ISRO PSLV-C39-India’s First Private Sector mission fails


the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) PSLV-C39-India’s First Private Sector mission fails 41st mission of PSLV has been unsuccessful heat shield did not separate, and the satellite remains enclosed within the heat shield,” said ISRO chairman AS Kiran Kumar.

Atomic clocks which are attached to Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System IRNSS-1 fails which sent in 2013 July. SO Scientists sent IRNSS-1H today.Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle fails the first time in 24 years. No failures from ISRO scientists previous sent satellites.

The trouble began three minutes into the launch, but the outcome was known only 19 minutes later. The IRNSS-1H satellite was to have been slung into orbit at around 507 km above the earth. Indian Space Research Organisation-ISRO mission, the satellite’s fourth stage in the launch mission.

Details Of launch happened at 7 pm from the Second Launch Pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.

The 44.4 metre tall PSLV-C39-India’s in its 41st flight was carrying the 1,425 kg satellite built and tested by ISRO along with a consortium of six small and medium industries.

The Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System (IRNSS) is an independent regional system developed by India on a par with the Glonass of Russia, US-based GPS, and Galileo developed by Europe.


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