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Isro to launch Insat-4C replacement by July 2007

Soon after the failure of the GSLV-F02 launch rocket carrying the Insat-4C communication satellite, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has decided to act fast to meet the growing need for Ku-band transponders from the direct-to-home (DTH) sector.

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Failure analysis committee on GSLV-F02 constituted

BANGALORE: Following the unsuccessful launch of Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV-F02) with INSAT-4C on board from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR (SDSC-SHAR), Sriharikota on 10 July, a Failure Analysis Committee has been constituted by Isro.

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GSLV to launch Insat-4C on 10 July

MUMBAI: The countdown is on for the launch of GSLV-F02, which will be carrying the state-of-the-art communication satellite Insat-4C into space. The launch is expected to take place around 4:30 pm on Monday, 10 July, the Indian Space Research Organisation announced today.

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Isro sets the launch of Insat 4C for mid-July

MUMBAI: Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is targeting to launch Insat -4C in the second week of July, the latest in the Insat 4 series. The launch of this satellite is being seen as a big boost for the DTH operators. Kalanithi Maran's Sun Group has booked space on Insat 4C for its direct-...

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METSAT safe in orbital slot

MUMBAI: India's first exclusive meteorological satellite, METSAT yesterday reached its space home at 74 degree east longitude at 36,000 kms altitude achieving its intended geo- stationary orbit.

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