IRNSS 1C Satellite which was made by own technology was successfully launched

The IRNSS 1C Satellite which was used for Marine Research was successfully launched in the Space on yesterday morning with the help of the C26 rocket. This Operation was carried out in the Satish dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikotta.

This satellite was the third one from sent from India which is used for the GPS Technology. The ISRO Scientists are involved in the Operation of Launching the satellites which will be used to inspect the Road transport of India and also the Shipping Path .These satellites are also used to maintain the Global Positioning System i.e Called as GPS Service Which is mainly used in the Baridar Management.

They had planned to launch seven satellites for this Service. The IRNSS 1A and IRNSS1B satellites are already launched in the Space.

On following all these satellites, the IRNSS1C satellite which weighs about 1425 kilograms was also launched in the space with the help of the PSLV C26 rocket. This satellite was launched in the morning around 1:32 AM from the Satish dhawan space centre in Sriharikotta.

The IRNSS 1C satellite was exactly placed in the Polar Orbit of the Earth with in 20 minutes of Launching. This satellite was placed at 282 kilo meters near the earth and 20,670 kilo meters away from the earth.

The ISRO scientists had expressed there happiness after the launching. The life span of this satellite was 10 years. This satellite will send information to the Hassan control Centre in Karnataka.

The science and information Technology central minister Jitendra who had viewed this launching had informed that: The PSLV rocket was successfully sent to the Space for the 27th time. We had got our Own GPS Technology with the Help of the technology incorporated in IRNSS1C  satellite. He had also told that IRNSS1D satellite will be sent to the Space on December.

The ISRO scientist radha Krishnan had told that: The PSLV rocket had made the history again. The Rocket which was sent now was organized within 60 days. For the Past 4 days 1000 People are involved in the Work of launching the satellite.

The GSLV Mark 3 rocket which gives pride to India will be launched with in 45 days. Same like this the G- sat 16 will be also launched from the French Guyana. This Satellite will carry 48 Transponders.

IRNSS Satellite: The IRNSS satellites are launched for the Marine research and it is also used to inspect the roadway transport. Totally 7 satellites are going to be Launched.

These satellites will be useful to get the own GPS Technology for India. The Indian Navigation Association was developed to help the road way, airway and the sea way transports.  When this Assoication was developed, it will be also useful for the Baridar rescue operations and it will be also useful for the map creations. The information can be sent in the Sound format to the drivers.

The information to the transport will be sent with the help of this Association. Not only this it will be also used to send the accurate information to the Military, Air force and Sea Force.

This satellite consists of instrument named as corner cube retro reflector, it also consists of C-band Transponder and the Atom Clock named as Rubidium. These instruments are incorporated in this Satellite in order to exactly measure the distance through laser Bandwidth.

Launching 4 IRNSS satellites is more than enough to get the own GPS technology for India. Total Weight: 1425.4 kilograms, Life Span: 10 years, Distance travelling in the Orbit: Minimum distance from earth is 282.5 kilometers; Maximum distance is 20,670 kilo meters, Electricity: 1660 watts electricity was produced with the help of 2 solar panels.

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