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ЦитатаChennai, Feb 21 (IANS) The Indian space agency will carry out a series of tests to validate the design and engineering of the rocket and orbital module system for the country''s prestigious human space flight programme-Gaganyaan, a top official said.He also said the space agency would soon build its own astronaut training facility and launch its first small satellite launch vehicle (SSLV) or small rocket in couple of months time."The design and engineering of the launch vehicle and orbital module system for India''s human space flight has been completed. A series of tests have to be competed to validate the design and engineering of the systems in 2020," K.Sivan, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.He was speaking at the 70th Annual General Meeting and National Conference on "Recent Developments in Aerospace and Defence Technology" organised by Aeronautical Society of India.According to Sivan, ISRO''s aim is to have the first unmanned flight by the end of next year.The human space flight demonstration is planned before India''s 75th Independence Day in 2022 and four Indians are undergoing astronaut training in Russia.
Цитатаtnt22 написал:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/isro-to-split-up-unite-a-satellite-in-space-this-year/articleshow/74201580.cmsЦитатаIsro to 'split up & unite' a satellite in space this yearChethan Kumar | TNN | Updated: Feb 19, 2020, 13:25 ISTBENGALURU: Among things in Isro's pipeline this year, the space agency will be splitting up a satellite and then re-uniting it in space. This Space Docking Experiment (SPADEX) will be key in realising technologies for future human missions and the proposed space station.
ЦитатаIsro to 'split up & unite' a satellite in space this yearChethan Kumar | TNN | Updated: Feb 19, 2020, 13:25 ISTBENGALURU: Among things in Isro's pipeline this year, the space agency will be splitting up a satellite and then re-uniting it in space. This Space Docking Experiment (SPADEX) will be key in realising technologies for future human missions and the proposed space station.
ЦитатаТестовая кампания Amazon-1 началась в июне прошлого года в LIT.Спутник будет запущен из стартового центра Sriharikota (SHAR) в Индии ракетой PSLV (ракета-носитель Polar Satellite). Запуск запланирован на сентябрь этого года.
ЦитатаSalo написал:5 марта - GISAT-1 - GSLV-MkII (F10) - Шрихарикота 2 - 15:48
ЦитатаGSLV-F10 / GISAT-1GSLV-F10 is scheduled to launch GISAT-1 on March 05, 2020 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHARGeosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F10) will launch Geo Imaging Satellite (GISAT-1) from the Second Launch Pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota. The launch is tentatively scheduled at 1743 Hrs IST on March 05, 2020, subject to weather conditions....
ЦитатаThese initiatives and prospective missions include a third unmanned mission to the moon - the Chandrayaan -3, the Gaganyaan India's first human space flight mission and a brand new space launch station in Tuticorin, Tamilnadu. Indeed, two unmanned space missions will precede the human space flight mission, which is slated for launch in December 2021, in December 2020 and June 2021.
ЦитатаISRO @isroThe launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10, planned for March 05, 2020, is postponed due to technical reasons. Revised launch date will be informed in due course.11:50 AM · 4 мар. 2020 г.·Twitter Web App
Цитата5 мар, 08:29Индийскую лунную миссию "Чандраян-3" запустят в 2021 годуВ новом варианте повышена надежность конструкции аппаратов, заявил госминистр Джитендра СингхНЬЮ-ДЕЛИ, 5 марта. /ТАСС/. Индийская организация космических исследований (ISRO) намерена запустить к Луне третью национальную автоматическую экспедицию "Чандраян-3" в первой половине 2021 года. Об этом сообщил госминистр Джитендра Сингх, который курирует в индийском правительстве атомную и космическую отрасли."Ориентировочный график запуска "Чандраян-3" - первая половина 2021 года. Миссия "Чандраян-3" разработана на основе уроков, извлеченных из миссии "Чандраян-2", - цитирует в четверг Сингха информационное агентство PTI. Госминистр добавил, что в новом варианте повышена надежность конструкции аппаратов и в то же время максимально сохранены возможности "Чандраян-2".
