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India’s most advanced weather satellite INSAT-3DS has been successfully launched.

Sri Harikota: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) once again created history by successfully launching the country’s most advanced weather satellite INSAT 3DS. ISRO launched third generation weather forecasting satellite ‘INSAT-3DS’ with GSLV rocket from Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh. Giving information about the 2,274-kg satellite launched by the 51.7-metre GSLV-F14 rocket, ISRO said it will serve various departments under the Ministry of Earth Sciences, including the India Meteorological Department (IMD). This is ISRO’s second mission in 2024 after the successful launch of PSLV-C58/Exposet mission on January 1.

Established in desired orbit 20 minutes after launch

After the launch at exactly 5.35 pm today, the satellite was placed in the desired orbit after about 20 minutes of flight. The last satellite of this series, INSAT-3DR, was launched on 8 September 2016. Various departments under the Ministry of Earth Sciences such as India Meteorological Department, National Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasting, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, National Institute of Ocean Technology, Indian National Ocean Information Services Center and various other agencies and institutions I am busy. INSAT-3DS will use data from the satellite to provide improved weather forecasting and meteorology services.

What is the purpose of launching INSAT 3DS?

INSAT 3DS is India’s third generation meteorological satellite and is fully funded by the Ministry of Earth Sciences. It is designed for advanced meteorological observations and monitoring of land and sea levels for weather forecasting and disaster warning. With the help of this satellite it will be possible to make more accurate weather forecasts. INSAT 3DS will provide vertical profiles of various meteorological parameters of the atmosphere. Apart from this, with the help of this ISRO satellite, the surface of the earth can be monitored more accurately.

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