Satish Dhawan Space Centre Launch Schedule

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Jun 2024


Satish Dhawan Space Centre First Launch Pad

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The second inflight abort test of the Gaganyaan program.

Last Update: Pushed to NET early 2024.

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Upcoming Satish Dhawan Space Centre Launches


Jul 2024

First uncrewed orbital test flight of the Gaganyaan capsule.

Updated: Mar 5, 5:01pm UTC


Sep 2024

🎯 Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit

TDS-01 (Technology Demonstration Satellite-01) is an Indian geostationary orbit technology demonstration satellite carrying payloads for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO)’s Institute of Plasma Research, Gandhinagar and the CSIR-CEERI, Pilani. Payloads to be tested included an internally developed 300 mN electric powered thrusters, atomic clocks, travelling wave tube amplifiers (TWTA) & a quantum communication suite (QuTDS).

Updated: Mar 15, 8:00am UTC


Sep 2024

Proba-3 (Project for On-Board Autonomy 3) is the first close formation flying mission for the European Space Agency (ESA). It consists of two independent, three-axis stabilised spacecraft flying 150 meters from one another with the ability to accurately control the attitude and separation of the two craft. Such formation flying will be maintained for 6 hours, creating β€³artificial solar eclipseβ€³ for the satellite below. The spacecraft pair will fly a highly elliptical orbit divided between periods of accurate formation flying around apogee, when payload operations will be possible, and periods of free flight.

Updated: Mar 15, 1:00pm UTC

The NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar, or NISAR satellite, will use advanced radar imaging to map the elevation of Earth's land and ice masses 4 to 6 times a month at resolutions of 5 to 10 meters. It is designed to observe and measure some of the planet's most complex natural processes, including ecosystem disturbances, ice-sheet collapse, and natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes and landslides. Under the terms of the agreement, NASA will provide the mission's L band synthetic aperture radar (SAR), a high-rate telecommunication subsystem for scientific data, GPS receivers, a solid-state recorder, and a payload data subsystem. ISRO will provide the satellite bus, an S band synthetic aperture radar, the launch vehicle, and associated launch services.

Updated: Apr 10, 1:00pm UTC

🎯 Geostationary Transfer Orbit

GISAT 2 (GEO Imaging Satellite) is an Indian earth observing satellite operating from geostationary orbit to facilitate continuous observation of Indian sub-continent, quick monitoring of natural hazards and disaster.

Last Update: Targeting March 2024

🎯 Geostationary Transfer Orbit

Communications Satellite for the Indian Air Force.

Updated: May 21, 5:01pm UTC

Second uncrewed orbital test flight of the Gaganyaan capsule.

Updated: Mar 5, 5:01pm UTC

RISAT-2A is the third in the series of radar imaging RISAT satellites. The satellite carries a sophisticated synthetic aperture radar that operates at 5.35 GHz in C band.

Updated: Jan 3, 8:05pm UTC

First crewed flight of the Gaganyaan capsule.

Updated: Mar 5, 5:01pm UTC