The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to make a new record that will make the country proud. Yes, ISRO is going to carry out 19 missions in just seven months.
As per the reports of TOI, The 19 missions include 10 satellite and nine launch vehicles scheduled to take off between September and March, said ISRO Chairman K Sivan.
The Chairman also told that with the two of satellites within 30 days consecutively for months.
However, ISRO will start its series of launch from 15th September with the PSLV C42 mission which will have the Novasar and S1-4- UK satellites as the main payload. While PSLV-C42 is a fully commercial launch.
In the month of October, ISRO has already scheduled to launch GSLV MKIII-D2 (aka Bahubali). The satellite features multi-beam and optical communication payloads to improve digital communication in rural areas, the report said. Also, in the same month, PSLC C43 will also carry (hyperspectral imaging satellite). The satellite will reportedly support viewing in 55 spectral bands.