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ISRO launched GSLV Mk III, carrying a 3,136-kg GSAT- 19 communication satellite


ISRO launched GSLV Mk III, carrying a 3,136-kg GSAT- 19 communication satellite

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched its most powerful indigenous rocket, GSLV Mk III, carrying a 3,136-kg GSAT- 19 communication satellite, from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, in Andhra Pradesh, on Monday evening. The 43.43 metre-tall GSLV Mk III is a new, improved and powerful version of the GSLV rockets developed by ISRO, and features an indigenously developed cryogenic engine which provides a huge final thrust to the rocket after the initial solid and liquid fuel engine stages.

Satish Dhawan Space Centre in SriharikotaisroIndian Space Research OrganisationGSLV Mk IIIcarrying a 3-136-kg GSAT- 19 communication satelliteGSAT- 19 communication satellite

235-Crore Satellite


235-Crore Satellite

On May 5, the skies above the island of Sriharikota on the coast of the Bay of Bengal will light up with the launch of India’s giant Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) rocket on its 11th mission as it lifts off with what is being billed as “a message of peace like never before”.

The nearly 50m-tall rocket that weighs about 412 tons will carry what has been dubbed the ‘South Asia Satellite’ or what the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) prefers to call GSAT-9. The 2,230-kg communications satellite has been built in three years at a cost of Rs. 235 crore.

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Modi's space diplomacy puts India into new orbit


Modi's space diplomacy puts India into new orbit

India embarks on space diplomacy like never before.

For the first time, New Delhi is flexing its prowess of space technology by embarking on an unprecedented and un-chartered 'stratospheric diplomacy' through a special Rs 450 crore gift for south Asians.

India is carving a very unique place in the universe, this week New Delhi will 'gift' a heavyweight bird in the sky to its neighbours through the 'South Asia Satellite'.

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