Bengaluru, June 23: The GSAT-24 satellite, built by ISRO for NewSpace India Limited (NSIL), was successfully launched by French company Arianespace from Kourou in French Guiana (South America) on Thursday. GSAT-24 is a 24-Ku band communication satellite weighing 4180 kg with pan-India coverage for meeting DTH application needs.
It was the first “demand driven” communication satellite mission undertaken by NSIL post space sector reforms. NSIL, a Government of India company under the Department of Space, has leased the entire satellite capacity to Tata Play.
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ESA 🇪🇺 Ariane 5 rocket carrying the 🇮🇳 GSAT-24 and 🇲🇾 MEASAT 3d communications satellites, deployed both successfully pic.twitter.com/38naa5n0Eh
— Viper (@viper202020) June 22, 2022
GSAT-24 was launched on-board Ariane-V VA257 flight from the Guiana Space Centre, Europe’s spaceport in Kourou.
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