ISRO: India Will Launch latest Radar Imaging Satellite (Risat-2BR1) in Space: Well, the Indian Space Research Organization is once again going to blow off the world by launching the new satellite again. Reports are coming that the ISRO is all set to launch its Radar Imaging Satellite, the RISAT-2BR1, on May 22 from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh. People are quite excited about this whole thing as well as the ISRO. You all should know that it is a remote sensing satellite, provide all-weather surveillance using synthetic aperture radars (SAR).
- Isro will launch its latest radar imaging satellite (Risat-2BR1) from Sriharikota on May 22.
- The new imaging satellite will boost all-weather surveillance capabilities of Indian security forces.
- It can help keep an eye on the activities of jihadi terror camps in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.
You all should know that it is one of the best approaches as RISAT’s are the first all-weather observation satellites from ISRO. Reports are coming that this new satellite is going to work out for everyone. Also, the observation satellites banked mainly on optical and spectral sensors which often were handicapped by cloud cover. We think that things are going to work out soon for the Radar Imaging Satellite, the RISAT-2BR1.
Also, the reports are coming that the configuration of RISAT-2BR is different from the previous RISAT. We think that this new satellite is going to improved observation and imaging capabilities. You all should know that this new one will be launch by ISRO’s own Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle. Some reports are coming that the ISRO is also planning to send its cartography satellite Catosat-3 along with various small defense satellites.
Also, you all should know that the RISAT-2 was successfully deployed on April 20, 2009. Even, RISAT-1 was successfully launched on April 26, 2012, with a span of 5 years. Some reports are also suggesting that India will land on the moon around September 6 and the ISRO launches its second lunar mission ‘Chandrayaan 2’ between July 9 and July 16. We think that the things are going to work out for the Indian Space Research Organization is way too good.