ISRO's GSLV MK III D1 mission highlights: The heaviest Indian rocket successfully launches the GSAT-19
The GSLV MK III D1 mission is the first development flight of the GSLV MK III with the indigenously developed cryogenic engine on board.
The GSLV MK III D1 mission is the first development flight of the GSLV MK III with the indigenously developed cryogenic engine on board. The 25 hour countdown is progressing smoothly, and the launch is scheduled to take place at 5:28 PM. However, the pre-launch programming on DoorDarshan National is expected to start at 4:55 PM. The total duration of the flight is expected to be around 16 minutes. There are three stages to the rocket, with four separation events.
The GSLV MK III has been dubbed the “Fat Boy”, but ISRO officials have referred to it as India’s “workhorse” rocket of the future. The current “workhorse” rocket is the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV), which is one of the most reliable launch vehicles in the world. This will be the third consecutive flight by ISRO in 2017 considered to be a milestone, following the February launch of 104 satellites on board a single rocket, and the deployment of the South Asia Satellite in May, which was India’s gift to countries in the region.
Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Get technology news, gadgets reviews & ratings. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh embargoes import of 101 defence items in big push for 'Atmanirbhar Bharat'
Artillery guns, assault rifles, sonar systems, transport aircraft are among the high technology weapon systems on the list
Sonu Sood's efforts to aid people across India during the coronavirus lockdown have been hailed by politicians and his colleagues in the film industry.
RBI had last revised its policy rate on May 22, in an off-policy cycle to perk up demand by cutting interest rate to historic low.