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Monday, November 12, 2018

India to launch GSAT-29 satellite on Wednesday

climate conditions, India's overwhelming lift rocket Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mk III) is set to put into space the communication satellite GSAT-29 probably on Wednesday, the Indian space organization said. 

As per the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), it will be the second formative trip of GSLV-Mk III rocket with an evaluated conveying limit of four tons. The rocket will convey GSAT-29 weighing 3,423 kg (simply over 3.4 tons) and sling it into Geo Transfer Orbit (GTO) a little more than 16 minutes into its flight. 

At that point the satellite will be lifted to the last Geo Stationary Orbit (GSO) at a tallness of 36,000 km from the earth. With a plan life of 10 years, the GSAT-29 satellite conveys Ka/Ku-band high throughput correspondence transponders expected to meet the communication prerequisites of clients incorporating those in remote territories.

What's more, a few new advancements, for example, Q/V-band payload, information transmission through optical correspondence connection will be illustrated. This will help in acknowledging future propelled satellites, ISRO said. 

The dispatch is liable to climate conditions as tornado Gaja is relied upon to cross the Tamil Nadu drift on November 15. 

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