Proud moment for India: ISRO launches first space mission of this year with Bhagwat Gita and PM’s photos


The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) today set a new record in its name. ISRO has launched its first space mission this year from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. The Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) launched 19 satellites into space at 10:28 a.m. on Sunday. (PSLV-C51) is PSLV’s 53rd mission.

It will also send Brazil’s Amazon-1 satellite. In addition, 14 commercial satellites have been launched. This includes satellite space Kids India. The top panel of the spacecraft features a photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. “It is up to the Prime Minister’s self-reliance to unite India to start and space privatization,” SKI said. SKI also sent the Bhagwat Gita on the SD (Secure Digital Card) into space.

This year’s first spaceflight will take longer for the PSLV rocket. Its flight time is 55 minutes and 7 seconds. The total number of foreign satellites launched by India has reached 342. Of the other 18 satellites, four are from in-space. Three of them are from the Union Units of Indian Educational Institutions.

The 637-kilogram Amazonia-1 is the first Brazilian satellite to be launched from India. It is the Optical Earth Observation Satellite of the National Space Agency.

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