Prime minister congratulates ISRO for the launching of 2 foreign satellite
Sriharikota / New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched the UK’s Earth observation satellites NovaSAR and S1-4 from its Space Center on Sunday and successfully installed it in orbit.
NovaSAR is to be used for wild mapping, groundwater, and monitoring of the surface of ice, flood and disaster monitoring.
— ANI (@ANI) September 16, 2018
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated ISRO Space Scientists on this and said that it reflects India’s greatness in the competitive space business.
Congratulations to our space scientists! ISRO successfully launched PSLV C42, putting two UK satellites in orbit, demonstrating India’s prowess in the competitive space business. @isro
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) September 16, 2018
Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “Congratulations to our space scientists. ISRO successfully launched PSLV-C42 and delivered two British satellites into the classroom. It reflects India’s immense power in the competitive space business. “
S 1-4 will be used for the survey of resources, environmental monitoring, urban management, and disaster monitoring. The PSLV-C42 space station on both satellites left the Satish Dhawan Space Center’s first launchpad at 10:08 pm on Sunday night.
PSLV established satellites in the classroom after 45 seconds of 17 minutes of launch. ISRO president Sivan said that the mission was successful.
He congratulated the scientists. He said that in the next six months, 10 satellite missions and eight launch vehicle missions will be launched.
Sivan said that ISRO’s moon mission will be launched on January 3, 2019. About six months ago, ISRO successfully set up the INRSS-1 I Navigation Satellite in the class.