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ЦитатаVOMFA0627/20 (Issued for VOMF PART 1 OF 2) - GSLV- F10 ROCKET LAUNCH FM SHAR RANGE, SHRIHARIKOTA WILL TAKE PLACE AS PER FLW DETAILS. : THE LAUNCH WILL BE ON ANY ONE OF THE DAY DRG THIS PERIOD.ACTUAL DATE OF LAUNCH WILL BE INTIMATED 24 HR IN ADVANCE THROUGH A SEPARATE NOTAM.LAUNCH PAD COORD : 134312.00N 0801348.00ENO FLT IS PERMITTED OVER THE DNG ZONESDANGER ZONE -1: IS A CIRCLE OF 10 NM AROUND THE LAUNCH PAD.DANGER ZONE -2: IS AN AREA BOUNDED BY FOLLOWING COORD I. 1205N 08450II. 1250N 08500III. 1220N 08620IV. 1135N 08610 DANGER ZONE -3: IS AN AREA BOUNDED BY FOLLOWING COORDI. 1055N 08835II. 1140N 08845III. 1105N 09030IV. 1025N 09020DANGER ZONE 4 IS AN AREA BOUNDED BY FOLLOWING COORDI. 0810N 09510II. 0935N 09510EIII. 0935N 09605IV. 0810N 09605ROUTES AFFECTED IN CHENNAI FIR :W20,A465,N571,N877,P761, P762,Q23 Q24,Q11,V4,V9CLOSURE/ALTERNATE ROUTING FOR OVERFLYINGW20 NOT AVBL BTN MMV-KAMGUALTN ROUTE: MMV-RAMDO-KAMGU (BI DIRECTIONAL)Q24 NOT AVBL BTN MMV - KAMGUALTN ROUTE: MMV-RAMDO- KAMGU (UNI DIRECTIONAL)A465 NOT AVBL BTN GURAS - MMVALTN ROUTE: MMV - KOLCA - GURAS (BI DIRECTIONAL)N571 NOT AVBL BTN IDASO - BIKENALTN ROUTE: GURAS - PT A (1206N 08330E)-BIKEN (BIDIRECTIONAL)P761 NOT AVBL BTN IDASO - DUMARALTN ROUTE: IDASO - PT B (1323N 08450E) -DUMAR (BIDIRECTIONAL)END PART 1 OF 2.0945-1345, 16 MAR 09:45 2020 UNTIL 03 APR 13:45 2020.CREATED: 06 MAR 05:35 2020
ЦитатаA twin satellite, Gisat-2, is scheduled to join Gisat-1 in orbit in August.
ЦитатаКоронавирус повлиял на работу над ракетой в SHAR. Работа над ракетой была прекращена в связи с приказами, полученными от штаб-квартиры ISRO. GSLV F10 был доставлен в VAB на прошлой неделе, а спутник GISAT-1 был отсоединен и в четверг отправлен в здание подготовки спутников № 2.
ЦитатаВспышка вируса короны повлияла на запуск ракет в космическом центре Сатиш-Дхаван (SDSC-SHAR) в районе Неллор. Стартовая кампания была остановлена в связи с приказами, полученными из штаб-квартиры ISRO. В настоящее время ведутся работы по запуску кораблей-носителей Polar Satellite C-49 и C-50. Запуск PSLV-C49 запланирован на этот месяц. Ракета-носитель GSLV-F10 на прошлой неделе была переведена в VAB (сборочный цех), а спутник GISAT-1 был удален и перемещен в подготовительный корпус 2 (SPB-2) в SHAR в четверг.
ЦитатаKleos Space team to be in Sriharikota for launch preparationThe satellites are planned to be launched using Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49).By AuthorIANS | Published: 12th Mar 2020 9:18 pmUpdated: 12th Mar 2020 9:43 pmKleos SpaceChennai: Kleos Space, a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service company on Thursday said its mission team will be travelling to the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Andhra Pradesh from March 18 to carry out the final preparation steps prior to launch of its 'four Kleos' Scouting Mission (KSM) satellites.The satellites are planned to be launched using Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C49)."We are on the cusp of the launch of our Scouting Mission satellites from Chennai (from Sriharikota near Chennai). Our combined team is undertaking final preparations for our satellites to be integrated with the PSLV launch vehicle. Kleos eagerly awaits the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), the launch provider, publicly announcing the upcoming launch date, until then Kleos is bound by contractual confidentiality," Andy Bowyer, CEO of Kleos Space was quoted as saying in a statement."Following launch, spacecraft operation engineers will guide the satellites from launch vehicle separation until they are established in their final orbit. This is an important milestone for Kleos as it will enable us to commence data delivery and revenue generation from early adopter contracts," he added.According to him, there is increasing demand for the company's global maritime geolocation intelligence data.He said the company's independent intelligence will complement existing datasets to enable the detection of hidden maritime activity such as drug and people smuggling, piracy, pollution and illegal fishing.The Kleos team will start travelling to the launch site on March 18 to carry out final preparation over a period of approximately six days prior to handing Kleos' nanosatellites over to New Space India (NSIL) for integration with the launch vehicle.The preparation activities include carrying out spacecraft checkout, battery charging, fuelling, setting the final spacecraft flight configuration and overseeing the dispenser integration.Kleos' Scouting Mission satellites will share the ride on PSLV-C49 with satellites from other organisations such as Spire Global.Kleos' satellites will launch into a 37-degree inclination orbit, providing unprecedented situational awareness over crucial shipping regions including the Strait of Hormuz, South China Sea and East and West African coasts, the statement said.Kleos' Scouting Mission satellites will detect and geolocate maritime radio frequency transmissions to provide global activity-based intelligence irrespective of the presence of positioning systems, in spite of unclear imagery and if targets are out of patrol range. These initial satellites form the foundation of a larger constellation that will deliver near real-time intelligence over key regions of maritime interest.
