an anti-satellite system to take on a "rogue satellite". In the aftermath of the successful flight test of India's long range Agni-V missile in April 2012, DRDO chief V.K. Saraswat had noted that the "Agni-V launch has opened a new era. Apart from adding a new dimension to our strategic defence, it has ushered in fantastic opportunities in building anti satellite weapons."

By all means India's space weaponization programme, the realization of which is subject to the approval of the political leadership of the county, would stand to benefit enormously from the technological advances made by ISRO and DRDO. Not long ago, India's Defence Minister A.K. Antony had wondered as to how long India would "remain committed to the policy of the non weaponization of space even as counter space systems are emerging in India's neighbourhood (read China)."But then India, which is officially committed to the peaceful uses of outer space, will find it difficult to go ahead with plans for developing the building blocks for engaging in a full fledged space war.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.01.2013 23:15:22
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апрель 13 мая - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (MkII) - ПО
май июнь - IRNSS-1A - PSLV-С22 (HP) - ПО
25 октября - Mangalyaan (Mars Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2-й квартал май-июнь июль - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 / Soyuz ST - ПО
2-й квартал середина года - INSAT 3D - ПО - ПО (или вторая половина года)

2014
конец 2013 начало года - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk.III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
апрель - IRNSS-2 - PSLV-С23 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-3 - PSLV-С24 (HP) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С26 - ПО
ПО - SPOT-7 - PSLV-(ПО) (СА)

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО

2015
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk II) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C27 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-4 - PSLV-C28 (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-5 - PSLV-C29 - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C32 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
ПО - IRNSS-6 - PSLV-C30 - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV-C33 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-7 - PSLV-C34 - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (MkII) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk.III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk.III) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (MkII) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk.II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 - PSLV (ПО) (HP) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme- GSLV MkII - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - GSLV Mk.III (ПО) - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 19 января
Изменения от 31 января
Изменения от 5 февраля
Изменения от 14 февраля
Изменения от 25 февраля
Изменения от 17 марта
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.02.2013 01:10:07
http://pib.nic.in/newsite/erelease.aspx?relid=91814
ЦитатаPress Information Bureau of India

Department of Space24-January, 2013 18:13 IST

    Space Missions

                                    The Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) has submitted a plan for 58 space missions to be undertaken as a part of 12th Five Year Plan, 2012-17.

    A Plan outlay of Rs. 39,750 crore Five Year Plan period has been provisionally earmarked under the Plan budget for Space Programme.  During the current year 2012-13, a sum of Rs. 5,615 crore has been allocated and the amount spent up to End October, 2012 is Rs.1,871.53 crore.

    The Missions planned for 12th Five Year plan also encompasses 33 Satellite missions and 25 Launch Vehicles missions.  The details and the objectives of each mission are as under:

    Sl No   Mission      Objective
    SATELLITE MISSIONS        
    1   SARAL   Satellite with Argos and Altimeter for Oceanography studies.    
    2   CARTOSAT-2C   High resolution Cartography satellite for mapping applications for special users.  
    3   CARTOSAT-2D      
    4   RESOURCESAT-2A   Satellite for Natural Resource Survey applications.    
    5   OCEANSAT-3   Satellite for Ocean and Coastal studies.  
    6   CARTOSAT-3   Advanced very high resolution cartography satellite.    
    7   GISAT   Geo Imaging Satellite for monitoring and Disaster Management applications.    
    8   GSAT-9   Communication satellite to augment the INSAT system with C band Transponders  
    9   GSAT-10   Communication satellites to augment the INSAT system with C and Ku band Transponders    
    10   GSAT-15      
    11   GSAT-16      
    12   GSAT-17      
    13   GSAT-18      
    14   GSAT-14   Experimental Communication Satellites  
    15   GSAT-11S      
    16   GSAT-6   Multi-media Mobile communication satellites for strategic applications.    
    17   GSAT-6A      
    18   GSAT-7   Communication satellite for special users.    
    19   GSAT-Ka   Advanced Ka band satellite for VSAT communications.    
    20   GSAT-11      
    21   GSAT-19E   New generation experimental communication satellite.    
    22   INSAT-3D   Advanced Meteorological Satellite  
    23   IRNSS-1   Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS) for satellite based positioning services - The constellation consists of Seven IRNSS satellites.    
    24   IRNSS-2      
    25   IRNSS-3      
    26   IRNSS-4      
    27   IRNSS-5      
    28   IRNSS-6      
    29   IRNSS-7      
    30   ASTROSAT   Multi-wavelength Space Astronomy Observatory for scientific investigations.    
    Sl No   Mission   Objective  
    31   MARS ORBITER   Technological mission to reach Martian orbit and studying the surface and atmospheric features of Mars.  
    32   CHANDRAYAAN-2   Scientific investigations of Lunar surface with in-situ measurements.    
    33   ADITYA   Scientific Satellite for study of Sun and Solar Corona phenomena.    
    LAUNCH VEHICLE MISSIONS        
    34   PSLV - C20   Launching of SARAL Satellite into Polar Orbit.  
    35   PSLV - C 21   Launching of French satellite SPOT-6 on commercial basis.  
    36   PSLV - C22   For launching of IRNSS-1 satellite.  
    37   PSLV - C23   For launching of IRNSS-2 satellite  
    38   PSLV - C24   For launching of IRNSS-3 satellite  
    39   PSLV - C25   For launching of MARS orbiter.    
    40   PSLV - C26   For launching of Astrosat into near earth orbit.    
    41   PSLV - C27   For launching of Cartosat-2C into Polar orbit.  
    42   PSLV - C28   For launching of IRNSS-4 satellite.  
    43   PSLV - C29   For launching of IRNSS-5 satellite.  
    44   PSLV - C30   For launching of IRNSS-6 satellite.  
    45   PSLV - C31   For launching of Resourcesat-2A into polar orbit.  
    46   PSLV - C32   For launching of Cartosat-2D in to polar orbit.    
    47   PSLV - C33   Commercial Launch Service    
    48   PSLV - C34   For launching of IRNSS-7 satellite.  
    49   PSLV - C35   For launching of Oceansat-3 satellite into polar orbit.  
    50   PSLV- C36   For launching of Cartosat-3 satellite into Polar orbit.  
    51   GSLV - D5   Development flight with indigenous cryogenic stage for launching GSAT-14satellite.  
    52   GSLV - D6   For launching of GSAT-6 into Geosynchronous transfer orbit.    
    53   GSLV - F8   For launching of Chandrayaan-2    
    54   GSLV - F09   For launching of GSAT-9 communication satellite.    
    55   GSLV - F10   For launching of GISAT satellite into Geosynchronous transfer orbit.  
    56   GSLV - F11   For launching of GSAT-6A satellite.  
    57   GSLV - Mk III-X1   Experimental test flight.  
    58   GSLV - Mk III D1   First developmental flight of GSLV Mk III for launching GSAT-19E satellite
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.03.2013 20:27:45
http://www.isro.org/pdf/Annual%20Report%202012-13.pdf
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Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2013

2-я неделя 11 июня - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (HP XL) - 23:31
13 мая второе полугодие конец июля-август - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - ПО
22 25 октября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
июль - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) / Soyuz ST - 22:53:51
середина года - GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - ПО - ПО (или вторая половина года)

2014
январь начало года - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
апрель - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С23 (HP XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С24 (HP XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С26 - ПО
2015 ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C27 - ПО
2015 ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C28 (HP XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ESTCube-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C29 (XL)- ПО
июнь-июль 2016 - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
2016 ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C30 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C31 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C32 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2014 ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV-C33 - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C35 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-8 R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-9 R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-10 R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-11 R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 24 марта
Изменения от 2 апреля
Изменения от 9 апреля
Изменения от 23 апреля
Изменения от 28 апреля
Изменения от 18 мая
Изменения от 20 мая
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 09.04.2013 22:23:45
http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/india-to-test-fly-heaviest-rocket-next-year-isro-113040900540_1.html
ЦитатаIndia to test fly heaviest rocket next year: ISRO

India's heaviest rocket ever is expected to take to the sky next January on an experimental flight whose later versions could be used to send humans on space missions.

The mainstay of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III) would be to put in orbit communication satellites weighing between four and five tonnes, thus packing more transponders per launch.

"We are targetting an experimental flight of GSLV-Mk III in January 2014," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman K Radhakrishnan told reporters after a public lecture at the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) here.

This will also be a first time that ISRO scientists would undertake an experimental flight of a launch vehicle which would fall into the sea after reaching a height of 120 km.

"We have been simulating the flight using computers. But there are certain tests that cannot be carried out on the ground. We will test the rocket in a cost effective manner," GSLV-Mk III's project director S Somnath said.

He said ISRO engineers have planned to take some 2,000 measurements during the experimental flight of the GSLV-Mk III, which would weigh 640 tonnes at lift-off, making it the heaviest rocket built in the country.

"All the 2000 measurements during the flight would be telemetered down to the ground station. We will analyse them. This will enable us to have full knowledge of the flight," Somnath said.

The new rocket, which can put a four tonne satellite in orbit, will help Antrix Corporation, ISRO's commercial arm, to offer cheapest space launches in the niche market.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.04.2013 00:05:31
http://www.indianexpress.com/news/fresh-gslv-launch-attempt-in-july/1099987/
ЦитатаFresh GSLV launch attempt in July
Amitabh Sinha : New Delhi, Wed Apr 10 2013, 03:48 hrs

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will make a fresh attempt at launching the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV), the last two flights of which have ended in failure, in July this year, ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said on Tuesday.

The GSLV will carry a communication satellite GSAT-14 to be put into the space.

GSLV is the second satellite launch vehicle developed by ISRO, the other one being PSLV, or Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, which has just completed the 22nd successful launch in a row. The GSLV has been less lucky, with four of its 10 attempted flights, ending in failure.

"GSLV is an excellent vehicle, a beautiful vehicle. As compared to the PSLV, it is much less complex, except for one stage. It is far simpler to handle, though it has a large number of control components," Radhakrishnan said at a public lecture at the Indian National Science Academy.

The GSLV to be launched in July will be run on an indigenous cryogenic engine. Its assembly has started at Sriharikota facility on January 31, Radhakrishnan said. The cryogenic stage is being integrated and one more test is planned to be conducted later this month.

Radhakrishnan said the next generation of the GSLV, called GSLV-Mark III, which is expected to revolutionise India's space capabilities, would be launched in January next year. The GSLV-Mk III would be the heaviest Indian rocket to fly off, and would be capable of putting large satellites, weighing up to 5 tonne, into space. The present GSLV can carry up to 2.5 tonne.

GSLV-Mk III is also planned to be used for human space flights in future. "We are targeting an experimental flight of the GSLV-Mk III in January. Further development will happen after that," Radhakrishnan said.

The project director of GSLV-Mk III, S Somnath, said simulation of the flight were being done. "But there are certain tests that cannot be performed on the ground. So an experimental launch is required," he said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 10.04.2013 00:25:30
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/325039/indias-first-manned-space-flight.html
ЦитатаIndia's first manned space flight trial in 2015
New Delhi, April 9, 2013, DHNS:

The first flight of ISRO's new and powerful rocket that will be able to carry an Indian to space, is expected to take place by the middle of 2015.

