India’s new SSLV rocket has successfully reached orbit on its second attempt Friday, six months after its maiden flight ended in failure. Friday’s launch carried a trio of satellites, lifting off at 9:18 AM local time (03:48 UTC) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
ISRO’s new SSLV small satellite launcher debuts – suffers fourth stage issue
The Indian space program’s new small satellite launcher, the SSLV or Small Satellite Launch Vehicle,…
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has completed the final testing for the Small Satellite…