The rocket launch by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) was successful. 36 satellites sent by ISRO were put into orbit by LVM-3 rocket. ISRO announced that the rocket launch was successful. LVM-3 rocket was launched at Satish Dhawan Space Research Center (SHAAR) in Sriharikota on Sunday morning. As per the schedule, the LVM-3 rocket started its journey to Ninggi from Shar launch pad at 9 am. It left with a total of 36 satellites belonging to One Web.
After a journey of about 20 minutes, it is 450 km from the earth’s surface. reached The rocket launched the carrying satellites one by one into a Leo Orbital circular orbit. Whereas, LVM-3M-3 rocket height is 43.5 meters. Weight 643 tons. The weight of 36 satellites is 5,805 kg. The weight of the satellites carried by the rocket is 5.8 tonnes.
An agreement has been signed between ISRO’s New Space India Limited and OneWeb to add a total of 72 satellites to Ningi. As part of this, the first 36 satellites were put into space on October 23 last year. The remaining 36 satellites were put into orbit in the latest launch.
The mission launch took place from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, AP.
#WATCH | Andhra Pradesh: The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) launches India’s largest LVM3 rocket carrying 36 satellites from Sriharikota
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— ANI (@ANI) March 26, 2023