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Цитата: undefinedBengaluru: Covid-19 has forced the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) to 'quarantine' its dream flight to space scheduled for this year. The first unmanned flight has now been postponed to 2021.ISRO was scheduled to send two unmanned flights, the second one with 'Vyommitra' on board -- the womanoid capable of monitoring crew module parameters, alerting ISRO and performing life support operations. Now, Vyommitra will undergo further tweaking to enable it to simulate human functions and interact with the environmental control and life support system.Even the missions next year are not a done deal. Whether we will launch two unmanned missions next year will depend on the emerging situations; we will have to decide based on what happens in the coming months. If Covid effects continue to hold sway, we may have to revisit some of our plans further, ISRO chairman K Sivan was quoted in the media.The unmanned space flights were a precursor or a test run for the ambitious project called Gaganyaan which would rocket an Indian to space. With the unmanned space mission getting 'Covided', the plans to send humans to space will also get pushed from 2021 to 2022. With the present conditions, the unmanned flight may not be possible this year. We are planning about five to six missions, including the GiSAT-1 whose launch was postponed earlier this year. The details of these missions will be made public later, Sivan was quoted as saying in ToI. However, ISRO will use this vacant window period to focus on satellite launches.
ЦитатаПолностью национальный спутник, разработанный и разработанный в Бразилии и Национальным институтом космических исследований (Inpe), Amazônia-1, который уже находится на заключительном этапе испытаний и должен быть запущен в феврале следующего года. «Этот спутник ориентирован именно на наблюдение за Амазонкой, он имеет ряд интересных особенностей и является на 100% национальным», - сказал министр науки, технологий и инноваций Маркос Понтес, который принял участие во вторник (14) в пресс-конференции.
ЦитатаИспытательный полет индийского пилотируемого корабля в этом году не состоитсяИндийские официальные лица говорят о малой вероятности того, что космическое агентство страны выполнит испытательный полет космического корабля, разрабатываемого по программе полета человека в космос Gaganyaan, в этом году. По сообщению агентства PTI, основная причина задержки работ - последствия пандемии коронавируса. Тем не менее, правительство сохраняет цель запустить миссию с экипажем к августу 2022 года, чтобы отметить 75-ю годовщину независимости страны. А.Ж.
ЦитатаAmid COVID-19 pandemic, Mission SSLV resumes at ISRO rocket launch stationISRO Chairman K Sivan has acknowledged that the organisation was facing trouble in carrying out regular activities. However, officials told Express that at least two launches would happen this year.Published: 25th August 2020 07:18 PM | Last Updated: 25th August 2020 07:19 PM | A+A A- For representational purposes (Photo | ISRO)By SV Krishna ChaitanyaExpress News ServiceCHENNAI: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) rocket launch station at Sriharikota has resumed work partially to carry out critical and essential activities related to the ambitious Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) project.Two key facilities, the Solid Propellant Plant (SPP) and Solid Propellant Rocket Booster Plant (SPROB), have opened for limited operations ten days after they were shut down.The maiden launch of the SSLV rocket, a smaller counterpart of the PSLV that ISRO developed to launch small satellites more frequently, was planned this year. However, the coronavirus pandemic has cripped ISRO's operations.ISRO Chairman K Sivan has acknowledged that the organisation was facing trouble in carrying out regular activities. However, officials told The New Indian Express that at least two launches would happen by the end of the year.Sources said SSLV casting was planned for September 4 and the premixing operation will commence from August 27.In an official communication, accessed by The New Indian Express, Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC Shar) controller V Kumbakarnan said: "In view of the prevailing COVID-19 situation in SDSC Shar, it is decided that SPP and SPROB will function with required staff to carry out the critical/essential activities related to SSLV with effect from August 25 and till further orders. Roster shall be drawn from the staff in SPP, SPROB and other participating entities for attending the duties."Apart from SPP and SPROB, other entities/facilities of SDSC shar will continue to function with minimum essential/skeletal staff. All the employees other than essential services/identified employees of SPP and SPROB shall work from home and should be available on telephone and electronic means of communication at all times and shall attend the duties on requirement, according to the new working modalities issued.Authorities said as a preventive measure to contain the spread of COVID-19, all the residents of housing colonies in Shar and Sullurpeta have been asked to remain in their houses and move out only in case of essential/emergency work by submitting proper documents to the respective Colony Welfare Clubs duly approved by the entity chiefs.
