ISRO launched PSLV-C53 rocket on 30th June

ISRO launched PSLV-C53 rocket carrying three Singapore satellites took off from the space center at Sriharikota by Satish Dhawan on 30 June.

Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is set to launch PSLV-C53 rocket carrying three satellites Singapore at 6.02 pm on 30th June. The rocket PSLV-C53 carrying three Singapore satellites took off from the space center at Sriharikota by Satish Dhawan. The 25-hour countdown is well underway for the mission that began 29th June evening. Six nano-satellites, including two private space startups from India, will also go into space in 30th June mission.

ISRO launched PSLV-C53 rocket

PSLV-C53 is the 2nd dedicated commercial mission of NSIL. It is designed to orbit DS-EO satellite along with 2 other co-passenger satellites from Singapore.
It is the 55th mission of PSLV. There are 3 satellites—DS-EO and NeuSAR—both belonging to Singapore and built by the Stareck Initiative, Republic of Korea, while the 3rd is the 2.8 kg Scub-1 from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

Qns : What was the name of the rocket launched by ISRO on 30th June?

Ans : ISRO is set to launch PSLV-C53 rocket carrying three satellites from Singapore at 6.02 pm on 30th June.

Qns : Where did ISRO launched PSLV-C53 rocket carrying three Singapore satellites?

Ans : The rocket PSLV-C53 carrying three Singapore satellites took off from the space center at Sriharikota by Satish Dhawan.

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