The Indian space office is confronting an expanded interest for key satellites, a best official has stated, even as the commencement started on Tuesday evening for the dispatch multi day later of the nation's most recent military interchanges satellite, the GSAT-7 for the IAF.
"There is expanded interest for satellites from key segments. Around six/seven satellites are intended to be fabricated," a senior authority of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) told IANS, inclining toward secrecy.
In November, ISRO put into space the sharp-looked at HysIS satellite for a scope of utilizations and the information it created by it will likewise be accesible by the Indian miliatry.
In 2013, ISRO had sent up the GSAT7, or Rukmini, correspondence satellite, for use by the Indian Navy.
The GSAT-7A satellite for the Indian Air Force (IAF) will be conveyed on board a geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV Mk II) that will lift-off on Wednesday evening.
As indicated by ISRO, the GSLV rocket will infuse the 2,250-kg GSAT-7A into a geosynchronous exchange circle (GTO), a little more than 19 minutes after the lift-off.
The GSAT-7A will be lifted to its last geostationary circle from the GTO.
The satellite, with a most extreme existence of eight years, has been worked to give correspondence capacity to the IAF in Ku-band over the Indian locale.