Including S1-4 and NovaSAR
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ISRO PSLV- C42 Launch Countdown Started

ISRO PSLV- C42 Launch Countdown Started

  • maintained with Nova SAR and S1-4
  • On September 16, at 10:07 it would take off
  • aimed for the earth’s observation

The Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO had started a new countdown. Now, it is for the recent and latest PSLV- C42. It had started the countdown before the 33 hours from liftoff. At 1:08pm today the countdown for lauch of PSLV- C42 started. The launch will liftoff from the ‘Satish Dhawan Space Centre’.

Including S1-4 and NovaSAR
Including S1-4 and NovaSAR

The official socialmedia handle twitter confirms for the same, have a look:

This satellite will launch in a 583 km Sun Synchronous Orbit, tomorrow. The Polar Satellite Launch Vahicle- C42 aims is maintaining the Nova SAR and S1-4 along with it. So that these satellite would be able to fulfill its aim of successful research.

SPECIFICATION OF THE SATELLITE, PSLV-C42

The third launch of this year by ISRO marked the weights of two satellite around 800 kgs. The ISRO has informed about the launch today at nooon time, when it has started the 33 hours countdown for the launch. It had taken place at the ‘Satish Space Centre Sriharikota’.


This over intelligent vehicle is scheduled to launched two international customer satellite. Ant those are S1-4 and Nova SAR from the United Kingdom. This version of satellite was first flown in aPRIL 2007.

Looking at its  various characters, then it is the lightest PSLVs present in ISRO. So the launching of the two satellite of S1-4 and Nova SAR(Synthetic Aperture Radar), the Antrix Cooperate Limited which i sthe commercial arm of the ISRO is been contracted by the Surrey Satellite Technology Limited.

Including S1-4 and NovaSAR

Including S1-4 and NovaSAR
Including S1-4 and NovaSAR

The aim is to surve resources, environment monitoring and with urban managment it will also manage the surveyof disaster management. The Nova SAR would connect the survey of land use, ice cover, flood monitoring along with disaster monitoring.  Not onlyy this, but it will also work for ship detection and Maritime monitoring.

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