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Today GSLV experiment. Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is preparing for another prestigious experiment. The Satish Dhawan Space Center at Sriharikota will shift the GSAT-6A satellite to GSLV-F08 rocket at 4.56 pm on Thursday evening. The Jatat-6 road from the satellite manufacturing center in Bangalore has been shifted to Sriharikota in a special vehicle between the heavy security. The GSAT-6 satellite of the 2,140 kg body belongs to the information sector. ISRO uses the satellite to strengthen the communication system in the country. This experiment will be successful for ten years if successful. The 27-hour countdown to the satellite launch will start at 1.56 pm on Wednesday afternoon, the ISRO's Mission Readyness Review Committee said today. Weighing about 415.6 tons, the 49.1 m tall GSLV racket will be introduced from the second launcher pad at Sharh Center at 4.56 pm on Thursday evening. Scientists claim that the rocket in a 17-minute satellite will be put in a fixed orbit. The GSAT-6A satellite is now similar to GSAT-6 but ISRO officials have made some changes. At the second stage of the rocket, a high-explosive Vikas engine reported that an electromechanical octave system was set up. GSAT-6 is the second of the band's communications satellites. ISRO has launched GSAT-6 in August 2015. GSAT-6 is being used to contribute to the development of new technology. Moreover, GSAT-6 will have more strength for mobile communication systems run by satellites. 


GSAT-6A satellite, which weighs about 2 tonnes, is served from space for ten years. ISRO cost for its preparation. The company has set up a unique antenna in a satellite. It looks like an umbrella to see this antenna, which is six meters wide. It opens once the satellite is once in orbit. It is different for the antennas used in the experiments made by ISRO. This antenna is also useful for mobile communication and military purposes. The band between 2 to 4 gighertz frequencies in the electromagnetic spectrum is called 'S.'. Currently the S-band is used in some of the communications satellites in weather radars, sea communications vessels, and some of the most used 4G networks in the world are through S-band spectrum. Geo-Stationary Launching Vehicle (GSLV) -FW08 rocket launches ISRO GSAT-6. This is the twelfth part of ISRO's experiments using the GSLV series rackets. It is the sixth of the experiments that have been performed after cryogenic technology. The experiment will be held from the second launch pad in Shar. The 17-minute 46.50 seconds of experimentation will reach the GSAT-6A satellite in a fixed orbit at a height of 36,000 km.

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