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ЦитатаISRO Plans to Launch 36 Missions in 2020-2021By TWC India Edit Team6 hours agoTWC IndiaIndia Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has slated as many as 36 missions for the next two years, the central government confirmed on Monday. These will include milestone missions like Chandrayaan-3 (Moonlander mission) and an uncrewed mission for Gaganyaan (human flight mission).The confirmation came from the Union Minister of State Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha.During 2020-21, ISRO has scheduled the launch of several satellites including ten earth observation satellites, three communication satellites, two navigation satellites and three space science satellites.Among the rocket launches, ISRO has scheduled launches of ten PSLVs, three GSLV MK II, and one GLSV MK III. In addition, two small satellite launch vehicles are also planned for 2020-2021."Indian Space Programme is focused on peaceful uses of Outer Space. Towards this, Space Technology should be used for the benefit of the country and society, provide solutions for developmental activities and address problems of the society at large," Dr Singh said in a written statement.For the 2019-2020 years, ISRO has successfully completed 11 out of the total targeted missions--four Earth observation satellites, Chandrayaan-2, four PSLVs and one communications and one space science satellite.One of the most anticipated upcoming missions of the space agency, Gaganyaan, is scheduled for launch in 2022. But before that, ISRO is likely to send two uncrewed missions--one by the end of 2020 and another by mid 2021. The precursor missions are supposed to carry a humanoid robot that will study the environment and perform all tasks designated for humans to conduct in orbit.Furthermore, the prior missions would also help to test the systems on-board, to ease out the task and detect any faults ahead of the maiden human flight. The humanoid robot named 'Vyom Mitra' will also perform a few micro-gravity experiments shortlisted by the Indian space agency. The spacecraft with the robot will travel the distance of 400 kms and will stay in orbit for seven days, just like the Human Gaganyaan mission. The Gaganyaan mission will carry three Indian astronauts to space.Moreover, the government has also decided on the tentative date of Chandrayaan-3 mission--the first half of 2021. It's the third lunar mission, which aims to do a soft-landing on the Moon's south polar region. As part of the Chandrayaan-2 mission the Vikram lander failed to make a soft-landing on the surface of the moon and ISRO lost contact with it just before the landing. In its second attempt, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will again attempt to achieve a soft landing on the south pole of the lunar surface, which is least explored to date.
ЦитатаLockdown in space: India's major missions Gaganyaan and Chandrayaan-3 postponed indefinitelyTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Major space missions, including that of India, have been put on hold due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. India's major missions, including Gaganyaan and Chandrayaan-3, has been postponed indefinitely. Space conferences are also postponed. Missions to the moon, sun, and mars have been postponed. SpaceX's ambitious flight service project through space has been stalled. 10 out of 18 research facilities of NASA have been shut down by March 25. A scientist of NASA had tested positive for coronavirus on March 9. By the end of the month, it had spread to numerous persons.At India's VSSC, the staff has been asked to work from home which brought an abrupt stop to rocket manufacturing. The centre is currently manufacturing sanitization products. Also, they are helping is designing ventilators for COVID-19 treatment, the director said.60 percent of ISRO's activities are done by private firms. Especially, the parts of rockets and satellites. Major companies, as well as small scale lathe institutions, are working with the ISRO. COVID-19 outbreak has apparently stopped all activities here.
ЦитатаISRO Said to Postpone Launch of GISAT-1 Imaging Satellite FurtherNo fresh date has been fixed for the launch of GISAT-1, the sources said.By Press Trust of India | Updated: 8 April 2020 16:12 IST The launch of GISAT-1 satellite has been pushed further due to lockdown imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, sources said on Tuesday.The launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10 was planned for March 5 but it was postponed due to technical reasons. In a statement, the Indian Research Revised launch date will be informed in due course.Sources, however, added that the next launch was scheduled to be held in April."But now we cannot launch GISAT-1 due to lockdown. An exercise like launching a satellite requires nearly 1,000 people to do deal with its various aspects," a source said.No fresh date has been fixed for the launch of GISAT-1, the sources said.
