Communication Satellite GSAT-6A Technical Delay: Sent on Thursday

Communication Satellite GSAT-6A Technical Delay: Sent on Thursday

Communication Satellite GSAT-6A Technical Delay: Sent on Thursday


The communication satellite GSAT-6A, sent by Indian Space Research (ISRO), is expected to be faulty. No information has been issued about this satellite from ISRO in the past 48 hours. The last bulletin on this satellite was released on the morning of March 30 at 9.22. Sources linked to ISRO say that the technical fault has come in the satellite and the scientist-engineer has been working to overcome it.

Communication Satellite GSAT-6A Technical Delay: Sent on Thursday


According to sources, there has been no problem with the power system of the satellite. However, no one is ready to speak on behalf of ISRO and it is not being told whether it can be cured or not.

Communication Satellite GSAT-6A Technical Delay: Sent on Thursday


Let us know that GSAT 6A is a communication satellite and it has spent Rs. 270 crores for its preparation. It will be used primarily for the Indian Army. This satellite will help in mobile communications even in extremely remote areas. Earlier on August 31, 2017, the launch of the IRNSS 1H satellite from PSLV was unsuccessful.

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