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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1681 on: 01/01/2020 12:56 pm »

Planned launches

2020

January 15 - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30 (repl. for Insat-4A)


January 17 (2:30 AM IST) - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1682 on: 01/02/2020 08:07 pm »
Performed missions in 2020
January 16, 21:05 UTC - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30 (repl. for Insat-4A)

Planned launches

2020
NET February 12 - GSLV  - GISAT-1 (GEO Imaging SATellite)       
March- PSLV C49 - RISAT-2BR2 + 4 Kleos + 4 Spiresats
April - SSLV Demo 1- "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B"
NET June -  PSLV - Oceansat-3A
mid year- GSLV MkIII- GSAT-20
mid-year - PSLV -  Amazonia-1 (Brazil) & smallsats
July - GSLV - GISAT-2
Q4 - PSLV XL - Aditya-L1
      - PSLV - Cartosat-3A
     - GSLV MkIII D3? - GSAT-22
      - PSLV-XL C50 - RISAT-1A
      - PSLV - RISAT-2A
     - PSLV - Oceansat-3
     - GSLV - GSAT-7R
      - SSLV Demo 2
      - PSLV - IRNSS-1J
     - PSLV - HRSAT (3 s/c)
     - PSLV - Spadex (2 s/c)
     - GSLV MkIII - ChandraYaan-3 (or 2021)
     - GSLV MkIII - IDRSS-1
    - PSLV - Risat-1B
    - GSLV - GSAT-32 (repl. for GSAT-6A)
    - PSLV - Cartosat-3B
     - PSLV - Resourcesat-3S
     - PSLV - EnMap (Germany)

2021
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3SA
     - PSLV - XPoSat
     -GSLV MkIII - IDRSS-2
     -GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan Demo 1

2022
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3A
Q1 - GSLV - NISAR (NASA-ISRO SAR sat)
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3B
     - GSLV - Insat-3DS
     - GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan Demo 2

2024
     - PSLV? - MOM-2

Updated January 3
Updated January 5
Updated January 17
Updated January 25
Updated February 3
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1683 on: 01/05/2020 05:32 pm »
http://database.eohandbook.com/database/agencysummary.aspx?agencyID=11
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Approved Missions timeline    
Mission                 Launch
CARTOSAT-3           Nov 2019   
OCEANSAT-3           Jan 2020
RISAT-1A                Mar 2020
GISAT                     Mar 2020
RESOURCESAT-3S   Jul 2020   
HRSAT                    Aug 2020
OCEANSAT-3           Oct 2020
RESOURCESAT-3SA Jan 2021
RESOURCESAT-3     Jan 2021
RESOURCESAT-3A   Jan 2022   
NISAR                    Jan 2022

Planned Missions timeline    
Mission                Launch
RISAT-1B               2020

Considered Missions timeline    
Mission                Launch   
SCATSAT-1A          2021
ATMSAT-1              2022
TRISHNA                2022

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1684 on: 01/06/2020 05:33 pm »
https://www.spacetechasia.com/isro-2020-what-to-look-out-for-in-indias-space-programme/
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A third lunar mission

Rumours that India will launch Chandrayaan-3, its third Moon mission, have been confirmed. Work has already begun, and the next mission will consist for a lander and a rover, and while utilizing Chandrayaan-2’s operational orbiter.

The first flight of the SSLV

ISRO will conduct the maiden flight of the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV), which will supplement the PSLV in catering to the small satellite market.

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Launch of the Indian Data Relay Satellite System (IDRSS)

ISRO will launch 2 satellites as part of its planned data relay constellation, which K. Sivan explained is necessary for Gaganyaan.

The first solar mission

India’s first solar mission, Aditya-L1, will be launched in the second half of 2020. The 1,500 kg satellite will function as a solar observatory and will be inserted in a halo orbit around the L1 point.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1685 on: 01/06/2020 05:43 pm »
https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/new-satellites-will-help-gaganyaan-crew/article30496759.ece
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Work on the two IDRSS satellites planned initially has begun. The first of them will be sent towards the end of 2020. It will precede the pre-Gaganyaan experimental unmanned space flight which will have a humanoid dummy. A second one will follow in 2021. The two will offer near total tracking, sending and receiving of information from the crew 24/7.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1686 on: 01/06/2020 07:21 pm »
Any "new news" regarding GSAT-32?  I suspect the February 2020 launch will be delayed?
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1687 on: 01/12/2020 05:23 am »

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1688 on: 01/14/2020 02:57 pm »
https://www.deccanherald.com/opinion/panorama/funding-research-in-astro-is-investing-in-technology-794295.html
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Q. You had a project to launch the Aditya-I, a space observation platform, with Isro. What is the status of this project?

