India has launched its most telecommunications satellite G-Set 30. The satellite has been launched from Corou, French Guiana. According to ISRO, this satellite was launched from the Ariane 5-VT251 launch vehicle at 2:35 am Indian time. This satellite has replaced inset 4A which is placed in an elliptical orbit.
This satellite will play an important role in telecommunication technology for India for the next 15 years. The two-way solar panel and 180-ampere lithium-ion battery present in this satellite will operate its power system. This satellite will bring a revolutionary change in the communication technology of the country.
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