2020 High Level Schedule<snip>> Advanced communication satellites - Gisat1 and Gsat-12R <snip>Source : https://m.timesofindia.com/india/isros-2020-target-sun-mission-gaganyaan-test-flight-mini-pslv-test-and-10-sat-launches/amp_articleshow/72931226.cms
Do we have a source for the NET March 31 launch date?
Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle C49 (PSLV) [and] C50 carriers are ready for launch.
According to local media report, ISRO is aiming to launch PSLV C50 in last week of August from Second launch Pad depending upon COVID-19 situation. [Article Language Telugu]https://www.prabhanews.com/2020/07/corona-effect-isro/
QuoteOfficials told TNIE that at least two launched would happen by this year end.source: https://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/2020/aug/26/isro-rocket-launch-station-at-sriharikota-resumes-work-partially-2188285.html
Officials told TNIE that at least two launched would happen by this year end.
Efforts are being made to complete the PSLV C49 experiment by December this year. In addition, the PSLV C50 and the GSLV F10, which was postponed to the last minute on March 5 this year, is scheduled to be completed by the end of March 2021.
Next launch is PSLV C50 with "CMS 01" followed by first SSLV with "EOS 02" and GSLV F10 with "EOS 03".End of webcast.
Hopefully I heard right that this is now called CMS 01. It took me a couple of goes to understand EOS 02 and EOS 03 for the other missions.
NET 14th According to this article https://www.eenadu.net/apmukyamshalu/mainnews/ap-main/2501/120142957Reason : hurricanes
However, the Sharjah Meteorological Department said there would be a series of hurricanes till the 8th.
Quote from: Jajar on 12/06/2020 09:11 amGuys is the launch of GSAT12-R set for 14th December ?There is a possibility it might be delayed to later this month or early next month due to unfavourable weather.
Guys is the launch of GSAT12-R set for 14th December ?
A4553/20 NOTAMN Q) WMFC/QRDCA/IV/BO /W /000/999/0955N09522E039 A) WMFC B) 2012070930 C) 2101041330 D) 0930-1330 E) TEMPO DNG ZONE 6 ESTABLISHED WI THE FLW COORD DUE TO THE LAUNCHING OF PSLV-C50 ROCKET FROM INDIA: 0935N 09450E-1030N 09505E- 1015N 09555E-0920N 09540E. NO FLT IS PERMITTED OVER AND NEAR THE DNG ZONE. ATS RTE P628 IS AFFECTED WI KUALA LUMPUR FIR AND A PORTION BTN WPT MAPSO AND IGREX IS NOT AVAILABLE. REF NOTAM VOMF A2878/20. RMK: ACTUAL DATE OF LAUNCH WILL BE INTIMATED 24HRS IN ADVANCE THROUGH NOTAM PUBLICATION BY VOMF. F) SFC G) UNL
Brochure for the flight. No mention of the weight/mass of the satellite(?). The first GSLVGSAT-12 was 1410 kg. Is this one identical in mass?( Wikipedia says yes, it is 1410kg)https://www.isro.gov.in/pslv-c50-cms-01/pslv-c50-cms-01-brochureEdit by mod
Good launch! Still no mention of the exact weight of the CMS-01 anywhere that is readable/audible . And no reasonably precise date for the SSLV-D1, which is very long awaited! It was originally scheduled for the end of 2019.
What will be the delta-V from initial sub-GTO to GEO?
So PSLV flew at an azimuth of 102.9 degrees from the launch site, resulting in a 17 degree inclination orbit, since the launch site is at 13 degrees.Why didnít PSLV fly due East at 90 degrees to enter into a 13 degree orbit? That would have allowed more payload.
Quote from: Danderman on 12/18/2020 03:21 amSo PSLV flew at an azimuth of 102.9 degrees from the launch site, resulting in a 17 degree inclination orbit, since the launch site is at 13 degrees.Why didnít PSLV fly due East at 90 degrees to enter into a 13 degree orbit? That would have allowed more payload.I believe its to avoid flying over populated areas that are directly east of the launch site. Could also be due to ground station access along the flight path.https://spaceflight101.com/gslv-gsat-6a/flight-profile/