List Of Satellites & Missiles Launched By India & Other Countries

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List Of Satellites & Missiles Launched By India & Other Countries
List Of Satellites & Missiles Launched

List Of Satellites & Missiles Launched By India & Other Countries

Space Organization/ Country Satellite / Rocket Name Purpose
China National Space Administration. China Gaofen-5 02,
  • It is an Earth observation satellite of China.
  • It is launched by Long March-4C rocket.
  • Launching station – Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre in north China’s Shanxi Province.
  • It will be used for comprehensive environmental monitoring, to improve the country’s hyperspectral observation capacity of the atmosphere, water and land.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO , India INSPIRESat-1 CubeSat
  • It is developed under the International Satellite Program in Research and Education (INSPIRE)
  • It is developed to study the earth’s ionosphere.
European Space Agency (ESA) Eutelsat Quantum
  • It  is World’s 1st commercial reprogrammable satellite .
  • Launch Vehicle – Ariane 5 rocket
  • Launch station – French Guiana
NASA & ISRO NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar’ (NISAR)
  • NISAR is a joint Earth observation satellite mission between ISRO and US space agency NASA
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) GISAT-1 or EOS-03
  • It is an Earth Observation Satellite.
  • Launched from Satish Dhawan Space Center (SDSC), Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh.
  • It will be placed in a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit by GSLV-F10.
OneWeb,London,United Kingdom 36 Broadband Satellites
  • These satellites provides commercial internet services in the areas of the Northern Hemisphere.
  • All the satellites launched by Soyuz rocket from Vostochny Cosmodrome launching centre Siberia, Russia.
  • The area or country covered by the satellites are UK, Alaska, Northern Europe, Greenland, Iceland, Continental US, the Arctic Seas and Canada.
China National Space Administration ‘Fengyun-3E (FY-3E) Meteorological Satellite
  • Launching vehicles/rockets – Long March-4C carrier rocket.
  • Launching center -Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in China
  • FY-3E is the world’s 1st meteorological satellite for civil service in a dawn-dusk orbit.
  • It will monitor the global snow and ice coverage, sea surface temperature and natural disasters.
China National Space Administration (CNSA) Fengyun-4B
  • China’s 1st New-Generation Meteorological Satellites
  • Geostationary Orbit satellite.
  • Launched by a Long March-3B rocket.
  • Launching station – Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in Sichuan Province of China
  • To provide instant forecast on small & medium scale environmental disasters.
Arianespace ( European satellite launch company) OneWeb
  • OneWeb is a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite.
  • This satellite co-owned by Bharti Global and the UK government.
  • OneWeb plans to launch a fleet of 648 LEO satellites.
  • Launched by Russian spaceport, Vostochny Cosmodrome.
  • This launch is a part of its ‘five to 50’ programme.
  • Main purpose of these satellite is to provide high speed broadband internet connectivity.
European Space Agency (ESA) WISA Woodsat
  • World’s First Wooden Satellite.
  • Designed by – Finland
  • This satellite launched by- New Zealand
  • Launched to test the durability of wooden material for future space missions.
  • The satellite tested by exposing it to extreme space conditions, such as heat, cold, vacuum and radiation.
China National Space Administration (CNSA) Beijing-3 (BJ-3)
HISEA-2 (HS-2)
Yangwang-1 (YW-1)
Tianjin (TJ).
  • Launched by Long March-2D rocket.
  • Launched from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Northern Shanxi Province.
  • These 4 satellite used in ecological environment monitoring, asteroid resource exploration, disaster prevention and mitigation.
paceX DOGE-1 Satellite
  • Moon mission will be launched in 2022
  • It will demonstrate the application of crypto currency beyond Earth orbit
  • First-ever commercial lunar payload in history paid entirely with” Dogecoin.
  • Dogecoin is a crypto currency invented by Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer.
  • Launched through Falcon9 Rocket.
SpaceX 60 Starlink Satellites
  • For providing Internet access through Satellite
China National Space Administration (CNSA) Remote sensing satellite- Yaogan-34
  • Used for the survey of land resources, urban planning, the confirmation of land rights, road network design, crop yield estimation, and disaster prevention and reduction
SpaceX Starship Rocket Prototype ‘SN15’
  • It aims to make human space travel more affordable and routine.
Blue Origin New Shepard rocket
  • 1st Space Tourism Flight of Amzon launch in July 2021
China National Space Administration (CNSA ‘Haiyang-2D
  • Ocean Observation Satellite, launched by a Long March-4B rocket
Roscosmos, Russia Soyuz MS-18 Yu. A. Gagarin Rocket
  • Russia successfully launched a 3-member crew (2 Russian Cosmonauts & 1 American Astronaut) to the International Space Station (ISS) through this rockets.
  • The rocket named after Yuri Gagarin, the 1st human being to travel to space.
  • The rocket was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
United Launch Alliance(ULA), USA spy satellite, NROL-82
  • The satellite launched into space from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.
  • These satellites will provide a wide-range of timely intelligence  information to national decision-makers, warfighters, and intelligence analysts to protect the nation’s vital interests and support humanitarian efforts worldwide.
Russia,Roscosmos Arktika-M
  • 1st satellite to monitor climate change in the Arctic Region.
  • Launched from a Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket.
  • Launch Pad – Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) RH-560 rocket
  • Launching station – Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC), Sriharikota Range (SHAR), Andhra Pradesh.
  • It will study the Atmospheric regions, on Altitude Variations in the Neutral Winds and Plasma Dynamics.
  • Here RH stands for ‘Rohini’ and the number 560 represents the diameter of the Rocket in mm.
  • RH-560 is a 2-stage rocket that can reach a maximum launch altitude of 548 Kms.
US Startup bluShift Aerospace ‘Stardust 1.0’
  • World’s 1st Commercial Rocket powered by Biofuel.
  • It can carry a maximum payload mass of 8 kg.
  • It is developed to launched tiny nano satellites
  • It is 20 Feet Tall & weighs around 250 kg
  • It uses Nitrous Oxide bubbled with Oxygen as an oxidizer
Satellite of Brazil
Launched by ISRO
Amazonia-1
  • It is launched through India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)- C51
  • Launch Site- Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC)-SHAR, Sriharikota.
  • It is PSLV-C51 is the 53rd mission of PSLV.
SpaceX 60 Starlink Satellites
  • Launching station – Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida, United States of America.
  • All the satellites were launched using the Falcon 9 Reusable rockets.
  • These satellite provides satellite Internet access to most of the Earth.
Skyroot Aerospace ‘Kalam-5’
  • Solid-Fueled Rocket Engine.
  • Test fired by – Skyroot Aerospace
  • Launched from – Private Test Facility at Nagpur, Maharashtra.
  • It uses advanced Carbon Composite Structure which are five-times lighter than steel
  • The rocket will be used for launching small satellites by ISRO &other space research organisations.
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency wooden satellite
  • Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
  • It is developed to combat the problem of space junk.
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Sri Shakti Sat
  • Launched by Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV)-C51
  • It is developed by students of Sri Shakthi Institute of Engineering  and Technology.
  • Total cost – Rs. 2.5 Crores.
  • It is developed to perform Internet of Things (IoT) in Space and Inter Satellite Communication.

 

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