List of Satellites Launched By India 1975 to 2023 PDF Download

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भारत 1975 से विभिन्न प्रकार के उपग्रहों को सफलतापूर्वक लॉन्च कर रहा है। भारत अंतरिक्ष अनुसंधान संगठन (ISRO) को भारत की एकमात्र अंतरिक्ष एजेंसी माना जाता है और 1969 में इसका गठन किया गया था। इसरो का मुख्यालय बैंगलोर में है।

इस लिस्ट में भारत गणराज्य में निर्मित और संचालित अधिकांश कृत्रिम उपग्रह शामिल हैं। भारत 1975 से विभिन्न प्रकार के उपग्रहों को सफलतापूर्वक लंच करता रहा है। भारत के रॉकेटों के अलावा, इन उपग्रहों को विभिन्न वाहनों से लॉन्च किया गया है, जिनमें कभीकभी अमेरिकी, रूसी और यूरोपीय रॉकेट भी शामिल हैं। भारत के अंतरिक्ष कार्यक्रम के लिए जिम्मेदार संगठन इसरो है और यह इन उपग्रहों के डिजाइन, निर्माण, प्रक्षेपण और संचालन की अधिकांश जिम्मेदारी वहन करता है। भारत द्वारा प्रक्षेपित उपग्रहों की लिस्ट नीचे दी गयी है।

