PSLV-C51 is the 53rd mission of PSLV. With this rocket, 18 other satellites have also been sent into space along with Brazil’s Amazonia-1 satellite. This rocket has been launched from Sriharikota, about 100 km from Chennai.
Today is a historic day in the direction of India. Now Jai Hind will echo in space. ISRO’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle has taken an electronic copy of the Bhagavad Gita in addition to the satellite this time. A photo of PM Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) has also been carved on a Nano Satellite. PSLV-C51 / Amazonia-1 has been successfully launched from Sriharikota. This is the first launch of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in 2021.
PSLV’s 53rd Mission Succeeded
PSLV-C51 is the 53rd mission of PSLV. Along with Brazil’s Amazonia-1 satellite, 18 other satellites have also been sent through this rocket. This rocket has been launched from Sriharikota, about 100 km from Chennai. These satellites include Satish Dhawan SAT (SD SAT) of Chennai’s Space Kids India (SKI). The top panel of this spacecraft has a picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Apart from this, the name of Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chairman Dr. K. Sivan and Scientific Secretary Dr. R. Umamaheswaran has been written on the panel below. SKI said, “This is to express solidarity and gratitude for their (Prime Minister’s) self-reliant initiative and space privatization.”
First Brazilian-Made Satellite Launch
Digital Bhagavad Gita has also been sent to SKI SD (Secure Digital) card. Also, this satellite will reach the space after taking the names of 25 thousand Indian people. It is also a special day for ISRO’s commercial arm NewSpace India Limited (NSIL). The PSLV (Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle) C51 / Amazonia-1 is NSIL’s first dedicated commercial mission launched under the commercial management of Seattle’s satellite rideshare and mission management provider Spaceplight Inc. in the US. NSIL Chairman and Managing Director G Narayan said, “It is a matter of pride for us to launch the first satellite built in Brazil.”
Amazonia-1 Brazil’s First Satellite
Amazonia-1 weighing 637 kg is the first satellite of Brazil launched from India. It is the optical earth observation satellite of the National Space Research Institute (INPI). Regarding Amazonia-1, ISRO said in the statement that the satellite will provide remote sensing data to users for monitoring deforestation in the Amazon region and analysis of diverse agriculture in the Brazilian region and further strengthen the existing infrastructure.