Hello everyone welcome to KnowledgeSuttra. Today we are discus about the biggest victory of India. India launched 31 satellites on November 28. India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle lifted off Thursday (Nov. 28) and sent in circle a hyper spectral Earth-imaging satellite intended to survey vegetation, soil conditions and contamination in rich detail, at that point moved to a lower height to discharge 30 more satellite, including fortifications for Planet and Spire’s business Earth-watching heavenly bodies.
The primary stage wore out and ejected less than two minutes after liftoff from Sriharikota, and the PSLV’s second stage fluid powered Vikas motor touched off for a more than two moment consume. The rocket diverted south from its underlying southeast course, a move proposed to guarantee the PSLV did not fly over Sri Lanka.
Another strong powered engine let go on the PSLV’s third stage, at that point a twin-motor fourth stage assumed control to quicken the Indian Space Research Organization’s Hyper spectral Imaging Satellite, or HysIS, into a circle around 395 miles (636 kilometers) above Earth, with a ground track slanted 97.96 degrees to the equator.
The 837-pound (380-kilogram) HysIS satellite isolated from the PSLV’s fourth stage around 17 minutes after liftoff as the rocket traveled south over the Indian Ocean. An on-load up camera demonstrated the HysIS shuttle taking off from the rocket in circle.
The PSLV’s upper stage proceeded with its flight, flying over Antarctica before reigniting two more occasions to bring down its elevation to around 313 miles (504 kilometers), setting the phase for arrangement of 30 more rocket.
The lower circle focused for arrival of the 30 auxiliary payloads is required to guarantee the satellites are pulled back to Earth for ruinous re-passages in the coming decades, and they don’t turn into a wellspring of long haul space garbage.
The 30 smallsats on board the PSLV mission, codenamed PSLV-C43, included 16 Flock-3r Dove Cube Sats, each about the measure of a shoebox, fabricated and possessed via Planet, a San Francisco-based organization with an armada of more than 100 smallsats committed to Earth-imaging.