ISROs Tiniest Space Rocket
On August 7, 2022, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch "AzaadiSAT" aboard their smallest commercial rocket, the "Small Satellite Launch Vehicle (SSLV)". It will be launched from Sriharikota's Satish Dhawan Space Center in order to display the Tricolor in space.
Information about the AzaadiSAT launch:
In order to mark India's 75th anniversary of independence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared on August 15 that this spacecraft would be launched.
A co-passenger satellite called "AzaadiSAT" will be aboard SSLV in honour of India's festival of "Azaadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav."
It was designed specifically for the 75th anniversary of Independence Day.Young females will have options to choose "space research" as their job because it will foster their scientific temperament.
About AzaadiSAT :
AzaadiSAT has 75 payloads in total.750 young female students from 75 Indian rural government schools built these payloads.
It is the outcome of ISRO's efforts to encourage girls to pursue "Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)".The CubeSat weighs 8 kg. The 75 payloads weigh around 50 grammes each.Femto-experiments will be carried out by the mission.
In addition, AzadiSAT has a long-range transponder and a solid-state PIN diode-based radiation counter that will measure the ionising radiation in its orbit. To connect and interact with AzadiSAT in orbit, ISRO will employ a ground system created by Space Kidz India.