Now mission aatmanirbhar in space: first time, ISRO will launch satellite on 28 February in the names of 25 thousand people with Bhagwad Gita and photos of PM Modi

Now mission aatmanirbhar in space: first time, ISRO will launch satellite on 28 February in the names of 25 thousand people with Bhagwad Gita and photos of PM Modi
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On 28 February, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is about to launch a satellite that will go to space (SPACE) with the photographs of the Bhagwad Gita, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the names of 25,000 people. This will happen for the first time in the history of the country's space mission.

The special feature of this mission is that it has been prepared by the Indian startup SpaceKids India under the self-sufficient India campaign. The Nano Satellite will be launched by the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).

Four satellites to be launched, three of them made in India 

At the end of the month, ISRO will launch two other Indian satellites along with this Nano satellite and also a Brazilian satellite Amazonia-1. The names of these three Indian satellites are Satish Dhawan, Anand and UnitySat. Among these, Satish Dhawan Satellite will take the names of 25 thousand students with the picture of Bhagwad Gita, PM Narendra Modi. It has been developed by SpaceKids India. The four satellites will be launched via PSLV C-51 from Sriharikota, 100 km from Chennai at 10:24 am.

Name of ISRO chief also included in satellite 

The founder and CEO of SpaceKids India, Dr. Srimathi Kesan said that we have added PM Modi's name and his photo in the top panel of the satellite. Apart from this, ISRO head doctor K.K. The name of Sivan and Scientific Secretary Dr. R. Uma Maheswaran are written on the panel below. He said that even before this, people have taken a holy book like Bible into space. Therefore, we too have decided to send the name of Bhagavad Gita.

That is why the names of PM Modi and 25 thousand students were given According to Dr. Kesan, SpaceKids India was created by the great scientist Satish Dhawan. It is an institution that promotes space science among students. Therefore, we have included the names of 25 thousand students in it. At the same time, under the self-reliant India campaign, the country's startups are preparing it, so the picture and name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was included. PM is promoting self-reliant India and startups. Apart from these, it has been decided to include the name of ISRO Chief Dr. K Sivan and Scientific Secretary Dr. R. Uma Maheswaran for the contribution made in the field of Space Science.

Complete information about all four satellites

 1)Amazonia-1 is the first Earth Observation Satellite, developed entirely by Brazil. It is also being called the primary payload of this mission.

2)Anand is created by Indian startup Pixxel. It is the country's first commercial private remote-sensing satellite. The Bangalore-based company plans to deploy 30 satellites into space by 2023.

3)The Satish Dhawan Satellite is built by Chennai based Spacekids India. It will study the radiation and magnetosphere present in space.

4)UnitySat is actually made up of three satellites. It has been jointly designed and built by JappyR Institute of Technology (JITsat), GH Raisoni College of Engineering (GHRCEsat), Nagpur and Sri Sri Shakti Institute of Engineering and Technology (Sri Shakthi Sat), Coimbatore.