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GSAT-11 comes back to Guiana for December launch

GSAT-11, the heaviest Indian correspondence satellite worked to date, for quicker Internet network, is back by and by at the Guiana Space Center for an early December launch.

It comes back toward the South American port for the second time in a half year after it was reclaimed to Bengaluru in April for reviews. 

K. Sivan, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and Secretary, Department of Space, affirmed on Wednesday that the 5,700 kg shuttle was dispatched out of Bengaluru a week ago and has achieved the European dispatch port. GSAT-11 is as of now in Kourou. It was flown out a week ago. We are focusing on December 4 for its dispatch," Dr. Sivan said.

Arianespace, ISRO's long-lasting European dispatch administrations temporary worker, has matched GSAT-11 with South Korea's climate satellite GEO-Kompsat 2A. The two are slated to go to space on the equivalent Ariane 5 dispatch vehicle, numbered VA246.Arianespace's CEO Stephane Israel tweeted a pictorial welcome on October 29 neighborhood time as the satellite touched base at the port most of the way over the globe by an exceptional Russian Antonov payload flight. 

GSAT-11 is worked to give the Indian locale prevalent correspondence and 12 GBPS network with its different spot bars in Ka and Ku groups. 

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