In the most recent report by ISRO, the Indian Space Agency seems to be good to go to launch three earth observation or surveillance satellites – one on November 25 and the other in December. The three satellites have been proposed to build the nation’s border security. The three PSLV, otherwise called Polar Stationary Launch Vehicle rocket will likewise extend two dozen remote nano and microsatellites, as indicated by a report.
ISRO Cartosat-3 launching with 13 US Nano-satellites on November 25
The PSLV C-47 rocket which is good to go to be launched from Sriharikota a 9.28 AM on November 25 will convey a third-age Earth-imaging satellite Cartosat-3 as the essential payload and 13 business nanosatellites from the US. The deal for conveying of 13 US nanosatellites into space was marked by New Space India Ltd (NSIL) and that the Cartosat-3 will be put in a circle of 509 km at a tendency of 97.5 degrees.
Post that, Isro will dispatch two more reconnaissance satellites called Risat-2BR1 and Risat-2BR2 which will be put in circle by the PSLV C-48 and C-49 which will be launched from Sriharikota in December, as per spaceflight. ISRO had before launched the reconnaissance satellite Risat-2B on May 22 and EMISAT (electronic knowledge satellite to help DRDO watch out for adversary radars) on April 1.
The Cartosat-3 is a profoundly propelled satellite than its ancestor Cartosat-2 in view of its incredible resolution of 0.25 meter or 25 cm which implies it can recognize two items isolated by a separation of 25 cm. The satellite also gets a more extensive spatial range – 16 km swath in panchromatic mode. The Cartosat-3 will likewise get multi-unearthly and hyper-phantom capacities.