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ISRO successfully launched PSLV-C55 rocket from Sriharikota
  • The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is launching communication, remote sensing and navigation satellites required by our country. Besides, it also commercially launches foreign satellites.
  • In that way, ISRO's NSIL (Newspace India Limited) entered into an MoU to commercially launch 2 satellites including Teleos-2 owned by Singapore. ISRO decided to launch these satellites by PSLV-C55 rocket.
  • With all preparations completed at the Satish Dhawan Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh, the 25.30-hour countdown to the rocket launch began on the 21st.
  • In this case, the PSLV-C55 rocket with 2 satellites was launched from the first launch pad of the center yesterday at 2.19 pm. Both the satellites were successfully placed into the planned orbit within 19 minutes of liftoff.
  • The primary satellite, Teleos-2, has a total mass of 741 kg. It is an Earth observation satellite capable of operating on Synthetic Aperture Radar technology. It captures accurate images in all weather conditions. The satellite will be used for various tasks including natural disaster monitoring.
  • A small satellite called Lumlight-4 (16 kg) was also launched, designed by the National University of Singapore. It will help in technological exploration and maritime transport.
  • Apart from this, the last part of the PSLV rocket, PS-4, has been tested for the 3rd time under the name 'Boyam-2'. Accordingly, 7 research instruments belonging to 4 research centers including ISRO and Indian Aerophysical Institute have been sent together in PS-4 area. After the satellites are positioned, these probes, aided by the PS-4 region, will orbit the Earth for the next month.
Archery World Cup: India's Surekha Vennam wins gold
  • The Archery World Cup is currently being held in Turkey. Stage 1 Championship is underway. In the women's singles final, India's Jyoti Sureka Vennam won the gold by defeating the 3rd-ranked Charo Loba of Colombia 149-146.
44 Squadron of the Indian Air Force celebrates its Diamond Jubilee
  • The 44th Squadron of the Indian Air Force is celebrating its Diamond Jubilee this year in Chandigarh. The illustrious history of this regiment is a blend of modern India's military history and military diplomacy. Known for courage, bravery, bravery, devotion and professionalism, the Indian Air Force is full of adventures.
  • Formed on 7th April 1961, the squadron operated with AN-12 aircraft till 1985. In March 1985, the force brought the IL-76 to India. The unit was inducted into the Indian Air Force for the first time on 16 June of the same year. The Diamond Jubilee celebrations scheduled for 2021 have been postponed due to the Corona virus.
  • In keeping with the nation's belief of "Vasuthaiva Kutumbakam", the force provided various assistance in times of need to the citizens of the country and people across the globe. The team works under the motto 'Achieve goals through persistence'. In 1985, the squadron was renamed 'Mighty Jets'.
  • The force has been at the forefront of Air Force operations since its inception. The force is always ready to undertake any task assigned to it.

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