India's Mission to Venus scheduled to launch in mid 2030's.Primary payloads from India in the last page.
ISRO solicits proposals in response to this Announcement ofOpportunity call for science payloads on its planned Venus mission,scheduled for mid-2023 launch.
Launch Update for BlackSky Global-1 and Global-2November 15, 2018Globals are ready to go!The BlackSky constellation is taking shape. We’re very excited for our first two Global satellites to be on orbit by the end of the month. Global-2 will be first, heading to orbit aboard the Spaceflight SSO-A Smallsat Express mission on a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base. It will be quickly followed by Global-1, which will be launching on the PSLV C43 mission out of India....Looking ahead to 2019, Global 3 and 4 are scheduled to take flight in QU1. Global-3 will be aboard another PSLV and Rocket Lab is taking Global-4 on one of their Electron rockets. We can’t wait for these launches – stay tuned as we bring our vision to fruition.
Here is what Dr K Sivan told NDTV:...Q) Then you have that big satellite to be launched from Kourou?A) Yes. GSAT -9; GSAT -29; GSAT -11; and GSAT-20 will be launched next year. All these satellites combined will work for the digital India. It will provide almost around 70-100 GB per second data link. All the satellites will be useful for the Digital India program.Q) In these next few weeks, how many missions are you doing? You have quite a packed schedule?A) Actually that is true. If you have seen our schedule up till January, we have 10 missions; that is, four launch vehicle missions and six satellite missions. The immediate mission is PSLV C-43. Then the GSLV will launch GSAT-7A. Then another PSLV is going to launch EMISAT. Then GSLV Mk III will launch Chandryaan-2. Alongside, we have two procured launches that is GSAT-11 and GSAT-31. So we have totally 10 missions in a packed mission schedule.
VA247 is Hellsat-4 with GSAT-31
On January 23, 2019, the launch of the commercial satellite Hellas Sat 4http://www.skai.gr/news/technology/article/390065/ton-ianouario-i-ektoxeusi-tou-hellas-sat-4/#ixzz5XQx9j3z
Talking to TOI, Isro chairman K Sivan said, “We are going to launch HySIS at 9.59 am on November 29 from Sriharikota. Over 30 foreign satellites, including nano and mini satellites, will also be launched along with the main payload. Out of the 30 commercial satellites, 23 are from the US.
PSLV-CA is one of three versions of the PSLV that can be used – the original version of the rocket, PSLV-G, features six additional solid rocket motors clustered around the first stage,...
Re: Today's NSF article: PSLV set for HySIS launch with numerous co-passengersQuotePSLV-CA is one of three versions of the PSLV that can be used – the original version of the rocket, PSLV-G, features six additional solid rocket motors clustered around the first stage,...Is PSLV-G still available, or retired?I know it was a surprise when PSLV-G appeared for its last launch to date: C35 on September 25, 2016. The previous launch of that version was C16 on April 20, 2011.
In one of the C43 post launch speeches today (November 29th) it is mentioned launch date for F11 mission is 20 days away. That would put this mission at no earlier than December 19th.