India’s Earth observation satellite failed to launch, technical failures in ignition phase
China News Service, August 12, according to the Associated Press, on the 12th local time, a rocket in India failed to successfully put an Earth observation satellite into orbit. The satellite is planned to be used to monitor hurricanes and other Real-time images of potential natural disasters.
The Indian Space Agency said that shortly after the rocket was launched from the space center on Sri Hri Gorda Island in southern India, there was a technical failure in the final ignition phase.
p >On April 1, 2019 local time, at the Sadish-Dhawan Space Center in India, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) carrying the electromagnetic spectrum measurement satellite EMISAT and 28 other satellites were launched into space.
According to reports, this satellite will be synchronized with the earth. It will provide collected images of thunderstorms, and obtain data on agriculture, forestry and ocean conditions.
The Indian Space Agency has not yet revealed what will happen to rockets and satellites after they fail to ignite.
Indian expert Pallava Baghra said: “Since the third phase has not yet ignited and the satellite has not reached the speed to keep it in orbit, it will soon fall back to Earth.”< /p>