Known as the Geostationary satellite launch vehicle (GSLV) Mark-III, this is the heavy-duty rocket, which Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will use to send an Indian astronaut to the space. Doing the same with commercial foreign rockets, would be very expensive.

"GSLV Mk-III will have a payload of 6-10 tonnes and can take an Indian astronaut to a low earth orbit," ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said at the Indian National Science Academy here on Tuesday.

Sending a man to the moon is not on ISRO's immediate agenda because the rocket has to carry a load of 35 tonnes up to the lunar orbit.

"For comparison, Chandrayan-I weighs only 1.8 tonnes. Such kind of up-scaling in rocket's capability is needed. The cost for such a mission will be very high," he said.
But a manned space flight to a low earth orbit (upwards of 160 km to few hundreds of km) is on the space agency's radar. Except USA'a Apollo missions to moon, all other manned space flights took place in these zones. The international space station moves at an altitude between 330 and 435 km.

However, because of a series of failure in the GSLV flights, space scientists have now planned to do an experimental test flight of the GSLV Mk-III in, January 2014 without the crucial cryogenic upper stage, which is being developed indigenously.
The experimental flight will have a full-fledged GSLV with strap on boosters without the cryogenic engine.

It will fly up to an altitude of 120 km after which it will take a parabolic path and dive in the Bay of Bengal.

The flight will generate crucial aerodynamics data which ISRO scientists will use while designing the rocket for first manned space flight.

"We have received permissions from the government for two developmental flights of GSLV with indigenous cryogenic engine. The first developmental flight is expected in 18 months after the experimental flight in January, 2014," said S Somnath, project director of GSLV Mk-III programme at Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram.

The indigenous cryogenic engine, which failed in its first flight in 2010, will now be put to test again in July, when an older generation GSLV (Mk-II) is scheduled to be launched. Capable of carrying a payload up to 2.5 tonnes, GSLV Mk-II can reduce India's reliance on French ArianeSpace rockets to take INSAT class satellites to the 36,000 km orbit.

"GLSV Mk-III has a completely different architecture than Mk-II. It carries twice as much fuel and the thrust is double than that of Mk-II. We need both versions of GSLV to save our foreign exchange," Somnath told Deccan Herald.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 23.04.2013 14:54:58
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-18/india/38646536_1_irnss-beidou-regional-navigation-satellite-system
ЦитатаIndia to have its own GPS soon
TNN Apr 18, 2013, 03.24AM IST

BANGALORE: The first of the seven satellites, Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), will be launched during the second week of June 2013 giving India its own indigenous air navigation system/Global Positioning System (GPS), which would provide information on location and time in all weather conditions.

 The IRNSS-1 will be launched using the polar satellite launch vehicle, PSLV-C22, from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh's launch pad.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.05.2013 01:02:30
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/india-to-launch-first-navigational-satellite-on-june-12_849196.html
ЦитатаIndia to launch first navigational satellite on June 12
Last Updated: Friday, May 17, 2013, 18:23

India to launch first navigational satellite on June 12 Bangalore: India proposes to launch its first navigational satellite, which will provide terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation services and help in disaster and fleet management, on June 12.

The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System-1A is slated to be launched on board home-grown rocket, PSLV-C22 XL at 1.01 am from Sriharikota spaceport on June 12.

The launch window will be open from June 10 to June 15, sources in the Indian Space Research Organisation here said.

The 1425 kg IRNSS-1, which will have a life span of about ten years, will provide satellite-based terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation services, and also help in disaster and fleet management and vehicle tracking, an ISRO official said.

Bangalore-headquartered ISRO has planned to have a constellation of seven satellites under IRNSS by 2014-15.

IRNSS is an independent regional navigation satellite system, and once all the spacecraft become operational, it would provide position accuracy, similar to Global Positioning System (GPS), of better than 10 metres over India and the region extending about 1,500 km around the country.

"It is designed to provide an accurate real time Position, Navigation and Time (PNT) services to users on a variety of platforms with 24x7 service availability under all weather conditions", the official said.

IRNSS provides two basic services -- standard positioning service for common civilian users and restricted service for special authorised users, the official said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.05.2013 22:29:28
http://week.manoramaonline.com/cgi-bin/MMOnline.dll/portal/ep/theWeekContent.do?contentId=14101697&programId=1073755753&tabId=13&categoryId=-201541
Цитата"We will have to launch the rocket on October 22, so that it can depart the Earth's orbit on November 26 and enter the Martian orbit on September 21, 2014." Incidentally, Chandrayaan, too, was launched on October 22, 2008.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 01.06.2013 10:50:04
Состоявшиеся пуски

2013
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 25 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - 16:31 ЛМВ
02 - 1 июля - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (XL) - 22:11 ЛМВ

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2013

конец июля- 6 августа - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - ПО
22 октября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО
не ранее декабря - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО (или первый квартал 2014)

На зарубежных носителях:
26 июля - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) - 00:53:51 ЛМВ
середина года конец 25 августа - Eutelsat 25B/Eurobird 2A/Eshail 1, GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA215) - ПО (или вторая половина года)

2014
январь или апрель - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
март апрель - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE-2, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL)- ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 C33 - ПО (или 2017)
июнь-июль 2015 ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Изменения от 11 июля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.06.2013 12:44:59
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?PHPSESSID=b4e4fadfaf0b499ec3725a719e41021b&topic=1173.msg1061309#new
ЦитатаISRO's PSLV bags new clients, launch orders
 Madhumathi D. S.

(http://www.thehindu.com/multimedia/dynamic/01474/th03_new_ISRO_col__1474811f.jpg)
 To fly a least 7 foreign satellites over 2 years
 
 The home-grown PSLV rocket has nosed its way a wee bit more in the global market: it will launch France's 712-kg SPOT-7 earth observation satellite and separately, at least half-a- dozen small foreign spacecraft for a fee this year and the next.
They are still mini nibbles at the multi-billion-dollar space transportation pie but the country's workhorse launcher seems to be increasingly catching satellite makers' eye for its dependable and precise placing of spacecraft in their slots. Going by the mass of the client satellites, its cache is getting bigger than before.
In the upcoming crop of contracts, SPOT-7 and the 950-kg EnMAP are primary satellites, which means the PSLV is graduating from tucking small commercial 'piggybacks' in spare nooks left over by a main Indian passenger spacecraft.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman and Secretary, Department of Space, K. Radhakrishnan, told The Hindu that a few more countries were discussing sending another half-a-dozen satellites on the PSLV.
The contracted ones would be fitted into the launch schedule of ISRO's own remote sensing satellites which need the PSLV. One of them, Indonesia's LAPAN-A2 observation satellite, is due to go with the country's astronomy project, Astrosat. Eight PSLV launches are planned during 2013-14 and 2014-15.
The PSLV can place roughly 1.6-tonne satellites in a pole-to-pole orbit 650 km away from ground. In 2008, it also sent up Chandrayaan-1 and will again come into planetary play in October this year for ISRO's Mars orbiter mission.
The launcher made its first commercial twin launch in 1999. In its 23 flights so far, it has slotted 35 foreign commercial satellites in orbit.
"The PSLV, I should say, is now a globally sought after vehicle and for two reasons," Dr. Radhakrishnan said. "One, it has a niche in that class of payloads. Two, the number of successful launches we have had with it is an important factor. The very fact that SPOT-6 came to us and now SPOT-7 and EnMAP have followed indicates this."
The fee it commands is not disclosed but ISRO's marketing arm Antrix Corporation has earned between Rs. 5 crore and Rs. 90 crore for some of its commercial services. The U.S. and European launch prices per kg of satellite weight reportedly range from $10,000-$20,000 depending on the distance to the orbit.
EnMAP, the hyperspectral environmental mapping satellite built by German space agency DLR, will be the heaviest lift bagged by the PSLV and is slated for 2016-17 launch.
To date, SPOT-6, the earth observation satellite of French space agency CNES, is the heaviest commercial satellite that a PSLV has lifted to space and that was in September last year. A date for SPOT-7 will be discussed when signing the agreement. "One can expect the launch from December onwards," Dr. Radhakrishnan said.
The date would depend on the readiness of the satellite, the launch vehicle and the launch pad at Sriharikota which will be tied up for the first navigational satellite R1A planned in June and thereafter for the resumed GSLV flight.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.06.2013 16:42:44
http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/june-rocket-launch-delay-not-to-affect-isro-plans_853263.html
ЦитатаJune rocket launch delay not to affect ISRO plans
Last Upd ated: Thursday, June 06, 2013, 15:30

Chennai: Even though the June 12 rocket launch has been put off to June-end or the first week of July because of the failure of a component, Indian space agency officials do not expect this se tback to impact other rocket launch plans.

Even the ambitious Mars mission planned in 2013 would not be affected, officials said.

"We have sufficient time between the launches and we are confident of closing 2013 with five launches. One rocket launch (carrying Saral satellite) is already over in February. So, only four remain," said a senior official at the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), seeking anonymity.

ISRO had planned to launch its first regional navigation satellite (IRNSS-1A) on its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle-XL (PSLV-XL) variant June 12, but had to put it off after finding a problem in one of the electro-hydraulic control actuators in the second stage/engine.

The rocket was fully assembled with the satellite when the problem was detected, during checks.

"The second stage had to be dismantled to replace the actuator which is an assembly of several components. It weighs around 20 kg. We have replaced the component and tests are on," said an ISRO official.

Incidentally, in February 2011, a gas motor in the second stage control actuators did not perform as per expectations and had to be replaced, delaying PSLV's flight carrying Resourcesat-2, an earth observation satellite, and two other payloads, by nearly a month.

However, ISRO officials do not think that there is a problem in the quality of components as one or two in a batch may fail.

The navigational satellite is intended to provide terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation services and help in disaster and fleet management across the region.

Following the PSLV-XL launch, ISRO is planning to launch its communication satellite G-Sat 14 using heavier rocket - Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) - powered with a domestic cryogenic engine sometime in August, 2013.

Preparatory work for the G-Sat 14 launch is going ahead at the rocket launch pad in Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, around 80 km from here.

These two launches will be followed by the mission to Mars later this year. The launch of one more remote sensing satellite is also being planned before the end of the year.

IANS
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 14.06.2013 00:28:36
http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/economy/infrastructure/indias-first-navigation-satellite-set-for-july-1-launch/articleshow/20572770.cms
ЦитатаIndia's first navigation satellite set for July 1 launch
By PTI | 13 Jun, 2013, 04.43PM IST

Indian Space Research Organisation has now scheduled the launch of the country's first navigation satellite for July one after rectifying an anomaly. Indian Space Research Organisation has now scheduled the launch of the country's first navigation satellite for July one after rectifying an anomaly.

