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Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Upcoming Missions of Indian Space Research Organisation Institute (ISRO) in 2022-23


Upcoming Missions of Indian Space Research Organisation Institute (ISRO) in 2022-23 | List of all important missions

The Indian Space & Research Organisation  ( ISRO ) successfully issued the Earth Observation Satellite (EOS-04) onboard the Polar Satellite issue Vehicle on Monday. The issue carried two other ride share satellites into orbit as the Indian space agency set in motion work for year 2022.

The launch was managed from SAR in Sriharikota at 5:59 am to deploy EOS-04 in the Sun-Synchronous Orbit nearly 529 kilometers above the globe. The four-stage rocket lifted off with a pupil satellite INSPIRESat and a spacecraft dubbed INSAT-2DT that is a precursor of a joint India-Bhutan mission in the time ahead .

Amid cheers in Mission Control, the issue director declared that all three satellites were successfully deployed. Following the issue , ISRO chief S Somnath told , "The mission of PSLV-C52 has been successfully accomplished."

The Earth Observation Satellite-04 is even called Radar Imaging Satellite (RISAT) that has been designed to give high-quality images under all weather conditions for applications like  agriculture, forestry, and plantations, flood mapping, soil moisture & hydrology. The spacecraft will gathered  observation data in C-Band completing the observations done by Resourcesat, Cartosat, and RISAT-2B series. The satellite has an operating life of the10 years.

Vital Upcoming Space Missions of ISRO (2022-23)


  • RISAT-1A- Issued on 14 February 2022, RISAT-1A is a Radar imaging satellite. Its configuration is same to RISAT-1. It is a land-based mission with the primary application in terrain mapping and analysis of the land area, ocean and water surface for soil moisture.

  • Gaganyaan 1- Expected to issue in the month of June this year, Gaganyaan-1 is an unscrewed spacecraft flight test. The spacecraft is being designed to carry 3 people, and a planned upgraded version will be equipped with rendezvous and docking capability. This will be the 1st of two flight tests prior to the inaugural crewed mission.

  • Aditya-L1- It will be issued in 2022. Aditya-L-1 is a solar observation. Aditya-L1 is the 1st Indian observatory class mission to study the solar corona using a solar corona graph and even chromosome using near UV instrument. X-ray spectroscopic instrument will give  flare spectra while in-situ payload observe the solar events during their passage from Sun to Earth. 

  • Chandrayaan-3- Expected to issue  in August 2022, it is a Lunar lander, rover. Mission repeat of Chandrayaan-2 with lander, rover and a propulsion module to try a soft landing of the lunar surface.

  • Gaganyaan 2- Expected to issue  in 2022-23, it is a second of two flight tests prior to the inaugural crewed mission.

  • NISAR- To be issued in 2023, NISAR is a SAR satellite. NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) is a joint project between NASA and ISRO to co-develop and issue  a dual-frequency synthetic aperture radar satellite to be used for remote sensing. It will utilize the first dual-band radar imaging satellite. 

  • Gaganyaan 3- Expected to issue is 2023, it will be the 1st crewed Gaganyan mission. 

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