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PSLV-C43 successfully launches HysIS, 30 satellites in two different orbits

Sriharikota (AP), Nov 29 (IECurrentAffairs) In its third longest mission that lasted close to 113 minutes, ISRO’s trusted launch vehicle PSLV-C43 successfully launched the 380 kg advanced earth observation Hyper
Spectral Imaging Satellite (HYsIS) and 30 co-passenger satellites from eight countries in two different orbits on Thursday.

After Mission Director R Hutton authorized the launch operation sequence, the PSLV lifted off majestically from the First Launch Pad at the SHAR Range at 0958 hrs after a 28-hour countdown.

In its 13th flight of the Core Alone Variant, PSLV injected HysIS after a flight duration of 17 minutes, into a 636 km Polar Sun Synchronous Orbit (PSO) with an inclination of 97.957 deg to the equator.

Via UNI-India
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