BANGALORE: Indian Space Research Organisation has now scheduled the launch of the country's first navigation satellite for July one after rectifying an anomaly.

"Review is on. It's scheduled to be launched at 11.43 PM on July one", ISRO sources told PTI here today.

The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System-1A (IRNSS-1A) was scheduled for launch on board Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C22) on June 12, 2013 at 01:01 hours from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.

The spacecraft had gone through all electrical checks and was ready for propellant filling. The PSLV-C22 was fully integrated and was undergoing electrical checks.

But during the electrical checks of the launch vehicle early this month, an anomaly was observed in one of the electro-hydraulic control actuators in the second stage, forcing the space agency to postpone the launch.

Bangalore headquartered ISRO has since replaced this actuator.

The 1425 kg IRNSS-1, which will have a life span of about 10 years, will provide satellite-based terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation services and also help in disaster and fleet management and vehicle tracking, an ISRO official said.

ISRO has planned to have a constellation of seven satellites under IRNSS by 2014-15.

IRNSS is an independent regional navigation satellite system, and once all the spacecraft become operational, it would provide position accuracy, similar to Global Positioning System (GPS), of better than 10 metres over India and the region extending about 1,500 km around the country.

"It is designed to provide an accurate real time Position, Navigation and Time (PNT) services to users on a variety of platforms with 24x7 service availability under all weather conditions", the official said.

IRNSS provides two basic services -- standard positioning service for common civilian users and restricted service for special authorised users, ISRO said.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.07.2013 03:13:24
http://www.sawfnews.com/isros-gslv-mk-2-launcher-return-to-flight-test-in-august/
ЦитатаISRO's GSLV Mk-2 Launcher Return to Flight Test in August
                
Posted on July 1, 2013 (http://www.sawfnews.com/isros-gslv-mk-2-launcher-return-to-flight-test-in-august/) by vkthakur (http://www.sawfnews.com/author/vkthakur/)               

ISRO hopes to resume its GLSV medium launcher operations with the return to flight test of GSLV D05 fitted with the indigenous Cryogenic Upper Stage (CUS) and carrying the communication satellite GSAT-14, tentatively on August 6, 2013.
ISRO's 2012 Annual Report had stated that the next two GSLV missions would be conducted as developmental flights.
GSLV-D05 will be test flown with a 3.4-m payload fairing and indigenous CUS. A follow-up test flight, GSLV-D05, will be conducted with a 4-m payload fairing and indigenous CUS.
ISRO had earlier fitted the 4-m composite payload fairing for the first time on GSLV F06 for its December 2010 launch. The launch failed because a group of 10 connectors located at the bottom portion of the Russian Cryogenic Upper Stage snapped because of aerodynamic loads induced distortion in the fairing, cutting off command signals from the onboard computer in the Equipment Bay (located near the top of the vehicle) to the control electronics of the four L40 Strap-ons of the First Stage.
The launch failure led to the grounding of the GLSV launcher.
A Failure Analysis Committee recommended strengthening of the shroud.
All GSLV flights before GSLV F06 featured a 3.4-m aluminium payload fairing.
ISRO's focus in the GSLV D05 test in August would be on proving the indigenous CUS which failed during its maiden test on GLSV-D3 on April 15, 2010
The failure was attributed to a malfunction of the booster pump of the indigenous CUS.
On October 12, 2011, S.Ramakrishnan, director of ISRO's Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) said the agency had identified and fixed the reasons for the failure of the first engine during the flight of GSLV-D3.
"We have studied the design of booster pumps and redesigned it. The computer simulation was done and validated." he said.
The booster pump has been successfully hot tested twice in the past three months at the newly-built high altitude test facility (HAT) at ISRO's Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) at Mahendragiri.
LPSC director MC Dathan told TOI on Friday, June 28 that a mission readiness meet for GSLV-D05 launch was held on Thursday.
Dathan added, "We are very confident after the repeat successful High Altitude Tests in the last three months. Yet we are anxious about the indigenous cryogenic stage which was moved from LPSC Mahendragiri on May 13, it is being integrated with the vehicle at Sriharikota and further checks will be completed within 45 days. It will be ready by July end and tentatively the launch is set for August 6."
If the two missions are successful, the GSLV program will be considered as being back on track and the launcher will once again be used to launch high value payloads like Chandrayaan 2, which could be launched in 2014.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.07.2013 13:52:27
Состоявшиеся пуски

2013
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 25 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - 16:31 ЛМВ
02 - 1 июля - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (XL) - 22:11 ЛМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
25 июля - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) - 23:54 ЛМВ

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2013

6 19 конец августа (ПО) - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 15:20 ЛМВ
21 октября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - ПО
не ранее декабря - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
22 25 29 30 августа - Eutelsat 25B/Eurobird 2A/Eshail 1, GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA215) - 00:30-01:20

2014
январь или апрель - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE-2, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL)- ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
2016 ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 24 июля
Изменения от 26 июля
Изменения от 30 июля
Изменения от 8 августа
Изменения от 19 августа
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 24.07.2013 18:22:59
http://www.frontline.in/science-and-technology/in-mission-mode/article4945199.ece?homepage=true
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 28.08.2013 08:58:47
Состоявшиеся пуски

2013
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 25 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - 16:31 ЛМВ
02 - 1 июля - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (XL) - 22:11 ЛМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
25 июля - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) - 23:54 ЛМВ
30 августа - Eutelsat 25B/Eurobird 2A/Eshail 1, GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA215) - 00:30

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

21 28 октября 6 5 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - 14:45 ЛМВ - 13:06 ЛМВ
15 декабря - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - ПО

2014
не ранее декабря 2013 январь февраль - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
январь или апрель - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE-2, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал - GSAT-15 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL)- ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
2016 ПО - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:

после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 28 августа
Изменения от 22 сентября
Изменения от 26 сентября
Изменения от 2 октября
Изменения от 6 октября
Изменения от 18 октября
Изменения от 23 октября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.09.2013 19:20:51
ЦитатаАртём Жаров пишет:
Сообщают о 28 октябре.
ЦитатаIndia's Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) is slated to be launched on October 28 after a national committee of experts gave the go ahead for the Rs. 450-crore ambitious venture after threadbare deliberations. The committee held deliberations over two days on Thursday and Friday last and reviewed the status after senior Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists gave an in-depth presentation on the mission.

 http://www.hindustantimes.com/HTNext/ZanyScience/India-s-Mars-Mission-lift-off-date-pushed-ahead-by-a-week/Article1-1125600.aspx
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.10.2013 20:24:22
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-09-28/kozhikode/42480911_1_gslv-mk-gslv-mark-isro-chairman
ЦитатаKOZHIKODE: The launch of the GSLV- D5, which was aborted the last minute following a fuel leak in the second stage of the rocket last month, will take place on December 15, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) chairman, K Radhakrishnan said here on Friday.

The launch of GSLV-D5, featuring an indigenous cryogenic engine, had to be called off during the last lap of the countdown due to a leak detected in the fuel system of the rocket's liquid second stage on August 19.

Speaking at an interactive meeting organized at the Regional Science Centre and Planetarium here, he said that the launch of the ambitious Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) will be launched on October 28 from Sriharikota at around 4 pm. He said that the mission would mark a milestone in the country's space programme and is intended to look for signs of life in Mars and would seek to validate the presence of methane in the Martian environment.

The MOM mission will make its entry into the Martian orbit after travelling for around 300 days on 21 September 2014.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.10.2013 23:05:15
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=29440.msg1110195#msg1110195 (http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=29440.msg1110195#msg1110195)
Цитатаm.prasad пишет:

Launch delayed to 6th Nov evening...!
Pls refer   Eenadu - Telugu Paper (http://eenadu.net/news/newsitem.aspx?item=national&no=23)
 Archive Link (http://archives.eenadu.net/10-18-2013/news/newsitem.aspx?item=national&no=23)

Thx
~Prasad
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.11.2013 12:32:44
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-10-30/news/43528768_1_lander-moon-mission-chandrayaan-2
ЦитатаISRO awaiting government nod for more funds for Chandrayaan-2
PTI Oct 30, 2013, 07.37PM IST

SRIHARIKOTA: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today said it was awaiting the government's approval for more funds to develop a lander and a rover for its second moon mission 'Chandrayaan-2'.

ISRO Chairman K Radhakrishnan said "we are awaiting for the approval for the lander for Chandrayaan 2". A rover was also being developed, he said here.

In view of changes in the Russian space programme on moon, its agreement with ISRO was further being delayed. "It means virtually we won't get a lander fr om Russia till 2017. So, we are planning to a develop a lander ourselves," Radhakrishnan, here in connection with the preparations for November 5 Mars Orbiter Mission, told reporters.

There had been a marginal enhancement in the budget. "That's why we are seeking funds from the government," he said adding developing a lander was complex than developing a rover for the Moon.

Elaborating on the delay of the mission, Radhakrishnan, who is also the Space Commission Chairman, said "the lim iting factor is developing a lander.... May be by 2016 a lander might get developed and qualified."

India had undertaken its maiden moon mission Chandrayaan-I in October, 2008.

To a query on the launch vehicle for Chandrayaan-2, he said it would be a Geo Stationary Launch Vehicle. "May be after two successful GSLV launches, we would be confident of launching Chandrayaan 2."

He also said there could probably be another launch of GSLV Mark III in March-April 2014.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 02.11.2013 12:35:51
Состоявшиеся пуски

2013
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 25 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - 16:31 ЛМВ
02 - 1 июля - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (XL) - 22:11 ЛМВ
03 - 5 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - 13:08 ЛМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
25 июля - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) - 23:54 ЛМВ
30 августа - Eutelsat 25B/Eurobird 2A/Eshail 1, GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA215) - 00:30

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)


2014
15 конец декабря 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - ПО
февраль-март - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
апрель - SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней ступени - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE-2, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CANX-4, CANX-5 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
1-й квартал ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 2 ноября
Изменения от 5 ноября
Изменения от 14 ноября
Изменения от 20 ноября
Изменения от 29 ноября
Изменения от 7 декабря
Изменения от 12 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.11.2013 21:28:44
http://post.jagran.com/upbeat-isro-confident-of-future-missions-including-gslv-1383662108
ЦитатаUpbeat ISRO confident of future missions, including GSLV
05 Nov 2013, 08:05 PM

The ISRO will also construct a second vehicle launch building at the second launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre this year, which would increase its launching capacity to 10-12 launches per year, ISRO chief K Radhakrishnan said.
   
To a query on the proposed third launch pad, he said, "We are preparing the initial configuration studies. The third launch pad has to take into consideration the requirements of GSLV Mark III vehicle and other future launch vehicles."
   
After its launch of the GLSV D5 carrying GSAT 14 in December, ISRO would launch Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System-1B probably in February next year.
   
The launch of GSLV D5 was postponed on August 19 about two hours before lift-off after detection of a fuel leak in the rockets' second stage.
   
In the next 18 months, five remaining satellites for the IRNSS would be launched, Radhakrishnan said, adding, GSLV Mark II would be ready by 2016-17.
   
