The Indian Space Research Organization, or ISRO, said it was “analyzing the data” on release of Its smallest missile, the SSLV-D1, has been lifted off from space port in Sriharikota this morning, bear earth satellite observation and student Satellites.
“SSLV-D1 performed as expected across all phases. At the station phase of The mission, Some data loss occurs. We analyze the data to conclude final outcome of The mission with Regarding achieving a stable orbit,” ISRO President Somanath said.
The SSLV carries the Earth observation satellite-02 and the passenger satellite AzadiSat- developed by student team of “Space Kidz India”, an aviation organization that aims to create government school students with basic understanding and knowledge of space.
AzadiSat consists of 75 payloads built By 750 school students to celebrate the 75th anniversary of independence. female students who designed the satellite also Witnessed the launch of SSLV-D1 in the spaceport in Sriharikota.
SSLV-D1/EOS-02 Mission: First Flight of SSLV completed. All stages are performed as expected. Data loss is observed during the final phase. It is analyzed. will be updated soon.
– ISRO (isro) August 7, 2022
Three groups from our school participated in This launch sslv. I am so glad we got this opportunity. We really worked hard on Today we will witness the launch of AzaadiSAT satellite “Shreya, a student From Telangana, quoted as saying news ANI Agency.
The SSLV has a height of 34 meters, which is about 10 meters lower than the PSLV and has vehicle Diameter of 2 meters for 2.8 meters of PSLV.
This was the first launch of SSLV by space agency after success mission Polar Satellite Launch Vehicles (PSLV) launch with the Geosynchronous Launch Vehicle (GSLV) through the trusted backbone.
With input from agencies