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PSLV brochures
« on: 08/21/2016 01:25 AM »
Archiving all PSLV mission brochures here.

Missing brochures:
  * PSLV-D2
  * PSLV-D3
  * PSLV-C10

Launch history:
PSLV-C1   - IRS-1D
PSLV-C2   - IRS-P4
PSLV-C3   - TES, PROBA, BIRD
PSLV-C4   - METSAT (Kalpana-1)
PSLV-C5   - IRS-P6
PSLV-C6   - IRS-P5, HAMSAT
PSLV-C7   - Cartosat-2, SRE, LAPAN TUBSAT, NANO PEHUENSAT
PSLV-C8   - AGILE, AAM
PSLV-C9   - CARTOSAT-2A, IMS-1, CanX-2, AAUSat-II, COMPASS-1, CUTE 1.7 + APD II, Delfi-C3, SEEDS, CanX-6, RUBIN-8
PSLV-C10 - Polaris (TecSAR)
PSLV-C11 - Chandrayaan-1
PSLV-C12 - RISAT-2
PSLV-C14 - Oceansat-2, UWE-2, BeeSat, ITU-pSAT1, SwissCube, RUBIN-9
PSLV-C15 - Cartosat-2B, ALSAT-2A, NLS-62 TISAT-1, NLS-6.1 AISSAT-1, STUDSAT
PSLV-C16 - RESOURCESAT-2, YOUTHSAT, X-SAT
PSLV-C17 - GSAT-12
PSLV-C18 - Megha-Tropiques, VesselSat-1, SRMSat, Jugnu
PSLV-C19 - RISAT-1
PSLV-C20 - SARAL, SAPPHIRE, NEOSSat, NLS 8.1 UniBRITE, NLS 8.2 BRITE, NLS 8.3 AAUSAT3, STRaND-1
PSLV-C21 - SPOT-6, PROITERES
PSLV-C22 - IRNSS-1A
PSLV-C23 - SPOT-7, AISAT, NLS7.1 Can-X4, NLS7.2 Can-X5, VELOX-1
PSLV-C24 - IRNSS-1B
PSLV-C25 - MOM
PSLV-C26 - IRNSS-1C
PSLV-C27 - IRNSS-1D
PSLV-C28 - DMC3-1, DMC3-2, DMC3-3, CBNT, De-OrbitSail
PSLV-C29 - TeLEOS-1, VELOX-CI, VELOX-II, Athenoxat-1, Galassia, Kent Ridge-1
PSLV-C30 - ASTROSAT, LAPAN-A2, NLS-14, 4xLEMUR
PSLV-C31 - IRNSS-1E
PSLV-C32 - IRNSS-1F
PSLV-C33 - IRNSS-1G
PSLV-C34 - Sathyabamasat, Swayam, LAPAN-A3, BIROS, M3MSat, SkySat Gen2-1, GHGSat-D, 12xDove
« Last Edit: 08/22/2016 06:50 PM by vyoma »

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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #1 on: 08/21/2016 01:29 AM »

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« Last Edit: 08/21/2016 07:24 AM by Stan Black »

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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #3 on: 08/21/2016 08:29 AM »
I've reformatted the attached press kits. This involves the following steps.

1) Extract images using PDF Image Extractor software.
2) Derotate, crop and if necessary specify image DPI using Irfanview software. Save as JPG file.
3) Create OpenOffice text document, set page size to image size with 0 cm border. Copy and paste images to document and save as PDF with compression option turned off.

The PSLV C4 METSAT 1 press kit was scanned into a bitmap file (which is why the file is quite large at 10.6 MB), but the resolution was only 72 DPI. Any new scans at 150 DPI or greater would be appreciated, as the small text can't be read in the current file.
« Last Edit: 08/21/2016 08:29 AM by Steven Pietrobon »
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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #4 on: 09/09/2016 07:30 AM »
« Last Edit: 09/09/2016 08:34 AM by Stan Black »

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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #5 on: 09/09/2016 07:49 AM »

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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #6 on: 09/23/2016 02:53 PM »
PSLV-C35 - SCATSAT-1, PISAT, Pratham, ALSAT-1B, ALSAT-2B, ALSAT-1N, NLS-19, Pathfinder-1
PSLV-C36 - RESOURCESAT-2A
PSLV-C37 - Cartosat-2 Series, INS-1A, INS-1B, 88xDove, 8xLEMUR, BGUSat, Al-Farabi-1, PEASS, DIDO-2, Nayif-1
« Last Edit: 02/10/2017 07:56 PM by vyoma »

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Re: PSLV brochures
« Reply #7 on: 10/25/2017 12:52 PM »
« Last Edit: 10/25/2017 01:34 PM by Moon Rabbit »
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