"Meanwhile, a 200 tonne engine is being developed at the Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre at Thiruvananthapuram," he said.
   
Nine satellites are already waiting for GSLV Mark II.
   
Explaining the complexities in the GSLV, he said unlike PSLV, the GSLV involved a large number of fluid components.
   
"Each vehicle is unique. We are working on the vehicle. After last time, we are now able to pinpoint at the flaw and improve on them," S Ramakrishnan, Director, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre said.
   
The Indian space agency was not spreading itself thin looking at various space missions like solar, moon, mars and others and the Mars mission has not diverted its attention, Radhakrishnan said.
   
Confident of many space missions in the future, which can use common technologies from the present mission, Radhakrishnan said "We are not certainly spreading ourself thin."
   
The Space Department Secretary also said that ISRO has plans of a mission to explore Sun's corona, one to explore asteroid Vesta, among others.
   
He said the national space agency would also increase its total number of transponders to 400.
   
"We will also focus on increasing the imaging capacity, when it comes to remote sensing/earth observation satellites," he said.

(Agencies)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Liss от 07.11.2013 14:25:48
Так, а это что за неизвестное создание?

ЦитатаA2225/13 - EXPERIMENTAL FLT VEHICLE LAUNCH WILL TAKE PLACE WITH THE FLW DETAILS : THE COORDINATES OF THE DANGER ZONES POLYGON ARE AS FOLLOWS : POINT A 204735.52N 0870150.52 E POINT B 192645.96N 0864307.32 E POINT C 143349.68N 0882610.68 E POINT D 144754.96N 0891830.24 E POINT E 150843.44N 0900828.68 E POINT F 195826.76N 0881544.28 E POINT G 204909.12N 0870623.76 E POINT A 204735.52N 0870150.52 E NO OVERFLYING ACT PERMISSIBLE WI THE ABOVE MENTIONED AREA. DURING THE HOURS OF LAUNCH THE FLWG ATS ROUTES ARE REROUTED/NOT AVBL IN CHENNAI FIR : 1. P628 NOT AVBL BTN PPB VOR AND LARIK. ALTN ROUTE : PPB VOR DCT SADAP N877 ORARA DCT LARIK ( WEST BOUND ONLY) 2. L510 NOT AVBL BTN DOGEM AND BASOP. ATLN ROUTE : DOGEM DCT SADAP DCT BASOP L510 (EAST BOUND ONLY) 3. ATS ROUTES W111 Q10 AND Q11 NOT AVBL. GND/AMSL - UNL, 0300-0700 ON 08 AND 09 NOV 2013, 08 NOV 03:00 2013 UNTIL 09 NOV 07:00 2013. CREATED: 06 NOV 14:27 2013
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: G.K. от 08.11.2013 01:31:11
А это точно орбитальный пуск? 
В районе Индии морских предупреждений ( как при пуске марсианина) не обнаружено, только массовые расстрелы стрельбы ( в количестве шести штук) в Жёлтом море и где-то в районе Тайваня.
Завтра просмотрю свежие ( сегодня за 7 ноября доступны)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: G.K. от 09.11.2013 00:03:17
Закрытые области:
ЦитатаHYDROPAC 3474/2013(63).
INDIA-EAST COAST.
BAY OF BENGAL.
ROCKETS.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 0500Z TO 0800Z AND
 0930Z TO 1030Z DAILY 13 THRU 16 NOV
 IN AREA BOUND BY
 21-24.08N 086-58.40E, 21-08.06N 087-35.10E,
 20-57.33N 087-27.01E, 20-49.85N 087-15.46E.
2. CANCEL THIS MSG 161130Z NOV 13.
 
        (080958Z NOV 2013)
 
HYDROPAC 3475/2013(97).
WESTERN NORTH PACIFIC.
ROCKETS.
1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 2330Z TO 0100Z COMMENCING DAILY
 11 THRU 15 NOV WITHIN 216 MILES OF 31-55N 153-45E.
2. CANCEL HYDROPAC 3420/13(63).
3. CANCEL HYDROPAC 3453/13(95), EXERCISES SUSPENDED.
4. CANCEL THIS MSG 160200Z NOV 13.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: anik от 09.11.2013 00:41:49
Индия провела успешное испытание ракеты, способной нести ядерный боезаряд
http://www.interfax.ru/news.asp?id=339533

Дели. 8 ноября. INTERFAX.RU - В Индии в пятницу провели очередное успешное испытание баллистической ракеты Agni-I, способной нести ядерную боеголовку, сообщил журналистам директор полигона Чандипур Прасад.

Пуск баллистической ракеты класса "земля-земля", имеющей дальность действия 700 км, был проведен с пусковой площадки, расположенной на острове Уиллер в Бенгальском заливе.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 20.11.2013 16:06:19
http://newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/Meet-on-GSLV-mission-launch-set-for-19th-November/2013/11/18/article1897001.ece
http://www.deccanchronicle.com/131120/news-current-affairs/article/gslv-launch-december-end
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 07.12.2013 01:18:30
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-12-03/news/44710670_1_gslv-d5-launch-launch-pad-cryogenic-stage
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.12.2013 10:31:45
Состоявшиеся пуски

2013
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 25 февраля - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, UniBRITE, BRITE-AUSTRIA, AAUSat3 - PSLV-С20 (CA) - 16:31 ЛМВ
02 - 1 июля - IRNSS-R1A - PSLV-С22 (XL) - 22:11 ЛМВ
03 - 5 ноября - Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) - PSLV-С25 (XL) - 13:08 ЛМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
25 июля - Alphasat I-XL, INSAT 3D - Ariane 5 ECA (VA214) - 23:54 ЛМВ
30 августа - Eutelsat 25B/Eurobird 2A/Eshail 1, GSAT-7 (INSAT-4F, Navy ComSat) - Ariane 5 ECA (VA215) - 00:30

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
февраль-март - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
апрель - SRE-2 (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE-2, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX- GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - SRE-2 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RLV-TD - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 21 декабря
Изменения от 22 декабря
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.12.2013 22:41:52
http://ria.ru/space/20131221/985665295.html
ЦитатаИндия собирается осуществить вторую миссию на Марс в 2016 г

21:13 21.12.2013 (обновлено: 21:15 21.12.2013)18411
Второй в истории Индии космический полет состоится при условии готовности к 2016 году индийской ракеты-носителя GSLV.

МОСКВА, 21 дек -- РИА Новости. Индийская организация космических исследований ISRO через несколько лет может осуществить еще один полет космического аппарата на планету Марс, пишет индийская газета Indian Express со ссылкой на директора национального космического центра VSSC.

Специалист отметил, что второй в истории Индии космический полет состоится при условии готовности к 2016 году индийской ракеты-носителя GSLV.

"Проект еще не одобрен. Но мы планируем вторую миссию на Марс с более мощной ракетой-носителем через два года. К этому времени GSLV будет готов, а также его версия Mk.3", -- сказал глава индийского космического центра, отметив, что ключевым фактором для второй миссии станут полученные данные с зонда "Мангальян", который 1 декабря покинул орбиту Земли и вышел на траекторию перелета к Марсу. Вторая миссия на Марс, в отличие от первой, будет предусматривать посадку модуля на красную планету.

"Мангальян" был запущен в космос 5 ноября. Зонд с того времени находился на околоземной орбите, постепенно увеличив ее апогей (наиболее удаленная от Земли точка орбиты) до высоты 192 тысячи километров над Землей. Зонд, которому предстоит преодолеть около 750 миллионов километров, должен выйти на марсианскую орбиту в сентябре 2014 года.

Космический аппарат весит около 1,3 тонны, но на долю научной аппаратуры приходится лишь 15 килограммов -- на борту зонда установлены прибор для обнаружения метана, цветная камера, инфракрасный спектрометр, прибор для анализа состава верхних слоев атмосферы (экзосферы), а также фотометр для измерения концентрации водорода и дейтерия в экзосфере.

Главной целью миссии является испытание технологий, необходимых для "проектирования, планирования, управления и осуществления межпланетных миссий". ISRO называет миссию "технологической". Индийская марсианская миссия считается очень рентабельной, общая ее стоимость составляет порядка 70 миллионов долларов.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2013 15:38:24
http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/isro-gearing-up-for-space-capsule-recovery-experiment/article5484393.ece
ЦитатаDecember 21, 2013 03:05 IST
ISRO gearing up for space capsule recovery experiment
Special Correspondent
India, Kerala

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is preparing to carry out a space capsule recovery experiment in 2014 to test some of the critical technologies for manned space missions in future.

Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) Director S. Ramakrishnan said here on Friday that the operation would involve the launch of a spacecraft that would later re-enter the earth's atmosphere. The capsule would be recovered from the sea off Andamans.

Fielding questions after delivering the foundation day lecture of the Kerala Academy of Sciences (KAS) here on Friday, Dr. Ramakrishnan said the operation was scheduled to take place before April 14. Efforts were on simultaneously to develop a crew vehicle and space suit for astronauts.

He said it would take 10 years for India to undertake human space flight. "Manned space missions would require more powerful launch vehicles like the GSLV Mark 3 currently under development."

Dr. Ramakrishnan said the mission readiness review of the indigenous cryogenic engine was scheduled for December 28. The GSLV 2 powered by this engine was expected to be launched on January 5.

Dr. Ramakrishnan said the feedback from the Mars Orbiter Mission would help ISRO plan bigger space missions.

Earlier, Chief Minister Oommen Chandy conferred the honorary fellowship of the Kerala Academy of Sciences on three eminent scientists, namely ISRO chairman K. Radhakrishnan, executive vice-president of Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment V.N. Rajasekharan Pillai, and outstanding scientist of CSIR-NIIST A. Ajayaghosh. M. Vijayan, IISc, Bangalore, was conferred the honorary fellowship in absentia. Mr. Chandy also conferred fellowships on 27 scientists.

Addressing the gathering, Mr. Chandy said the country was watching ISRO's Mars Orbiter Mission with great enthusiasm.

He exhorted the scientific community to imbibe the spirit of enquiry and direct their research towards newer ways of making life simpler.

In his reply speech, Dr. Radhakrishnan said the Mars Orbiter Mission had enthused the younger generation. He said ISRO had come out successful in precisely directing the spacecraft towards mars through complex manoeuvring.

Dr. Rajasekharan Pillai, in his address, stressed the need for Kerala to build up a critical mass of scientists in different areas to achieve great things in science.

Dr. Ajayaghosh said science education and research had achieved momentum in India. He said students today had ample opportunities to take up science for study and research.

KAS president Oommen V. Oommen and general secretary K.G. Ajitkumar spoke.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2013 15:41:54
ЦитатаVikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) Director S. Ramakrishnan said here on Friday that the operation would involve the launch of a spacecraft that would later re-enter the earth's atmosphere. The capsule would be recovered from the sea off Andamans.

