ISRO's PSLV-C46 mission successfully launches Indian radar imaging satellite RISAT-2B into 'perfect' orbit
ISRO's PSLV carried the RISAT-2B satellite to orbit in the shortest time of any Indian rocket in the past.
Once operational, RISAT-2B will be capable of monitoring weather day & night, in any weather conditions.
ISRO will launch the IRNSS-1H satellite aboard the PSLV at 7 pm today: All you need to know and where to watch
According to ISRO, the PSLV-C39 will involve a rocket with a lift-off mass of 321 tonnes. It will take 19.5 minutes to place the satellite into sub-GTO.
With the launch of the third Cartosat-2 series craft, the images sent by the dedicated satellite for defence forces is expected to become sharper and wider.
The unprecedented number of satellites on a single mission called for unique approaches in accommodating the satellites and designing the mission by Isro.
Isro plans to launch a world record of 104 satellites on a single Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle on 15 February 2015 at 9:28 am.
There are a number of options available for users to catch all the action of the historic Isro launch, from the comfort of their homes.
Planet Lab will set a record with the launch of the most number of satellites by one company on a single launch vehicle spaceflight.