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Satellite ISRO RISAT-2BR1 to Launch at 3.25 Pm Today: Watch It Live
ISRO will be live streaming the launch event on its official YouTube channel
Yesterday the 24-hour countdown started for the launch of India's radar imaging earth observation satellite RISAT-2BR1 onboard PLSV-C48 from its spaceport of Sriharikota.
The ISRO said, the workhorse Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, on its 50th mission, PSLV-C48, is all set to take off from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota at 3.25 PM today.
How to watch the satellite launch live
ISRO will be live streaming the launch event on its official YouTube channel. The webcast link will go live at 3 pm. Tap on the play button below, and then click on 'Set Reminder' option on the bottom left to be notified minutes before the webcast goes live, in case you have a busy day ahead.
Details of the ISRO RISAT-2BR1 satellite launch
As it would be the 50th flight of the PSLV and also the 75th vehicle mission from Sriharikota, the launch marks a significant milestone for the space agency. The 628 kg satellite, meant for applications in various fields like agriculture, forestry, and disaster management support, will carry nine customer satellites, including one each from Israel, Italy, Japan and six from the United States.
ISRO said the countdown for RISAT-2BR1 started at 4.40 PM IST on Tuesday.
The space agency said the satellites are being launched under a commercial arrangement with NewSpace India Ltd. The mission life of RISAT2-BR1 is five years, ISRO said.
These satellites will help in round the clock border surveillance by looking at terror camps across the border. It will also help keep a check on infiltration and illegal entry and send images that will help in agriculture, forestry and disaster management support. The RISAT satellites are equipped with a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) that can take pictures of the earth during day and night, and also under cloudy conditions. RISAT-2BR1 follows the successful launch of RISAT-2B on 22 May.
With inputs from PTI.