Fielding questions after delivering the foundation day lecture of the Kerala Academy of Sciences (KAS) here on Friday, Dr. Ramakrishnan said the operation was scheduled to take place before April 14.
Уж не на суборбитальном тесте GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) испытывать будут, судя по дате.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 22.12.2013 16:10:12
http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/VSSC-Chief-Hints-at-Second-Mars-Mission-Using-
ЦитатаGSLV/2013/12/21/article1957410.ece

VSSC Chief Hints at Second Mars Mission Using GSLV

By Express News Service - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM

Published: 21st December 2013 12:50 PM

Last Upd ated: 21st December 2013 12:50 PM

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) may go in for a more sophisticated sequel to the Mars mission by 2016 if the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) is ready and proven by then, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) director S Ramakrishnan said.

"The project is not yet approved. But we are planning a second mission to Mars with a more powerful launch vehicle in two years. The GSLV will be ready by then and also the GSLV Mk-III version," he said. The second mission, unlike the first, will have a lander. The final clearance to the mega project will depend on the feedback received from the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) which is on its way to the Red Planet at present, he said. ISRO had to be satisfied with a modest payload on MOM as it had to depend on the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for the mission's launch. A prototype of the crew capsule that will be used for ISRO's future manned space flight will be tested aboard the GSLV Mk-III, the heftiest rocket to be built in the country, before April 2014, he said.

'GSLV' Se t for Jan 5 Launch

T'Puram: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is now planning for a January 5, 2014, launch for the delayed GSLV-D5 mission fitted with the Made-in-India cryogenic stage, ISRO chairman K Radhakrishnan said here on Friday.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: ronatu от 03.01.2014 02:47:35
Dec 28, 2013 http://www.isro.org/gslv-d5/d5-updates.aspx
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: ronatu от 03.01.2014 02:48:52
Isro planned 58 space missions from 2012-2017


http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/isro-planned-58-space-missions-from-2012-2017-114010100584_1.html

ЦитатаThe Indian Space (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Space) Research Organisation (Isro (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Isro)) submitted a plan for 58 space missions (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Missions) to be undertaken as a part of 12th Five Year Plan, 2012-17. These mission will be taken at the cost of around Rs 39,750 crore in 12th Five Year Plan period was provisionally earmarked under the Plan budget for Space Programme. During 2012-13, a sum of Rs. 5,615 crore had been allocated.........
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.01.2014 11:34:12
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

февраль-март - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
апрель - SRE-2 (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С27 (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C28 - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C29 (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TAUVEX - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV (ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО

2015
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C30 (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C31 (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C32 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C33 - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

2016

1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C34 (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С35 - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C36 - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C37 - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С38 - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - NASA-ISRO scientific mission - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
2014 (ПО) - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 3 января
Изменения от 5 января
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 05.01.2014 21:46:50
http://www.indiatvnews.com/news/india/isro-after-gslv-launch-pslv-c-with-irnss-b-likely-in-march-32118.html
ЦитатаISRO: After GSLV launch, PSLV C24 with IRNSS-1B likely in March
PTI [ Updated 05 Jan 2014, 18:55:54 ]
ISRO: After GSLV launch, PSLV C24 with IRNSS-1B likely in March

Chennai: Even as ISRO is gearing up for the launch of GSLV D5 from Sriharikota tomorrow, preparations are on for launch of the PSLV C24 carrying IRNSS-1B, which is likely in March.

"The integration process of the satellite IRNSS-1B with launch vehicle PSLV C24 was started on December 27. The launch is most likely in March," a senior ISRO official told PTI.

Since the integration is expected to take around 60 days, the vehicle would be ready by February end and the likely launch would be in March, he said.

"Right now, we decided to stop the integration of IRNSS-1B with PSLV C24 for three days due to the scheduled launch of GSLV D5 with GSAT-14 tomorrow," he said.

IRNSS-1B is the second satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) and is one of the seven satellites constituting the IRNSS space segment.

IRNSS-1A was successfully launch on board PSLV C22 on July 1 last year.

The applications of IRNSS include terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation, disaster management, vehicle tracking and fleet management, integration with mobile phones, precise timing, mapping and geodetic data capture, terrestrial navigation aid for hikers and travellers and visual and voice navigation for drivers.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.01.2014 11:11:40
http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/PSLV-Gets-Reliable-Partner-to-Boost-Antrix-Expansion/2014/01/06/article1985093.ece
ЦитатаPSLV Gets Reliable Partner to Boost Antrix Expansion
By Shyam Balasubramanian - SRIHARIKOTA
Published: 06th January 2014 07:33 AM
Last Updated: 06th January 2014 07:33 AM

The success of the GSLV-D5 is likely to open up a world of commercial opportunities for ISRO, the space agency's Chairman K Radhakrishnan has said. He added that Antrix, ISRO's commercial marketing arm, would reflect a 15 per cent growth in turnover in 2013-14 with a number of other commercial launches lined up. The next commercial launch for ISRO would be PSLV-C23, which would carry the French SPOT-7 and four other smaller satellites into space. The launch is likely to happen in the next four months. Antrix has also confirmed a contract for the launch of an 800 kg German satellite and three 300 kg satellites from the UK, apart from being asked to provide two vehicles for dedicated launches. Antrix has also worked out agreements for the sale of data collected by satellites already launched by ISRO and currently being used for domestic purposes. Among these would be the supply of data from RESOURCESAT-II to a ground station in Germany and data from RISAT-1 to Norway.

Apart from these deals, all based on PSLV, ISRO could now also realistically look into expanding its commercial base. A reliable GSLV should be able to carry out commercial launches of satellites that weigh up to 2.5 tonnes. It would be able to launch satellites upto 4.5 tonnes heavy once it gets the GSLV-Mark III operational. A successful launch of GSAT-6 aboard the next GSLV flight in a year's time is critical.

ISRO is also carrying out a study on the viability of a third launch pad at Sriharikota, which would it suitable for the launch of all GSLV variants and any other launch vehicles ISRO could develop in the future. The new launch pad, combined with the new Vehicle Assembly Building, would also give the space agency the capability to carry out more launches in a year.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.01.2014 11:19:51
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/gslv-rocket-s-success-will-mean-immense-savings-isro-chief_901554.html
Цитатаimmense savings: ISRO chief
Last Updated: Saturday, January 04, 2014, 23:59
 
Chennai: The successful launch of India's heavier rocket - the geosynchronous satellite launch vehicle-D5 (GSLV-D5) - Sunday not only means the indigenous cryogenic engine is performing well but also would pave way for sizeable savings, the space agency's chief said Saturday.

"When GSLV-D5 succeeds in its mission Sunday, it means the Indian cryogenic stage/engine is performing well. It is a culmination of major indigenous technology development," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman K.Radhakrishnan.

In addition, the mission's success would not only pave way for ISRO to save launch costs paid to foreign space agencies but also to launch more communication satellites augmenting the transponder capacity to earn more revenue, he added.

Radhakrishnan said the country pays around $85-90 million or around Rs.500 crore as launch fee for sending up a 3.5 tonne communication satellites whereas the GSLV rocket costs around Rs.220 crore and the GSAT-14 that would go up Sunday evening costs around Rs.145 crore.

The ISRO can send smaller communication satellites - weighing around two tonnes - till such time it gets ready an advanced GSLV variant that can lug satellites weighing around four tonnes.

While that is for the future, Radhakrishnan said ISRO has lined up several satellite launches for the current GSLV rocket version.

"We will be launching satellites GSAT-6, 7A, 9 using GSLV. We will also be using this rocket for our second Chandrayaan mission and for the launch of GISAT," he said.

According to him, another communication satellite GSAT-15 will be launched using the Ariane rocket.

Other than the flight testing of cryogenic engine, 2014 will be an important year for ISRO.

Radhakrishnan noted that in September, the Mars Orbiter will be injected into the Mars orbit while the test flight of GSLV-Mark III version will also include a crew module for characterisation of re-entry from the space.

"The GSLV-Mark III experimental mission will be in April this year. The rocket will have a passive cryogenic stage/engine. The main purpose of the mission is to study the aerodynamics and stability of the rocket," he said.

He said the cryogenic engine for the next GSLV version will take around three years for being flight ready.

According to him, the next fiscal (April 2014-March 2015) would see ISRO launching three IRNSS (Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System) satellites taking the total to four and be ready for usage.

He said ISRO will also launch French satellite SPOT-7 along with four small satellites using its other rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

Radhakrishnan said ISRO plans to induct around 96 transponders (receivers and transmitters of signals),next fiscal. Currently it has 195 transponders.

Queried about the Mars Orbiter that was launched last year, he said the satellite health is good and it is around 8.5 million kilometer from earth.

"The next orbit maneuver (course correction) will be in April," he said.

IANS
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.01.2014 11:35:52
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

март не ранее мая март - IRNSS-R1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - ПО
апрель - SRE-2 (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
февраль-март не ранее апреля июня май - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2015)
ПО 1-й квартал 2015 - IRNSS-R1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2015)

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
конец года - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2015
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
2014 ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - 3 DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2014 ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
середина года - VENµS - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
1-й квартал - IRNSS-R1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - NASA-ISRO scientific mission - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-R1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - ПО - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - ПО - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 6 января
Изменения от 30 января
Изменения от 8 февраля
Изменения от 10 февраля
Изменения от 11 февраля
Изменения от 12 февраля
Изменения от 13 февраля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.01.2014 05:35:56
http://www.dnaindia.com/scitech/report-isro-to-launch-three-satellites-this-year-1952522
ЦитатаIsro to launch three satellites this year
Friday, January 17, 2014 - 13:45 IST | Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA
DNA Correspondent   

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will launch three satellites belonging to the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) constellation this year.

Delivering the Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Memorial Lecture on 'Recent Flights in Indian Space Programme', scientific secretary of Isro V Koteshwara Rao on Thursday said three IRNSS satellites-IRNSS-1B,IRNSS-1C and IRNSS-1D will be launched this year.

IRNSS is an independent regional navigation satellite system designed to provide position information in the Indian region and 1,500 km around the Indian mainland.

IRNSS would provide two types of services, namely, Standard Positioning Services (SPS) - provided to all users - and Restricted Services (RS) that is provided only to authorised users.  

It is a constellation of seven satellites and Isro has already launched IRNSS-1A, first of the seven satellites constituting the space segment of the IRNSS last year. The entire IRNSS constellation of seven satellites is planned to be completed by 2015-16.

He added that apart from the three satellites belonging to the IRNSS series, Isro has a target to launch five more satellites, which includes a commercial launch- SPOT-7 satellite and an GSLV Mk III experimental flight.

SPOT-7 is an advanced French Remote Sensing Satellite, which will be launched during first quarter of 2014.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 30.01.2014 05:37:52
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/science/Late-ship-postponed-Mars-mission-launch-says-official/articleshow/28923151.cms
ЦитатаLate ship postponed Mars mission launch, says official
TNN | Jan 17, 2014, 06.36 AM IST

BANGALORE: Over three months after India successfully launched a probe to Mars, a senior department of space official gave details to why the original launch date (October 28, 2013) was pushed to November 5.

