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Foreign Satellites Launched by India

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Foreign Satellites Launched by India

Our country, India has launched 257 satellites for 28 different countries as of September, 2018.The following table illustrates the major Foreign Satellites Launched by India-

 

However, A satellite is an object in space that orbits or circles around a bigger object. Also, there are two kinds of satellites: natural (such as the moon orbiting the Earth) or artificial (such as the International Space Station orbiting the Earth).

Besides, there are dozens upon dozens of natural satellites in the solar system, with almost every planet having at least one moon. Likewise, Saturn has 53 natural satellitse, and between 2004 and 2017, it also had an artificial one — the Cassini Spacecraft, which explored the ringed planet and its moons.

Also, Artificial satellites, however, did not become a reality until the mid-20th century. On the other hand , The first artificial satellite is a Russian beach-ball-size space probe, Sputnik that lifted off on Oct. 4, 1957. Also, that act shocked much of the western world, as it was believed the Soviets did not have the capability to send satellites into space.

 

Satellite

Year

Launching Vehicle

Country

DLR-Tubsat

1999

PSLV-C2

Germany

Kitsat-3

1999

PSLV-C2

South Korea

BIRD

2001

PSLV-C3

Germany

PROBA

2001

PSLV –C3

Belgium

Lapan – TUBsat

2007

PSLV-C7

Indonesia

Pehuensat-1

2007

PSLV-C7

Argentina

AGILE

2007

PSLV-C8

Italy

TecSAR

2008

PSLV-C10

Israel

CAN-X2

2008

PSLV-C9

Canada

CUTE-1.7

2008

PSLV-C9

Japan

Delfi-C3

2008

PSLV-C9

Netherlands

AAUSAT-II

2008

PSLV-C9

Denmark

COMPASS-1

2008

PSLV-C9

Germany

SEEDS-2

2008

PSLV-C9

Japan

NLS-5

2008

PSLV-C9

Canada

Rubin-8

2008

PSLV-C9

Germany

UWE-2

2009

PSLV-C14

Germany

BeeSat-1

2009

PSLV-C14

Germany

ITUpSAT1

2009

PSLV-C14

Turkey

SwissCube-1

2009

PSLV-C14

Switzerland

ALSAT-2A

2010

PSLV-C15

Algeria

VESSELSAT-1

2011

PSLV-C18

Luxembourg

X-SAT

2011

PSLV-C16

Singapore

SPOT-6

2012

PSLV-C21

France

PROITERES

2012

PSLV-C21

Japan

SAPPHIRE

2013

PSLV-C20

Canada

NEOSSAT

2013

PSLV-C20

Canada

STRAND-1

2013

PSLV-C20

United Kingdom

AISAT

2014

PSLV-C23

Germany

DMC3-1

2015

PSLV-C28

United Kingdom

LAPAN-A2

2015

PSLV-C30

Indonesia

Lemur-2-Peter

2015

PSLV-C30

United States

TeLEOS-1

2015

PSLV-C29

Singapore

Galassia

2015

PSLV-C29

Singapore

SkySat Gen2-1

2016

PSLV-C34

United States

12 Dove Satellites

2016

PSLV-C34

United States

Pathfinder-1

2016

PSLV-C35

United States

88 Flock-3p satellites

2017

PSLV-C37

United States

Al-Farabi-1

2017

PSLV-C37

Kazakhstan

PEASS

2017

PSLV-C37

Belgium

Pegasus(QB50 AT03)

2017

PSLV-C38

Austria

SUCHAI-1

2017

PSLV-C38

Chile

VZLUSAT-1

2017

PSLV-C38

Czech Republic

Aalto-1

2017

PSLV-C38

Finland

ROBUSTA-1B

2017

PSLV-C38

France

URSAMAIOR

2017

PSLV-C38

Italy

Max Valier

2017

PSLV-C38

Italy

Venta-1

2017

PSLV-C38

Latvia

LituanicaSAT-2

2017

PSLV-C38

Lithuania

skCUBE

2017

PSLV-C38

Slovakia

3 Diamond Satellites

2017

PSLV-C38

United Kingdom

CICERO-6

2017

PSLV-C38

USA

 

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