PSLV-C56 ISRO to launch PSLV-C56 with six co-passenger satellites on 30th July at 6:30 AM from the first launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.
PSLV-C56 in news
At 6:30, the ISRO announced that PSLV-C56 will carry Singapore’s DS-SAR satellite with 6 co-passenger satellites on 30th July at 6:30 AM from the launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota. With the weight of 3600 kg developed by DSTA, DS-SAR would be launched into a Near Equatorial Orbit (NEO) at a 5-degree inclination and 535 km altitude. Once the DA-SAR satellite is deployed and operational, it will support the satellite imagery requirements of various agencies within the Government of Singapore, which will use the satellite for multi-responsive imagery and geospatial services for their commercial customers.
About 6 Co-Passengers
- VELOX-AM, a technology demonstration microsatellite.
- Atmospheric Coupling and Dynamics Explorer (ARCADE), an experimental satellite.
- SCOOB-II, a 3U nanosatellite flying a technology demonstrator payload.
- NuLIoN by NuSpace, an advanced 3U nanosatellite enabling seamless IoT connectivity in both urban & remote locations.
- Galassia-2, a 3U nanosatellite that will be orbiting at low earth orbit.
- ORB-12 STRIDER, a satellite developed under an International collaboration.
On which date do ISRO is launching PSLV-C56 with six co-passenger satellites?
On 30th July at 6:30 AM, ISRO is launching PSLV-C56 with six co-passenger satellites
Where will the DS-SAR be launched?
DS-SAR will be launched into a Near Equatorial Orbit (NEO) at a 5-degree inclination and 535 km altitude.