"Two of the four diesel engines of a ship meant to track the movement of the satellite failed and this delayed its arrival at Fiji Island in the South Pacific. We had to put off the launch by a week. The ship finally arrived a day before the launch," V Koteswara Rao, scientific secretary, department of space, said on Thursday.

As the satellite would pass over the South Pacific Ocean which is not covered by any ground station, Indian Space Research Organization hired Shipping Corporation of India ships Yamuna and Nalanda to track the satellite.

"We should appreciate SCI technicians who reached the ship and solved the problem in time," Rao said while delivering the Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Lecture at the Central Power Research Institute here.

Pointing out the advantages of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) rocket, he said Isro has in its pipeline a series of launches, mostly on the trusted Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) this year (see box).

Among the major launches are four satellites of the Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS), forming a constellation of satellites Isro wants to create for a regional navigational system on the lines of GPS. It'll also launch a foreign satellite SPOT-7 as part of its collaboration with France.

In the pipeline

February-March 2014

Satellite/Mission -- Launch Vehicle

IRNSS-1B -- PSLV

SPOT-7 -- PSLV

April 2014-March 2015

Satellite/Mission -- Launch Vehicle

Crew Module test -- GSLV MK-III

IRNSS-1C -- PSLV-C26

IRNSS-1D -- PSLV-C27

IRNSS-1E -- PSLV-C28

GSAT-6-- GSLV-D6

GSAT-16 -- Ariane-V
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.02.2014 12:17:44
http://isro.org/scripts/news-6-2-14.aspx
ЦитатаFeb 06, 2014
Antrix signs agreements for launching satellites from UK and Singapore on-board ISRO's workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)


On 29th January 2014, Antrix Corporation Limited (Antrix), the commercial arm of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), signed Launch Services Agreement with DMC International Imaging (DMCii), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), United Kingdom (UK), for launch of three DMC-3 Earth Observation Satellites being built by SSTL, on-board ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

On 5th February 2014, Antrix signed another Launch Services Agreement with ST Electronics (Satcom & Sensor Systems) Pte Ltd, Singapore, for launch of TeLEOS-1 Earth Observation Satellite, on-board PSLV.

These launches are planned during end 2014 to end 2015.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 11.02.2014 11:06:37
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=6114.msg1158902#msg1158902
Цитатаinput~2 пишет:
Venµs to be launched end 2015 by Vega
http://www.cnes.fr/web/CNES-fr/6115-communiques-de-presse.php?item=8256 (http://www.cnes.fr/web/CNES-fr/6115-communiques-de-presse.php?item=8256)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.02.2014 12:50:43
http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-others/singapore-to-launch-first-commercial-satellite-teleos-1-with-isros-help/
ЦитатаSingapore to launch first commercial satellite TeLEOS-1 with ISRO's help
Press Trust of India | February 9, 2014 4:08 pm
 
The TeLEOS-1 is equipped with an electro-optical camera capable of taking images at ground resolution of one metre.

A Singaporean earth observation satellite will be launched with an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) next year, a senior official said on Sunday. The TeLEOS-1 would be Singapore's first commercial project on Indian Space Research organisation's PSLV, making Near Equatorial Orbit, taking images for shipping and maritime security, Mah How Teck, Vice President for Market Development at Singapore Technologies Electronics Ltd told PTI.

ST Electronics has signed an agreement with India's Antrix Corporation Ltd for the satellite to ride on PSLV, which would be launched into space at 550-km above the Earth at a low inclination in the fourth quarter of 2015. The 400-kg satellite is equipped with an electro-optical camera capable of taking images at ground resolution of one metre, Mah said. "It is suitable for applications such as disaster and environment monitoring, maritime safety, urban planning and homeland security," he said, after hosting a pre-Singapore Airshow press conference.

The unique Near Equatorial Orbit allows frequent revisits to areas of interest in equatorial regions at approximately 96-minute intervals, delivering high data availability and responsiveness, Mah said. Singapore launched its first experimental satellite XSAT in April 2011 with the help of ISRO. This is their second project.

The TeLEOS-1 is a commercial project by ST Electronics and its compatriot partners Nanyang Technological University and Defence Science Organisation Laboratories, following up with the XSAT, their first research project. Mah said TeLEOS-1 would be ready for launch in the fourth quarter of next year, having completed more than 60 per cent of the project.

Meanwhile, preparations were underway for Singapore Airshow, which held pre-opening full dress rehearsal on Sunday. Staring Monday, more than 80 civilian and defence aircraft and 60 out of the top 100 aviation companies are taking part in the week-long exhibition and conferences.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.02.2014 13:01:50
UK-DMC3-Konstellation fliegt auf indischer PSLV
http://www.raumfahrer.net/news/raumfahrt/09022014153309.shtml
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.02.2014 13:04:39
http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/isro-arm-inks-pact-for-launching-satellites-from-uk-singapore-on-board-pslv-114020800768_1.html
ЦитатаIsro arm inks pact for launching satellites from UK, Singapore on-board PSLV

The launches are planned between 2014-end and 2015-end
T E Narasimhan  |  Chennai
February 8, 2014 Last Updated at 19:10 IST

Antrix Corporation Limited, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organization (Isro), has signed agreements for launching satellites from UK and Singapore on-board Isro's work-horse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

Isro said that the Corporation signed Launch Services Agreement with DMC International Imaging (DMCii), the wholly-owned subsidiary of Surrey Satellite Technology Limited (SSTL), United Kingdom (UK), for launch of three DMC-3 Earth Observation Satellites being built by SSTL, on-board Isro's PSLV. Antrix also signed another Launch Services Agreement with ST Electronics (Satcom & Sensor Systems) Pte Ltd, Singapore, for launch of TeLEOS-1 Earth Observation Satellite, on-board PSLV. These launches are planned between 2014-end and 2015-end, said Isro.

Antrix said that it is expecting around 15 per cent growth in turnover as more countries are using Isro's infrastructure and expertise to launch satellites for their use.

V S Hegde, chairman and managing director, Antrix Corporation had said in 2012-13 that the Corporation clocked a revenue of Rs 1,300 crore and expects about 15 per cent growth in 2014-15. He said contracts were signed to launch large satellites for Germany, three for UK. Antrix is engaged in providing Space products and services to international customers worldwide. By using the launch services of Isro's workhorse launch vehicle, PSLV, 31 satellites belonging to 17 countries have been launched on commercial terms during the last 10 years.

An important achievement of the last decade is realising two high power communication satellites, viz. W2M and HYLAS for European customers - contracts bagged by Antrix against tough competition.

Additionally, the data from Indian Remote sensing satellites are commercially disseminated to users globally. Antrix leases transponders of the INSAT system for commercial purpose. Antrix Corporation is a wholly owned Government of India Company under the administrative control of the Department of Space, Government of India.

Incorporated as a private limited company in September 1992, it has been a Marketing arm of Isro for promotion and commercial exploitation of space products, technical consultancy services and transfer of technologies developed by ISRO.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 13.02.2014 14:37:21
http://www.lexpressiondz.com/actualite/185887-alsat-2b-mise-en-orbite-fin-2014.html
Гугль перевод с французского:
ЦитатаAlsat-2B летит на орбиту в конце 2014 года
Понедельник, 9 Декабрь 2013 

Alsat-2B будут интегрированы в Алжире (Оран) по алжирцев и отправлен в международной космодроме на своей орбите в конце 2014 года. Что касается информации о его запуска с сайта алжирской Hammaguir с ракетой, опубликованной некоторых веб-сайтах и в блогах, это является необоснованным. Авторы этой информации не измеряет время, инвестиции, и сложность, необходимую для достижения этой цели усилия, лишь несколько державы могли бы достичь.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.03.2014 14:08:19
http://zeenews.india.com/news/space/irnss-1-b-launch-set-for-march-31_916480.html
ЦитатаIRNSS 1-B launch set for March 31
Last Updated: Friday, March 07, 2014, 21:45
 
Chennai: India's latest navigational satellite IRNSS 1-B would be launched onboard PSLV C-24 rocket from the spaceport at Sriharikota on March 31.

There would be a two-and-a-half day countdown which would be preceded by a launch rehearsal on March 26, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) sources said today.

"The launch of IRNSS 1-B from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota is scheduled at 5.20 pm on March 31," they told PTI.

This is the second of the seven satellites planned for Indian Regional Navigational Satellite System (IRNSS), whose applications include terrestrial and marine navigation, disaster management, vehicle tracking and fleet management.

ISRO had launched IRNSS 1-A, the first in the series, on July 1 last year onboard its workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C-22.

IRNSS is similar to US' Global Positioning System (GPS), Russia's Glonass and Europe's Galileo. China and Japan too have similar systems named Beidou and Japanese Quasi Zenith Satellite System respectively, they said.

PTI

First Published: Friday, March 07, 2014, 21:45
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.03.2014 14:25:16
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

май июнь - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat - PSLV-С23 (CA) - ПО
апрель не ранее начала конец июня - начало июля - SRE-2 Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

2015
2014 ПО 1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
1-й квартал 2016 середина года - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
2014 ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО (или 1-й квартал 2015)
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - 3 DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
конец 2014 ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - NASA-ISRO scientific mission - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 (ПО) - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 (ПО) - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 8 марта
Изменения от 18 марта
Изменения от 24 марта
Изменения от 30 марта
Изменения от 4 апреля
Изменения от 6 апреля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 27.05.2014 14:09:45
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44
03 - 30 июня - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat, VELOX-1 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - Шрихарикота - 08:22

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

конец июня - начало июля конец 28 июля 1 - 10 конец августа-сентябрь октябрь-ноябрь - Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - Шрихарикота
ПО - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

2015
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
середина года - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - 3 DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
середина года - EnMAP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - два Aniara comsat - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-(ПО) F08 (Mk-II) - ПО
не ранее октября 2020 - NI-SAR (NASA-ISRO scientific mission) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 ПО - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 27 мая
Изменения от 21 июня
Изменения от 30 июня
Изменения от 11 июля
Изменения от 18 июля
Изменения от 23 июля
Изменения от 3 августа
Изменения от 12 августа
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.06.2014 10:52:29
http://www.isro.org/pressrelease/scripts/pressreleasein.aspx?Jun20_2014
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 11.07.2014 13:52:19
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/budget-2014/union-budget-2014/GSLV-Mark-3-gets-Rs-161-crore-boost/articleshow/38175979.cms
ЦитатаAn Isro official told TOI that provisionally the GSLV Mark 3 was set to make its maiden flight towards the end of August with a passive cryogenic engine.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: anik от 18.07.2014 14:24:51
Peter B. de Selding @pbdes
Dauria Aerospace of Russia/Munich says in $210M deal w/ Aniara SpaceCom of US/India to bld two 1,000kg geo sats, inc dual 2017 GSLV launch.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.08.2014 12:09:25
//www.newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/Desi-GPS-Services-Likely-by-Next-Yr-Says-ISRO-Scientist/2014/08/03/article2362577.ece
ЦитатаDesi GPS Services Likely by Next Yr, Says ISRO Scientist
By Express News Service
Published: 03rd August 2014 08:23 AM

VELLORE: A desi Global Positioning System (GPS) service is on the anvil and will be available from the middle of next year, according to a top scientist of the Indian space agency.

