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Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)

www.isro.org satellites

SRO Bron : 15th August 1969.

Current Chairman Of ISRO : G Madhavan Nair

Staff of ISRO : 20,000 people.

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Current Launching Vehical : PSLV & GSLV

At the time of Jawahar Lal Nehru, India Industriyali, technologicaly Improved & Indian Rocketry was born.
Dr. Vikram Sarabhai was father of indian space program.In 1962 established the Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) , Dr. Vakram Sarabhai was the first chairman INCOSPAR. (Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

ISRO Launched Satslites......

ISRO launched its first satellite Aryabhatta in 1975 April through the Sovietrocket (Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

Bhaskara-1 in 1979 through Soviet rocket.

Rohini-1B satellite launched from Sriharikota in 1980

INSAT Series

ISRO lunched many insat series like
INSAT 1(A,B,C,D)
INSAT 2(A,B,C,D)
INSAT 3((A,B,C,E) and
INSAT 4(A,B,C)

ISRO Recently lunched INSAT-4CR from Sriharilota.


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Indian Space programme born in the church beginning, space activities in the country, concentrated on achieving self reliance and developing capability to build and launch communication satellites for television broadcast, telecommunications and meteorological applications; remote sensing satellites for management of natural resources. (Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

The objective of ISRO is to develop space technology and its application to various national tasks. ISRO has established two major space systems, INSAT for communication, television broadcasting and meteorological services, and Indian Remote Sensing Satellites (IRS) system for resources monitoring and management. ISRO has developed two satellite launch vehicles, PSLV and GSLV, to place INSAT and IRS satellites in the required orbits
Accordingly, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully operationalised two major satellite systems namely Indian National Satellites (INSAT) for communication services and Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites for management of natural resources; also, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for launching IRS type of satellites and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) for launching INSAT type of satellites.(Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

Current Programme
Accordingly, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has successfully operationalised two major satellite systems namely Indian National Satellites (INSAT) for communication services and Indian Remote Sensing (IRS) satellites for management of natural resources; also, Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) for launching IRS type of satellites and Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) for launching INSAT type of satellites.(Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

(Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites ) Satellites
INSAT
IRS
Launch Vehicle
PSLV
GSLV
Satellite Applications
SatCom Applications
Remote Sensing Applications
VRC


Future Programme (Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

Forthcoming Satellites
Launch Vehicle / Forthcoming Launches
Reusable Launch Vehicle
Human Space Flights
Space Science Missions
Satellite Navigation (Gagan)



ISRO Recently lunched INSAT-4CR from Sriharilota. (Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )

ISRO having Three Lunched Stations

* Thumba (TERLS) from Kerala

* Shriharikota (SRLS) from Andhra Pradesh

* Balasore (BRLS) from Orissa

ISRO Centers In India..

* Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC) Thiruvananthapuram, India

* ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC) Banglore , India

* Satish Dhawan Space Centre, (SHAR ) Andhra Pradesh,india

* Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC) Bangalore & Mahendragiri, India

* Space Applications Centre (SAC) Ahmedabad, India

* ISRO Telemetry, Tracking and Command Network (ISTRAC) Bangalore, India

* Laboratory for Electro Optic Systems (LEOS), Bangalore, India

* ISRO Inertial Systems Unit (IISU) Thiruvananthapuram, India

* National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA) Hyderabad, India

* Physical Research Laboratory (PRL) Ahmedabad, India


(Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) www.isro.org satellites )
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Satellite

