BENGALURU: India’s space organization said the dispatch of earth perception satellite GISAT-1 has been deferred because of specialized reasons. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) had wanted to dispatch the earth perception satellite on March 05.
The ISRO said the “changed dispatch date will be educated at the appointed time” without revealing explicit subtleties on the specialized reasons or glitches.
The satellite was one of the key dispatches arranged by the nation’s space office during the current year.
Weighing around 2268 kg, the satellite was to be propelled from the geosynchronous satellite dispatch vehicle (GSLV-F10) from the subsequent platform of Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota. This could have been the fourteenth trip of the GSLV.
GISAT-1, the primary best in class earth perception satellite, was to be set in the geostationary or the geosynchronous central circle (GEO).
At whatever point propelled, the satellite would encourage close to continuous perception of the Indian sub-landmass, under cloud free condition, at visit interims and could likewise help the military in making arrangements for activities.