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ЦитироватьJeff Foust @jeff_foustISRO's Krunal Joshi says the Chandrayaan-3 lunar lander mission is now scheduled for launch in July 2023.
ЦитироватьNEW DELHI : India's space aspirations are reflected in its missions to the Moon and Mars, the Gaganyaan, the country's first human space mission will be a major milestone in India's Space Odyssey, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Saturday.The Minister informed that unmanned Gaganyaan flight is scheduled by end 2023. Second unmanned flight will be by mid-2024 and the manned mission is planned by 2024.
ЦитироватьAt least 17 different tests are planned by ISRO next year before it carries out the unmanned space flight in December next year. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the Gaganyaan Mission in his Independence Day address in 2018 with a tentative target of achieving it in 2022, when the country completed 75 years of freedom from colonial rule.However, the Covid pandemic led to several delays and the first Indian astronauts are likely to undertake their maiden spaceflight by the end of 2024 or early 2025.
ЦитироватьChandrayaan-3 set for August 2023 launch: ISRO chairmanJacob P KoshyNew Delhi October 20, 2022 20:47 ISTUpdated: October 21, 2022 02:34 IST"C-3 is ready now. It is not a replica of C-2. The rover is there. The engineering is significantly different."The Chandrayaan-3 mission is expected to be launched in August 2023, S. Somnath, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), said here on the sidelines of a conference...."There is also a second set of satellites [of OneWeb] that will be launched in February next year," he added. ...Preparations for India's maiden manned mission into space or Gaganyaan were progressing with an expected launch date of December 2024. "They are going on slow and steady. It requires several critical steps to be crossed. There will be two unmanned missions and four abort missions before we decide on sending the manned mission. Of course all of them have to be fully successful."
ЦитироватьAditya – L1This is India's first mission for solar observation. The satellite will be placed around the Lagrangian point 1—which is approximately 1.5 million km from Earth—to dodge all kinds of eclipses and study the solar corona with the help of a solar chronograph. It is expected to launch in March 2023....X-ray Polarimeter SatelliteA space observatory to study polarisation of cosmic X-rays, 'XPoSat' is planned to be launched in the second quarter of 2023 on a Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV). The mission will last for five years to study approximately 50 brightest sources in the universe and gauge the radiation from each of them. ...NISARA Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite, 'NISAR', is a joint project between NASA and ISRO. The mission is to launch a dual-frequency SAR on an Earth observation satellite—the first of its kind. The estimated cost for this project is nearly $1.5 billion and the satellite is expected to launch by January 2024.This satellite will be used for remote sensing to understand the natural processes of the Earth like the Arctic and Antarctic cryosphere. It will be launched from India on a GSLV Mark II and the planned mission life is three years, orbiting synchronously with the Sun. ...Mangalyaan 2Otherwise known as the Mars Orbiter Mission 2 (MOM 2), Mangalyaan 2 is ISRO's second interplanetary mission to launch to Mars between 2021 and 2022. The mission will include a panchromatic camera, a radar, and a hyperspectral camera to understand early stages of Mars.With a duration of around one year, the mission is expected to be launched in 2025. Following MOM-2, ISRO has also proposed MOM-3 in 2030, with the objective of soft landing of a rover near the Eridania Basin, a theorised ancient lake on Mars....Shukrayaan-1Another interplanetary mission by ISRO, Shukrayaan-1 is a planned orbiter to Venus. The objective is to study the atmosphere and surface of Venus. This will also include studying the solar irradiance and solar wind interaction with the ionosphere. The mission is planned to be launched in December 2024 on a GSLV Mark II....AstroSat-2As a successor to AstroSat-1—whose operation ended in 2020—AstroSat-2 is India's second multi-wavelength space telescope and is expected to propel the study of astrophysics and astronomy. ISRO made the announcement of the opportunity in February 2018, seeking proposals from all institutions to further research and development in the field....Lunar Polar Exploration Mission LUPEX, also known as Chandrayaan-4, is a lunar robotic mission in collaboration with Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The objective is to send a lander and rover to explore the south pole of the moon by 2025. JAXA is providing the H3 launch vehicle and the rover, and ISRO will be building the lander.