Type of Satellite
ANUSAT
20.04.2009
PSLV-C12
Experimental / Small Satellite
RISAT-2 20.04.2009
PSLV-C12
Earth Observation Satellite
Chandrayaan-1
22.10.2008
PSLV-C11
Space Mission
CARTOSAT - 2A
28.04.2008
PSLV-C9
Earth Observation Satellite
IMS-1
28.04.2008
PSLV-C9
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-4B
12.03.2007
Ariane-5ECA
Geo-Stationary Satellite
CARTOSAT - 2
10.01.2007
PSLV-C7
Earth Observation Satellite
SRE - 1
10.01.2007
PSLV-C7
Experimental / Small Satellite
INSAT-4CR
02.09.2007
GSLV-F04
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-4C
10.07.2006
GSLV-F02
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-4A
22.12.2005
Ariane-5GS
Geo-Stationary Satellite
HAMSAT
05.05.2005
PSLV-C6
Experimental / Small Satellite
CARTOSAT-1
05.05.2005
PSLV-C6
Earth Observation Satellite
EDUSAT (GSAT-3)
20.09.2004
GSLV-F01
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Resourcesat-1(IRS-P6)
17.10.2003
PSLV-C5
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-3A
10.04.2003
Ariane-5G
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-3E
28.09.2003
Ariane-5G
Geo-Stationary Satellite
GSAT-2
08.05.2003
GSLV-D2
Geo-Stationary Satellite
KALPANA-1(METSAT)
12.09.2002
PSLV-C4
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-3C
24.01.2002
Ariane-42L H10-3
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Technology Experiment Satellite (TES)
22.10.2001
PSLV-C3
Earth Observation Satellite
GSAT-1
18.04.2001
GSLV-D1
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-3B
22.03.2000
Ariane-5G
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Oceansat(IRS-P4)
26.05.1999
PSLV-C2
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-2E
03.04.1999
Ariane-42P H10-3
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-2DT
January 1998
Ariane-44L H10
Geo-Stationary Satellite
IRS-1D
29.09.1997
PSLV-C1
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-2D
04.06.1997
Ariane-44L H10-3
Geo-Stationary Satellite
IRS-P3
21.03.1996
PSLV-D3
Earth Observation Satellite
IRS-1C
28.12.1995
Molniya
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-2C
07.12.1995
Ariane-44L H10-3
Geo-Stationary Satellite
IRS-P2
15.10.1994
PSLV-D2
Earth Observation Satellite
Stretched Rohini Satellite Series (SROSS-C2)
04.05.1994
ASLV
Space Mission
IRS-1E
20.09.1993
PSLV-D1
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-2B
23.07.1993
Ariane-44L H10+
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-2A
10.07.1992
Ariane-44L H10
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Stretched Rohini Satellite Series (SROSS-C)
20.05.1992
ASLV
Space Mission
IRS-1B
29.08.1991
Vostok
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-1D
12.06.1990
Delta 4925
Geo-Stationary Satellite
INSAT-1C
21.07.1988
Ariane-3
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Stretched Rohini Satellite Series
(SROSS-2)
13.07.1988
ASLV
Earth Observation Satellite
IRS-1A
17.03.1988
Vostok
Earth Observation Satellite
Stretched Rohini Satellite Series
(SROSS-1)
24.03.1987
ASLV
Space Mission
INSAT-1B
30.08.1983
Shuttle [PAM-D]
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Rohini (RS-D2)
17.04.1983
SLV-3
Earth Observation Satellite
INSAT-1A
10.04.1982
Delta 3910 PAM-D
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Bhaskara-II
20.11.1981
C-1 Intercosmos
Earth Observation Satellite
Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment (APPLE)
19.06.1981
Ariane-1(V-3)
Geo-Stationary Satellite
Rohini (RS-D1)
31.05.1981
SLV-3
Earth Observation Satellite
Rohini (RS-1)
18.07.1980
SLV-3
Experimental / Small Satellite
Rohini Technology Payload (RTP)
10.08.1979
SLV-3
Experimental / Small Satellite
Bhaskara-I
07.06.1979
C-1 Intercosmos
Earth Observation Satellite
Aryabhata
19.04.1975
C-1 Intercosmos
Experimental / Small Satellite




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1 comments:

www.isro.org,  September 11, 2010 at 5:21 AM  

Is there any recruitment process is going to for Btech students in ISRO. I want to be part of www.isro.org .

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