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FAILURE: IRNSS-1H, PSLV C39, SLP, August 31, 2017 (13:30 UTC)

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beidou:

--- Quote ---The ISRO is readying one of the two back-up navigation satellites IRNSS-1H to replace it in space in the second half of this year. IRNSS-1A was launched in July 2013 and has an expected lifespan of 10 years.
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http://gpsworld.com/3-atomic-clocks-fail-on-1-indian-satellite-replacement-prepped/

vyoma:
IRNSS-1H payload flagged off from SAC on 4th May 2017.

http://www.sac.gov.in/SACSITE/images/IRNSS_1H_Final.jpg

zubenelgenubi:
Cross-posting:

--- Quote from: vineethgk on 06/16/2017 05:44 PM ---PSLV C39 carrying IRNSS-1H scheduled for late July or early August

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chewi:
ISRO: After PSLV-C38 success, Isro sets focus on next PSLV-C39 launch by August first week
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-pslv-c38-success-isro-sets-focus-on-next-pslv-c39-launch-by-august-first-week/articleshow/59291143.cms

isro-watch:
Noticed a large truck on the Sriharikota Road with LPSC written on its back in the first week of July. I surmise, in all likelihood, it was the 2nd stage of PSLV for the August 2017 launch.

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