New Delhi: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has successfully launched the much awaited mission Chandrayaan-3. After which Have ISRO is going to make history again. ISRO will launch seven satellites simultaneously on 30 July 2023. This is a commercial launch. Most of the satellites are from Singapore. The launch will be by PSLV-C56 rocket. According to the information, the launch time has been fixed at 06:30 am.
The flagship satellite in this launch is DS-SAR. Which is sent by DSTA and ST Engineering of Singapore. That is the Defense Science and Technology Agency of Singapore. Once the satellite is deployed and operational, it will assist the Singapore government in mapping. So taking satellite photos will be easy.
ST Engineering will use this satellite to take several types of images. So that geospatial services can be provided. Also commercial dealing can be done. DS-SAR carries a synthetic aperture radar payload. Which is made by Israel Aerospace Industries. The satellite will continue to take pictures day or night in any weather. The weight of this satellite is 360 kg. which will be launched into Near Equatorial Orbit (NEO) by PSLV-C56 rocket. Apart from this, six more small satellites are also going. All these are micro or nano satellites.