Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Wednesday launched its 40th communication satellite, GSAT-31, which will provides wide beam coverage to facilitate communication over large oceanic region, comprising large parts of Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean, using a wide band transponder.
🇮🇳 #ISROMissions 🇮🇳Here’s a lift-off video from @Arianespace.#GSAT31#Ariane5 (#VA247) pic.twitter.com/mHvltAXC1Y— ISRO (@isro) February 6, 2019
🇮🇳 #ISROMissions 🇮🇳
Here’s a lift-off video from @Arianespace.#GSAT31#Ariane5 (#VA247) pic.twitter.com/mHvltAXC1Y
— ISRO (@isro) February 6, 2019
According to details latest communication satellite was successfully launched from French Guiana making it the third successful mission by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) this year.
“It gives me great pleasure on the successful launch of GSAT-31 spacecraft on board Ariane-5, this is the third mission for ISRO in 2019,” Indian Space Research Organisation’s (ISRO) Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) Director S Pandian said soon after the launch. “GSAT-31 has a unique configuration of providing flexible frequency segments and coverage. It will provide communication services to Indian mainland and island,” ISRO Chairman Dr K Sivan said.
🇮🇳 Mission Accomplished! 🇮🇳 🙏 Thank You for your support 🙏#GSAT31#Ariane5 (#VA247)#ISROMissions pic.twitter.com/ACL7CUXzth— ISRO (@isro) February 6, 2019
🇮🇳 Mission Accomplished! 🇮🇳 🙏 Thank You for your support 🙏#GSAT31#Ariane5 (#VA247)#ISROMissions pic.twitter.com/ACL7CUXzth
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21 May, 2019