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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1580 on: 04/01/2019 08:08 am »
Performed launches in 2019
January 24  18:07 UTC- PSLV DL C44 (FLP)- Microsat-R
April 1st 03:57 UTC- PSLV-QL C45 - EMISAT & 28 others

February 5 21:01 UTC- Ariane 5 - GSAT-31 (repl. for Insat-4CR)

Planned launches
2019
mid May 22- PSLV C46 - RISAT-2BR1
June - PSLV C47 - Cartosat-3 + (Nemo-AM?)
July - PSLV - RISAT-2BR1
July 9-16 - GSLV MkIII M1 (SLP) - Chandrayaan-2
August - SSLV Demo 1 - "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B"
Sept to Nov - GSLV  - GISAT-1 (GEO Imaging SATellite)
September (tbc) - GSLV MkIII- GSAT-20
October - PSLV - RISAT-2BR2
NET October - SSLV Demo 2
November - GSLV - GISAT-2
     - PSLV - HRSAT (3 s/c)
November - PSLV - RISAT-1A
(tbc)   - PSLV - IRNSS-1J


piggybacked  on  PSLV : IMS(Indian Mini Satellite)/Atmos, IMS-1E, IMS-1F,  IinuSat, IMS-B, PlanetiQ-1, PlanetiQ-2

June - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30 (repl. for Insat-4A)

2020
      - PSLV - Cartosat-3A
February - GSLV - GSAT-32 (repl. for GSAT-6A)
Q1 -  PSLV - Oceansat-3A
March  - PSLV - Cartosat-3B
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3S
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3
mid-year - PSLV -  Amazonia-1 (Brazil) & smallsats
     - PSLV - EnMap (Germany)
     - PSLV XL - Aditya-L1
     - GSLV MkIII D3? - GSAT-22
      - PSLV - RISAT-2A
     - PSLV - Oceansat-3

2021
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3SA
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3A
December - GSLV - NISAR (NASA-ISRO SAR sat)

2022
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3B
     - GSLV - Insat-3DS
     - GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan (First manned mission)
     - PSLV? - MOM-2


updated April 2
updated April 26
updated April 30
updated May 1
« Last Edit: 05/01/2019 09:02 pm by input~2 »

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1582 on: 04/02/2019 08:12 pm »

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1583 on: 04/02/2019 11:35 pm »
2019 Planned launches (expected pad assignments and launch targets)
mid May - PSLV C46 - RISAT-2B (FLP)
June - PSLV C47 - Cartosat-3 + Nemo-AM (SLP)
July - PSLV C48 - RISAT-2BR1 (FLP)
July - GSLV MkIII M1 - Chandrayaan-2 (SLP)
August - SSLV D1 - "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B" (FLP)
September - GSLV F10 - GISAT-1 (SLP)
September - GSLV MkIII M2 - GSAT-20 (SLP)
October - PSLV C49 - RISAT-2BR2 (SLP)
October - SSLV D2 - DRDO payloads (FLP)
November - GSLV F12 - GISAT-2 (SLP)
November - PSLV C50 - RISAT-1A (FLP)
December - PSLV C51 - HRSAT (3 s/c) (FLP)
December - PSLV C52 - IRNSS-1J (SLP)

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1584 on: 04/07/2019 04:49 am »
https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-pslv-c45-success-isro-sets-focus-on-next-pslv-for-risat-launch/articleshow/68753149.cms
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KOCHI: After the successful launch of PSLV-C45 on Monday morning, Isro centres in Kerala are focused on the next PSLV mission in May for launch of RISAT-2BR 1, a Radar Imaging Satellite for strategic surveillance and then Chandrayaan- 2 moon mission.
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Now, focus is on by Isro centres for the next PSLV missions and then the GSLV-MK III mission for Chandrayaan -2," ISRO chairman K Sivan told TOI from Sriharikota.
The next window for Chandrayaan-2 mission is by April end, if not, then it will be in June, said an official at Isro.
Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) director S Somanath said, "Tests are on for the PSLV-C46 mission in May for launch of RISAT 2BR 1, a Radar Imaging Satellite for reconnaissanceand strategic surveillance. It will be followed by PSLV-C47 mission to launch earth observation satellite Cartosat-3 in June. The date for launch of Chandrayaan-2 is yet to be finalised".

