ISRO made history during the Corona period, India's third eye will be placed in space


New Delhi: The Indian Space Research Organization has once again made its mark on the world. ISRO launched 10 satellites via PSLV-C49 at 3 pm. This launching program has been done from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota. Nine international satellites and one Indian satellite Earth Observation Satellite (EOS-01) were launched today.

The primary satellite EOS01 on this launch is a radar imaging satellite (RISAT). This is an advanced reset whose synthetic aperture is able to see even beyond radar clouds. All these satellites have been launched through a commercial agreement with New Space India Limited. The satellite EOS-01 is an advanced version of the Earth Observation Reset satellite, scientists said.

According to ISRO, EOS-01 is an earth observation satellite used to support agriculture, forestry and disaster management. According to ISRO, the satellites of other countries have been launched through a commercial agreement with New Space India Limited of the Space Department.

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