T-3️⃣ days: The mission gallery has been updated with pictures of PSLV-C56 out on the First Launch Pad! 📸 #ISRO
PS4 De-Orbiting ExperimentPS4 will be de-orbited to Low Earth circular orbit ~300 x 300 km, using left out propellants to reduce orbital life of spent PS4 stage.
For the first time in 3 years, we might see 2 launches from ISRO within a span of one month!This sunday morning, ISRO will launch PSLV-C56 carrying 7 satellites to orbit. Check out this infographic to know more 👇 #ISRO #PSLVC56
🇮🇳PSLV-C56/🇸🇬DS-SAR Mission: The launch rehearsal is completed today morning. Launch can be viewed LIVE on Our website: isro.gov.in YouTube: youtube.com/live/zYVvY4D4M…Facebook: facebook.com/ISRO DD National from 06:00 am IST onSunday, July 30, 2023More images on our Instagram: isro.dos @NSIL_India
🇮🇳PSLV-C56/🇸🇬DS-SAR Mission:The countdown leading to the launch on July 30, 2023, at 06:30 Hrs. IST has commenced.Brochure:
China has deployed two spy ships to track India’s upcoming PSLV satellite launch on July 30. The missile and satellite tracking spy vessel Yuan Wang 6 has been spotted in the Indian Ocean region. On July 29 Geo-intelligence expert Damien Symon tracked the ship was in the Indian Ocean, 1900 nautical miles south east of India. The Yuan Wang 7, meanwhile has moved out of Jiangyin on July 27 with its destination listed on www.marinetraffic.com only as “open sea”. It is presently in the Philippine Sea.
Indian military officials believe the two vessels are tracking ISRO’s upcoming July 30 launch of the PSLV rocket.
The last visit by the Yuan Wang, this April, coincided with a series of Indian nuclear missile tests. The 2000-km range Agni Prime was test fired into the Bay of Bengal on June 7. The new generation Agni-P mobile Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile (IRBM) will form the backbone of India’s Strategic Forces Command.