Normal ISRO Satellite Launch Mission take place for ~20 - 40 minutes
ISRO PSLV-C35/SCATSAT-1 Mission duration will be around 1.30 - 2 hours
Live Update :
- First Satellite which is SCATSAT-1 successfully launched into its orbit .
- 7 Other satellites are said to be separated between 11.25 and 11.28 AM IST
- ISRO Chairman will address after the completion of the Mission from SDSC - SHAR
SCATSAT-1 Mission Video :
ISRO started 48 and half hr countdown of PSLV-C35/SCATSAT-1 Mission authorised by MRR ( Mission Readiness Review ) and Launch Authorisation Board ( LAB ) .
ISRO made a record by successfully launching 20 satellites in a single mission this year on June 22, 2016 .
Now with September 26th launch, ISRO will make another record by launching satellites into two different orbits on a single mission which has never been tried by any Space Research Organisations like NASA, ESA .
Mission Details :
Date : September 26, 2016, Monday
Launch Time : 09.12 AM
Launch Location : Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh ( Satish Dhawan Space Centre )
Number of Satellites : 08
Number of Foreign Satellite : 05
Number of Domestic : 03
Launch Vehicle : PSLV ( Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle ) Rocket
On the mission, SCATSAT-1 with its weight of 377 Kgs will be launched for the study of ocean and weather .
PSLV-C35 will place the SCATSAT-1 satellite at Polar Sun Synchronous Orbit ( SSO ) of 720 Km while all other 7 satellites will be launched into the 670 Km polar orbit .