The launch event has concluded successfully. Thank you all for joining us for the Isro launch.
A.S. Kiran Kumar, the Chairman of Isro takes on the stage to talk about the launch. He points out at a launch scheduled for 28 June.
M.A.Sadananda Rao, the Satellite Director takes the stage to congratulate everyone for the success of the launch event.
Director of SAC, Tapan Misra takes on the stage to detail how they made the launch vehicle.
He points out at a network between all the universities across the globe for future satellites.
All 31 satellites have separated successfully.
He further details that Isro will reach 8-10 launches per year in the near future.
ISSU Director has taken the stage to thank the Isro staff and academics who helped with their contributions.
B.Jayakumar, the mission director is recapping all the features and important innovations that Isro as achieved in the launch.
Director for SDSC - SHAR, P. Kunhikrishnan is congratulating everyone for their work.
This is the 40th launch of PSLV has proven the stability of the launch vehicle.
The VSSC director, K Sivan is addressing the crowd at the event.
DSAT has separated and we will get to see after seven minutes.
CARTOSAT-2 has separated successfully along with the EDUSAT and CESAT.
The fourth stage engine has been shut off.
The rocket is 4330 km away from the launch site.
The rocket is currently at the altitude of 500 km and climbing.
PSLV-C38 ignites the fourth stage and it is performing according to the plan.
The coasting phase has started for the satellite to balance the kinetic energy of the rocket.
The satellite has shut off engines as it enters the third stage.
Heat Shield separation has taken place as the launch vehicle is performing as planned in the second stage.
The satellite has complete the vehicle separation in the first stage.
The PSLV-C38 has lifted off from ground.
The launch is less than one minute away.
The launch is 4 minutes away as the weather is perfect for the launch.
The mission will launch two satellites from India including 29 others.
It is the first launch vehicle to be equipped with liquid stages.
The launched has been approved by the Mission Director. We are 12 minutes away from launch.
16 minutes to launch, as we wait for the authorisation from the mission director, B. Jayakumar.
The weather at the launch site at Sriharikota is as clear as it can be for the launch.
The PSLV-C38 will carry 29 co-passenger satellites from 14 countries including Austria, Belgium, Britain, Chile, Czech Repulic, Finaland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia and the US as well as one Indian nano satellite.
The rocket is scheduled for a 9.29 am launch. ISRO will start streaming the launch event live from 9.00 am onwards.