ISRO will Launch 'Surveillance Satellite' EOS-4 on Valentine's Day

The PSLV-C52 rocket is being prepped for launch on the Satish Dhawan Space Center's launchpad in Sriharikota.
ISRO will Launch 'Surveillance Satellite' EOS-4 on Valentine's Day

ISRO will launch its first satellite of the year. 

Image by- DNA India

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch its first satellite of the year at 5.59 a.m. on February 14th, Valentine's Day. The PSLV-C52 rocket will be used to launch this satellite. The PSLV-C52 rocket is being prepped for launch on the Satish Dhawan Space Center's launchpad in Sriharikota. Almost all of the launch preparations have been finished.

The countdown for the satellite's launch will begin 25 hours and 30 minutes before launch, with the launch process beginning at 4.29 a.m. ISRO had stated that it expects to launch the EOS-4 / RISAT-1A satellite in July 2022 using a PSLV-C52 rocket.

A microwave remote sensing satellite

<div class="paragraphs"><p>ISRO will launch its first&nbsp;satellite of the year.&nbsp;</p></div>

ISRO will launch its first satellite of the year. 

Image by- TOI

The launch of the satellite was repeatedly postponed owing to the Coronavirus in the country, but ISRO has now set a date for its launch. The EOS-4/RISAT-1A is actually a microwave remote sensing satellite. Although, along with the satellite, two more satellites are being launched into space: INSPIREsat-1, developed by students at the Indian Institute of Science and Technology, and INS-2B, an Indo-Bhutan joint satellite.

The launch of the satellite was confirmed by ISRO on Twitter.

It's official now!! PSLVC52, the EOS-04 Radar Imaging Satellite, and two other tiny spacecraft are scheduled to orbit the Sun 529 kilometres away on February 14th at 5:59 a.m

ISRO penned

The radar imaging satellite RISAT-1A is primarily used for surveillance. Satellites are launched at a height of 529 kilometres above the planet in this manner.

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<div class="paragraphs"><p>ISRO will launch its first&nbsp;satellite of the year.&nbsp;</p></div>
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