ISRO has successfully established its communication satellite in the GSAT-31 class. It was launched at 2.31 a.m. in South America with the help of European rocket Ariane-5 from French Guiana.
It will work for 15 years. Through this, the communication capacity will increase in the Arabian Sea, the Bay of Bengal and the area of Indian Ocean. This is the third successful launch of the Indian Space Agency’s satellite in 2019.
GSAT-31 satellite weighs 2535 kg
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S Pandian, director of ISRO Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDCC), said that the launch of GSAT-31 will help in improving VSAT network, TV uplink, digital satellite news, DTH TV service and mobile connectivity.
2. GSAT-31 satellite weighs 2535 kg. This is the sequel to ISRO’s INSAT and GSAT satellite series. Through this the peninsula will be covered with the Indian continent. This is India’s 40th Communication Satellite.
3. Space Agency Arianespace ISRO’s GSAT-30 satellite will also launch soon. The first experimental satellite in Ariane Flight L-03 was launched in 1981 in Apple Space. At present, he has tied 24 contracts with ISRO.