"We will be able to offer our own indigenous GPS service with the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS), being developed by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)," said Dr K Sivan, Director of ISRO's Thiruvananthapuram-based Liquid Propulsion Systems Center. He disclosed this to the media on the sidelines of the 23rs convocation of the Thanthai Periyar Government institute of Technology here on Saturday.

At present, India is making use of satellite services of other countries for the navigation applications using GPS. The IRNSS, developed by ISRO, would soon offer position information to users in India with accuracy for various applications such as mobile phones, terrestrial, aerial and marine navigation, disaster management etc . Out of the seven satellites planned, two have been already launched and the third one would be launched soon. By the middle of next year, the IRNSS would be able to provide GPS services to Indian users, Sivan said.

Stating that the launch of GSLV Mark III next month would provide a greater thrust to the country's deep-space programme, he said "We are pragmatically pushing forward the development of semi-cryogenic technology." Demonstration of larger launch vehicles that could carry around 4 ton satellites is being planned in the next couple of months. 'Human in Space' programme was also gaining momentum and GSLV Mark III would accommodate a special module on experimental basis.

He said, the next focus after the Mars mission was towards exploration of the solar system and deep space astronomy. As new applications are being developed, the size of satellites had to be increased and ISRO was planning to develop 10 tons satellites soon.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 12.08.2014 09:16:50
http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/isro-set-for-next-generation-communication-satellites-114081000505_1.html
ЦитатаOn its own part, Isro has bigger plans. Its human space flights through the experimental flight of GSLV Mark-III scheduled for "launch in the next 2-3 months".
 
 While Isro's workhorse launching vehicle PSLV has carved a niche by scoring 26 wins out of the total 27 missions till date, the existing GSLV and the upcoming Mark-III would give it the strategic edge for introducing higher capacity communication satellites into space.
 
 "The first experimental flight of GSLV Mark-III with passive cryogenic stage and that too in a crew module would be a precursor to the possible human space flight," said Radhakrishnan during his chief guest address here today at the convocation of BITS Hyderabad 2014 batch.
 
 He said Mark III launching vehicle was capable of placing "4-4.5 tonne capacity communication satellite in the geostationary orbit".
 
 The existing PSLV is compatible for launching 1.8 tonne communication satellites and it is 2.2 tonne for the GSLV.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.08.2014 00:29:58
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg1244106#msg1244106
Цитатаinput~2 пишет:

According to Shar Director:
- By the 2nd week of October 2014: PSLV-C26 launch with IRNSS-1C
- In the 1st week of November 2014: launch of GSLV-MkIII (experimental)
- By the last week of December: launch of PSLV-C27 with IRNSS-1D

(source: http://www.prajasakti.com/index.php?srv=10301&id=1163333 (in Telugu))
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 18.08.2014 00:39:24
Состоявшиеся пуски
 
2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44
03 - 30 июня - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat, VELOX-1 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - Шрихарикота - 08:22
 
Планируемые пуски
 
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)
 
2014

6-12 не ранее 8 октября - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - ПО
1-8 октябрь- ноябрь - Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - Шрихарикота (или 2015)
24-31 декабря - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО (или 2015)

На зарубежных носителях:
2-я половина 6 декабря 1-й квартал 2015 - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

2015
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
середина года - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2DE - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - 3 DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2014 середина года - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО - два Aniara comsat - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV-СA(ПО) - ПО (или середина 2016 года)
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
после 2015 - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-(ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
не ранее октября 2020 - NI-SAR (NASA-ISRO scientific mission) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 ПО - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 17 августа
Изменения от 9 сентября
Изменения от 21 сентября
Изменения от 26 сентября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.09.2014 21:14:05
https://twitter.com/isro/status/515494421752598529/photo/1
ЦитатаMeanwhile at Sriharikota; PSLV C26 stage-2 stacked. Payload: IRNSS 1C satellite. Launch window opens: October 2014.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 03.10.2014 00:58:26
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44
03 - 30 июня - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat, VELOX-1 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - Шрихарикота - 08:22
04 - 16 октября - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - 00:02

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

2014

1-8 конец ноября 1-15 декабря - Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - Шрихарикота (или 2015)

На зарубежных носителях:
4 6 декабря - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

2015
январь - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО (или 1-й квартал 24-31 декабря 2014)
март 1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
март-апрель или июнь - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
ноябрь - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE II, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
середина года 2-е полугодие - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Три DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ПО - GSLV-F07 (Mk-II) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
середина года - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
конец года - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
июль - M3MSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SRE II - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
2015 ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2017)
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
2015 начало года - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО - два Aniara comsat - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATTSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - EnMAP - PSLV-СA(ПО) - ПО (или середина 2016 года)
ПО - Mars Mission 2 - ПО - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
после 2015 ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-(ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
после 2015 2017 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
не ранее октября 2020 - NI-SAR (NASA-ISRO scientific mission) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
202? - Human Space Flight Programme - GSLV Mk-II Mk-III - ПО
ПО - Unmanned Crew Module - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2E - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - Indian scientific mission to Venus - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 ПО - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Изменения от 1 ноября
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 26.10.2014 00:57:30
http://forum.nasaspaceflight.com/index.php?topic=1173.msg1276265#msg1276265
ЦитатаStan Black пишет:
Цитатаabhishek пишет:
ISRO  Budget outcome 2014-15
http://www.isro.gov.in/pdf/OutcomeBudget2014-15.pdf
ЦитатаLaunch of GSLV­-D6 with indegenous Cryo stages planned in June 2015
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 29.10.2014 13:08:32
http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/ISRO-Logs-Milestone-with-Cryo-Engine/2014/10/22/article2488866.ece
ЦитатаThe work is progressing on another CE-7.5 engine, which will power the upper stage of the GSLV-D6, a ditto version of the GSLV-D5, expected to be flown in March-April 2015.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 31.10.2014 01:54:06
http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/gsat6-slated-for-march-launch/article6545929.ece
Upd ated: October 30, 2014 01:45 IST
ЦитатаGSAT-6 slated for March launch  Madhumathi D. S.
 
 The 2,000-odd-kg satellite is to be launched on a GSLV launcher from Sriharikota
 
GSAT-6, the advanced communication satellite that got ISRO's arm Antrix Corporation embroiled in a controversy with erstwhile partner Devas Multimedia P Ltd in 2011, is slated for a March 2015 launch.
The S-band GSAT-6 satellite with five special transponders for multimedia services is "all done", integrated and should start thermovacuum tests in late November, according to ISRO Satellite Centre's Director, S.K.Shivakumar, whose centre readies all Indian spacecraft in Bangalore.
The 2,000-odd-kg satellite is to be launched on a GSLV launcher from Sriharikota. It was conceived in 2005 along with a follow-on GSAT-6A. The Centre cancelled the contract with Devas in February 2011, reserved GSAT-6 for military use; thereby hangs a hefty arbitration case pressed by Devas in The Hague.
Starting with GSAT-16 on December 5, ISRO has lined up a series of communication and Earth observation satellites over the next two or three years, Dr. Shivakumar told a news conference on Wednesday to announce Engineers'Conclave co-hosted by ISRO.
These satellites promise to fill a much needed demand for satellite capacity and continuation of services for users in the country. Currently, a third of the satellite capacity comes from on transponders leased on foreign satellites.
Among communication spacecraft, the 3,000-kg GSAT-16, as this daily has reported, will be flown on a European Ariane-5 launcher from French Guiana.
It will be followed by GSAT-15 in mid-2015; GSAT-18 [18] at the end of 2015; GSAT-17 in early 2016. (ISRO's satellite numbering order changes often.) All these satellites will be put in orbit on foreign launchers as the ISRO could not yet do it for 3000-class satellites, he said.
Among Earth observation satellites, Cartosat-2C will be the next to be flown in a year's time; it will have the highest ever resolution for an Indian satellite so far, of 62 cm. The best so far has been around 80 cm, but for select users.
"If this is achieved, it will be repeated for CArtosat-2D and 2E also," Dr. Shivakumar said.
With the GSLV-MkIII launcher se t for a test flight in the coming weeks, Dr. Shivakumar said it was expected to launch ISRO satellites of up to 4,000 kg in two years. The GSLV with a 2,000-kg capability is yet to become operational.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.11.2014 22:32:49
Состоявшиеся пуски
 
2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44
03 - 30 июня - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat, VELOX-1 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - Шрихарикота - 08:22
04 - 16 октября - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - 00:02

На зарубежных носителях:
6 декабря - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - 21:37 ДМВ
 
Планируемые пуски
 
Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)
 
2014

1-15 середина 15-20-25 18 декабря - Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - Шрихарикота (или 2015)

2015
январь - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО (или 1-й квартал)
март - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C28 (XL) - ПО
март-апрель - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
1-е полугодие - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
3-й квартал - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
2-е полугодие - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ноябрь - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE II, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Singapore) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - Три DMC3 (UK) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ПО - GSLV-F07 (Mk-II) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
середина года - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО
конец года - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
июль - M3MSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
январь - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
июль - CARTOSAT-2E - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
начало года - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
декабрь -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО (или 2016)
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО - два Aniara comsat NextStar-1, NextStar-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATTSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-(ПО) (Mk-II) или (Mk-III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-21 - ПО - ПО

2018
2017 январь - EnMAP - PSLV-СA(ПО) - ПО (или середина 2016 года)
2016 ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
2016 ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
2017 ПО - Вторая марсианская миссия - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
2017 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
не ранее октября 2020 - NI-SAR (научная миссия NASA-ISRO) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
после 2020 - пилотируемая миссия - GSLV Mk-III - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - индийская научная миссия к Венере - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 ПО - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

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Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 04.12.2014 10:26:24
ISRO Gears Up for GSLV Mark III Launch Between Dec. 20-25 (http://www.microfinancemonitor.com/2014/12/02/isro-celebrates-mangal-mahotsav-gears-up-for-gslv-mark-iii-launch-in-dec-20-25/#)
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.12.2014 19:16:04
http://itar-tass.com/kosmos/1628297
ЦитатаИндия запустит вторую миссию на Марс не ранее 2018 года
6 декабря, 11:40 дата обновления: 6 декабря, 12:39 UTC+3

 Глава Индийской организации космических исследований также отметил, что до конца текущего года пройдут испытания прототипа спускаемого аппарата пилотируемого космического корабля
(http://photocdn1.itar-tass.com/width/744_b12f2926/tass/m2/uploads/i/20141206/3912084.jpg)
 Глава ИСРО Коппиллил Радхакришнан  © AP Photo/Altaf Qadri  
 
БАНГАЛОР /Индия/, 6 декабря. /Спец. корр. ТАСС Александр Антипин/. Индия рассматривает возможность запустить вторую миссию на Марс в 2018 году. Об этом в эксклюзивном интервью корр. ТАСС сообщил глава Индийской организации космических исследований (ИСРО) Коппиллил Радхакришнан.
"Мы рассматриваем возможность запуска второй миссии на Марс, - подчеркнул он. - Пока не решено, будет ли она предусматривать посадку модуля на планету. Но что бы мы ни предприняли в данном направлении, это будет масштабная исследовательская миссия. Учитывая, что мы не успеем подготовить ее к 2016 году, следующая возможность запустить аппарат будет не ранее 2018 года или позднее".
Индия осуществила первую успешную миссию на Марс в сентябре текущего года, когда зонд этой страны Mangalyaan был выведен на орбиту Красной планеты. Аппарат был запущен в космос в начале ноября 2013 года, на его борту установлены специальные спектрометры, с помощью которых ученые надеются подробно изучить атмосферу и поверхность планеты.
Помимо Индии, только Роскосмос, NASA и Европейское космическое агентство смогли вывести космические аппараты на орбиту Марса. ИСРО также стала единственной организацией, которой удалось сделать это с первой попытки.

