New Delhi: ISRO has created history in space. The first space mission of the year 2021 was successfully launched today. ISRO successfully launched the PSLV-C51 carrying 18 other satellites, including Ammonia-1 (v) from the space station, Satish Dhawan Space Center from Sriharikota Spaceport.
ISRO’s first launch in 2021
Let us tell you that this is the first launch of the Indian Space Research Organization in 2021. This mission is included in the longest space operation ever. This mission was launched at 10.24 am. After the successful launch of this mission, ISRO chief K Sivan said that India and ISRO are very proud to launch the first satellite integrated by Brazil from this mission. Also, he told that all the satellites are in very safe condition. He also congratulated the Brazilian team.
The special thing of this launch of ISRO is that along with it, Bhagavad Gita has also been sent into space. This means that the world guru will pass the message of Gita not only in India but also in space. This moment is proud for every Indian.
PM Modi’s picture in space
The picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also revolve around the sky in the heights of the sky with this mission. Let us tell you that Space Kids India has made a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) on the top panel of its Satish Dhawan Satellite. According to the website of Space Kids India, this has been done to show solidarity with the PM’s self-reliant initiative and the decision of opening the space for private companies.
– ISRO (@isro) February 28, 2021
19 satellites sent to space
18 more satellites were launched from PSLV-C51 along with Brazil’s Amazonia-1 primary satellite. This is the 53rd mission of PSLV. PSLV-C51 / Amajonia-1 is the first dedicated commercial mission of the government company NewSpace India Limited (NSIL) under the Department of Space. NSIL has completed this mission under a commercial contract with Spaceflight Inc. of America. The other 18 satellites launched along with Amazonia-1 include four ISRO’s Indian National Space Promotion and Authorization Center and 14 NSILs.
Research on radiation in space
Significantly, PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) is the first dedicated commercial mission of C51 / Amazonia-1 ISRO’s commercial arm NewSpace India Limited (NSIL). Amazonia-1 has been told that the satellite will provide remote sensing data to users for monitoring deforestation in the Amazon region and for analysis of diverse agriculture in the Brazilian region. Through this satellite, Space Kids India will conduct research on radiation in space.