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ISRO 50th Mission of PSLV48 Lunch RISAT2BR1

The 50th Mission of PSLV PSLV48 Will Lunch RISAT2BR1.

PSLV-C48 is scheduled to launch RISAT-2BR1 and 9 commercial satellites on December 11, 2019 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR

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The upcoming launch of rader imaging satellite by ISRO will bolster India's capability in all-weather surveillance of infiltration, military operation and disaster management

PSLV-C48, which is the 50th crucial PSLV, will dispatch RISAT-2BR1 from the Principal Platform (FLP) of Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota. The dispatch is probably booked at 1525 Hrs IST on December 11, 2019, subject to climate conditions.

RISAT-2BR1, a Radar imaging earth perception satellite weighing around 628 kg, will be put into a circle of 576 km at a tendency of 37 degree.

PSLV-C48 will likewise convey 9 client satellites of Israel(1), Italy(1), Japan(1) and USA(6) as co-travelers. These universal client satellites are being propelled under a business game plan with NewSpace India Restricted (NSIL).

PSLV-C48 is the second trip of PSLV in 'QL' design (with 4 tie on engines). This will be the 75th dispatch vehicle crucial SDSC SHAR, Sriharikota and 37th dispatch from the Principal Platform.
PSLV48 (Image Source ISRO)

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