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Chandrayaan-3 Mission:

Smile, please📸!

Pragyan Rover clicked an image of Vikram Lander this morning.

The 'image of the mission' was taken by the Navigation Camera onboard the Rover (NavCam).

NavCams for the Chandrayaan-3 Mission are developed by the Laboratory for Electro-Optics Systems (LEOS)
 
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Once more, co-traveller Pragyan captures Vikram in a Snap!
This iconic snap was taken today around 11 am IST from about 15 m.
The data from the NavCams is processed by SAC/ISRO, Ahmedabad.
 
PSLV-C57/Aditya-L1 Mission:

The launch of Aditya-L1 by PSLV-C57 is accomplished successfully.

The vehicle has placed the satellite precisely into its intended orbit.

India’s first solar observatory has begun its journey to the destination of Sun-Earth L1 point.
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Aditya-L1 started generating the power.
The solar panels are deployed.
The first Earth Bound firing to raise the orbit is scheduled for September 3, 2023, around 11:45 Hrs. IST
 
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Chandrayaan-3 Mission:Vikram Lander is set into sleep mode around 08:00 Hrs. IST today. Prior to that, in-situ experiments by ChaSTE, RAMBHA-LP and ILSA payloads are performed at the new location. The data collected is received at the Earth. Payloads are now switched off. Lander receivers are kept ON. Vikram will fall asleep next to Pragyan once the solar power is depleted and the battery is drained. Hoping for their awakening, around September 22, 2023. Here are the images before and after the hop.
 
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Mission Gaganyaan:
ISRO to commence unmanned flight tests for the Gaganyaan mission. Preparations for the Flight Test Vehicle Abort Mission-1 (TV-D1), which demonstrates the performance of the Crew Escape System, are underway.
 
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Chandrayaan-3 Mission: Here is an image of the Chandrayaan-3 Lander taken by the Dual-frequency Synthetic Aperture Radar (DFSAR) instrument onboard the Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter on September 6, 2023.
 
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Here are some visuals of the Integration of PSLVC58 with Xposat!
The launch of India's first dedicated polarimetry mission to study polarisation of cosmic X-rays is scheduled for
January 01, 2024
At 09:10 hrs IST
from SDSC SHAR
ISRO
 
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PSLV-C58/ XPoSat Mission:
The launch of the X-Ray Polarimeter Satellite (XPoSat) is set for January 1, 2024, at 09:10 Hrs. IST from the first launch-pad, SDSC-SHAR, Sriharikota.
 
PSLV-C58/XPoSat Mission:
Lift-off normal
XPoSat satellite is launched successfully.
PSLV-C58 vehicle placed the satellite precisely into the intended orbit of 650 km with 6-degree inclination
The POEM-3 is being scripted
2024 lifted off majestically
XPoSat health is normal
Power generation has commenced
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GSLV-F14/INSAT-3DS Mission: INSAT-3DS, ISRO's latest meteorological satellite, developed at the U R Rao Satellite Centre in Bengaluru for the Ministry of Earth Science (MoES), has been flagged off to SDSC-SHAR, Sriharikota, for launch aboard GSLV-F14.
 
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🚀GSLV-F14/🛰️INSAT-3DS Mission: The mission is set for lift-off on February 17, 2024, at 17:30 Hrs. IST from SDSC-SHAR, Sriharikota.
In its 16th flight, the GSLV aims to deploy INSAT-3DS, a meteorological and disaster warning satellite. The mission is fully funded by the Ministry of Earth Sciences (MoES).
 
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GSLV-F14/INSAT-3DS Mission: 27.5 hours countdown leading to the launch on February 17, 2024, at 17:35 Hrs. IST has commenced.
 
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INSAT-3DS update: All four planned Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM) firings are completed. The spacecraft is now in the geosynchronous orbit. It is expected to reach the In Orbit Testing (IOT) location by February 28, 2024.
 
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Mission Gaganyaan: ISRO's CE20 cryogenic engine is now human-rated for Gaganyaan missions. Rigorous testing demonstrates the engine’s mettle. The CE20 engine identified for the first uncrewed flight LVM3 G1 also went through acceptance tests.
 

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