One web is the communication, and satellite manufacturing company in the world and the second-largest satellite company in the world. This is one web’s 14 launches, bringing 36 satellites into orbit by the Indian space research organization launch vehicle LVM3 MARK 2. This launch helps India to improve its technology and its strong affection for its job.
India Space Research Organization successfully launched the satellite into its orbit with a single rocket named LVM3 MARK 2 at Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota. The PSLV-C37 launch vehicle lifts off from the first launch pad of Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota.
The ISRO confirmed that LVM3-M2/One Web India-1 Mission successfully placed 36 satellites into the orbits.
- This is a major breakthrough
- A total of 36 satellites will be launched by ISRO
- For more than 10 years, the space was quiet
1.This is a major breakthrough:
The successful launch of India’s OneWeb satellites is a major breakthrough in space exploration. The OneWeb constellation will consist of 900 satellites which will provide internet connectivity to remote areas of India that do not have access to broadband services. This will serve as a great contribution towards bridging the digital divide between rural and urban areas in India. The OneWeb program has received support from both private investors and international organisations such as Airbus, Qualcomm, Virgin Group and Bharti Enterprises Ltd. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is also planning to launch more than 100 mini-satellites using its rocket-powered launcher called LVM3 Mark 2 by 2024.
2.A total of 36 satellites will be launched by ISRO:
The Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO, has launched a total of 36 satellites at once. The NSIL and ISRO have deployed a total of 104 satellites in space by 2020. This record-breaking feat is being celebrated as India’s Independence Day comes to an end. It is not clear yet whether or not all of these satellites are functional. The LVM3 Mark II was used to launch these satellites into space.
3.For more than 10 years, the space was quiet
The space was quiet for more than 10 years. But this time, India (ISRO/NSIL) successfully launched the 36 one web satellite on his orbit. It is not a surprise that India is a world power in the economy and they want to take part in the new space race.
The ISRO has been testing its LVM3 Mark II rocket since 2003 with mixed success. The first test of this rocket was back in 2013 when it put two small Indian spacecraft into lower earth orbit with just half of its intended payload capacity. This latest test, however, marked a victory for ISRO’s ambitions to provide internet from low-earth orbits to rural communities around India that currently have little or no access to communications infrastructure.
With this effort, there is an opportunity for India to continue to work on many foreign projects. Likewise, there is no doubt that India will reach its peak as soon as possible if it sees many successes.