WATCH: ISRO launches two Singaporean satellites to space on PSLV-C55
Andhra Pradesh: The Indian Space Research Organisation launched two customer satellites into space on Saturday. According to ISRO, both the satellites belonging to Singapore, are being launched under a contract with the commercial arm of the Indian Space Agency, New Space India Limited (NSIL).
As per India Today, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle lifted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota at 2:19 PM to deposit the over 700 kg payloads around the planet.
The PSLV-C55 mission will lift off with two big satellites with the TeLEOS-2, a synthetic Aperture Radar satellite as the primary mission and Lumelite-4 a technology demonstration nano-satellite, will be a co-passenger satellite. The two satellites combined weight around 757 Kilograms.
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