It looks like there was ignition.
The lift of attempt of VD one could not happen today. The initially the launch was scheduled at 8 o'clock 8:00 AM. There was a postponement of the liftoff time to 845 due to weather situation and we had a very smooth ALS the automatic launch.Sequence leading up to the command to lift off the engine. But the engine ignition has not happened in the nominal course. We have to find out what went wrong with that. The all the entire vehicle is very safe. We will have to reach the vehicle and then look at what has happened now. We will come back soon after analyzing what has triggered the automatic launch sequence holding the vehicle. So what has happened is the onboard the computer which is doing this function the ground checkout.Computer which is doing the function as withheld the launch in view of the anomaly observed. So we will come back with the anomaly, understanding and correct it and schedule the launch very soon. That will be announced a little later after the analysis is completed.
Quote from: Steven Pietrobon on 10/21/2023 03:22 amIt looks like there was ignition.Mentioned some GSE computer sequencing pick up an out value out of range. Need more analysis.
Reason for the launch hold is identified and corrected. The launch is planned at 10:00 Hrs. today.
Quote from: ISRO tweetReason for the launch hold is identified and corrected. The launch is planned at 10:00 Hrs. today.Recycled for another attempt at 04:30 UTC!
https://twitter.com/isro/status/1715580002601996288QuoteReason for the launch hold is identified and corrected. The launch is planned at 10:00 Hrs. today.Recycled for another attempt at 04:30 UTC!