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NSIL to launch satellite for Tata Sky on June 22, Arianespace to launch

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  • Ku-band GSAT-24 satellite is developed by ISRO
  • It will provide high-quality television and broadcasting services
  • A Malaysian satellite is also to be launched

Ku-band GSAT-24 satellite is developed by ISRO

The country’s latest space PSU ‘NSIL’, the first demand-driven communication satellite for Tata Sky, will be launched on June 22. This launch will be done by Arianespace. The four-tonne Ku-band GSAT-24 satellite has been developed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for NewSpace India Limited (NSIL). It will provide high-quality television, telecommunication, and broadcasting services in the country. Arianespace said in a statement that this year’s Ariane 5 will orbit two geostationary telecommunication satellites – MEASAT-3d and GSAT-24.

It will provide high-quality television and broadcasting services

It has been told that the satellite will be launched for two old customers of Arianespace. One of these is a Malaysian satellite operator, while the other is NewSpace India Limited (NSIL). According to Arianespace, the launch is scheduled for June 22 from the Guyana Space Center in Europe’s spaceport.

NSIL announced last year that the satellite capacity of GSAT-24 would be leased out to meet the DTH application requirements of Tata Sky.

A Malaysian satellite is also to be launched

Talk about some more indigenous launches, ISRO has shown the first glimpse of Chandrayaan-3, the country’s third spacecraft going to the Moon. Its launch is anticipated in August this year and the assembly work is going on right now. ISRO has shown the upcoming mission through a documentary. The documentary titled ‘Space on Wheels’ has been posted on ISRO’s website. The country is celebrating the ‘Amrit Mahotsav of Independence’, as a part of the celebrations of which ISRO has showcased its achievements. Recently, ISRO Chairman S Somnath has said that the organization is testing the propulsion system for the third lunar mission.

Chandrayaan-3

Chandrayaan-3 was to be launched at the end of the year 2020, but due to the Corona epidemic, this mission has been delayed. It is a lander-specific mission, with no orbiter. This is because the first orbiter of Chandrayaan-2 is working properly. The Chandrayaan-3 mission is important because it will be ISRO’s second attempt to land on the Moon and will improve the path of interplanetary missions. The earlier mission was only partially successful.

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