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1585 on: 04/25/2019 08:06 pm »
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/68894289.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
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Cabinet approves Rs 3,000 crore GSLV phase-4 programme for 5 launches
Surendra Singh | TNN | Updated: Apr 15, 2019, 19:31 IST
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A series of advanced satellites Gsat-20, Gsat-30 and Gsat-32 , which will boost communication capabilites of the country, will also be launched by early next year. While Gsat-20 and Gsat-30, a replacement of Insat-4A, will be sent to space from French Guiana, Gsat-32 will be launched from Sriharikota.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1586 on: 04/26/2019 06:57 pm »
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1588 on: 05/01/2019 05:44 pm »
Cross-post re: new Chandrayaan-2 launch window and landing date:
https://www.isro.gov.in/update/01-may-2019/press-release-chandrayaan-2

Good news, now official, launch in July, dates given

Launch window July 9-16, 2019
Landing ~ September 6, 2019
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1589 on: 05/04/2019 05:09 am »
https://spacenews.com/loft-orbital-fills-first-condosat-preps-for-quarterly-launches/
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WASHINGTON — Loft Orbital, a company preparing a constellation to carry payloads for customers who don’t want to operate their own satellites, has filled up its first satellite and booked a January 2020 launch through Spaceflight Industries.

San Francisco-based Loft Orbital will carry five customer payloads on its first mission, designated YAM-2, Alex Greenberg, Loft Orbital co-founder and head of operations, told SpaceNews. Greenberg said the satellite will launch aboard an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle to low Earth orbit.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1590 on: 05/05/2019 03:59 am »
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/69169011.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst
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Kanyakumari: India’s first mission to study the sun, Aditya-L1, will be launched in the first half of next year, chairman of Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) K Sivan told reporters at Sarakkalvilai in Kanyakumari district on Friday.


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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1591 on: 05/12/2019 05:09 am »
https://twitter.com/isro/status/1127192908472262656
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#PSLV-C46 set to launch #RISAT-2B from Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota at 0527 Hrs IST on May 22, 2019, subject to weather conditions.
Updates will continue.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1593 on: 05/12/2019 04:31 pm »
Performed launches in 2019
January 24  18:07 UTC- PSLV DL C44 (FLP)- Microsat-R
April 1st 03:57 UTC- PSLV-QL C45 - EMISAT & 28 others
May 22, 00:00 UTC- PSLV C46 - RISAT-2B

February 5 21:01 UTC- Ariane 5 - GSAT-31 (repl. for Insat-4CR)

Planned launches
2019
July 9-16 15 14 21:21 UTC- GSLV MkIII M1 (SLP) - Chandrayaan-2
June NET July- PSLV C47 - Cartosat-3 + (Nemo-AM?)
NET July - PSLV - RISAT-2BR1
August - SSLV Demo 1 - "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B"
Sept - GSLV  - GISAT-1 (GEO Imaging SATellite)
September (tbc) - GSLV MkIII- GSAT-20
October - PSLV - RISAT-2BR2
NET October - SSLV Demo 2
November - GSLV - GISAT-2
     - PSLV - HRSAT (3 s/c)
November - PSLV - RISAT-1A
 (tbc)   - PSLV - IRNSS-1J


piggybacked  on  PSLV : IMS(Indian Mini Satellite)/Atmos, IMS-1E, IMS-1F,  IinuSat, IMS-B, PlanetiQ-1, PlanetiQ-2

June - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30 (repl. for Insat-4A)

2020
      - PSLV - Cartosat-3A
February - GSLV - GSAT-32 (repl. for GSAT-6A)
Q1 -  PSLV - Oceansat-3A
March  - PSLV - Cartosat-3B
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3S
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3
mid-year - PSLV -  Amazonia-1 (Brazil) & smallsats
     - PSLV - EnMap (Germany)
     - PSLV XL - Aditya-L1
     - GSLV MkIII D3? - GSAT-22
      - PSLV - RISAT-2A
     - PSLV - Oceansat-3

2021
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3SA
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3A
December - GSLV - NISAR (NASA-ISRO SAR sat)

2022
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3B
     - GSLV - Insat-3DS
     - GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan (First manned mission)
     - PSLV? - MOM-2

Updated May 22
Updated June 9
Updated June 12
« Last Edit: 06/12/2019 01:16 pm by input~2 »

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1594 on: 05/18/2019 03:24 pm »
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Six years after courting Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions in the next 10 years, including a date with Venus in 2023.

