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ISRO launched the GSLVF10/EOS03 mission, but faced setbacks due to abnormal performance in the Cryogenic Stage

ISRO Launches GSLV-F10/EOS-03 Mission But Faces Setback.

Thursday, 12th August 2021

The space agency claimed that the long-awaited mission by the Indian Space Research Organization to use the GSLV rocket to position the Earth observation satellite for the second time this year is facing setbacks because the mission cannot be fully completed due to to the abnormal performance of the satellite. rocket during the low-temperature phase.


Thursday. At 5:43 am, India's Geosynchronous Rocket Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLVF10) encountered a low-temperature engine problem about 7 minutes after launch. This is the third and last engine. The rocket was unable to send detailed information to the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) ground center at the Sriharikota spaceport. Announcing the failure of the mission, ISRO President K. Sivan said: "Technical anomalies were observed during the low-temperature stage and the mission could not be completed."


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Shortly after the 26-hour countdown, the 51.70-meter-high GSLVF10 / EOS03 rocket left the spaceport at 5:43 a.m. as scheduled. The second launch pad was successfully taken off.


Prior to takeoff, the Launch Clearance Committee cleared the deck as scheduled for normal takeoff. Scientists at the Mission Control Center said the performance of the first and second stages of the rocket is normal.


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However, a few minutes later, the scientists appeared in the discussion, and the director of range operations announced at the mission control center that "due to abnormal performance, the mission could not be completed."


"Performance anomalies observed during the low-temperature phase. The mission could not be fully completed," announced the range operations supervisor at the mission control center. The mission objective of Thursday is to frequently provide near real-time images of a large area to quickly monitor natural disasters, incidents and get early warnings of agriculture, forestry, water bodies, and disasters, monitoring the spectral characteristics of cyclones, cloudbursts, and thunderstorms.


The News Talkie Bureau


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