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ISRO successfully launched PSLV C48 rocket.


ISRO successfully launched the 50th mission of PSLV C48, it was launched from the first launch pad from Sriharikota of Satish Dhawan Space Center.  The PSLV C48 successfully carried 10 satellites with it, flying 10 satellites successfully into orbit the earth.

the PSLV-C48 is the second flight of the PSLV in 'QL' configuration (with 4 strap-on motors), and was the 75th launch from Sriharikota and the 37th launch from the first launch pad.

The PSLV-C48 rockets carried with them 1 Israel, 1 Italy, 1 Japan and 6 USA as sub-passengers, these international customer satellites have been launched under a commercial arrangement with NewSpace India Limited (NSIL).

RISAT-2BR1, placed by PSLV in an orbit of 576 km at an inclination of 37 degrees from Earth, is a radar imaging observation satellite weighing about 628 kg.

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