A. Aditya-I will be launched by the end of next year or sometime in 2021. We are starting the integration of the payload within the frame of the satellite. It is not a joke to integrate this system because Aditya is going to study the corona of the sun. This necessitated upgrading our clean-room facilities in terra firma to test the efficacy of the system. We now have a 10-particle-per-unit cleanroom at IIA’s CREST facility in Hoskote where the integration and testing are being carried out. Following Aditya, we have also proposed to launch a next-generation UV telescope into orbit.

Q. This is a separate project?

A. Yes, this is a UV space observatory. It is called INSIST. It is an all-Indian spectroscopic Imaging space telescope, which will look at a galaxy, at a very high resolution.

Q. When can we see this project to materialise?

A. It is in what Isro calls the pre-project phase. The technology demonstration is being carried out. If this proposal goes through, we will have a launch in the middle of the next decade. No one else will have anything like this in space.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1689 on: 01/16/2020 12:31 pm »
https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/science/after-gaganyaan-isro-chairman-k-sivan-to-set-sights-on-space-station/articleshow/73237162.cms
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Isro is also launching dedicated two communication satellites — Indian data relay satellite system (IDRSS) to ensure that the Astronauts are in constant touch with the space agency’s scientists on ground throughout the mission.

Pointing out the need for a roundthe-clock communication system once a human is launched into space, Sivan said of the many options, IDRSS was the least expensive.

“I think August 2022 is a somewhat aggressive target given the complexity of human missions to Low Earth Orbit (LEO),” said Susmita Mohanty, CEO of Earth2Orbit, India’s first private space startup.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1690 on: 01/23/2020 07:13 pm »
https://www.financialexpress.com/lifestyle/science/india-brazil-space-cooperation-south-american-nation-to-track-isros-chandrayaan-3-and-gaganyaan-missions/1833159/
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Financial Express Online was the first to report about the launch of the Brazilian Satellite in 2020. According to a representative of the Brazilian Space Agency (AEB), “The launch of Amazonia with PSLV later this year is confirmed. It is expected to be launched either in June or July.”

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1691 on: 01/25/2020 06:26 pm »
Cross-post, already updated here:
The first developmental flight of the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) is expected in April this year

Has been, and will be, the FLP dedicated to the SSLV D1 launch campaign, since the previous launch from FLP in December, until April?

Will all orbital launches in the next few months be performed from SLP?
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1693 on: 02/01/2020 12:28 pm »
https://www2.cso.com.au/mediareleases/38078/kleos-space-confirms-shipping-date-of-first/
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31 January 2020 09:43
Kleos Space confirms shipping date of first satellites to ISRO launch site

Kleos Space (ASX: KSS) has received authorisation to ship its four Scouting Mission satellites to the integration and launch site on 11 February in preparation for launch.

The space-powered radio frequency reconnaissance data-as-a-service company will launch its first satellites aboard the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) PSLV C49 from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Chennai, India.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1694 on: 02/01/2020 12:31 pm »
https://ioccg.org/2020/01/feb-2020/
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Later this year, ISRO is also scheduled to launch the Oceansat-3 mission (tentatively  between June – October, 2020) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre. The payload for Oceansat-3 consists of three instruments, including the 13-band Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM, 360 m spatial resolution).  These instruments will collect data on ocean colour, sea surface temperature and wind vector data.  Oceansat-3 (and the follow-on Oceansat-3A mission, to be launched in 2020/2021) is envisaged to provide service continuity for operational users of OCM data from Oceansat-2, as well as to enhance operational services like potential fishery zone (PFZ) advisories, using simultaneous ocean colour  (chl) and  sea surface temperature (SST) measurements.

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1695 on: 02/03/2020 06:06 pm »
Cross-posts:
GISAT-1 is currently expected to be launched no earlier than February 12, 2020
Launch date bracket shrinks to Feb 12 - 16.

