Tuesday, October 23, 2012

India Launches Satellite toughest Success

New Delhi: India has successfully launched its heaviest communications satellite GSAT-10 on Saturday (29/9). India state space agency said the satellite weighing 3400 pounds was made ​​in French Guiana has now been successfully orbiting in space.

"Vehicle launcher off at 02:48 local time, after the countdown going smoothly for 11 hours and 30 minutes," said Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

Reported by Xinhua page on Sunday (30/9), satellite communication mengobrit to carry 30 transponders unit with a navigation system component Gagan into space. After the success of the satellite orbit, ISRO has plans to use the Ariane-5 rocket the European Space Agency to launch another satellite ready for launch which is expected in November. (MEL)

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