Цитата: undefinedЗапуск PSLV C49 в декабре09 сен, 2020, 09:18 ISTISRO запускает PSLV C49 в декабре в SHAR - СакшиКосмический центр Сатиша ДхаванаСвидетель, Саллурупета: Индийская организация космических исследований (ISRO) отложила запуск из-за пандемии Kovid-19. Она надеется осуществить хотя бы один запуск в декабре этого года. Естьтакже информация о том, что до конца финансового года планируется провести еще три эксперимента. Особенно в Космическом центре Сатиш Дхаван (Шар), в Индийском космическом стартовом центре. В этом контексте сектор ISRO готовится к перезапуску экспериментов.Предпринимаются попытки завершить эксперимент PSLV C49 в декабре этого года. Кроме того, PSLV C50 .. GSLV F10, запуск которой был отложен в последние минуты 5 марта этого года, планируется завершить к концу марта 2021 года.Планируется запуск первой лёгкой ракеты-носителя (SSLV), разработанной специально для коммерческого запуска малых спутников.
Цитата14 September, 2020 by BW Online Bureau Kleos Space S.A (ASX:KSS, Frankfurt:KS1, Kleos or Company), a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company has announced that the Kleos Scouting Mission launching on the Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) PSLV-C49 Mission from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), Sriharikota Range in India (SHAR) is being targeted during the 1st half of November 2020. The Company is launching the Scouting satellites under a rideshare contract with Spaceflight Inc, with the launch managed by NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), a Government of India company under Department of Space. The Kleos' Scouting Mission four satellites have been mission-ready since the middle of 2019, and were shipped to the launch site during February 2020, anticipating the launch during March 2020. Delay to the launch from March 2020 has been due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic situation.The Company has been informed (by NSIL via Spaceflight Inc.) that the launch of the four Kleos satellites planned on-board PSLV-C49 mission is being targeted during the 1st half of November 2020, based on the current status of planning of activities. This schedule is subject to change due to operational circumstances beyond NSIL control. NSIL via Spaceflight Inc. will confirm the exact launch date once the activities at the launch base progress successfully.
ЦитатаIndia has four fully built satellites ready for launchby CanIndia New Wire Service September 17, 2020Chennai, Sep 17 (IANS) India has four fully built satellites ready for launch and shipment to the rocket port out of the 12 that were built during 2019-2020, said a senior official of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).India realised 12 satellites during 2019-2020 out of which eight have been launched and four are ready for launch and transfer to the rocket port at Sriharikota, said P. Kunhikrishnan, Director, U.R. Rao Satellite Centre (URSC) part of ISRO.He was speaking at a space sector conference 'Ushering the new era in Indian Space Sector' organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in association with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Antrix Corporation Limited and supported by NewSpace India Limited (NSIL).Kunhikrihnan said out of the four satellites, GISAT-1 is ready for launch at the rocket port in Sriharikota.The other three satellites - Microsat-2A, GSAT-12R and, RISAT-2BR2- are ready for shipment to the rocket port.The launch of GISAT-1 satellite slated for March 5, 2020 was postponed due to technical reasons a day before the launch....
ЦитатаIndia's GISAT-1, Microsat 2-A, GSAT-12R, RISAT-2BR2 satellites ready for launch, says senior ISRO officialUpdated: Sep 18, 2020, 03:46 PM ISTIndia currently has 49 satellites serving various applications in Earth's orbit and four more are ready for launch this year, said Dr P Kunhikrishnan, Director of ISRO's Bengaluru-based UR Rao Satellite Centre, the lead facility which is responsible for building India's satellites and associated technologies.According to the official, GISAT-1, Microsat 2-A, GSAT-12R and RISAT-2BR2 are ready for shipment, which means they are ready to be sent to the spaceport in Sriharikota for launch.In the year 2019-20, ISRO built 12 satellites, of which eight have been launched and four are ready for launch. It is notable that ISRO hasn't had any launches this year, owing to the pandemic and related challenges.The maiden launch that was scheduled for early March had to be postponed owing to some technical reasons. Besides launching India's own satellites, the Indian space agency has also placed 319 satellites from 33 countries in orbit, thus far....