PSLV C49 launch pushed back to March

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1696 on: 02/11/2020 08:37 am »
Performed missions in 2020
January 16, 21:05 UTC - Ariane 5 - GSAT-30 (repl. for Insat-4A)

Planned launches

2020
March 5, 1213UTC - GSLV  - GISAT-1 (GEO Imaging SATellite)
March 31 - PSLV - GSAT-12R       
April - PSLV C49 - RISAT-2BR2 + 4 Kleos + 4 Spiresats
April - SSLV Demo 1- "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B"
mid year- GSLV MkIII- GSAT-20
July - GSLV - GISAT-2
September - PSLV -  Amazonia-1 (Brazil) & smallsats
Q4 - PSLV XL - Aditya-L1
      - PSLV - Cartosat-3A
     - GSLV MkIII D3? - GSAT-22
      - PSLV-XL C50 - RISAT-1A
      - PSLV - RISAT-2A
     - PSLV - Oceansat-3
     - GSLV - GSAT-7R
      - SSLV Demo 2
       - GSLV MkIII - IDRSS-1
       - GSLV - GSAT-32 (repl. for GSAT-6A)
       - PSLV - XPoSat

2021
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3
Q2 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3SA 
     - GSLV MkIII - GSAT-23

      - GSLV MkIII - IDRSS-2
     - GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan Demo 1
     - PSLV - Oceansat-3A
     - PSLV - IRNSS-1J
     - PSLV - HRSAT (3 s/c)
     - PSLV - Spadex (2 s/c)
     - PSLV - Risat-1B
     - PSLV - Cartosat-3B
     - PSLV - Resourcesat-3S
     - PSLV - EnMap (Germany)
      - GSLV MkIII - ChandraYaan-3
     - GSLV - Insat-3DS
 
2022
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3A
Q1 - GSLV - NISAR (NASA-ISRO SAR sat)
Q1 - PSLV - Resourcesat-3B
     - GSLV MkIII - GaganYaan Demo 2

2024
     - PSLV? - MOM-2

updated February 19
updated February 25
updated February 29
updated March 4
updated March 19
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1697 on: 02/11/2020 06:56 pm »
Re: GISAT-1 launch date/time; already updated here:

ISRO To Launch GISAT-1 Earth Observation Satellite On 28th Feb, 2020
http://www.indiandefensenews.in/2020/02/isro-to-launch-gisat-1-earth.html
At 5:30 am (LT) (00:00 UTC)
Caveat--source is a personal blog

And:
https://www.patrika.com/bangalore-news/gisat-1to-facilitate-continuous-observation-of-indian-sub-continent-5757731/
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Google translate:
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Preparations are underway to launch the Earth Observation Satellite GIAT-1 at Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota. The launch of this satellite is expected by the end of this month. It will be launched with a Geostationary Launch Vehicle (GSLV-Mark-2F-10).
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EDIT 2/13:
Apparently currently scheduled on March 5 at 12:48 UTC (18:18 LT).
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EDIT 2/21:
This article apparently points to a 11:55 UTC launch time (thanks NSF member Ohsin for the translation).
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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1698 on: 02/14/2020 02:54 am »
Assuming:

That the FLP is occupied with the SSLV D1 launch campaign until it launches.

And therefore, that the SLP is the only one available for PSLV, GSLV Mk II, and GSLV Mk III, until SSLV D1 launches.

Perhaps for the next few orbital launches?:
Planned launches, UTC

2020
March 5, 12:48 11:55 - GSLV MkII F10 (SLP) - GISAT-1 (GEO Imaging SATellite)
March April - PSLV-CA(?) C49 (SLP) - RISAT-2BR2 + 4 Kleos + 4 Spiresats
April - SSLV Demo 1 (FLP) - "DefenceSat-A/DefenceSat-B"
NET June -  PSLV-CA(?) C50(?) - Oceansat-3
mid year- GSLV MkIII (SLP) - GSAT-20
June or July - PSLV-CA(?) -  Amazonia-1 (Brazil) & smallsats
July - GSLV MkII F12 - GISAT-2

Edit zubenelgenubi Feb 13
Edit zubenelgenubi Feb 21

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Re: Indian launch schedule
« Reply #1699 on: 02/22/2020 01:46 am »
Cross-post re: RISAT-2BR2 launch; already updated here:
An exercpt from the local newspaper:
PSLV C-49/RISAT 2BR2 launch was planned on 19th March but due to some technical fault it is most likely to pushed into first week of April.
GSLV-F10 launch on 5th
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