The first low-cost satellite launch from the space agency is expected to take place in the next four months.
ISRO to replace 10 or more communications satellites in India's ageing fleet in years to come: Report
The overhaul will bring high-performance satellites for mobile network, high-speed internet and TV broadcasts to remote areas.
The GSAT-30 will be launched on Friday, 17 January 2020 at 2.35 am IST from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana.
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Demand-and-supply has led to a burgeoning market for launch service providers who can streamline the entire process of launching cubesats and small satellites.
ISRO hasn't attempted to launch more than two military satellite missions in a year so far.
ISRO successfully places EMISAT, 28 other international satellites in orbit in triply-special PSLV-C45 mission
ISRO Chief K Sivan also announced a viewing gallery inaugurated by 1200 live viewers of the launch in Sriharikota today.
ISRO PSLV-C45 Satellite Launch today LIVE Updates: PSLV successfully releases 28 small satellites one after another after EMISAT
PSLV successfully releases all 28 small satellites one after another after the mission's main payload, EMISAT.
The 3-hour ISRO mission will begin with the launch of PSLV from Sriharikota at 9.30 am on 1 April.
This will be ISRO's first attempt at placing satellites in 3 different orbits in a single launch.
The twice-delayed launch of Vespucci for the Air Force marks SpaceX's 21st & final launch of 2018.
The GSLV's stages can be seen falling away one after another before GSAT-7A, too, detaches & drifts.
Satellite launches by SpaceX, Arianespace, United Launch Alliance and ISRO all are on the cards.
6 satellite- & 4 launch vehicle-missions... definitely, the task in front of us is very huge: Sivan.
The programme has broken norms set by Kyrgyzstan's frequent stories of discrimination & violence.
The Indian Space Research Organisation is trying to increase its capacity to deliver by scaling up the frequency of launches to 12 per year from the seven at present by building more satellites and lowering the cost of access to space.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman A S Kiran Kumar on Monday said the country has the capability to develop a space station, but it needed a long-term approach and an ambitious planning. His comment follows ISRO display of technological prowess last week by launching 104 satellites in a single mission.