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2021 GSLV mission failed due to loss of pressure in fuel tank: Isro

The launch of the earth observation satellite EOS-03 aboard the Geostationary Launch Vehicle (GSLV F-10) failed on August 13 after the third stage of the rocket did not ignite due to a “technical anomaly,” the space agency said at the time.
The GSLV is a three-stage rocket, with the first stage using solid fuel, the second stage using liquid fuel, and the third stage using cryogenic fuel – gases stored in liquid form at extremely low temperature – that enhances the carrying capacity of the rocket. (AP)
The GSLV is a three-stage rocket, with the first stage using solid fuel, the second stage using liquid fuel, and the third stage using cryogenic fuel – gases stored in liquid form at extremely low temperature – that enhances the carrying capacity of the rocket. (AP)
Updated on Nov 20, 2021 02:41 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Isro GISAT-1 failure: All you need to know about anomaly in cryogenic stage

The 51.70-metre tall rocket lifted off as planned at 05.43am, and its performance in the first and second stages was normal, Isro said. But minutes after the launch, the space agency said there the engines failed to ignite in the cryogenic stage.
Isro's GSLV-F10 with earth observation satellite EOS-03 on-board blasts off from Sriharikota, early on Thursday.(PTI Photo)
Isro's GSLV-F10 with earth observation satellite EOS-03 on-board blasts off from Sriharikota, early on Thursday.(PTI Photo)
Published on Aug 12, 2021 11:17 AM IST
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By | Written by Amit Chaturvedi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Satellite set for Mar 28 launch will provide real time images of India's borders

GISAT-1 is slated to be lofted into space by GSLV-F10 rocket from Sriharikota spaceport in Andhra Pradesh's Nellore district, about 100 kms north of Chennai.
The launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10 rocket was originally planned for March 5 last year but postponed a day before the blast-off due to technical reasons.(Isro official website)
The launch of GISAT-1 onboard GSLV-F10 rocket was originally planned for March 5 last year but postponed a day before the blast-off due to technical reasons.(Isro official website)
Published on Mar 07, 2021 06:55 PM IST
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