 О пуске  прототипа спускаемого аппарата пилотируемого космического корабля
 
Радхакришнан также рассказал, что Индия до конца текущего года проведет пуск прототипа спускаемого аппарата пилотируемого космического корабля.
По его словам, аппарат в качестве полезной нагрузки "будет нести ракета-носитель (GSLV Mark-III)", которая "может выводить на геостационарную орбиту тяжелые спутники весом до четырех тонн".
Она оснащена криогенным двигателем собственного индийского производства.
Предполагается, что аппарат весом более 3,5 тонн выведут на определенную высоту, после чего он должен будет совершить посадку при помощи парашюта в Бенгальском заливе у побережья Индии.
Радхакришнан напомнил, что Индия "в 2006-2007 годах провела оценку перспектив осуществления первой пилотируемой миссии". "Мы рассматривали вариант отправки в космос двух астронавтов, которые должны были провести на орбите неделю и в безопасности вернуться на Землю, - подчеркнул он. - В настоящий момент мы изучаем, как осуществить данную миссию и какие технологии нам для этого понадобятся. Таким образом, начало положено".
Собственный криогенный двигатель, предназначенный для ракеты-носителя (серии GSLV), Индия испытала в 2007 году. Он разрабатывался и производился на одном из многопрофильных предприятий ИСРО. В 2010 году Индия попыталась впервые запустить ракету-носитель с двигателем собственного производства. Тогда попытка не увенчалась успехом. До этого страна шесть раз успешно запускала аналогичные ракеты (GSLV) с криогенными двигателями российского производства.  
Первый успешный пуск ракеты-носителя с криогенным двигателем собственного производства (GSLV Mark-II) состоялся в январе текущего года. Эта ракета может выводить на геостационарную орбиту спутники весом до 2,5 тонн.
В начале декабря Радхакришнан заложил первый камень в основание предприятия по созданию криогенных двигателей в городе Бангалор в штате Карнатака на юге Индии. Оно будет совместным между ИСРО и ведущей авиастроительной корпорацией этой страны - Hindustan Aeronautics Limited.
Глава ИСРО добавил, что Индия в настоящее время "обсуждает возможность своего выхода на рынок коммерческих запусков тяжелых спутников на ракете-носителе (серии GSLV)". "Но это предложение пока находится в стадии обсуждения; ничего еще не утверждено", - указал он.
Индия уже успешно проводит коммерческие запуски на ракете-носителе, предназначенной для вывода небольших спутников на полярную орбиту (серии PSLV) с массой полезной нагрузки до двух тонн. Эти ракеты-носители уже доставили на орбиту 40 иностранных спутников.

О создании собственной навигационной спутниковой системы

Индия рассчитывает завершить создание собственной региональной навигационной спутниковой системы (Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System, IRNSS) в 2015 году. Об этом также сообщил Радхакришнан.
"Мы уже запустили три спутника, - напомнил он. - Оставшиеся четыре спутника, как ожидается, будут выведены на орбиту в 2015 году".
Пуск первого аппарата (IRNSS-1A) состоялся в июле 2013 года, второго (IRNSS-1B) - в апреле текущего года, третьего (IRNSS-1C) - в октябре. Все три аппарата вывели на орбиту собственные индийские ракеты-носители серии PSLV с единственного в стране космодрома, расположенного на острове Шрихарикота вблизи южной части побережья штата Андхра-Прадеш.
Как ожидается, спутниковая система будет покрывать территорию не только индийского субконтинента, но и регион в пределах 1,5 тыс. км от его границ.
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 08.12.2014 01:57:14
http://www.business-standard.com/article/current-affairs/isro-s-commercial-arm-inks-16-contracts-with-6-countries-114120300800_1.html
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 21.12.2014 12:29:58
Состоявшиеся пуски

2014
№п/п - Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ЛМВ)

01 - 5 января - GSAT-14 - GSLV-D5 (Mk-II) - 14:48
02 - 4 апреля - IRNSS-1B - PSLV-С24 (XL) - 15:44
03 - 30 июня - SPOT 7, CanX-4, CanX-5, AISat, VELOX-1 - PSLV-С23 (CA) - Шрихарикота - 08:22
04 - 16 октября - IRNSS-1C - PSLV-С26 (XL) - 00:02
05 - 18 декабря - Crew Module (SLP - суборбитальный пуск без верхней водородной ступени) - GSLV-X1 (Mk-III) - Шрихарикота - 07:00 ДМВ

На зарубежных носителях:
6 декабря - GSAT-16 - Ariane 5 ECA - 21:37 ДМВ

Планируемые пуски

Дата - КА - РКН/РБ - Время (ДМВ)

2015

январь 2-8 не ранее 15 марта - IRNSS-1D - PSLV-C27 (XL) - ПО (или 1-й квартал)
май июнь - Три DMC3 (Великобритания) - PSLV-С28 (XL) - ПО
март-апрель не ранее мая август - GSAT-6 (INSAT-4E) - GSLV-D6 (MkII) - ПО
4-й квартал - TeLEOS-1 (Сингапур) + 6 спутников - PSLV-С29 (CA) - ПО
март не ранее апреля 2-го 4-го квартала - IRNSS-1E - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО (или 2016)

На зарубежных носителях:
середина года октябрь - GSAT-15 - Ariane 5 ECA - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
июль - M3MSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ALSAT-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IinuSat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

2016
2015 ПО - ASTROSAT-1, LAPAN-A2, LAPAN-ORARI - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
1-е 2-е полугодие 2015 ПО - IRNSS-1F - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
2-е полугодие 2015 ПО - IRNSS-1G - PSLV-C(ПО) (XL) - ПО
январь ПО - RESOURCESAT-2A - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ноябрь 2015 ПО - CARTOSAT-2С, SRE II, NEMO-AM - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-2D - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
июль ПО - CARTOSAT-2E - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - коммерческий КА - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
3-й квартал 2015 ПО - GSAT-9 - GSLV-F09 (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - ПО - GSLV-F07 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-6A - GSLV-F11 (Mk-II) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
начало года - GSAT-17 - ПО - ПО
конец 2015 года ПО - GSAT-18 - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11 - Ariane 5 (ПО) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11S - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-Ka - ПО - ПО

2017
первый квартал - GSAT-19E - GSLV-D1 (Mk-III) - ПО
декабрь -GISAT - GSLV-F10 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-7A (IAF ComSat) - GSLV-F12 (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DR - GSLV-F13 (Mk-II)
ПО - GSAT-20 - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО (или 2018 )
ПО - NextStar-1, NextStar-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО- RISAT-1A - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SCATTSAT - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ADITYA-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - Chandrayaan-2 - GSLV-(ПО) (Mk-II) или (Mk-III) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-21 - ПО - ПО

2018
январь - EnMAP - PSLV-СA(ПО) - ПО
ПО - OCEANSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - CARTOSAT-3 - PSLV-C(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Вторая марсианская миссия - GSLV (ПО) - ПО

C неопределённой датой:
2017 - ПО - GSLV-D2 (Mk-III) - ПО
не ранее октября 2020 - NI-SAR (научная миссия NASA-ISRO) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
после 2020 - пилотируемая миссия - GSLV Mk-III - ПО
ПО - CCI-Sat - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - ASTROSAT-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-2 - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - индийская научная миссия к Венере - ПО - ПО
ПО -TES-HYP - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - GEO-HR - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ACTS-1(F) - GSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - ITM-1 - PSLV (ПО) - ПО
ПО - TecSAR-2 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - DMSAR-1 - PSLV-с(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RESOURCESAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - RISAT-3 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - InSat-3DS - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
2013 ПО - GSAT-4R - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - GSAT-8 - GSLV-ПО (Mk-II) - ПО
2015 ПО - GSAT-13 - GSLV (ПО) (Mk-II) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1H - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1I - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1J - PSLV-С(ПО) (XL) - ПО
ПО - IRNSS-1K - PSLV (ПО) (XL) - ПО

Попутная нагрузка:
ПО - Studsat-2A, Studsat-2B - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - I-STAG - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - SENSE-P, SENSE-E - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - NIUSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Pratham - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - Sathyabama satellite - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMSAT - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - VITSat-1 - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1B (ENVIRON) - PSLV-С (ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS-1E, IMS-1F - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО
ПО - IMS (ATMOS) - PSLV-С(ПО) - ПО

На зарубежных носителях:
ПО - GSAT-10R - ПО - ПО
ПО - GSAT-11E - ПО - ПО

Используемые сокращения:
КА - космический аппарат
РКН - ракета космического назначения
РБ - разгонный блок
ПО - подлежит определению
ЛМВ - летнее московское время
ДМВ - декретное московкое время
НВМ - неотделяемый весовой макет

Изменения от 21 декабря
Изменения от 6 января
Изменения от 11 января
Изменения от 8 февраля
Название: План индийских космических пусков
Отправлено: Salo от 06.01.2015 23:44:57
http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/isro-gears-up-to-launch-irnss-1d-115010600277_1.html
ЦитатаISRO gears up to launch IRNSS 1D
    
IRNSS 1D will put in place India's own navigation system on par with the Global Positioning System of the US
 
Press Trust of India  |  Chennai 
January 6, 2015 Last Updated at 12:42 IST

 After completing an eventful year, ISRO  (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Isro)is gearing up for some satellite launches this year, with the IRNSS 1D  (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Irnss+1d)being the first, which would put in place India's own navigation system on par with the Global Positioning System  (http://www.business-standard.com/search?type=news&q=Global+Positioning+System)of the US.
 
 "The launch campaign for IRNSS 1D has come, which starts on January 16. Within two months, all components from other ISRO labs have to reach Sriharikota. The launch is likely after March 15," a senior ISRO official told PTI.
 
 IRNSS 1D is the fourth in the series of seven satellites, the national space agency is planning to launch to put in place the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS). While four satellites would be sufficient to start operations of the system, the remaining three satellites would make it more accurate and efficient.
 
 The other launches also relate to the IRNSS series w