ISRO AzadiSAT: India's daughters made Azadi Satellite, know everything about this mission of 750 girl students

Pankaj Prasad
ISRO AzadiSAT
ISRO AzadiSAT

ISRO has launched its SSLV Azadi satellite.

ISRO AzadiSAT: Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has launched its SSLV AzadiSAT satellite. This satellite has been made by 750 girl students from 75 schools. Azadi Satellite was launched from Sriharikota. Let us tell you that on the completion of 75 years of India's independence, the Central Government is celebrating the 75th Amrit Mahotsav of Independence. Under this program, a satellite named Azadi has been launched today. The satellite has been made by a company named Space Kids India.

What is the purpose of the Azadi Satellite?

Azadi Satellite has been made only by girl students, whose weight is 8Kg. At the same time, 75 different payloads weighing 50-50 grams have been installed in it. The main objective of satellite is to bring students forward in fields like Science, Tech, Engineering, Maths. All the students have also been taught to make these payloads. At the same time, the Micro-class EO-02 satellite has been provided with advanced optical remote sensing operating in the infrared band and coming with high spatial resolution. These were made by the girl students of government schools in rural India on the 75th anniversary of independence with the help of ISRO scientists.

The satellite also includes selfie cameras

Along with 75 Femto experiments, selfie cameras have also been installed in the Azadsat satellite weighing eight kg. It will be suitable for photographing its solar panels and long-distance communication transponders. This project with a mission of six months duration of ISRO is part of the Amrit Mahotsav celebrations of Independence.