India launches ‘Invaluable’ South Asia Satellite
India has effectively launched another South Asia Satellite related to communication, for South Asia from Sriharikota space center. The satellite, financially supported altogether by India, is gone for helping provincial nations help their media transmission or telecommunications and broadcasting services. Sri Lanka, the Maldives, Bangladesh, Nepal and Bhutan will be profited by this satellite. However, Pakistan has quit from the activity. Experts have called this action of Indian PM Mr. Narendra Modi’s “space tact”. In a tweet, Mr Modi complimented the researchers on the launch, saying he was “exceptionally pleased with them”.
It took three years to complete the satellite by The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), which was launched by its trustable Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV).The South Asia Satellite possess 12 Ku band transponders which van be utilized by the neighbors of India to boost their communications services.