The First Photo of Cartosat-2 Series Satellite Sent by ISRO from the Space
Indian Space Research Center (ISRO) has released the first photo taken by CARTOSAT-2 ISRO satellite on Tuesday. Uploaded on ISRO’s website This photo shows the Holkar Stadium in Indore. Please tell us that ISRO launched this satellite on January 12 from Sriharikota space port.
See this photo issued by ISRO of Holkar Stadium.
This photo was released on ISRO’s website, with headquarters in Bangalore. The satellite was successfully installed in its orbit after launching the spacecraft PSLV-C40 rocket on January 12.
Pakistan is shocked to see this achievement of ISRO and India. Prior to the launch of the ISRO’s 100th satellite on behalf of the Pakistani Foreign Ministry, he said that India is pursuing a dual policy with the satellites being launched. Pakistan says that these satellites can be used in civil and military purposes. He has said that it should not be used for military capabilities, if this happens then it will have an adverse impact on the area.
Co-passenger satellites comprise of a micro and a nano satellite of India, while six other countries – three micro and 25 nano satellites of Canada, Finland, France, Korea, UK and USA are included. These 28 international satellites have been launched under the trade agreements between ISRO and Antrix Corporation Limited. This is the third satellite of the 100th satellite CARTOSAT-2 series.