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ISRO successfully launches its next-generation navigational satellite – NVS-1 from Sriharikota

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ISRO’s GSLV f 12 rocket with NVS – 01 satellite was successfully launched at 10.42 from Sriharikota today. The rocket lifted off from the second launch pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre and injected NVS -01 satellite in its geosynchronous orbit. 

The satellite weighing 2232 kilograms is the first of the second-generation satellites envisaged for the Navigation with Indian Constellation series.

India will join three other nations in setting up not only a constellation series but also on the operationalisation of the rubidium clock made indigenously.

ISRO scientists have proved yet another difficult experiment by today’s successful mission.

Scientists gathered at the Centre expressed happiness and satisfaction at the functioning of the satellite so far. The orbit-raising manoeuvres will be used for taking the satellite to the destined level in two days.

The datas from the satellite will be used for individual and strategic purposes. The Chairman, ISRO, Somnath was jubilant in announcing the launch of Chandrayaan – 3 in July this year. ISRO looks forward to sending some more GSLV, PSLV missions and also projects with NASA.

Directors in ISRO said that though there were initial hiccups in launch of GSLV missions, the Government had encouraged and lent full support to the scientists in carrying forward GSLV missions.

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