GSLV-F10/ISRO EOS-03 Mission not completed due to technical hindrance
GSLV-F10/ISRO EOS-03 Mission not completed due to technical hindrance

The Space Agency said after its launch this morning that the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) could not complete its Earth Observation Satellite EOS-03 completely due to an anomaly. GSLV-F10/EOS-03 took off from Satish Dhawan Space Centre, Sriharikota at 5.43 am today after a 26-hour countdown. But shortly thereafter it was announced by the Director of Range Operations at the Mission Control Centre? "The mission could not be completed completely due to performance anomaly."



ISRO said the cryogenic phase saw a performance anomaly. The mission could not be completed completely. EOS-03 is a state-of-the-art agile Earth Observation Satellite placed by GSLV-F10 in geosynchronous transfer orbit, to assist in quick monitoring of natural disasters with cyclones, cloud bursts, and thunder. On its appearance, ISRO had said that for the first time in this GSLV flight, a payload fairing of 4 m diameter ogive is being flown. This is the 14th flight of GSLV.

The launch was originally planned in April or May but was postponed due to the second wave of the corona epidemic. The new satellite is to provide vital information for application in various areas including agriculture, forestry, water bodies as well as disaster warnings. This was the second flight for GSLV or Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) MK II, which last detonated with the Chandrayaan-2 Moon Mission spacecraft.

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