List of Satellites Launched by India PDF Download

 List of Satellites Launched By India 1975 to 2023

Year of Launch Satellite Importance
1975 Aryabhata First Indian Satellite. It gave valuable technological knowhow about satellites.
1979 BhaskaraI First experimental remote sensing satellite that carried TV and microwave cameras.
1979 Rohini Technology Payload The first Indian launch vehicle.
1980 Rohini RS1 India’s first indigenous satellite launch.
1981 Rohini RSD1 Launched by the first developmental launch of SLV3 and carried a solidstate camera.
1981 Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment First experimental communication satellite.
1981 BhaskaraII Second experimental remote sensing satellite.
1982 INSAT1A First operational multipurpose communication and meteorology satellite.
1983 Rohini RSD2 Carried a smart sensor camera.
1983 INSAT1B Very successful. Revolutionized TV, radio, and telecommunications.
1987 SROSS1 Less Accomplishment.
1988 IRS1A Earth observation satellite.
1988 SROSS2 Less Accomplishment.
1988 INSAT1C Less Accomplishment.
1990 INSAT1D Still operational.
1991 IRS1B Earth observation satellite.
1992 SROSSC Carried gammaray astronomy and aeronomy payload.
1992 INSAT2DT It was launched as Arabsat 1C.
1992 INSAT2A First satellite in the secondgeneration Indianbuilt INSAT2 series.
1993 INSAT2B Second satellite in INSAT 2 series.
1993 IRS1E Earth observation satellite.
1994 SROSSC2 Less Accomplishment.
1994 IRSP2 Earth observation satellite. Launched by second developmental flight of PSLV.
1995 INSAT2C Still in operation. Has television outreach beyond Indian boundaries.
1995 IRS1C Earth observation satellite.
1994 IRSP2 Earth observation satellite.
1996 IRSP3 Earth observation satellite.
1997 INSAT2D Inoperable since 19971004 due to power bus anomaly.
1997 IRS1D Earth observation satellite.
1999 INSAT2E Multipurpose communication and meteorological satellite.
1999 IRSP4 OCEANSAT Earth observation satellite carrying a Multifrequency Scanning Microwave Radiometer (MSMR)and an Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM).
2000 INSAT3B Multipurpose communication satellite.
2001 GSAT1 Experimental satellite for the first developmental flight of GSLVD1.
2001 Technology Experiment Satellite (TES) Experimental satellite to test new reaction control system, hightorque reaction wheels, and attitude and orbit control system.
2001 INSAT3C Designed to provide continuity of the services of INSAT2C and augment the existing INSAT capacity for communication and broadcasting.
2002 Kalpana1 (METSAT) First meteorological satellite built by Indian Space Research Organisation.
2003 INSAT3A Multipurpose satellite for communication, broadcasting, and meteorological services along with and Kalpana1 and INSAT2E.
2003 GSAT2 Experimental satellite for the 2nd developmental test flight of GSLV.
2003 INSAT3E Communication satellite to augment the existing INSAT System
2003 RESOURCESAT1 (IRSP6) Most advanced Remote Sensing Satellite
2004 EDUSAT (GSAT3) India’s first satellite exclusively for education
2005 HAMSAT Microsatellite for radio services to national and international community
2005 CARTOSAT1 Earth observation satellite
2005 INSAT4A Directtohome(DTH) TV broadcasting
2006 INSAT4C Geosynchronous communications satellite
2007 CARTOSAT2 Remote sensing satellitecarrying panchromatic camera
2007 SRE1 (Space Capsule Recovery Experiment) Test satellites to show an orbiting platform for performing tests in microgravity conditions
2007 INSAT4B Similar to INSAT4A
2007 INSAT4CR Identical to INSAT4C
2008 CARTOSAT2A Similar to CARTOSAT2
2008 IMS1 Lowcost microsatellite
2008 Chandrayaan1 India’s first lunar probe
2009 RISAT2 Radar imaging satellite
2009 ANUSAT Research Microsatellite developed by Anna University
2009 Oceansat2 Collects oceanographic, coastal and atmospheric data
2010 GSAT4 Communications satellite technology which failed during the mission
2010 CARTOSAT2B Earth observation/remote sensing satellite.
2010 GSAT5P /INSAT4D Mission failed
2011 RESOURCESAT2 Remotesensing satellite
2011 INSAT4G Cband communication satellite
2011 Youthsat IndoRussian stellar and atmospheric satellite
2011 GSAT12 communication satellite
2011 MeghaTropiques IndoFrench collaborative effort to research on water cycle in the atmosphere
2012 RISAT1 First indigenous allweather Radar Imaging Satellite
2012 GSAT10 advanced communication satellite
2013 SARAL Mission for oceanographic studies
2013 IRNSS1A Seven spacecraft constituting the IRNSS space segment
2013 INSAT3 Meteorological Satellite
2013 GSAT7 Advanced multiband communication satellite dedicated for military purpose
2013 Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) India’s first Mars orbiter
2014 GSAT14 Geostationary communication satellite
2014 IRNSS1B Second satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2014 IRNSS 1C Third satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2014 GSAT16 communication satellite
2014 IRNSS1D Fourth satellites in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2014 GSAT6 Communication satellite
2015 Astrosat India’s first dedicated multiwavelength space Observatory
2015 GSAT15 Communications satellite, carries GPS Aided GEO Augmented Navigation (GAGAN) payload
2016 IRNSS1E Fifth satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2016 IRNSS1F Sixth satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2016 IRNSS1G Seventh and final satellite in the Indian Regional Navigation Satellite System
2016 CARTOSAT2C Earth observation remote sensing satellite
2016 INSAT3DR An advanced meteorological satellite of India configured with an imaging System and an Atmospheric Sounder.
2016 SCATSAT1 Miniature satellite to give climate anticipating, tornado expectation, and tracking services to India.
2017 CARTOSAT2D The highest number of satellites (104 satellites) launched by a single launch vehicle.
2018 CARTOSAT 2F CartoSat2F is the 6th satellite in the Cartosat series to be built by ISRO.
2018 MICROSAT TD This satellite is a technology demonstrator and the forerunner of future satellites.
2018 INS 1C This is the third satellite in the Indian Nanosatellite series, which carried a Miniature Multispectral Technology Demonstration (MMXTD) Payload.
2018 GSAT 6A This satellite is a high power Sband communication satellite configured around I2K bus.
2018 IRNSS 1I This satellite is the 6th in the series and facilitates GPS navigation.
2018 GSAT29 This satellite facilitates highthroughput communication.
2018 HySYS It facilitates Hyperspectral imaging services for agriculture, forestry, and military applications.
2018 ExseedSat1 1st privately funded satellite of India.
2018 GSAT11 Heaviest spacecraft of India.
2018 GSAT7A Facilitates services for Indian Army and Air Force.
2019 MicrosatR This satellite facilitates Earth imaging for defense purposes.
2019 KalamSATV2 It is the world’s lightest satellite.
2019 GSAT31 This is a highthroughput Telecommunication Satellite.
2019 EMISAT This facilitates Electromagnetic intelligence to track any enemy radars for the IAF.
2019 Chandrayaan2 India’s second lunar exploration mission.
2019 Cartosat3 Cartosat3 is one of the optical satellites with the highest resolutions in the world.
2020 GSAT30 GSAT30 is the 41st communication satellite launched by ISRO to replace INSAT4A. It provides advanced telecommunication services to the entire Indian subcontinent.
2020 EOS01 It is an earth observation satellite.

