The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched the Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV-D2) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota to place three satellites, EOS-07, Janus-1, and AzaadiSAT-2, into a 450 km circular orbit.
ISRO congratulated the three satellite teams for making the satellites and placing them in the right orbit. They noted that they had analyzed the problems faced in SSLV-D1, identified corrective actions, and implemented them at a very fast pace to ensure the vehicle becomes successful this time.
The mission was accomplished successfully, with the SSLV-D2 placing the three satellites in their intended orbits.
ISRO chief K. Sivan congratulated the teams for their hard work and dedication in making the launch a success. He also noted that the success of the SSLV-D2/EOS-07 mission was a testament to the hard work and commitment of the ISRO team.
The launch of SSLV-D2 is a major milestone for ISRO and is an important step in the development of India’s space program. The successful launch of the three satellites will provide India with better access to space and will help to expand our knowledge and capabilities in this field.