ЦитироватьNew Delhi: India will launch the Oceansat-3 satellite on November 26, Earth Sciences Minister Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday.
ЦитироватьOceansat-3 to be launched on Nov 26: Jitendra SinghUpdated: Nov 8 2022 10:51PMNew Delhi, Nov 8 (PTI) India will launch the Oceansat-3 satellite on November 26, Earth Sciences Minister Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday.
ЦитироватьBENGALURU: India's privately built Earth observation satellite — startup Pixxel's Anand — will be among the seven satellites Space PSU NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) will launch as ride-sharing payloads along with Isro's Oceansat-3, which is tentatively scheduled to be launched on a PSLV-C54 on November 26.Anand will be the first privately developed Earth observation satellite to be launched from India and second from the Pixxel stable. The firm had launched Shakuntala using a SpaceX rocket in April 2022. Aside from Anand, NSIL will launch two private communication satellites (Thybolt) for Dhruva Space and four other satellites (Astrocast) for US firm Spaceflight."All of them are through commercial contracts and together the seven satellites through NSIL will weigh around 50 kg. The four satellites for Spaceflight are being built by Swiss firm Astrocast," an official said.Bengaluru-based Pixxel, which was initially looking at launch services in Russia, decided to launch its first satellite on an Indian launch vehicle in December 2020. Following that Anand was scheduled to be launched on the PSLV-51 in February 2021 making it the firm's first launch, but the firm withdrew the satellite owing to technical issues."Due to certain software issues that surfaced during the final satellite testing, we have decided not to proceed with our launch.." the firm had then said. It later launched Shakuntala. Sources in Isro said that the firm has now resolved all the technical issues and the satellite was ready for launch along with Oceansat-3 or Earth Observation Satellite-6 (EOS-6).Hyderabad-based Dhruva, which space qualified its satellite orbital deployer (DSOD 1U) earlier this year, will launch two tech-demonstrator satellites — their Thybolt-1 and Thybolt-2.Besides the NSIL payloads and Oceansat-3, the PSLV will also put into orbit BhutanSat — a satellite for Bhutan as part of New Delhi's diplomacy. Former Isro chairman K Sivan had described it as India's gift to Bhutan as part of the space diplomacy initiatives put in place by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. "We're helping their personnel to build the nano satellite which will be used for imaging purposes," he had told TOI earlier.Oceansat-3, the main payload, is part of a series of satellites from Isro dedicated to oceanography and atmospheric studies. The first two satellites facilitate a range of applications including cyclone prediction, documentation of chlorophyll concentration, phytoplankton blooms, atmospheric aerosols, and so on.The third in the series is expected to provide continuity and enhanced capabilities for sea surface temperature measurements among other things.While union minister Jitendra Singh has announced the launch date to be November 26, a senior Isro official said: "The date has been decided but an official announcement on the same will be made a bit later. The launch preparations are ongoing at the first launch pad in Sriharikota."
ЦитироватьSEATTLE – September 12, 2022 – Spaceflight, the leading global launch services provider, today announced it will launch four Astrocast 3U spacecraft aboard India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) mission under a commercial arrangement with NewSpace India Limited (NSIL). This mission, scheduled for October 2022, will launch from Sriharikota, India's Satish Dhawan Space Center, carrying the Astrocast spacecraft as a co-passenger to sun-synchronous orbit (SSO) along with the Indian national primary satellite.This launch represents Spaceflight's eighth launch on a PSLV and its fourth supporting Astrocast's nanosatellite Internet of Things (IoT) network and constellation. Once this mission is complete, Spaceflight will have launched 16 spacecraft in the Astrocast constellation, which enables companies to track and monitor assets in some of the world's most remote regions. "PSLV has long been a reliable and valuable launch partner to Spaceflight and we're excited to work with NSIL again after the COVID-19 restrictions of the last few years. By having experience working with many different launch providers