List of satellites expected to be launched by India in 2023-24

Mission name Expected launch Spacecraft Details
Aditya-L1 February 2023 (expected) Solar observation Aditya-L1 is the first Indian observatory class mission to study the solar corona using a solar coronagraph and also chromosphere using near UV instrument. X-ray spectroscopic instruments will provide flare spectra while the in-situ payload observes the solar events during their passage from Sun to Earth.
X-ray Polarimeter Satellite Q2 2023 Space observatory The X-ray Polarimeter Satellite (XPoSat) is a ISRO planned space observatory to study polarization of cosmic X-rays. It is planned to be launched in 2022 on a Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV) and to provide a service time of at least five years. XPoSat will study the 50 brightest known sources in the universe, including pulsars, black hole X-ray binaries, active galactic nuclei, and non-thermal supernova remnants.
Chandrayaan-3 July 2023 Lunar lander, rover Mission repeat of Chandrayaan-2 with lander, rover, and a propulsion module to attempt a soft landing of the lunar surface.
Gaganyaan 1 mid-2023 Uncrewed spacecraft flight test Gaganyaan (“Orbital Vehicle”) is an Indian crewed orbital spacecraft (jointly made by ISRO and HAL) intended to be the basis of the Indian Human Spaceflight Programme. The spacecraft is being designed to carry three people, and a planned upgraded version will be equipped with rendezvous and docking capability. This will be the first of two flight tests prior to the inaugural crewed mission.
Gaganyaan 2 2023–2024 Uncrewed spacecraft flight test Second of two flight tests prior to the inaugural crewed mission.
NISAR January 2024 SAR satellite NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR) is a joint project between NASA and ISRO to co-develop and launch a dual-frequency synthetic aperture radar satellite to be used for remote sensing. It is notable for being the first dual-band radar imaging satellite.[10]
Gaganyaan 3 2024 Crewed spacecraft First crewed Gaganyaan mission. If successful, India would become the fourth country in the world (after the USA, Soviet Union and China) to independently send humans in space.
Shukrayaan-1 December 2024 Venus orbiter The Indian Venusian orbiter mission is a planned orbiter to Venus by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to study the atmosphere of Venus.
Lunar Polar Exploration Mission 2024 Lunar lander, rover Lunar Polar Exploration Mission is a concept mission by JAXA and ISRO to explore the south pole region of the Moon in 2024. The mission concept has not yet been formally proposed for funding and planning.
Mangalyaan 2 2024 Mars orbiter Mars Orbiter Mission 2 (MOM 2) also called Mangalyaan 2 is India’s second interplanetary mission planned for launch to Mars by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in the 2021–2022 time frame. It will consist of an orbiter, as said by ISRO chairman, K. Shivan in an interview, but chances are that it will also include a lander and a rover.
AstroSat-2 TBD Space telescope AstroSat-2 is India’s second dedicated multi-wavelength space telescope, proposed by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) as the successor of the current Astrosat-1 observatory. ISRO launched an ‘Announcement of Opportunity in February 2018 requesting proposals from Indian scientists for ideas and the development of instruments for astronomy and astrophysics.

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