ЦитатаCHENNAI: After nine months of dry run, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will soon be taking to the skies. Two PSLV rocket launches are planned, tentatively, in November, and the work is underway in full swing at the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC-Shar) in Sriharikota.The last mission executed from Indian soil was PSLV-C48 carrying "spy" satellite RISAT-2BR1 on December 11, 2019. Although GSLV-F10 launch was planned on March 5, the mission had to be postponed due to technical reasons. Since then, the pandemic has crippled ISRO operations.The spaceport was particularly hit by over 150 cases of Covid-19, forcing it to go on a temporary shutdown, but the operations are slowly being restored. As per the latest working modalities issued by Shar controller M Srinivasulu Reddy, a copy of which is available with TNIE, ISRO is planning to launch PSLV-C49 and PSLV-C50."All employees in the scientific and technical category, and all officers in administrative category shall attend duties on all working days. All other employees shall attend work based on a roster that ensures 50 per cent workforce attendance," the circular stated.It added: "However, in exigencies of services and also to meet critical needs, the heads may engage more than 50 per cent of staff." Employees are directed to inform the office, if self or any of their family member is undergoing a Covid-19 test, and shall self-isolate till a conclusive result is obtained. "Suppression of information will be viewed seriously and action will be initiated," the circular said.
Цитата: undefinedJean-Yves Le Gall @JY_LeGallCoopération spatiale avec l'Inde. J'ai tenu ce matin avec mon homologue indien, Dr Sivan K, une réunion au cours de laquelle nous avons discuté de climat et d'exploration.@FranceinIndia2:06 PM · 30 сент. 2020 г.·Twitter for iPhone
ЦитатаDans le domain de l'exploration, la France participiera a la mission venusienne de l'ISRO dont le lancement est prevu en 2025
Цитата: undefinedSSLV Test Flight: ISRO to attempt launch of its new rocket-in-development by Dec 2020tech2 News Staff Oct 08, 2020 10:26:39 ISTThe Indian Space Research Organisation is working towards launching its new rocket, the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle, before the end of the year. Touted by the Indian space agency as a convenient small satellite launcher that can be put together in a week, the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) has been a long time coming. A 34-metre three-stage rocket powered entirely by solid fuel, the SSLV has been two-and-half years in the making - from the drawing board to the launch pad. It is capable of launching multiple satellites at different orbits.The SSLV can carry a 500-kg-payload to low-earth orbit (LEO) and a 300-kg-payload to sun-synchronous orbit (SSO). It is expected to fly on two test launches from ISRO's Second Launch Pad in Sriharikota.On the first flight, it will carry a military payload, Mircrosat-2A, to showcase its launch-on-demand capability. The 142-kg-satellite is expected to meet the ever-increasing user demands for cartographic applications, urban and rural management, coastal land use and regulation, utilities mapping, development and various other geographic information system (GIS) applications.On the second flight, it is likely to carry a commercial payload for BlackSky Global.A model of ISRO's SSLV rocket. Image: Maxima VigilantiaThe SSLV is currently being assembled in Sriharikota, with its many systems coming in from various ISRO centres, as per an IANS report.NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) has already put out brochures advertising the SSLV to seek potential customer in December 2019.The development cost of the rocket is about Rs 120 crore, and only the third stage of the PSLV rocket has been adapted to fit the new rocket so far. The cost of launching a satellite (per kg) will be similar to that of the PSLV, the report continued.Before the SSLV launch, November may also see the PSLV-C49 lift off around ten satellites to orbit, including India's RISAT-2BR2. After the PSLV-C49 flight, the launch pad will be reconfigured to meet the SSLV rocket's needs.
Цитата Stephen Clark @StephenClark1 1 ч. назадISRO chairman K. Sivan says India plans to resume PSLV launches in the first week of November. It will be the first Indian orbital launch since December 2019 after delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. #IAC2020
Цитатаanik @anik1982spaceПрезентация по индийской пилотируемой программе Gaganyaan1:17 PM · 5 окт. 2020 г.·Twitter for iPhoneanik @anik1982space · 5 окт.В ответ@anik1982spaceВ последнем слайде синим показаны позиции, которые делает Россия
Цитата: Salo от 14.09.2020 01:29:592-8 ноября - RISAT-2BR2, KSM-1, KSM-2, KSM-3, KSM-4 (Люксембург), четыре Lemur-2 (США) - PSLV-QL (С49) - Шрихарикота 2
Цитата NanoAvionics @NanoAvionics 2 ч. назадTHUMBS UP for #NanoAvionics engineers who despite all pandemic-related obstacles went all the way to the the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, India to integrate our R2 #nanosat with the PSLV-C49 launch vehicle!Save the date - 6th November 2020#NewSpace #nanosatellite #CubeSat