While the spacecraft to Venus will lift off with more than 20 payloads, the next decade will start with interplanetary missions — Xposat to study cosmic radiation in 2020, Aditya L1 to the Sun in 2021, Mars Orbiter Mission-2 in 2022, Lunar Polar Exploration or Chandrayaan-3 in 2024 and Exoworlds, an exploration outside the solar system in 2028.
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Aditya L1 and Xposat missions have been defined. The rest are in planning stages

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms

(What's that "Exoworlds"? An exoplanet hunter telescope, or a probe to interstellar space? ???)
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1595 on: 05/19/2019 02:02 am »
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Six years after courting Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions in the next 10 years, including a date with Venus in 2023.

While the spacecraft to Venus will lift off with more than 20 payloads, the next decade will start with interplanetary missions — Xposat to study cosmic radiation in 2020, Aditya L1 to the Sun in 2021, Mars Orbiter Mission-2 in 2022, Lunar Polar Exploration or Chandrayaan-3 in 2024 and Exoworlds, an exploration outside the solar system in 2028.
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Aditya L1 and Xposat missions have been defined. The rest are in planning stages

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms

(What's that "Exoworlds"? An exoplanet hunter telescope, or a probe to interstellar space? ???)
The article is just a random rate. Seriously, when did he have timelines of Chandrayaan-3
An eco solar system mission like Voyager or Pioneer will take 10-15 years to materialize given our current level and it jumping outside solar system will take multiple decades.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1596 on: 05/19/2019 02:07 am »
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Six years after courting Mars, India has planned seven scientific missions in the next 10 years, including a date with Venus in 2023.

While the spacecraft to Venus will lift off with more than 20 payloads, the next decade will start with interplanetary missions — Xposat to study cosmic radiation in 2020, Aditya L1 to the Sun in 2021, Mars Orbiter Mission-2 in 2022, Lunar Polar Exploration or Chandrayaan-3 in 2024 and Exoworlds, an exploration outside the solar system in 2028.
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Aditya L1 and Xposat missions have been defined. The rest are in planning stages

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/after-mars-venus-on-isros-planetary-travel-list/articleshow/69381185.cms

(What's that "Exoworlds"? An exoplanet hunter telescope, or a probe to interstellar space? ???)
The article is just a random rate. Seriously, when did he have timelines of Chandrayaan-3
An eco solar system mission like Voyager or Pioneer will take 10-15 years to materialize given our current level and it jumping outside solar system will take multiple decades.

ISRO has actually had missions to the outer solar system/intersteller space planned for some time. I believe at one point they had a mission to jupiter planned for 2024. Given the current stage of the GSLV MK-3 program we should have the capability to launch interstellar spacecraft on escape trajectories from 2024-2025 onwards.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1597 on: 05/22/2019 03:22 pm »
Cross-post from the post-successful-launch speeches of RISAT-2B:
ISRO Chairman and Department of Space Secretary. Satellite has 3.6 m deployable antenna.

Chandrayan 2 between 9 and 16 July. Landing on Moon on 6 September.

Cartosat 3 follows.

Reusable Launch Vehicle second demonstration.

Smallsat Launch Vehicle demonstration mission.
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1598 on: 05/22/2019 03:51 pm »
<snip>
Interesting that they changed the launch date of Cartosat-3. It seemed pretty certain it was a June launch, before Chandrayaan.  There would be separate teams working on these missions, so it can't be a personnel issue.

Is the launch cadence posted by RH117 up-thread still in play?
Cross-posted and edited:
2019 Planned launches (expected pad assignments and launch targets)
<snip>
July 9-16 - GSLV MkIII M1 - Chandrayaan-2 (SLP)
NET July 16 - PSLV C47 - Cartosat-3 + Nemo-AM (SLP)
July - PSLV C48 - RISAT-2BR1 (FLP)
August - SSLV D1 - "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B" (FLP)
<snip>

Must PSLV C47 launch from SLP--why not from FLP in a parallel launch campaign to Chandrayaan-2  Is it a Cartosat-3 payload requirement?

Is the Chandrayaan-2 launch of such importance that personnel that would otherwise work a different, parallel launch campaign have been reassigned to the Chandrayaan-2 launch campaign?

Or, is it a matter of "optics"--to give the perception that ISRO's focus is the successful execution of Chrandrayaan-2, to the exclusion of other, pending launches?
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1599 on: 05/22/2019 08:44 pm »
https://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/science/isro-launches-radar-imaging-observation-satellite-risat-2b/article27211076.ece
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Chandrayaan-2 launch

Dr. Sivan, who is also Secretary, Department of Space, announced that the Chandrayaan-2 lander-rover mission would be launched between July 9-16.
The high resolution Cartosat-3, the first small satellite launch vehicle (SSLV) misison and the second test of a future reusable launch vehicle would follow from Sriharikota in the coming months.

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