27 Feb PSLVC51 is scheduled to be launched
PSLVC51 is scheduled to be launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh .
It will be launched from the space centre on February 28, 2021 at 10:24 pm.
This is the 53rd Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle mission of the ISRO.
In this launch, the PSLVC51 rocket will carry Brazilian satellite Amazonia1 as primary satellite.
Along with the Brazilian Satellite, the ISRO Vehicle also will carry 19 copassenger satellites.
However, this launch is subjected to the weather within the city on February 28, 2021.
This mission is additionally the primary dedicated commercial mission of economic nodal agency of ISRO called “New Space India Limited (NSIL)”.
Role of NSIL
NSIL is functioning on this mission in accordance with the commercial agreement with the Spaceflight Inc.
Spaceflight Inc. may be a satellite rideshare and mission management provider. it’s based in US’ Seattle
Out of the 18 copassenger satellites, 14 are going to be sent by NSIL.
About Amazonia1 Amazonia1 is being sent by National Institute for Space Research , Brazil. The satellite is an optical Earth observation satellite. The satellite will work to supply strength to the prevailing structure. it’ll also share the remote sensing data so on monitor the deforestation within the Amazon region of Brazil. Further, the satellite will provide analysis of the diversified agriculture across Brazil.
The PSLV Vehicle are going to be carrying four copassengers from the nodal agency called Indian National Space Promotion and Authorisation Centre (INSPACe). INSPACe is an agency working under the Department of Space. It allows the private sector to require part within the space activities. The satellites from this agency include three UNITYsats along side one satellite from the Satish Dhawan Sat.