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ISRO Successfully Launches PSLV-C52

ISRO launched three satellites as part of the PSLV-C52 mission on Monday morning, according to the agency

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INDIA: The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) launched satellites on Monday as part of its first mission of the year, Mission Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C52), from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at 5:59 a.m.

ISRO launched three satellites as part of the PSLV-C52 mission on Monday morning, according to the agency. EOS-04 radar imaging is one of these, and it is designed to send high-resolution images of agriculture, forestry, and plantations, soil moisture and hydrology, and flood and weather conditions.

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The Earth Observation Satellite (EOS)-04 was launched into space via PSLV-C52, according to the report.

ISRO has stated that the launch of the PSLV-C52 satellite will be live-streamed on its YouTube channel on Monday. Its live streaming will begin at 5.30 a.m. on Monday as well.

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According to the Indian Space Research Organisation, the launch of this satellite will accelerate ISRO’s plans. Simultaneously, the space agency plans to launch 19 satellites, including Chandrayaan-3 and Gaganyaan.

The Indian Space Research Organization’s earth observation satellite EOS-04 and two small satellites were successfully placed into the intended orbit by the PSLV-C52 rocket on Monday, marking the first launch mission of the year 2022, a feat described by the ISRO as a “marvellous accomplishment.”

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Prime Minister congratulated the space scientists on the successful launch of the PSLV C52 mission.

Indian politician and member of the Bharatiya Janta Party Shivraj Singh Chouhan also congratulated ISRO for the successful launch.

Also Read: ISRO Likely To Launch Its First Solar Mission Next Year

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