Chennai: Indian Space Agency (ISRO) An official of the US said on Tuesday that India will launch its surveillance satellite Reset-2BR1 with synthetic aperture radar on 11 December.
"The next space mission is a radar imaging satellite Reset-2BR1. The rocket will be launched on December 11," an ISRO official said.
615 km in Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) G Weighing Reset-2 BR1 will have four foreign satellites, which will be carried along with the fee.
According to the official, another radar imaging satellite 2 BR 2 with synthetic aperture radar will be launched soon after the December 11 mission.
A group of such fast-paced satellites is necessary for continuous Earth observation.
In May this year, ISRO launched 615 km. G Weighing Reset-2B was launched.
The next radar imaging satellite Reset-2 BR2 is also expected to be launched soon, which will also include two smaller foreign satellites.