India’s Polar Satellite Dispatch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket is required to place 14 satellites into space in around 27 minutes after its lift-off at 9.28 a.m. on November 27 from the subsequent platform at the Sriharikota rocket port in Andhra Pradesh.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will send up its PSLV-XL variation with 14 satellites.

ISRO
ISRO

While the main luggage will be India’s 1,625 kg Cartosat-3 satellite, 13 nanosatellites from the US will be sharing the ride for a fee to be paid to NewSpace India Ltd – the new commercial arm of ISRO.

Around 17 minutes into its flight, the PSLV rocket will initially sling into space Cartosat-3 which will have a strategy of five years.

As per ISRO, Cartosat-3 is a third-generation agile advanced satellite having high-resolution imaging capacity.

To be set in a circle of 509 km at a tendency of 97.5 degrees, the satellite will outfit pictures that take into account the interest of urban arranging, rustic asset, and foundation advancement, seaside land utilize and land spread and others.

At about a moment later, the first of the 13 US nanosatellites will be placed into space. The last nanosatellite will be shot out into its proposed circle at 26 minutes and 50 seconds from the lift-off of the PSLV rocket.

As per ISRO, 12 of the US nanosatellites are named FLOCK- 4P are earth observation satellites and the thirteenth is called MESHBED, a communication testbed satellite.

It is a great achievement in the history of India will be launching 14 satellites with so many variants and working towards the betterment of the nation. It is going to help the economy grow better in the world and get our nation on high heads.