ISRO creates history again, launches heavy rocket LVM3 with 36 satellites
India's heaviest rocket LVM-M3 was launched from SHAR range on Sunday with 36 satellites of UK's OneWeb. Another success was added to ISRO's account on Sunday.
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) created another history on Sunday. ISRO successfully launched the LVM-3-M3 rocket from Sriharikota launching pad today. Through this, 36 satellites of One Babe were also installed in space. This is the second launch for ISRO in 2023 after the successful launch of the SSLV-D2/EOS07 mission in February.
Another success was added to ISRO's account on Sunday. India has created history by launching and launching 36 OneWeb Internet satellites into space. India's heaviest launch rocket was launched from the launch vehicle mark to Low Earth Orbit.
The LVM-3-M3 launch vehicle weighing 643 tonnes and 43.5 meters tall is the heaviest launch vehicle of ISRO which has completed five successful flights so far including the Chandrayaan-2 mission. These 36 satellites weigh 5805 tonnes.
Airtel i.e. Bharti Enterprises is also a shareholder in British start-up company One Web. Let us tell you that ISRO has two deals with OneWeb, one of which was done last year. For the second time in this rocket, a private company is carrying a satellite, and its success rate has been 100 percent. In October last year too, ISRO launched 36 satellites of Onebase with an LVM-3 rocket.