ЦитатаThe French space agency (Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales, CNES) has signed a contract with Airbus Defence and Space for the development and manufacture of the thermal infrared instrument for the TRISHNA satellite.TRISHNA (Thermal infraRed Imaging Satellite for High resolution Natural resource Assessment) is the latest satellite in the joint Franco-Indian satellite fleet dedicated to climate monitoring and operational applications. CNES and ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation) are partnering on the development of an infrared observation system with high thermal resolution and high revisit capability including a satellite and associated ground segment.
ЦитатаKleos Space Scouting Mission Satellites Awaiting ISRO To Launch PSLV-C49 By Sharmishte Datti | Published: Friday, May 1, 2020, 7:30 [IST] COVID-19 pandemic has brought various organizations to a standstill. This includes ISRO among other space agencies. As it's known, ISRO plays a crucial role in launching satellites, not just for India, but for other countries and private organizations as well. Fresh reports note that the Luxembourg-based Kleos Space is awaiting ISRO to begin launching satellites. Kleos Space Scouting Mission Awaiting ISRO Satellite Launch Kleos Space Awaits ISRO's Satellite Launch Kleos Space is a space-powered radiofrequency reconnaissance data-as-a-service company to enhance geospatial intelligence. The company is now awaiting ISRO's announcement for the launch of its rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle - C49 (PSLV-C49) notes IANS. In a statement, Kleos Space said that the company has shipped four Kleos Scouting Mission satellites to the Indian satellite integration and rocket launch site at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh in February 2020. All the satellite shipment reached India on schedule, right in time for the preparation of the launch. However, in March, the Indian government put the entire country in one of the most-expensive lockdowns, bringing in uncertainty about the future. The lockdown has delayed nearly all scheduled activities, including the launch of the PSLV-C49 by the Indian Space Research Organisation. Although the current delay is out of its reach, Kleos Space said in a statement that it's waiting for the launch date of the satellite. What Is Kleos Space Sending To Space? As noted, Kleos Space is a radiofrequency reconnaissance company based out of Luxembourg. ISRO was supposed to carry a satellite for Kleos Space, which once launched will cover crucial shipping regions for defense and security customers including the Strait of Hormuz, South China Sea, Australian coast, Southern US coast as well as the East and West African coast. The Kleos Space's Scouting Mission satellites are said to form a foundation of a constellation that delivers a global picture of hidden maritime activity, enhancing the intelligence capability of government and commercial entities. This includes even when the Automatic Identification System (AIS) is defeated, the imagery is unclear or targets are out of patrol range, the statement said. However, given the current condition where the lockdown is being extended, it might take a while to launch the satellite. However, nothing is certain yet
ЦитатаKeralaISRO units resume work in capitalTiki RajwiTHIRUVANANTHAPURAM, May 15, 2020 17:45 ISTIt could be months before space missions achieve normalcyThe easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions has enabled critical units of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) here to resume work after nearly two months, albeit on a limited scale. But it could be several more months before space-related activities return to normal, officials say.The Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) and the ISRO Inertial Systems Unit (IISU) had asked the staff, except personnel required for essential services, to stay home from March 23.Strict measuresNow, adhering to the guidelines issued by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT), the units have opened up the campuses to more of their staff, but the emphasis on disease containment measures remain stringent. All staff holding rank equivalent to deputy secretary and above have begun reporting for duty on a daily basis. As much as 33% of the remaining officers/staff have been directed to attend work.Safety measures are strictly followed on the campuses. "Internal meetings are restricted to a few people. The duration of the lunch break has been increased to avoid crowding. Employees are encouraged to bring packed lunches so as to keep support staff to a minimum," an LPSC official says.However, it could be months before the space missions achieve any semblance of normalcy, a senior official at the VSSC says.Missions affectedThe lockdown has forced the ISRO to put off two missions of the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) and one of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV). The lockdown has also affected future programmes including Gaganyaan, ISRO's ambitious human space flight mission."At the moment, much of the work is confined to internal activities on the campuses such as fabrication, R&D and mission studies. Major activities such as space missions continue to be hit due to the restrictions on inter-district and interstate travel and disruption of the supply chain," a VSSC official says.During the lockdown the space facilities here have not remained idle. They had redirected their resources to combat COVID-19, which included the development of different ventilator models.