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February 20th, 2020
ISRO satellite to guard India’s borders soon; Satellite launch in March this year

Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO is all set to launch a new earth observation satellite GISAT 1 in March this year. The Geo Imaging satellite will be launched from the Sriharikota Satellite Launch Centre. The satellite which will be carried in an Earth Observing (EO) spacecraft will be placed in the geostationary orbit of around 36,000 kilometre, according to a report by the Hindu. This is the first of the two EO satellites that are going to be launched by the ISRO. The satellite will be fixed at a particular spot so that it looks over the Indian subcontinent all the time. Read More at Financial Express