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Sep 09, 2016
The first apogee raise maneuver of INSAT-3DR has been successfully carried out.

The first apogee raise maneuver of INSAT-3DR has been successfully carried out by LAM Engine firing for 2935sec from 08:39hrs IST on September 09, 2016.

Orbit Determination results from this LAM firing are:
apogee X perigee height was changed to 35882 km X 7001 km. Inclination is 9.02 deg. Orbital period is 12hr 49min.

http://www.isro.gov.in/update/09-sep-2016/first-apogee-raise-maneuver-of-insat-3dr-has-been-successfully-carried-out

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Second LAM firing of INSAT-3DR, at apogee for 3174sec has been successfully completed

Second LAM firing of INSAT-3DR, at apogee for 3174sec has been successfully completed on September 10, 2016 starting from 10:14hr IST.

Orbit Determination results from second LAM firing are: apogee X perigee height was changed to 35914km, 30470km Inclination is 0.419deg. Orbital period now is 21hr 45 min.

http://www.isro.gov.in/update/10-sep-2016/second-lam-firing-of-insat-3dr-apogee-3174sec-has-been-successfully-completed

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http://www.isro.gov.in/update/11-sep-2016/third-lam-firing-of-insat-3dr-294-sec-has-been-successfully-completed-september

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Third LAM firing of INSAT-3DR for 294 sec has been successfully completed on September 11, 2016 starting from 08:31 hr IST
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http://www.isro.gov.in/update/11-sep-2016/orbit-determination-results-third-lam-firing-are-apogee-x-perigee-height-was

Orbit Determination results from the third LAM firing are: apogee X perigee height was changed to 35908km, 35326km, Inclination is 0.121deg. Orbital period is 23hr 47m 26sec
« Last Edit: 09/11/2016 12:44 pm by c.hazra200 »

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In 3 orbit raising maneuvers, LAM of INSAT-3DR was fired for total of 6403 seconds where as for GSAT-6 it was fired for 6628.32 seconds i.e 225.32 seconds less than GSAT-6.
Reason ?
« Last Edit: 09/11/2016 01:12 pm by c.hazra200 »

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http://www.isro.gov.in/gslv-f05-insat-3dr/video-onboard-camera-of-gslv-f05

Video from onboard camera of GSLV-F05

From what I saw, there were two cameras on the second stage:

One mounted near the engine bell showing separation of the first stage and boosters.

And one mounted as a forward-facing view showing separation and ignition of the third stage.
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http://www.isro.gov.in/gslv-f05-insat-3dr/video-onboard-camera-of-gslv-f05

Video from onboard camera of GSLV-F05

From what I saw, there were two cameras on the second stage:

One mounted near the engine bell showing separation of the first stage and boosters.

And one mounted as a forward-facing view showing separation and ignition of the third stage.

I am curious, if they, continued to capture the video until, stage breakup in the atmoshpere, or splash down, or LOS. ?
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http://www.isro.gov.in/gslv-f05-insat-3dr/video-onboard-camera-of-gslv-f05

Video from onboard camera of GSLV-F05

From what I saw, there were two cameras on the second stage:

One mounted near the engine bell showing separation of the first stage and boosters.

And one mounted as a forward-facing view showing separation and ignition of the third stage.

I am curious, if they, continued to capture the video until, stage breakup in the atmoshpere, or splash down, or LOS. ?

I dunno 'cause I don't usually follow up with the Indian Space Research Organisation.
« Last Edit: 09/15/2016 05:48 am by ZachS09 »
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A PDF published by ISRO with images captured by INSAT-3DR in various bands

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