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Success

EOS-06, BhutanSat & Others

Launch Time
Sat Nov 26, 2022 06:26 UTC

Rocket

PSLV-XL
ISRO
Status: Active
Price: $31.0 million
Liftoff Thrust: 7,661 kN
Payload to LEO: 3,250 kg
Payload to GTO: 1,410 kg
Stages: 4
Strap-ons: 6
Rocket Height: 44.0 m
Fairing Diameter: 3.2 m
Fairing Height: 8.3 m

Mission Details

EOS-06

EOS-06, also named Oceansat-3A, is an Indian satellite designed to provide service continuity for operational users of the Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM) instrument on Oceansat-2. It will also enhance the potential of applications in other areas. The main objectives of OceanSat-3A are to study surface winds and ocean surface strata, observation of chlorophyll concentrations, monitoring of phytoplankton blooms, and study atmospheric aerosols and suspended sediments in the water.

Payloads: 1
Total Mass: 117 kg
Sun-Synchronous Orbit

BhutanSat (INS-2B)

ISRO Nano Satellite-2 for Bhutan (INS-2B) spacecraft is configured with INS-2 Bus. INS-2B will have two payloads namely NanoMx and APRS-Digipeater. NanoMx is a multispectral optical imaging payload developed by Space Applications Centre (SAC). APRS-Digipeater payload is jointly developed by DITTBhutan and URSC.

Payloads: 1
Total Mass: 18 kg
Sun-Synchronous Orbit

Anand

The Anand Nano satellite is a technology demonstrator intended to demonstrate the capabilities and commercial applications of miniaturized earth-observation cameras for Earth observation using a microsatellite in Low Earth Orbit. This is a three-axis stabilized satellite consisting of a satbus, accommodating all subsystems like telemetry, tele-command, Electrical Power system, Attitude Determination and Control System (ADCS), onboard computers, etc, and a payload unit.

Payloads: 1
Total Mass: 16 kg
Sun-Synchronous Orbit

Thybolt-1&2

The Thybolt is a 0.5U spacecraft bus that includes a communication payload to enable rapid technology demonstration and constellation development for multiple users. It also demonstrates Store-and-Forward functionality for authorized users in the amateur frequency band. The satellites shall be deployed by using Dhruva Space Orbital Deployer to perform the specific mission operations for a minimum lifetime of 1 year.

Payloads: 2
Total Mass: 1 kg
Sun-Synchronous Orbit

Astrocast-1/-4

Astrocast, a 3U spacecraft is a technology demonstrator satellite for the Internet of Things (IoT) as the payload. There are 4 nos. of Astrocast Satellites in this mission. These spacecraft are housed within an ISISpace QuadPack dispenser. The dispenser protects the satellite from contamination.

Payloads: 4
Total Mass: 17 kg
Sun-Synchronous Orbit

Location

First Launch Pad, Satish Dhawan Space Centre, India

Stats

2022

163rd orbital launch attempt

Indian Space Research Organisation

84th mission
5th mission of 2022
69th successful mission
2nd consecutive successful mission

PSLV

56th mission
3rd mission of 2022
53rd successful mission
15th consecutive successful mission