around the world, we are able to identify missions that meet our customer's exact needs – whether that's driven by schedule, cost or destination. As Astrocast builds its network and constellation, we can offer them a range of launch options, flexibility and customization to support their long-term plans." said Curt Blake, CEO SpaceflightAstrocast is a long-time Spaceflight customer. In March 2022, the Satellite IoT (SatIoT) network operator extended its multi-launch agreement with Spaceflight to accommodate Astrocast's fast-growing IoT constellation. Spaceflight has previously successfully launched all 12 of Astrocast's spacecraft into orbit, including demonstration models dating back to Spaceflight's historic SSO-A mission in 2018 and PSLV-C45 in 2019. The companies most recently partnered and successfully launched an additional five nanosatellites on SpaceX Transporter-1 in January 2021. "This launch is helping us get closer to accomplishing our mission of building and operating the most advanced and sustainable satellite IoT network. Our long-standing relationship with Spaceflight and their access to, and experience with, an extensive portfolio of vehicles has provided us with the flexibility and customization needed to launch our satellites. Assured access to space is critical for us as we grow our network and our partnership with Spaceflight enables us to efficiently build out our constellation." said Kjell Karlsen, CFO AstrocastThe uniqueness of Astrocast's nanosatellite IoT network can be attributed to the fact that its Low-Earth-Orbit constellation of satellites offers users cost-effective, bidirectional communication and modules with long battery life that connect assets moving across its network. The small sized modules and antenna allow systems integrators to place a module on any device, from fishing buoys to container trackers or moving animals. Astrocast's solution has been designed to minimize the need for human intervention and repair, wherever possible, safeguarding the IoT business case.
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ЦитироватьPSLV-C54 / EOS-06 Mission LAUNCH SCHEDULED 26th November 2022, Saturday at 11:56 AM
ЦитироватьIsro to launch last PSLV mission of 2022: When and where to watch EOS-06 missionThis will be the 56th flight of the PSLV from India and the fifth and final launch for the vehicle in 2022.India Today Web DeskNew Delhi,UPDATED: Nov 25, 2022 11:48 ISTThe PSLV-C54 mission with Oceansat-3 is scheduled to launch from the first launch pad. (Photo: Isro)In ShortThe satellite will be deployed in the sun-synchronous orbitThey are synchronized to always be in the same fixed position relative to SunIsro is launching a total of nine satellites into space on SaturdayBy India Today Web Desk: The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is set to launch the final mission of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for the year. The PSLV-C54 mission will lift off from the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota with nine satellites, which include 8 nanosatellites.This will be the 56th flight of the PSLV from India and the fifth and final launch of the vehicle in 2022. The 44.4 meter rocket will launch with a lift-off mass of 321 tonnes with its primary satellite being the Earth Observation Satellite-6, also dubbed the Oceansat-3.The satellite will be deployed in the sun-synchronous orbit, which is a kind of polar orbit where satellites traveling over the polar regions are synchronous with the Sun. This means they are synchronized to always be in the same fixed position relative to the Sun. According to the European Space Agency, the sun-synchronous orbit ensures that the satellite always visits the same spot at the same local time.Also Read | This is what Isro is launching into space with PSLV-C54 mission on SaturdayWHEN WILL ISRO LAUNCH PSLV-C54?The PSLV-C54 mission with Oceansat-3 is scheduled to launch from the first launch pad at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 11:56 am on Saturday. The 24th Flight of the PSLV-XL version will separate the primary satellite in Orbit-1 following which an orbit change is planned using two Orbit Change Thrusters (OCTs) introduced in the Propulsion Bay Ring of the PSLV-C54 Vehicle.Isro is launching a total of nine satellites into space on Saturday. (Photo: Isro)HOW TO WATCH ISRO PSLV-C54 LAUNCH?As Isro launches the final PSLV mission of the year, we will bring you all the details of the mission and the developments in the minutes following the launch. You