List of all Indian satellite from 1975-present

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    Aryabhata

    Launch Date:19.04.1975
    Launch Vehicle:C-1 Intercosmos
    Type of Satellite:Experimental / Small Satellite

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    The First Indigenously built Indian Satellites

    Mission : Scientific/ Experimental
    Weight : 360 kg
    On board power : 46 Watts
    Communication : VHF band
    Stabilization : Spinstabilize
    Payload : X-ray Astronomy Aeronomy & Solar Physics
    Launch date : April 19,1975
    Launch site : Volgograd Launch Station(presently in Russia)
    Launch vehicle : C-1 Intercosmos
    Orbit : 563 x 619 km
    Inclination : 50.7 deg
    Mission life : 6 months(nominal), Spacecraft mainframe active till March,1981
    Orbital Life : Nearly seventeen years (Re-entered on February10,1992)
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    Bhaskara-I

    Launch Date:07.06.1979
    Launch Vehicle: C-1 Intercosmos
    Type of Satellite: Earth Observation Satellite

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    The First Experimental Remote Sensing Satellite built in India.
    The onboard TV camera sent imageries which we reused in the field of Hydrology and Forestry. SAMIR sent rich scientific data which were used for oceanographic studies.

    Mission: Experimental Remote Sensing
    Weight: 442 kg
    onboard power: 47 Watts
    Communication: VHF band
    Stabilization: Spin stabilized (spin axis controlled)
    Payload: TVcameras, three band Microwave Radiometer (SAMIR)
    Launch date: Jun 07,1979
    Launch site: Volgograd Launch Station (presently in Russia)
    Launch vehicle: C-1Intercosmos
    Orbit: 519 x 541 km
    Inclination: 50.6 deg
    Mission life: One year (nominal)
    Orbital Life: About 10 years ( Re-entered in 1989 )
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    Rohini Technology Payload (RTP)

    Launch Date:10.08.1979
    Launch Vehicle:SLV-3
    Type of Satellite:Experimental / Small Satellite

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    Mission: Experimental
    Weight :35 kg
    onboard power: 3 Watts
    Communication: VHF band
    Stabilization: Spin stabilized (spin axis controlled)
    Payload: Launch vehicle monitoring instruments
    Launch date: August 10,1979
    Launch site: SHAR Centre, Sriharikota, India
    Launch vehicle: SLV-3
    Orbit:Not achieved
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    Rohini (RS-1)

    Launch Date:18.07.1980
    Launch Vehicle:SLV-3
    Type of Satellite:Experimental / Small Satellite

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    First satellite successfully launched by the indigenous launch vehicle SLV

    Mission: Experimental
    Weight: 35 kg
    Onboard power: 16 Watts
    Communication: VHF band
    Stabilization: Spin stabilized
    Payload: Launch vehicle monitoring instruments
    Launch date: July 18,1980
    Launch site: SHAR Centre, Sriharikota, India
    Launch vehicle: SLV-3
    Orbit: 305 x 919 km
    Inclination: 44.7 deg.
    Mission life: 1.2 years
    Orbital life: 20 months
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    Rohini (RS-D1)

    Launch Date:31.05.1981
    Launch Vehicle:SLV-3
    Type of Satellite:Earth Observation Satellite

    Mission: Experimental
    Weight: 38 kg
    onboard power: 16 Watts
    Communication: VHF band
    Stabilization: Spin stabilized
    Payload: Landmark Tracker ( remote sensing payload)
    Launch date: May 31,1981
    Launch site: SHAR Centre, Sriharikota, India
    Launch vehicle :SLV-3
    Orbit :186 x 418 km (achieved)
    Inclination: 46 deg
    Orbital life: Nine days
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    Ariane Passenger Payload Experiment (APPLE)

    Launch Date: 19.06.1981
    Launch Vehicle: Ariane-1(V-3)
    Type of Satellite: Geo-Stationary Satellite

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    Mission: Experimental geostationary communication
    Weight :670 kg
    Onboard Power :210 Watts
    Communication: VHF and C-band
    Stabilization: Three axis stabilized (biased momentum) with Momentum Wheels, Torquers & Hydrazine based Reaction control system
    Payload: C - band transponders (Two)
    Launch Date: June19,1981
    Launch Site :Kourou (CSG), French Guyana
    Launch Vehicle: Ariane -1(V-3)
    Orbit: Geosynchronous (102 deg. E longitude, over Indonesia)
    Inclination: Near zero
    Mission life: Two years
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    Insat-1A

    The Insat-1A was launched by a Delta in April 1982 but was abandoned in September 1983 when its attitude control propellant was exhausted.

    Launch Date:10.04.1982
    Launch Vehicle: Delta 3910 PAM-D
    Type of Satellite:Geo-Stationary Satellite

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    general info about all satellite of India.

    I really want to know about all Chinese satellite.......

    i thing forum is to share info...instead of bashing each other for every thing
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    i agree with you sir. ISRO launched alot sattelites. If we keep posting 1 by 1 then it would take alot time. Article would be the best.
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    Good job Earth.. i m expecting more to come... three cheers for u and ISRO.