Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is ready for another mission. On May 22, at 5:27 a.m., the satellite-2B satellite will be launched from Sriharikota in Tamil Nadu. This launch will be from PSLB-C46. This is the fourth satellite of the Satellite Satellite series. It will be used in reconnaissance activities, strategic supervisors and disaster management. For the continuous service of the reset, the 300Kg Reset-2B satellite will be sent to the synthetic aperture radar (abstract) imager.
This satellite will be installed at a height of 555 km. After about seven years of Reset-2, the launch of Reset-2B in Indian-Radar Imaging Satellites is being launched.
‘Abstract’ will remove the shortage of reset 2
According to ISRO sources, regular clouds or optical imaging satellites are not able to show the condition of things present on the ground when the clouds are cloudy. The essence will fulfill this shortcoming. Whether it is night, cloudy or raining in every season, it can release the right picture of the object. This will help the people engaged in disaster relief work and security forces.
Reset 6 Satellite Launch Plans
ISRO plans to launch at least six satellites such as Reset in the near future. Reset-2B in Reset-2Br 1, Reset-2Br2, Reset-1A, Reset-1B, Reset 2A are the major ones. These will increase the reconnaissance capacity of the country at a height of around 500 km in all the satellite space.