can follow all the developments at India Today Science.Meanwhile, Isro is also conducting a live stream of the launch. You can follow the Live Stream here.https://youtu.be/hHfDIMb37wMWHAT IS ISRO LAUNCHING WITH PSLV-C54?Isro is launching a total of nine satellites into space on Saturday, which includes the primary satellite EOS-06 and eight nanosatellites that have been developed by private companies and also jointly by India and Bhutan. The Earth Observation Satellite-06 is the third-generation satellite in the Oceansat series and is designed to provide continuity services of Oceansat-2 spacecraft with enhanced payload specifications as well as application areas.Meanwhile, Isro will launch ISRO Nano Satellite-2 for Bhutan (INS-2B) spacecraft with the PSLV-C54 mission. INS-2B will have two payloads, namely NanoMx and APRS-Digipeater. PSLV-C-54 will also carry Anand, a technology demonstrator nano satellite, which is aimed at demonstrating the capabilities and commercial applications of miniaturized earth-observation cameras.--- ENDS ---Edited By:Sibu Kumar TripathiPublished On:Nov 25, 2022
ЦитироватьНЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 26 ноября. /ТАСС/. Индийская организация космических исследований произвела в субботу успешный запуск ракеты-носителя с девятью спутниками, включая новейший аппарат для исследования океана. Как сообщает ведомство на своем сайте, запуск состоялся с национального космодрома на острове Шрихарикота.Ракета PSLV стартовала в 11:56 по местному времени (09:26 мск). На борту носителя находится спутник Oceansat 3, предназначенный для проведения океанографических исследований и наблюдения за процессами в мировом океане.Среди планируемых к выводу на орбиту малых спутников - аппарат производства Бутана. Этот небольшой 15-килограммовый спутник будет пролетать над бутанской территорией не менее двух раз в сутки и фотографировать поверхность страны. Кроме того, в космос отправлены малые спутники производства ряда индийских и иностранных компаний.
ЦитироватьSlew of laucnhes in 2023Mr. Somanath also said that ISRO will have a slew of launches in 2023. "ISRO is also planning to have its mission to the sun with its satellite Aditya-L1, a coronagraphy spacecraft to study the solar atmosphere, with a PSLV rocket next year," he said. The space agency will also launch a navigation satellite for the country's NavIC constellation. "ISRO has planned to launch four NavIC satellites and the first one will go up in 2023."
ЦитироватьNellore: Buoyed by the success of the PSLV-C54 mission on Saturday, Isro chairman S. Somanath said the PSLV will be used for a mission to the sun, to deploy the Aditya-L1 satellite, a coronagraphy spacecraft to study the solar atmosphere, next year.The spacecraft will be placed in a halo orbit around the first Lagrange point, L1, of the Sun-Earth system. A satellite around the L1 point has the major advantage of continuously viewing the sun without occultation or eclipses.Dr Somanath said several other missions are in the pipeline for the near future which encompasses navigation and commercial sectors.He said that the space agency plans to use its PSLVs, GSLVs, LVM3 and SSLV for a slew of satellite launches in the coming months.Referring to the successful launch of 36 satellites of UK-based OneWeb recently, he said that the firm contracted ISRO's commercial arm, NewSpace India Ltd (NSIL), to launch the next batch of 36 satellites in January 2023. Each launch fetches NSIL `1,000 crore, sources said.OneWeb is a joint venture between India Bharti Global and the UK Government.Among the plans is also the launch of a navigation satellite for the country's NavIC constellation, Somanath said, adding that the first of four will go up in 2023.Isro orbited eight satellites for the NavIC constellation, of which some are not working.The space agency will also send up its small rocket, the SSLV, Somanath said. Modifications have been made following the failure of the rocket's maiden mission this year, he said.
ЦитироватьAccording to ISRO, the Gaganyaan project envisages demonstration of human spaceflight capability by launching a crew of three members to an orbit of 400 km for a 3-day mission and bringing them back safely to earth, by landing in Indian sea waters.The first trial (uncrewed flight) for Gaganyaan is being planned by the end of 2023 or early 2024. This will be followed by sending Vyom Mitra, a humanoid and then with the crew onboard.
ЦитироватьIn February 2023, the LVM3 is to be launched again for orbiting another set of OneWeb satellites.
ЦитироватьНЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 21 декабря. /ТАСС/. Полет первого национального индийского космического корабля "Гаганьян" запланирован на конец 2024 года. Об этом сообщил в среду госминистр Индии по науке и технологиям Джитендра Сингх в письменном сообщении депутатам нижней палаты парламента.Госминистр также указал, что астронавты, назначенные для пилотируемого космического полета, уже определены и в настоящее время проходят специальную подготовку в Бангалоре. Перед пилотируемым полетом состоятся два полета кораблей в беспилотном режиме.Цитировать"Первый беспилотный полет программы "Гаганьян", то есть миссия G1, направлен на проверку характеристик ракеты-носителя, двигательной установки орбитального модуля, управления миссией, системы связи и операций по восстановлению. Миссия будет использовать гуманоида в качестве полезной нагрузки", - сообщил министр.Сингх указал, что первая беспилотная миссия G1 планируется на последний квартал 2023 года, за ней последует вторая беспилотная миссия G2, которая запланирована на второй квартал 2024 года, затем состоится пилотируемый космический полет - в четвертом квартале 2024 года...
Цитировать"Первый беспилотный полет программы "Гаганьян", то есть миссия G1, направлен на проверку характеристик ракеты-носителя, двигательной установки орбитального модуля, управления миссией, системы связи и операций по восстановлению. Миссия будет использовать гуманоида в качестве полезной нагрузки", - сообщил министр.
ЦитироватьIndia's second spaceport: $118 million sanctioned for land acquisition, setting up launch infraWIONChennaiUpdated: Dec 21, 2022, 04:21 PM IST(Representational image) Photograph:(PTI)Follow UsStory highlightsIn a written reply, Minister of State, Prime Minister's Office, Dr Jitendra Singh mentioned that a total of Rs 980.56 crore (approx $118 million) has been sanctioned for the 'Acquisition of Land and establishment of space launch centre infrastructure at Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu'. Of this sum, Rs.210.20 crore (approx $25 million) has been remitted to the Government of Tamil Nadu towards land acquisition, read the minister's response. It was also added that the construction activity would commence only after the entire land acquisition process is completed.Indicating steady progress of work in building India's second spaceport, the Indian government revealed that 81 per cent of land required for the project at Kulasekarapattinam, Tamil Nadu has been acquired. The remaining parcels of land are in advanced stage of acquisition, the government said. Land acquisition is under progress by Government of Tamil Nadu. Till date, acquisition of land to an extent of 1946.44 acres (out of 2376 acres) is completed by Government of Tamil Nadu and the same is taken over by Department of Space," as revealed in lower house of Parliament of India.In a written reply, Minister of State, Prime Minister's Office, Dr Jitendra Singh mentioned that a total of Rs 980.56 crore (approx $118 million) has been sanctioned for the 'Acquisition of Land and establishment of space launch centre infrastructure at Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu'. Of this sum, Rs.210.20 crore (approx $25 million) has been remitted to the Government of Tamil Nadu towards land acquisition, read the minister's response. It was also added that the construction activity would commence only after the entire land acquisition process is completed.About time of completion of the spaceport, it was broadly mentioned that it would take 2-3 years after land acquisition and after all clearances. ×Tamil Nadu is a southern Indian state. The new spaceport will be constructed in southern part of the state. The new spaceport at Kulasekarapattinam will offer some advantages over the existing and only spaceport in India at Sriharikota.Rockets flying into polar orbit from Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh need to perform a turn-manoeuvre to avoid flying over Sri Lanka. This needs fuel and reduces the mass that can be carried to orbit . While this doesn't have much impact on large rockets, it adversely impacts the capacity of small rockets such as the SSLV (Small satellites Launch Vehicle) and those being built by Indian start-ups.A launch from Kulasekarapattinam will enable a straight flight path to the polar regions (without having to overfly/ bypass Sri Lanka), thereby saving fuel and payload capacity. Given that smaller rockets are easier to manufacture, assemble and take lesser time to launch, it is important for India to have a dedicated spaceport for smaller rockets. Notably, smaller rockets are also attractive to foreign and domestic customers who are looking to launch small satellites at low costs.Two Indian start-ups are actively working on building indigenous rockets (to carry 500 kg and lesser to Low Earth Orbit) and would find the second spaceport an attractive location to launch from. Recently, a start-up Skyroot Aerospace demonstrated their sub-orbital rocket successfully and are hoping for an orbital launch by 2023-end. Another start-up Agnikul Cosmos is building a private launchpad at the existing spaceport in Sriharikota, in the run up to their maiden launch.You can now write for wionews.com and be a part of the community. Share your stories and opinions with us here.