ISRO is ready to launch the Brazilian satellite Amazonia-1 and 20 other payloads, including one built by an Indian start-up on February 28. In the year of 2021, this is the first space mission in India by the Bengaluru-headquartered Indian Space Research Organisation.
It is said that at 10,23 AM from from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR in Sriharikota the launch of the satellite Amazonia-1 and 20 other payloads is going to take place.
K. Sivan who is the chairman of ISRO has said that it is the beginning of the new era if space reforms, and mentioned it as the “special for us, special for the entire country”.
“PSLV-C51 (mission) is going to be a first of its kind in the country. It is going to initiate a new era of space reforms in India and I am sure that these private people will take this activity further and provide services for the entire country,” K Sivan said.