ISRO big achievement launched 36 satellites 5805 tonn on LVM3 rocket make new record details

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has once again created history in space. ISRO has done a new feat by launching 36 satellites simultaneously in the lower orbit of the earth. After successfully launching satellites, now ISRO has set it as a record. These satellites have been launched under the OneWeb India 2 mission.

ISRO has launched these satellites from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh on March 26 i.e. today, Sunday. This launch has been done around 9 am. Satellites were launched successfully at Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. The rocket carrying them is the heaviest rocket of ISRO. According to the report of ANI, ISRO has successfully launched satellites through this rocket with such a heavy weight. Its weight is 643 tonnes and its length is 43.5 metres. The interesting thing is that ISRO has done 5 successful launches so far with this satellite carrying rocket. The 36 satellites sent in it were of 5805 tonnes. Which is a record in itself.

It has been told in the report about this mission that this is the second commercial satellite mission of New Space India which is connected to LVM3-M3. This mission is being run in association with British company M/s One Web. OneWeb is a communications company based in the United Kingdom. Along with this, companies from India, France, Japan, America, South Korea are also associated in partnership. The head quarter of the company is in London. The company is working for broadband services worldwide.

ISRO This mission is also important for ISRO in another way, as it was the biggest order for ISRO so far. In which today, on March 26, 36 satellites were to be sent into space simultaneously. Under the mission, 72 satellites are to be sent into orbit in a similar way. Hence it is one of the biggest orders of ISRO and also a big success for the company.


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